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How To Crochet A Simple Center Piece

Learn how to crochet a simple center piece for the holidays. Only one skein of yarn is used for this free crochet pattern. To accompany this pattern there are two fabulous videos.


  • Bernat Softee Chunky 1 Skein
  • Size J Hook, or 6.0 mm



Create Slip Knot and Chain 4. Slip hook through the starting chain, then slip stitch to form a ring.
Chain 3, then Double Crochet 11 Times around the ring. Slip stitch the final to the top of the chain 3.
Chain 3, then Put 1 Double Crochet where you began the chain up, then place 2 Double Crochet into each stitch around the circle. Slip Stitch at the end. This will double your size.
Chain 3, then Put 1 Double Crochet into the next stitch, then *put 2 Double Crochet into the next stitch, then place 1 Double Crochet into the next stitch and repeat from * all the way around, slip stitch at the end. In the tutorial Mikey says this is the 1 - 2 Ratio.
Chain 3, then Put 1 Double crochet into the next 2 stitches, then put 2 Double Crochet into the next stitch, then place 1 Double Crochet into the next 2 stitches, repeat from * all the way around. Slip stitch at the end. In tutorials this is the 2 - 2 Ratio.
Chain 3, Mikey demonstrates going behind the stitches on the 3rd string. It creates an obvious pattern line. See video if confused by this. *Put 1 Double Crochet into the next 3 strings behind the stitches, then put 2 Double Crochet into the next string repeat from *. Slip stitch at the end, Mikey refers to this as the 3 - 2 Ratio.
Chain 3, Create a ruffle. Place 3 Double Crochet into each stitch on the circle. Place the stitches as normal. Slip stitch at the end.
Chain 1, then *chain 3, place 1 Single Crochet into the very next stitch and repeat from *. This makes the edges look random and no so uniform. Slip stitch at the end.
Cast off using a weaving technique.

Michael Sellick




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I notice that you go over the yarn the first time and under for the rest of the stitch. Why do you do it this way?

@kanabud1 9759955, We just tested the videos on our end, and they seem to be working fine. They do include small pop up ads from Google across the bottom of the videos; it's very easy to close these. To get rid of them, simply click on the small 'x' in the upper right hand corner of each ad. Like most web sites, we are advertising supported just like radio and TV. We do not charge to subscribe to our newsletters or create accounts for the web site. Ads on our site are typically sold using contextual technology by large firms such as Google, Vibrant and RGM/Meredith (publisher of Better Homes & Gardens). We do not have direct contact with these advertisers. Thank you for contacting us. --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

The videos listed for this pattern are not for this pattern. They are advertisements for products. Where are the videos for the pattern?


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