Scrapalicious Cushion Part Two

PART TWO:
1 Square with a Heart, 1 Rectangle with Trimming and 1 Small Flower

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SKILL LEVEL:
Easy – Intermediate

Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing.

SIZE:
Square with Heart – approx 13 cm x 13 cm
Rectangle – approx 33 cm x 10 cm

Flower – approx 6 cm x 6 cmMATERIALS:
Yarns:
Small amounts of double knitting/light worsted yarn in various colors or
various colors in any yarn available

IMPORTANT NOTE – USE THE SAME TYPE OF YARN THROUGH OUT THE PROJECT!
Don’t stress – the size will just differ if different types are used 🙂

Hooks & Notions:
Size 3.50 Hook / or 4.00 Hook ( I used a 3.50 Hook)
Yarn Needle

GAUGE:
Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect as long as all the blocks are approx. the same size

I use US Crochet stitch terminology
Square With A Heart:
CH 22
Row 1: Work 1 SC into 2nd CH from hook, work 1 SC into each CH until end ( 21 SC), turn
Row 2 – 25: CH1, work 1 SC into each ST until end ( 21 SC), turn.
FO after last row and weave in ends.
This part you have a choice: you can either Cross Stitch a Heart like I did, or Crochet a Heart and sew it onto the square.
Cross Stitch Heart:
This is heart chart: you work from the bottom to the top –
the first cross stitch is made on the 7th row over the 11th stitch
Here are some great tutorials on How To Cross Stitch
on a crochet background:
2. CROSS STITCH ON CROCHET VIDEO DEMONSTRATION (I recommend watching this!)
Finishing:
SL ST all around Heart
Crochet Heart Appliques:
Here are links to Crochet Heart Appliques, pick which ever one you like!
1. Crochet Heart Applique Pattern (I recommend this one!)
When you have made your heart, sew it onto the middle of your square 🙂
Rectangle with Trimming:
CH 53
Row 1: Work 1 SC into 2nd CH from hook, work 1 SC into each CH until end (52 SC), turn
Row 2: CH1, work 1 SC into first SC, work 1 DC into next 2 STS, work 1 SC into next ST. *Work 1 SC into next ST, work 1 DC into next 2 STS, work 1 SC into next ST. Repeat from * until end, turn
change color
Row 3: CH3 (counts as 1 DC), work 1 SC into next 2 STS, work 1 DC into next ST. *Work 1 DC into next ST, work 1 SC into next 2 STS, work 1 DC into next ST. Repeat from * until end, turn
change color
Note: row 2 and 3 form the basic pattern – work 1 SC into DC from previous row and work 1 DC into SC from previous row 
Row 4, 6, 8, 10: repeat row 2 – ending with 1 SC into 3rd CH of 3 CH
change color after each row
Row 5, 7, 9, 11: repeat row 3 – ending with 1 DC into last SC
change color after each row
DO NOT CHANGE COLOR AFTER ROW 11
continue:
Row 12: CH1, work 1 SC into each ST until end (52 SC). turn
change color

Row 13: SL ST into first ST, CH 4, skip next 2 STS, SL ST into next ST. *SL ST into next ST, CH 4, skip next 2 STS, SL ST into next ST. Repeat from * until end (13 4 CH spaces made)
DO NOT CHANGE COLOR
Row 14: SL ST into 1st 4 CH space. **Work 1 SC, 1 HDC, 1 DC, 1 HDC, 1 SC into 4 CH space**.
Repeat ** to ** into each 4 CH space.
DO NOT CHANGE COLOR
Row 15: CH1, work 1 SC into next 2 STS, SL ST into top of DC, CH3, SL ST into same ST, work 1 SC into next 2 STS. *Work 1 SC into next 2 STS, SL ST into top of DC, CH3, SL ST into same ST, work 1 SC into next 2 STS. Repeat from * 4 more times.
Work 1 SC into next ST, CH10, skip 3 STS (HDC, DC, HDC from previous row), work 1 SC into next ST. Repeat from * until end. FO and weave in ends.
Flower :
Make a magic ring
Rnd 1: CH3 (counts as 1 DC, work 11 DC into ring, SL ST into top of 3rd CH
change color
Rnd 2: CH4, work 2 TR into same space, CH4, SL ST into same space (1 petal made), skip next ST,
* SL ST into next ST, CH4, work 2 TR into same space, CH4, SL ST into same space (1 petal made). Repeat from * until 6 petals made. FO and weave in ends.

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2 Comments

  1. Author

    I would love to take credit for this jacket but it is not my pattern. I only featured the jacket because I love it and want to make one for my own little girl. The best advice I can give you is to work with a larger hook then that what is given. If the first few rows go around her bottom and can close over her stomach then the jacket will be big enough 🙂 With the sleeves a few extra rounds can be worked to give it length.
    It’s easy to adjust the size: add or lose one flower and the pattern will work out itself.

    Hope that helps 🙂

    My little girl is turning 4 and she is big enough for 5-6 clothes sizes 🙂 So I always have to make some adjustments 🙂

    Have an awesome day!

  2. Hi could I please get a pattern for the jacket in a size 5 thank you

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