CUTE FLOWER COSTUME APRON SET

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Cute Flower Costume Apron Set – Free Crochet Pattern

This Cute Flower Costume Apron Set is perfect for the aspiring little baker or chef! Great for playing dress up!

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Easy
Basic stitches, no shaping and finishing.

Materials:

  • Double knitting light worsted yarn or cotton yarn in coral pink, green, yellow and light blue (approx 25 gr for each color)
  • Double knitting medium worsted yarn in pink or cotton yarn (approx 100 gr)
  • Crochet hooks 3,5 mm, 4,00 mm and 4,50 mm
  • Yarn Needle

Abbreviations:

I use US Crochet stitch terminology

sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch

Gauge: Tension is not necessary for this project to be perfect!
But for those you want to know what mine was – 8 rows x 16 Stitches = 5 cm x 10 cm using the pattern for this project

Finished Size:

Apron – approx 31 cm x 31 cm
Pot Holders – approx 18 cm x 18 cm
Apron Strap – 100 cm in length x 6 cm in height

Notes: This project uses the Alternate Stitch – which is a simple variation on the single crochet which makes a very pretty pattern that is very quick to work up. To use this pattern for other projects or to make bigger pot holders or apron simply work a foundation chain that is a multiple of two chains, plus one extra.

NOTE: This pattern was originally released as a contributor post of The Stitchin Mommy in June 2015

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INSTRUCTIONS:

The Pattern:

This is the main instruction on how to work the pattern

Work the foundation chain give for the project as continue as follows:

Foundation Row: Work 2 SC into 3rd CH from hook, * SKIP 1CH, work 2 SC into next CH, repeat from * until end, turn

Row 1:  CH2, SKIP the base ST and the next, *work 2 SC into next ST, SKIP 1 ST. Repeat from until end, working 2 SC into top of turning CH (2nd of 2CH)

Repeat last row throughout to form pattern

 

Apron:

With pink medium worsted yarn and 4,50mm hook

CH 49

Work 46 rows of the pattern, fasten off and weave in ends

Apron Border:

With coral pink light worsted yarn and 4,00mm hook

Work 1 SC into each ST and row all around, working 2 SC into each corner, fasten off and weave in ends

Apron Strap:

With coral pink light worsted yarn and 4,00mm hook

CH 161

Work 10 rows of the pattern, alternating colors every two rows, fasten off and weave in ends

2 rows – coral pink

2 rows – green

2 rows – coral pink

2 rows – green

2 rows – coral pink

Center strap onto apron and whip stitch strap and apron together.

Pot Holders:

With pink medium worsted yarn and 4,50mm hook

CH 27

Work 27 rows of the pattern, fasten off and weave in ends

Pot Holder Border: Make one with a coral pink border and one with a green border

With coral pink/green light worsted yarn and 4,00mm hook

Work 1 SC into each ST and row all around, working 2 SC into each corner, work 1 SC,  CH 10 and 1 SC into last corner, fasten off and weave in ends

Flower Appliqués:

With yellow and light blue  light worsted yarn and 3,50mm hook

I used the very pretty flower made by Dedri  from Look At What I Made 

Link to flower – http://www.lookatwhatimade.net/crafts/yarn/crochet/free-crochet-patterns/crochet-flower-ball-pattern-amish-puzzle-ball/

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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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