BOHO CHIC DREAM CATCHER

Boho Chic Dream Catcher – Free Crochet Pattern

This Boho Chic Dream Catcher is part of the 2019 Bohemian Chic Blog Hop.
Crocheted in several bold colors makes this a striking decor item for any free spirited setting.

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Skill Level:

Easy – Intermediate. Variety of stitches, simple shaping and finishing.

Size:

Approx 25 cm in diameter.

Materials:

Yarns:

5 x 10 g Eco Fusion Bonbons
A  – sunglow (yellow)
B – orchid (light purple)
C – willow (green)
D – aqua (blue)
E – paris (dark purple)

Would you like to know where you can purchase this yarn?
Check it out here: https://nurturingfibres.com/contact/wholesale-enquiries/international-distributors/

PLEASE NOTE: if you use another yarn or hook the size will differ. You are more than welcome to use any yarn and hook!!

Hooks & Notions:
Size 3.50 mm
Yarn Needle
Assortment of colored ribbons

Optional – embroidery ring – I used a 25 cm one

Gauge:

Not necessary for this project to be perfect

Abbreviations:

CH – chain
SL ST – slip stitch
SC – single crochet
HDC – half double crochet
DC – double crochet
SL ST – slip stitch
FPSC – front post single crochet
FPDC – front post double crochet

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Special Stitches:

Starting Cluster: CH 3; work 2DCtog into same space/chain

Cluster: work 3DCtog into same space/chain

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INSTRUCTIONS:

With A

Make a magic ring/or CH 6; SL ST to form a ring.

RND 1: Work Starting Cluster; CH 1; *work Cluster; CH 1.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into top of Starting Cluster.
(8 x Clusters; 8 x 1 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With B; join into any 1 CH space with a SC

RND 2: *CH 2; work 1 SC into next 1 CH space.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; CH 2; SL ST into first SC worked.
(8 x SC; 8 x 2 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With C; join into any 2 CH space

RND 3: Work [Starting Cluster; CH 1; Cluster] into 2 CH space; CH 2;
*work [Cluster; CH 1; Cluster] into next 2 CH space; CH 2.**
Repeat from * to ** 7 more times; SL ST into top of Starting Cluster.
(16 Clusters; 8 x 2 CH spaces; 8 x 1 CH spaces – between Clusters)
Fasten off and weave in ends. 

With D; join into any 1 CH space with a SC

RND 4: *CH 2; work FPDC around RND 2 SC; CH 2; work 1 SC into next 1 CH space.**
Repeat from * to ** 7 more times; CH 2; FPDC around RND 2 SC; CH 2; SL ST into first SC.
(8 FPDC; 8 SC; 16 x 2 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With E; join into any 2 CH space BEFORE a FPDC

RND 5: Work Starting Cluster; *CH 1; work FPDC around next FPDC; CH 1; work Cluster into next 2 CH space;
CH 2; work Cluster into next 2 CH space.**
Repeat from * to ** 7 more times; CH 1; work FPDC around next FPDC; CH 1; work Cluster into next 2 CH space;
CH 2; SL ST into top of Starting Cluster.
(16 x Clusters; 8 FPDC; 8 x 2 CH spaces; 16 x 1 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With A; join into any 2 CH space

RND 6: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 4 DC into same 2 CH space; CH 1; work FPSC around next FPDC; CH 1.
*Work 5 DC into next 2 CH space; CH 1; work FPSC around next FPDC; CH 1.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(8 x petals; 8 FPSC)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

PLEASE NOTE: for the next rounds – if you have a ‘tight’ tension and you circle is bucketing – increase your CH space by 1 CH – for exp: 2 CH ->> 3 CH; 3 CH ->> 4 CH

With B; join into any 1 CH space BEFORE a FPSC

RND 7: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into same space; CH 2; work 2 DC into next 1 CH space;
CH 2; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of next ‘petal’; CH 2.
*Work 2 DC into next 1 CH space; CH 2; work 2 DC into next 1 CH space;
CH 2; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of next ‘petal’; CH 2.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(8 SC; 32 DC; 24 x 2 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With C; join into any SC

RND 8: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 4 DC into same SC; CH 3; work FPDC around RND 6 FPSC; CH 3.
*Work 5 DC into next SC; CH 3; work FPDC around RND 6 FPSC; CH 3.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(8 petals; 8 FPDC; 16 x 3 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With D; join into 3 CH space BEFORE a FPDC

RND 9: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 2 DC into same space; CH 2; work 3 DC into next 3 CH space; CH 2
work SC into 3rd DC of petal; CH 2.
*Work 3 DC into next 3 CH space; CH 2; work 3 DC into next 3 CH space; CH 2
work SC into 3rd DC of petal; CH 2.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(8 SC; 16 x 3 DC groups; 24 x 2 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With E; join into any SC

RND 10: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 4 DC into same SC; CH 3; work FPDC around RND 8 FPDC; CH 3.
*Work 5 DC into next SC; CH 3; work FPDC around RND 8 FPDC; CH 3.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 3rd of 3 CH.
(8 petals; 8 FPDC; 16 x 3 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With A; join into any FPDC

RND 11: CH 4 (counts as 1 TR); work [2 TR; 2 CH; 3 TR] into same FPDC; CH 3; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of petal;
CH 3. *Work [3 TR; 2 CH; 3 TR] into next FPDC; CH 3; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of petal; CH 3.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 4th of 4 CH.
(8 x petals; 8 SC; 16 x 3 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With B; join into any SC

RND 12: CH 4 (counts as 1 TR); work [2 TR; 2 CH; 3 TR] into same SC; CH 4; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of petal;
CH 4. *Work [3 TR; 2 CH; 3 TR] into next SC; CH 4; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of petal; CH 4.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 4th of 4 CH.
(8 x petals; 8 SC; 16 x 4 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With C; join into any SC

RND 13: CH 4 (counts as 1 TR); work [2 TR; 2 CH; 3 TR] into same SC; CH 5; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of petal;
CH 5. *Work [3 TR; 2 CH; 3 TR] into next SC; CH 4; work 1 SC into 3rd DC of petal; CH 5.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into 4th of 4 CH.
(8 x petals; 8 SC; 16 x 5 CH spaces)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With D; join into the 2 CH space in-between TREBLES

RND 14: Work [Starting Cluster; CH 2; Cluster; CH 2; Cluster] into 2 CH space; CH 3; work SC into next 4 CH space; CH 3; work Cluster into next SC; CH 3; work SC into 4 CH space; CH 3.
*Work [Cluster; CH 2; Cluster; CH 2; Cluster] into 2 CH space; CH 3; work SC into next 4 CH space; CH 3; work Cluster into next SC; CH 3; work SC into 4 CH space; CH 3.**
Repeat from * to ** 6 more times; SL ST into top of starting Cluster.
(8 x 3 Cluster Groups; 8 x single Cluster; 16 x SC)
Fasten off and weave in ends.

With E; join into any 2 or 3 CH space with a SC

RND 15: *CH 3; work 1 SC into next CH space.** Repeat from * to ** all around; SL ST into first SC worked.

RND 16: *Work Picot into next 3 CH space.** Repeat from * to ** all around. SL ST into first Picot.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

You can leave this as a doily; centerpiece or anything you like!
To make the dream catcher – I sewed on thru the picots onto the embroidery ring and
then along the bottom edge attached an assortment of ribbons I had 😉

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