Scraps Of Yarn Decor Mystery CAL Part Seven

SCRAPS OF YARN CUSHION MYSTERY CAL|AUGUST 2016 PART SEVEN|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP

SCRAPS OF YARN CUSHION MYSTERY CAL|AUGUST 2016 PART SEVEN|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP

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INSTRUCTIONS:

PART SEVEN

NOTE: count your sts on your second cushion square – mine worked out 57 for each side, so I need to work up my first cushion square border to equal that amount.

The First Cushion Square:
Starting in any corner – SC a border all around the cushion;
Note: Be sure to SC equal stitches on all four sides –
Mine worked out 53 per side – including a [1 SC, 2 CH, 1 SC into each corner] –
please add or subtract if you added STS/ROWS to your panels

ROW 1: SC into corner. work 1 SC into next 51 STS, work 1 SC into corner
*CH 2, work 1 SC into same ST, work 1 SC into next 51 STS, work 1 SC into corner.
Repeat two more times; (53 SC) on each side
ROW 2: CH 1, work 1 SC into each SC all around; work [1 SC, 2 CH, 1 SC] into each 2 Ch corner space. (55 SC) on each side
ROW 3: optional – change color:
CH 1, work 1 SC into each SC all around; work [1 SC, 2 CH, 1 SC] into each 2 Ch corner space. (57 SC) on each side
Fasten off and weave in ends.

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The Second Cushion Square:
Starting in any corner – CH 3 (counts as first DC), workup 56 DC on the starting side;
*CH 2 for corner; work 57 DC on next side.
Repeat from * two more times.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

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ASSEMBLING THE CUSHION:
I used the SLIP Stitch method to crochet my two squares together.

I inserted my inner cushion and SLIP stitched my fourth side. – this is optional

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  • Option – you can before closing the fourth side  – line your cushion with fabric
  • Option – you can insert a zipper; press buttons or buttons to close your fourth side

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REVERSIBLE SCATTER CUSHION

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