welcome to a new week and a new month!! did you all have fun with kinda crochet along?? I’m sorry I slacked off so much, and I’m a bit bummed I didn’t have time to make it myself. did anyone make one?
This week since its now November I thought the cornucopia pattern would be fun.
I asked my mom (from yarn upon a dream) to crochet it for me since I’m not too familiar with the basket weave:)(she also made the cute pumpkin in the pic:))
she whipped it up way quicker then I could too. its a super cute pattern and she told me she liked this way of doing the basket weave better then her other way.
And instead of household twine she used Caron perfect match in taupe.
Very quick and easy to make, this cornucopia centerpiece is crocheted in a basketweave stitch out of common household twine.
15″ at the longest point.
1 ball (160 ft) of household twine
Size G crochet hook
8 dc and 2 rows to 2″ worked on size G hook
To save time, take time to che9gauhe.
Basketweave stitch is worked diagonally, from one corner,in blocks of double crochet.
1 dc in 4th ch from hook, 1 dc in each of next 2 ch. Turn. 1 block of 4 dc made, counting the first 3 ch as 1 dc.
Ch 6, 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, 1 dc I each of next 2 ch, sl st to sp between ch-3 and 3 dc of first block, ch 3, 3 dc in same ch-3 sp. Turn. 2 blocks.
Ch 6, 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, 1 dc in each of next 2 ch, * sl st to sp between ch-3 and 3 dc of next block, ch 3, 3 DC in same sp, rep from * to end of row. Turn. 3 blocks made.
Rep 2nd row, inc in this way 1 block at beg of each row, until each long straight edge of triangle measures 15″. Break off twine, leaving a long strand for sewing.
Sew two long straight edges together to for a cone shape. The point of the cone can be stuffed for extra firmness.
I’d love to see pics…. I’d love to share everyone’s pics in reader posts like I did with the embroidery posts:)
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