Chevron Beanie

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This Chevron Beanie is super cute and is so quick to work up!  You could easily complete a hat or two in an evening!

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This darling Chevron Beanie would be a great scrap buster project to help use up those small amounts of yarn you just can’t bring yourself to get rid of!

As you can see the Brim of the hat does not go all the way around the back of the hat which makes it much less bulky!  Another great feature of this hat is that there is no reducing to close the hat!  That’s right! Your nightmares of reducing are over (well as least when you make this hat)

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Chevron Slouchy

Materials:
6.00mm/J hook
Worsted Weight Yarn (this would be a great project for a stash/scrap buster)
Embroidery Needle
CA – Color A
CB – Color B

Gauge:
8 Rows of BP Chevron = 4 inches
14 Stitches = 4 inches

Sizes:
Large: Finished circumference – 23 1/2 inches, Chevron height – 7 1/2 inches
Medium: Finished circumference – 21 inches, Chevron height – 7 inches
Small: Finished circumference – 20 inches, Chevron height – 6 1/2 inches
Child: finished circumference – 18 1/2, Chevron height – 5 1/2 inches

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
st – Stitch
sk – Skip
sl st – Slip Stitch
st – Space

Special Stitches:
MDC – Modified Double Crochet – YO, insert hook in indicated st, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops, YO and pull through 1 loop, YO and pull through remaining 2 loops
BPsl st – Back Post Slip Stitch – Work hook from Back to Front to Back of indicated Post St, Yo and pull through loop
BPDC – Back Post Double Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly
Invisible Join tutorial by Look At What I Made
BLo – Back Loop Only – Tutorial by Moogly

Notes:
1. The Band of the hat can be made a wide or narrow as you like.
2. The pattern is written for the Large size; the Medium, Small and Child size is written inside the ()
3. Hat is worked in multiples of 8, if you want a big slouchy hat you will squeeze your SC together, if you want a more fitted hat you will want to space them out a bit more (but always in multiples of 8 stitches).
4. You will only turn your work when working the Band
5. If you chose to change colors you will do so while working the BPsl st (see Special Stitches), pick up the color change on the YO and pull through loop

Chevron Beanie

Band:

with CA
Base Chain – CH12, (12, 10, 8)

R1. HDC in second from hook, HDC across. CH1, turn. 11HDC (11, 9, 7)

R2. BLo HDC across. CH1, turn. 11BLo HDC (11, 9, 7)

Repeat R2 until have 36 rows (34, 32, 30)

R3. SC in first st, CH1, turn

Repeat R3 until you have a total Band length is 18 1/2 inches (18, 17 1/2, 16 1/2)

Once you have the total length, turn, (don’t CH1) insert hook into both loops of the last worked SC and into the Base CH, YO and pull through loop.

R4. CH1, working in end of rows work 72 SC (72, 64, 56) evenly around. Finish off, Invisible Join.

Hat:

with CB
R1. Join in any SC (I recommend joining in the back of the hat), CH1, SC *HDC, DC (MDC, CH2, MDC) in same st, DC, HDC, SC in next 3 sts; repeat from * around, SC in last 2 sts. Join with sl st in next st

R2. BPsl st around next st, CH1, BPDC around same and next 2 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp, BPDC around next 3 sts, *Ch1, sk next 3 sts, BPDC aroudn next 3 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp, BPDC around next 3 sts, CH1, sk next 3 sts; repeat from * around. Join with sl st in first st.

Repeat R2, (changing colors as desired) until you have 8 inches of Chevron (7 1/2, 7, 6). Finish off leaving long tail to close hat.

Joining/Closing of Hat:
Sl st in each of the next 3 BP DC, pull up a loop in the CH2 sp, continue to pull up a loop in each of the CH2 sps around.   YO and pull through all loops.  Finish off.

Copyright KatiDCreations, October 2016.  This is an original design, do not republish or distribute this pattern or photos in any way.  You may share a photo and link back to this pattern.  Feel free to gift, sell or donate any finished items made from this pattern.

Here a few other designs you may enjoy!

The Short Chevron Scarf

I love big bulky scarfs. They are so warm and are perfect to help keep that wind off your face.  I had intended for this to be a long scarf……however I lost a game of ‘yarn chicken’ and couldnt find the same dye lot.  So here we have it. The Short Chevron Scarf.  and to be perfectly honest I kinda love the way it turned out!  I have always done the traditional long scarves that are wrapped around my neck several times. …..but this tying the scarf I think is really cute!

This Short Chevron Scarf is a quick repeating pattern that does not require you to work into a chain stitch but rather has you do a work a Foundation Single Crochet stitch which is so much easier!

Special Stitches:

FSC – Foundation Single Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
MDC – YO, insert hook in st, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 1 loop, YO and pull through remaing 2 loops

Stitches:

sk st – skip stitch
st (s)- Stitch(es)
YO – Yarn Over
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
*FPDC – Front Post Double Crochet

Materials:

Loops and Thread Impeccable
6.00m/J hook
Embroidery Needle

Color Changes:

Work rows in even numbers, the Gold is 8 rows, Dark Purple is 6 rows and Light Purple is 4 rows

Note:

*if you don’t like working post stitches you can still make this scarf!  Just work the stitch in the top of the previous row instead of around it!

Short Chevron Scarf

FSC working in multiples of 11 + 10

R1. CH1, turn, SC in next 2 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC, *SC in next 5 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC; repeat from * across, SC in next 2 sts.  CH2, Turn.

R2. sk first st, FPDC around each of the next 3 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp, *FPDC around each of the next 4 sts, CH1, sk next 3 sts, FPDC around each of the next 4 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp; repeat from * across, FPDC around next 3 sts, sk next st, DC in last st.  CH2, Turn.

Repeat R2 until desired is reached

Copyright KatiDCreations, 2016.  Please dont republish any portion of this pattern.  You can grab a photo and share the link to this original post.  Feel free to gift, sell or donate any items made from this pattern.

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Chevron Scarf

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Here is a fun Chevron Scarf that is perfect for using up those of those small balls of yarn that you just don’t know what to do with but you cant bring yourself to get rid of them!  This colorful chevron scarf is so warm and has so much texture!  Once you get the first row done you will fly through this simple repeating pattern and have it completed in no time!

On the comical side of things….when my dad saw this latest project he asked if I was trying to show off how many colors I had!  I had a good laugh!

Chevron Scarf - KatiDCreations.com

Materials:
6.00/J hook
Scrap yarn
(Hook size does not matter for this design. I know I mixed different brands of yarn when completing this project)

Gauge:
Not important for this pattern

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
YO – Yarn Over
st(s) – Stitch(es)
sk – Skip
BLO – Back Loop Only
RS – Right Side

Special Stitches:
MDC – Modified Double Crochet – YO, insert hook in indicated st, pull up loop, YO and pull through 2 loops, YO pull through 1 loop, YO pull through remaining 2 loops.
SSC – Standing Single Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
BPDC – Back Post Double Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
SDC – Standing Double Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
Invisible Join by Look at What I Made

Notes:
1. Pattern is worked in multiples of 10, scarf seen is 300 SSC long
2. Entire project is worked with the right side facing once you start the chevron stitching, so after reaching the end of the scarf you will finish off and not turn
3. Each color is only worked for 1 row, if you want to work it for more than 1 row then simply CH1 and turn and work Front Post Double Crochets

Basic Chevron Scarf

Foundation Row:.
Work desired amount of SSC to achieve the scarf length, CH1, turn

R1. (RS) SC in next 2 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC, SC in next 2 sts, *SC in next 2 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC, SC in next 2 sts; repeat from * across. Finish off.

R2. Join with SDC in first st, sk next st, BPDC around next 3 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp, *BPDC around next 4 sts, sk next 2 sts, BPDC around next 4 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp; repeat from * across, BPDC around next 3 sts, sk next st, DC in last st. Finish off.

repeat R2 until desired width is reached

Final Chevron Row:
Join with SDC in first st, sk next st, BPDC around next 3 sts, work 2 DC in the CH2 sp, *BPDC around the next 4 sts, sk the next 2 sts, BPDC around the next 4 sts, work 2 DC in the CH2 sp; repeat from * across, BPDC around next 3 sts, sk next st, DC in last st. Finish off.

Edging:
RS facing, Join with SC in first st, working in BLO SC in each stitch across to corner, work 2 SC in corner, evenly work SC down the edge of scarf to corner, work 2 SC in corner, SC across the Foundation Row to corner, work 2 SC in corner, evenly work SC down the final edge of scarf, work 1 additional SC in the corner of the scarf.  Finish off and Invisible Join

Copyright KatiDCreations 2016.  Do not republish any portion of this pattern or photos or recreate it for your own publication.  Please feel free to share a photo and link back to this original design!

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Zig ‘n’ Zag – A Sleeved Wrap

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Have you always wanted to try a Chevron stitch pattern but have not been confident enough to give it a try?  Give this Zig ‘n’ Zag – A Sleeved Wrap a try!  It really is a very simple pattern repeat and works up rather quickly!

Waves of Chevron - KatiDCreations.com

There is no long beginning Chain to mess with as it is designed with a Foundation Single Crochet stitch.  However, if you are not comfortable with the Foundation stitch, simply work a CH and SC back across then continue on with Row 1.

This pattern is first worked into a rectangle that looks like a scarf, then you simply stitch together the Foundation Single Crochet row and Edging row to create the sleeves, next you secure all your ends and finally you add the cuffs!  Yes it is really that simple.

Waves of Chevron - KatiDCreations.com

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Materials:
Loops and Thread Impeccable
Hook – 5.5mm

Gauge:
13 SC = 4 inches
14 rows = 4 inches

Stitches:
sk – Skip
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
FL – Front Loop
BL – Back Loop
RS – Right Side
WS – Wrong Side

Special Stitches:
Foundation Single Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog found HERE

MTR – Modified Treble Crochet – YO 2x, insert hook into stitch, YO and pull up a loop (4 loops on hook), YO pull through 2 loops, YO pull through 3 loops

Notes:
This pattern is intended to be easily adjusted for almost any size. It is worked in multiples of 10+2 for the stitch count. In determining the length you will measure from the spot where you want it to reach (minus the cuff), loosely wrap it around your neck/shoulder, then measure to the spot on the opposite arm where you are wanting it to reach (minus the cuff).

Zig ‘n’ Zag – A Sleeved Wrap

Foundation Row: Working in multiples of 10+2 work your Foundation SC to desired length

Row 1: CH2, SC in first stitch, *SC in next 2 stitches, HDC, DC, work a MTR in next 2 stitches, DC, HDC, SC in next 2 stitches; repeat from * across, SC in last stitch. Finish off and pick up next color, CH1, turn.

Row 2: FLHDC in first stitch, sk next stitch, FLHDC in next 3 stitches, 2FLDC in next stitch, CH2, 2FLDC in next stitch, *FLDC in next 3 stitches, sk next 2 stitches, FLDC in next 3 stitches, 2FLDC in next stitch, CH2, 2FLDC in next stitch; repeat from * across, FL HDC in next 3 stitches, sk next stitch, FL HDC in last stitch. CH 1, turn.

Row 3: RS facing, BLHDC in first stitch, sk next stitch, BLHDC in next 4 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space, *BLDC in next 4 stitches, sk next 2 stitches, BLDC in next 4 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space; repeat from * across, BLHDC in next 4 stitches, sk next stitch, BLHDC in last stitch. Finish off and pick up next color, CH1, turn.

Row 4: FLHDC in first stitch, sk next stitch, FLHDC in next 4 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space, *FLDC in next 4 stitches, sk next 2 stitches, FLDC in next 4 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space; repeat from * across, FLHDC in next 4 stitches, sk next stitch, FLHDC in last stitch. CH 1, turn.

Row 5: BLHDC in first stitch, sk next stitch, BLHDC in next 4 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space, *BLDC in next 4 stitches, sk next 2 stitches, BL DC in next 4 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space; repeat from * across, BL HDC in next 4 stitches, sk next stitch, BL HDC in last stitch. Finish off and pick up next color, CH1, turn.

Repeat rows 4 and 5 until project is just wide enough for the Foundation Row and last repeat of Row 5 to touch around your arm where you want it to reach (minus the cuff). Finish off

Edging:
With color used for Row 1 (or whatever color you prefer)

Row 1: WS facing, CH3, FLMTR in first stitch, sk next stitch, FLDC, FLHDC, FL SC in next 2 stitches, sk CH2 space, FLSC in next 2 stitches, FLHDC, FL DC, *FLMTR in next 2 stitches, FLDC, FLHDC, FLSC in next 2 stitches, sk CH2 space, FSC in next 2 stitches, FLHDC, FLDC; repeat from * across, sk next stitch, FLMTR in last stitch. CH1, turn

Row 2: BLSC in first stitch and across. Leaving long tail for Stitching Seam, Finish off.

Stitching Seam:
Repeat on both ends of project with color of choice and embroidery needle, fold so Foundation Row and Edging WS is together. Match up BLs and stitch seam desired amount, the more you stitch together the more of a ‘sleeve’ you will have. Finish off.

Waves of Chevron - KatiDCreations.comWaves13.1

Wrong Side Facing

Waves of Chevron - KatiDCreations.com

Wong Side of Foundation Row and Edging together

Waves of Chevron - KatiDCreations.com

Stitching Back Loops together to create sleeve

Secure all ends.

Cuff: With color(s) of choice

Round 1: RS facing, Join with Sl St at Stitching Seam, CH1, work 3SC evenly across the edge of the Foundation Row and Row 1, work 2SC in the end of each row around, work 3SC evenly across the edge of the Edging rows. Join with Sl St in first SC, CH1.

Round 2: BL SC in same as joining and around. Join with Sl St in first SC, CH1.

Repeat row 2 until desired length of cuff is reached. Finished item shown changes color every 4 Rounds. If you would like the cuff to taper towards the wrist then I suggest reducing the size of your crochet hook as needed. For finished item shown, I reduced to a 4.4mm hook in the last 4 rows.
Waves of Chevron - KatiDCreations.com

This is an original design of KatiDCreations.com, copyright 2015.  Please do not repost any portion of this pattern.  If you would like to link back to this pattern please feel free to grab a photo!  You are welcome to gift, donate or sell any items made from this pattern.

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Chevron Belt

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Chevron Belt - KatiDCreationsI have recently learned how to do a Chevron Stitch!  and one of the first ideas that came to mind was to do a belt!  Now, this belt seemed to design itself.  All I thought was belt, and my very vivid mind immediately pictured a wide belt that would be worn high on the waist, it would be slightly stiff and would button close with little buttons.

I love this belt I think it looks so crisp and clean!  The buttons are great and allows you to easily wear the belt high or low on your waist, or even better… share it among girlfriends!

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Materials:
Aunt Lydia’s size 10 thread – Working with 2 strands
3.5mm hook
Buttons of choice

Gauge:
Is not necessary for this pattern

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
DC2tog – Double Crochet 2 Together

Chevron Belt - KatiDCreationsChevron Belt Pattern

CH 17

1. DC in 3rd CH from hook (skipped CH’s and first DC count as dc2tog), DC in next 5 CH’s, 2DC in next stitch, CH2, 2DC in next stitch, DC in next 5, DC2tog.

2. CH2, Turn, DC2tog, DC in next 6 stitches, (DC, CH2 DC) in CH2 space, DC in next 6 stitches, DC2tog.

Repeat row 2 until desired length is reached.  (You will want the belt to overlap a bit so you can button it together).

Edging – Working with Color of Choice, determine which side you want to be right side

With right side facing, Join in on the edge of any DC and evenly SC along the edge toward the base chain.  Work 2SC in corner of base chain, 1SC in each CH across, 2SC in next corner of base chain.  Evenly work SC along other edge towards point of belt.  Work 1SC in the top of each DC, work 3SC in CH2 space, continue working 1SC in the top of each DC.  Evenly SC along original edge until you can Join with Invisible Join – Tutorial found HERE

Attaching Buttons – I highly suggest taking your belt with you when you pick out your buttons to make sure they fit through the CH2 spaces!

Materials:
Buttons of choice
Matching sewing thread
Sewing needle

I have 4 buttons that are stitched to the CH2 on the right side of the belt that is worn closest to the body.  I have 1 small black flat button that is stitched to the wrong side of the point of the belt.  This single black button helps the point to lay flat regardless of if there is a button at the point.  Making it possible for larger and smaller framed ladies to wear this adorable belt.

Chevron Belt - KatiDCreationsCopyright KatiDCreations March 2015, This is an original design, please do not repost any part of this pattern, photos our claim any portion of it as your own.  If you would like to link back to this pattern you may grab 1 photo.  Please feel free to sell, gift or donate any items made from this pattern.

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Chevron Designs

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Something I have recently discovered about Chevron crochet patterns is that it amazing how many different styles of chevron are out there!  Its not like any other stitch that I have ever worked with (to date), so I thought I would gather up a few different Chevron patterns and share them with you!  Hope you find one you can’t live with out!

Chevron Wash Cloth
by KatiDCreations
Chevron Washcloth - KatiDCreations

Sweet ‘n’ Sassy
by From Grammys Heart
Sweet 'n' Sassy - From Grammys Heart
Splendiferous Senses
by From Grammys Heart
Splediferous Senses - from Grammys Heart
Ladies Lacy Chevron Scarf
by Handmade Hats by Cheryl
Ladies Lacy Chevron Scarf - HomeMadeHatsbyCheryl
Chevron Cowl
by Totally Stitching
Chevron Cowl
Charlotte Beanie/Stargazer Slouch
by AG Handmades
Charlotte Beanie/Stargazer Slouch - AG Handmade
Charlotte Infinity Scarf
by AG Handmades
Charlotte Infinity Scarf - AG Handmades
Hearthside Cowl

by Fiber Flux
Hearthside Cowl - Fiber Flux
V-Stitch Ripple Afghan

by Petals to Picots
V-Stitch Ripple Afghan - Petals to Picots
Rippling Waves Bottle Bag

by Trifles & Treasures
Rippling Waves Bottle Bag - Trifles & Treasures
Bacon and Eggs Pillow

by Moogly Blog
Bacon and Eggs Pillow - Moogly Blog
Triple Chevron Throw

by Posh Pooch Designs
Triple Ripple Chevron Thow - Posh Poosh Designs
Pop of Pink Vertical Chevron Bag
by Cre8tions Crochet
Pop of Pint Verticle Chevron Bag - Cre8tions Crochet

Winter Waves Chevron
by Cre8tions CrochetWinter Waves Chevron - Cre8tions Crochet

Graphic Chevron Clutch
by Fiber Flux
Graphic Chevron Clutch - Fiber Flux

Chevron Lace Shrug
by Glamor4You
Chevron Lace Shrug - Glamor4You

Chevron Market Bag
by Cre8tions Crochet
Chevron Market Bag - Cre8tions Crochet

Chevron Chic Baby Dress
by Cre8tions Crochet
Chevron Chic Baby Dress - Cre8tions Crochet

Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf
by Moogly Blog
Chevron Lacce Infinity Scarf - Moogly Blog

Chevron Lace Fingerless Mitts
by Moogly Blog
Chevron Lace Fingerless Mitts - Moogly Blog

Chevron Lace Wrap
by Moogly Blog
Chevron Lace Wrap - Moogly Blog

Chevron Cuff
by Moogly Blog
Chevron Cuff - Moogly Blog

Simple Waves Boot Cuffs
by Right Brain Crochet
Simple Waves Boot Cuff

Simple Waves Headband
by Right Brain Crochet
Simple Waves

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Chevron Wash Cloth

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The Chevron Stitch pattern, um which one?!

If someone has said this to me before this endeavor, I mean washcloth, I probably would have thought ‘no big deal’, its just a Chevron Stitch.  Well let me tell you something!  ‘Chevron Stitch’ is not just a simple pattern…..there are seriously dozens of different chevron designs out there!  Whether they are worked using a SC v. DC (or some other stitch that provides height), do you use a Cluster Stitches v. skip stitches for your decrease, do you CH v. adding stitches for your increase…..Phew! And I know im missing multiple other options that can be added into the mix!

So after looking through all lots of different designs and not really finding what I was looking for, specifically a pattern that provided a way to square off the Chevron edging, I decided to ‘wing it’.  And after several attempts I think I finally found one I am happy with!

Chevron Washcloth - KatiDCreations

 Chevron Washcloth

CH in multiple of 14 + 2

1. Skip first 2 CH, DC in next stitch (counts as DC Cluster), DC in next 5 stitches, CH2, DC in next 6 stitches, skip next 2 CH’s, DC in next 6 stitches, CH2, DC in next 5, 2DC Cluster

2. CH2, Turn DC in next stitch (counts as DC Cluster), DC in next 4 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space, DC in next 5 stitches, skip next 2 stitches, DC in next 5 stitches, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 space, DC in next 4 stitches, 2DC Cluster

Repeat row 2 until desired size is reached.

NOTE: This is an optional edging, if you like you can simply SC around the finished piece (put an extra SC in the corners, and 2SC in the CH2 spaces to keep it from curling).  This 2Row Edging will help you to square off the Chevron so you have ‘flat’ edges.

Chevron Washcloth - KatiDCreationsWith color of choice –
NOTE- Crochet your loose ends in as you work along the Side

Edging:
Row1:
Working with right side of last row facing –
Join in the top right DC Cluster with a CH2, TR in same as joining, *MTR in next stitch, DC in next, HDC in next 2 stitches, SC in next stitch, 2SC in CH2 space, SC in next stitch, HDC in next 2 stitches, DC in next stitch, MTR in next*, TR in next 2 stitches, repeat from *to* once more, TR in last stitch

Side –
Work 2SC in last TR made; continue working SC down the side to corner,

Working in Base Chain –
SC in first stitch, *SC in next stitch, HDC in next 2 stitches, DC in next stitch, MTR, in next stitch, TR in next 2 stitches, MTR in next stitch, DC in next, HDC in next 2 stitches, SC in next stitch*, 2SC in CH2 space, repeat from *to* once more

Side-
Work 2SC in skipped 2CH, continue working SC down the side to the corner.

Row2: Work 2SC in top of TR from Row1 of edging, *SC across, work 2SC in last stitch and in first stitch of next side*, repeat from *to*, twice more, SC along last side, working 2SC in last stitch. Finish off and Join

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Copyright KatiDCreations 2015, all rights reserved.  Please do not repost any portion of this pattern, photos or claim them as your own.  You may grab one photo and link back to this original post

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