I came up with this pattern to put on my small crocheted stockings, however you could also use them for Christmas tree ornaments, garland, or put them on a gift, or as a last minute gift themselves. They are pretty easy and quick once you have made a few.
I have to say, this is the first time I have ever written out a pattern and posted it. I feel a little sick to my stomach about it. If you try it and it doesn’t work please let me know. I will try to fix it or answer any questions you have. This is for you Terry. And of course anyone else who feels like trying it.
You will need:
- size 3 crochet thread (I used a glitter white color, Red Heart)
- #5 (1.90 mm) metal crochet hook
Chain 2, sc 8 into 2nd chain from hook. Join with slst into first sc.
work 2 dc into each stitch (16 dc) join with slst.
Chain 7 *skip next dc, work 2 dc into next stitch chain 4** repeat from *to **. Work one double crochet in stitch next to the 7 chains join with a slst into 3rd chain. (this makes 8, dc 4chain loops.)
*sc 3 into chain 4 space, chain 3, sc 3 into same 4 chain space** repeat from *to**. Join with slst into first sc. Leave the tails long to make a loop to hang on tree or to tie onto stocking.
You may want to iron and starch them if you are going to put them on a tree.
I hope you get a chance to try them.
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