SCRAPSRIFIC RAINBOW BAG PART ONE

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Scrapsrific Rainbow Bag Part One – Free Crochet Along

This Scrapsrific Rainbow Bag Part One is the first section of a variety of stitches.
The perfect project to do to use up all your bits and pieces from your leftover yarn.

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PART ONE:

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • READ the instructions through first;
  • special stitches are noted and linked to tutorials (if necessary) for each part;
  • please check your stitch count!
  • This project is worked in the round and size WILL depend on YOUR hook, YOUR yarn and YOUR tension.
  • I use US Crochet stitch terminology.

Size: approx 29 cm (11 inches) in width – this will differ depending on hook and yarn used.

My Hook:
3.25 mm (D)

Abbreviations: 
CH – chain
SL ST – slip stitch
SC – single crochet
HDC – half double crochet
DC – double crochet
TR – treble crochet
BLP – back loop

INSTRUCTIONS:

Notes: On color changing – I used 10 g mini balls of yarn – so I continued on with a new color wherever the old one ended. So my color changes are irregular. This is COMPLETELY OPTIONAL.
You can change color at the start of each round/or at the start of a new stitch variation.
This is completely up to you!

For this first section I used approx 50 g of yarn – 5 x 10 g;
I did NOT fasten off after the last round because I continued with my yarn for the first round of section 2!

You will work in the round – you CAN if you want especially if you are a beginner – use a Stitch Marker to mark your FIRST stitch of each round.
You will CH 2 at the START of each round – this DOES NOT COUNT as a stitch – you will mark the Stitch AFTER the 2 CH.
Using a Stitch Marker for the first 6 rounds will make it easier!

With yarn, CH 41

RND 1: Work 2 HDC into 2nd CH from hook; work 1 HDC into next 38 CH; work 3 HDC into LAST CH;
you will now continue to work into the bottom of your chains; opposite the first 38 HDC you worked;
work 1 HDC into next 38 CH; work 1 HDC into SAME CH of FIRST 2 HDC.
SL ST into FIRST HDC worked. (82 HDC)

RND 2: CH 2; work 1 HDC into SAME ST; work 2 HDC into next HDC;
work 1 HDC into next 38 HDC; work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next HDC;
work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 38 HDC; work 2 HDC into next HDC;
SL ST into FIRST HDC worked. (86 HDC)

RND 3: CH 2; work 1 HDC into SAME ST; work 1 HDC into next HDC; work 2 HDC into next ST;
work 1 HDC into next 38 ST; work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 3 HDC;
work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 38 HDC; work 2 HDC into next HDC;
work 1 HDC into next HDC; SL ST into FIRST HDC worked. (90 HDC)

RND 4: CH 2; work 1 HDC into SAME ST; work 1 HDC into next 2 HDC; work 2 HDC into next ST;
work 1 HDC into next 38 ST; work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 5 HDC;
work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 38 HDC; work 2 HDC into next HDC;
work 1 HDC into next 2 HDC; SL ST into FIRST HDC worked. (94 HDC)

RND 5: CH 2; work 1 HDC into SAME ST; work 1 HDC into next 3 HDC; work 2 HDC into next ST;
work 1 HDC into next 38 ST; work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 7 HDC;
work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 38 HDC; work 2 HDC into next HDC;
work 1 HDC into next 3 HDC; SL ST into FIRST HDC worked. (98 HDC)

RND 6: CH 2; work 1 HDC into SAME ST; work 1 HDC into next 4 HDC; work 2 HDC into next ST;
work 1 HDC into next 38 ST; work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 9 HDC;
work 2 HDC into next HDC; work 1 HDC into next 38 HDC; work 2 HDC into next HDC;
work 1 HDC into next 4 HDC; SL ST into FIRST HDC worked. (102 HDC)

Special Stitch:

Half Double Crochet into Third Loop

RND 7 and 8: CH 2; working into the THIRD LOOP of each HDC – work 1 HDC all around; SL ST into FIRST HDC worked. (102 HDC)

Special Stitch:

Crossed Double Crochet Stitch (Cross Stitch)

RND 9: CH 2; work Cross Stitch 51 times; SL ST into FIRST DC worked.
(51 x Cross Stitches = 102 DC)

Note: you will work a Cross Stitch on top of the previous round’s Cross Stitch.

RND 10; 11 and 12: CH 2; work Cross Stitch 51 times; SL ST into FIRST DC worked.
(51 x Cross Stitches = 102 DC)

RND 13: CH 2; work 1 DC into each DC all around; SL ST into FIRST DC worked;
(102 DC)

Special Stitch:

Double Crochet 3 Stitches Together (3DCtog)

RND 14: CH 2; work 3 DC into FIRST DC; skip next 2 DC.
*Work 3 DC into next DC; skip next 2 DC**. Repeat from * to ** 32 times more; SL ST into FIRST DC worked.
(34 x 3 DC groups = 102 DC)

RND 15: CH 2; *work 3DCtog over next 3 DC; CH 2.** Repeat fro * to ** 33 times more; SL ST into top of FIRST 3DCtog.
(34 x 3DCtog; 34 x 2 CH spaces)

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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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