FLOWER FANDANGO FLAVOR PART EIGHT

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Flower Fandango Flavor Part Eight – Free Crochet Pattern

The Flower Fandango Flavor Part Eight is the second section of a versatile free crochet pattern crochet along. Designed to be used for multiple projects!

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Notes:

Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect

I use US Crochet stitch terminology

Abbreviations:

CH – chain
SL ST – slip stitch
SC – single crochet (UK – DC)
HDC – half double crochet (UK – HTR)
DC – double crochet (UK – TR)
TR – treble crochet (UK – DTR)

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INSTRUCTIONS:

PART EIGHT:

NOTE: you will be working down the one side of the mesh section.
When I am referring to the POST – this is the ST worked at the start of a MESH row – it will be considered as a ‘3 CH space or 2 CH space’.

WITH RIGHT SIDE FACING: Join yarn into the VERY LAST ROW of the mesh section; into the 3rd CH of 4 CH worked.

ROW 1: CH 6 (this counts as your FIRST DC and 3 CH space); SKIP next POST;
*work 1 DC into the TOP of the NEXT POST; CH 3; SKIP the remaining part of POST.
Repeat from * 16 more times (17 DC; 17 x 3 CH spaces); TURN
*CH 1; SKIP next DC; work 1 DC into NEXT DC.

ROW 2: SL ST TWICE INTO 3 CH SPACE; THEN INTO THE FIRST DC AFTER THE CH SPACE;
CH 6 (this counts as your FIRST DC and 3 CH space); SKIP next 3 CH space; work 1 DC into NEXT DC;
*CH 3; SKIP next 3 CH space; work 1 DC into NEXT DC.
Repeat from * until the end; working LAST DC into 3rd of 3 CH (16 DC; 16 x 3 CH spaces); TURN

ROW 3: REPEAT ROW 1 (15 DC; 15 x 3 CH spaces);

ROW 4: REPEAT ROW 2 (14 DC; 14 x 3 CH spaces);

ROW 5: REPEAT ROW 1 (13 DC; 13 x 3 CH spaces);

ROW 6: REPEAT ROW 2 (12 DC; 12 x 3 CH spaces);

CONTINUE IN THIS WAY UNTIL YOU HAVE 16 ROWS (2 DC; 2 x 3 CH spaces);

ROW 17: SL ST INTO  3 CH SPACE; CH 6 (counts as 1 DC and 3 CH space);
work 1 DC into NEXT DC (or the 3rd CH of a 6 CH)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

WITH WRONG SIDE FACING: REPEAT INSTRUCTIONS FOR OTHER SIDE!

NOTE: you will be working first along the TOP; then down the LEFT SIDE to the POINT OF THE SQUARE; then up the RIGHT SIDE.
When I am referring to the POST – this is the ST worked at the start of a MESH row – it will be considered as a ‘3 CH space or 2 CH space’.

WITH RIGHT SIDE FACING TOWARDS YOU: join new yarn with a SC (this is YOUR FIRST ST OF RND 1) into the top of the FIRST POST; this will be the VERY FIRST ST on the TOP RIGHT HAND SIDE (see photo below);

RND 1: CH 2; SKIP next POST;
*work 1 SC into TOP of the NEXT POST; CH 2; SKIP the remaining part of POST.
Repeat from * UNTIL YOU REACH PART 7’S MESH SECTION;
continue with instructions BUT WORK 3 CH AND NOT 2 CH until you reach PART 8’S MESH SECTION.
Repeat instructions from * until you reach the LAST ST.
Work 1 SC into the TOP OF THE LAST POST;

TURN YOUR WORK CLOCKWISE:
CH 3 (this counts as 1 DC);
you will NOTE your SC is laying ‘sideways’;
work 1 DC into the ‘back side loop’ – in other words you will make your DC into the ‘back’ of your SC.

CH 6;; SKIP next POST; work 1 SC into TOP of NEXT POST;
*CH 6; SKIP remaining POST; work 1 SC into TOP of NEXT POST.
Repeat from * 15 more times; (17 x 6 CH spaces);
CH 6; work 1 SC into the 2 CH corner space of the square:
*CH 6; SKIP 3 DC.
Repeat from * 16 times;
CH 6; work [1 SC; 3 CH; 1 SC] into the 2 CH POINT CORNER SPACE;
*CH 6; SKIP 3 DC.
Repeat from * 16 times;
CH 6; work 1 SC into the 2 CH corner space of the square:
CH 6;; SKIP next POST; work 1 SC into TOP of NEXT POST;
*CH 6; SKIP remaining POST; work 1 SC into TOP of NEXT POST.
Repeat from * 15 more times; (17 x 6 CH spaces);
work 2 DC into the ‘back side loop’ of the FIRST SC WORKED at the start of this round.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

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I have been a crochet designer for more than 10 years. I love to think outside the box and to try and do things a bit differently. I love to learn new techniques and to challenge myself. I firmly believe that crochet should fun and evoke joy and pleasure. Creating and designing is one of my life's passions.

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