Abigail – Mish Mash August 2018 Crocheted Square

”Abigail


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Skill Level: Easy
Guage: After round 4 piece is 4.25” wide.
Materials:

  • 1-2 ounces of worsted weight yarn in 3 colors – C1, C2, & C3
  • Hook size 5mm (H) crochet hook
  • Tapestry Needle

Stitches Used:

  • sl st -slip stitch
  • ch – chain(s)
  • sc – single crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • fpdc – front post double crochet
  • fptr – front post triple crochet

ABOUT THE CORNERS: Each corner is made up of 3 or 5 stitches, You will work 1 or 2 stitches in a stitch then a front post stitch around that same stitch, then 1 or 2 more stitches in the same st. Pictures will be at the end of the pattern.

ABOUT STANDING STITCHES
I will be using a few standing stitches in this pattern. Crystals and Crochet have a great tutorial about standing stitches you can find at http://www.crystalsandcrochet.com/crochet/starting-and-standing-stitches/


Round 1: With C1 ch6 join with a sl st to 1st chain – makes a loop. Ch3 counts as a dc now & throughout pattern unless otherwise stated, 15dc in loop. Join with a sl st to top of beg ch3. 16dc

Round 2: ch3, fpdc around same st as joining * dc in next st, fpdc around same st you just worked in * 15 times. Join with a sl st to to of beg ch3. 16dc, 16fpdc

Round 3: ch3, dc in same st as joining, fpdc around next st – should be fpdc from prev rnd, * 2dc in next st, fpdc around next st – should be fpdc from prev rnd * 15 times. Join with a sl st to top of beg ch3. Finish Off. 32dc, 16fpdc

Round 4: With C2 join with a standing dc in any fpdc from prev rnd, dc in same st, fptr around same st, 2dc in same st as prev 2dc – this makes the corner, * (dc in next 2 sts, hdc in next 2 sts, sc in next 3 sts, hdc in next 2 sts, dc in next 2 sts), 2dc in next st, fptr around same st, 2dc in same st as prefv 2 dc – this makes the corner * 3 times then ( ) once more. Join with a sl st to standing dc. Finish off. 12sc, 16hdc, 32dc, 4fptr

Round 5: With C3 join with a standing dc in any fptr from prev rnd, fptr around same st, dc in same st as prev dc – this makes the corner, * ([dc in next st, ch1, sk next st] 7 times, dc in next st), dc in next st, fptr around same st, dc in same st as prev dc – this makes the corner * 3 times then ( ) once more. Join with a sl st to standing dc. Finish Off. 40dc, 4fptr, 28 ch1 sps

Round 6: with C2 Join with a standing hdc in any fptr from prev rnd, hdc in same st, fpdc around same st, 2 hdc in same st as prev 2 hdc – this makes the corner, * (hdc in next 17 sts – chs & dcs), 2hdc in next st, fpdc around same st, 2hdc in same st as prev 2 hdc – this makes the corner * 3 times then ( ) once more. Join with a sl st to standing hdc. Finsih Off. 84hdc, 4fpdc

Round 7: With C1 join with a standing dc in any fpdc, dc in same st, fptr around same st, 2dc in same st as prev 2dc – this makes the corner, * (dc in next 21 sts), 2dc in next st, fptr around same st, 2dc in same st as prev 2 dcs – this makes the corner * 3 times then ( ) once more. Join with a sl st to standing dc. 100dc, 4fptr

Round 8: ch3, fpdc around next st, 2dc in next st, fptr around same st, 2dc in same st as prev 2dc – this makes the corner, * ( [fpdc around next st, dc in next st] )12 times, fpdc in next st, 2dc in next st, fptr around same st, 2dc in same st as prev 2dc – this makes the corner* 3 times, then ( ) 10 times, fpdc in next st. Join with a sl st to top of beg ch3. 53fpdc, 64dc, 4 fptr

Round 9: ch1 – doesn’t count as a st, sc in same st as joining, sc in next 3 sts, * 3sc in next st, sc next 29 sts* 4 times – omitting last 4 sts. Join with a sl st to 1st sc. Finish Off. Weave in ends. 128Sc


Pictures Of The Corners

2 stitches in same stitch.
2 stitches in same stitch.

Front post stitch around same stitch.

Front post stitch around same stitch.

2 stitches in same stitch as previous 2 stitches.

2 stitches in same stitch as previous 2 stitches.

Corner complete.  It doesn't matter if the corner is a total of 3 or 5 stitches – this is how it is done.

Corner complete.
It doesn’t matter if the corner is a total of 3 or 5 stitches – this is how it is done.


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