Wednesday, January 01, 2014

COMMON FLOWER 6" SQ



Crochet in Common Designs©
“Common Flower”   
Pattern Designed by: Aurora Suominen, Erik McKee, Ruth Roy.  Copyright © 2012 All rights reserved.
6” Square with “H” hook and WW yarn.

Round 1: Ch4, join to form a ring.  Ch1, SC into ring. [Ch4, SC in ring]5X.  Ch4 & join w/slst into 1st sc. (6 loops & 6sc)

Round 2: Slst into ch-4 space, ch 1, SC in space. [Ch 3, SC into next ch-4 space] 5X.  Ch 3 &  join w/slst into 1st sc. (6 sc & 6 ch-3 spaces)

Round 3: Slst into chain space, Chain 1 & do (SC, Ch3, SC). *Ch 3, SC in next chain space, Ch 3, SC in same space*.  Repeat *to* 5 more times. Ch 3 and join in first sc.  (12ch3 sps, 12 sc)

Round 4: Slst into ch3 loop & Ch1, SC in same loop.  [+Ch3, (going behind the ch3 loops of rnd 3) DC in skipped sc of rnd 2, Ch3+. SC in next ch3 loop] 5Xs.  Repeat +to+ once. If using 2 colors, join new color w/slst in first sc, if not, join first sc. (6sc, 6dc, 12ch3)  

Round 5: ch 1, sc in same st, * ch 1, sc in ch-3 loop, ch 1, hdc in dc, (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in loop (corner made), hdc in sc, ch 1, sc in loop, ch1, sc in dc, ch 1, sc in loop, ch 1, hdc in sc, corner, hdc in dc, ch 1, sc in loop, ch 1, * sc in sc, repeat from * to * once, sl st to join. (36 sts, 16 ch-1 sps, 4 ch-2 sps)

Round 6: ch3, Dc in each st around with (2dc, ch2, 2dc) in corner ch2 spaces.  sl st to join. (68 dc and 4 ch-2 sps)  

Round 7: Ch1, SC in joining. SC in 8sts.  [3SC in ch2sp, SC in 17sts]3X.  3SC in ch2sp, SC in last 8sts.  Join to first sc.  (80sc)

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3 comments:

Dianne from Australia said...

I love the colour scheme. I'm thinking a girl's baby blanket would be nice using this square.

dipet555 said...

This seems like fate!
My son's half sister asked me to make her a granny square throw in pink and turquoise! She wanted flowers but I thought that would be too time consuming, plus I am disabled now and I can only crochet laying on my stomach.
I have crocheted my son multiple huge blankets matching his decor every time he moved. When I looked online for a granny square design yours caught my eye! It's perfect!
Thank you,
Diane from California, USA

dipet555 said...

This seems like fate!
My son's half sister asked me to make her a granny square throw in pink and turquoise! She wanted flowers but I thought that would be too time consuming, plus I am disabled now and I can only crochet laying on my stomach.
I have crocheted my son multiple huge blankets matching his decor every time he moved. When I looked online for a granny square design yours caught my eye! It's perfect!
Thank you,
Diane from California, USA