Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Glass Cover Crochet

Chocolate is one of my happiness. I'm kinda Nutella lover. I usually used it as a glass. Since I don't have a makeup brush holder, I decided to used it. I don't want it to look dull and boring so I made a cover for it. Now, it looks so classy! I'm happy with the result. 


My last project was about scallop crochet. This one have similarities. As you can see, it has three rows that is similar as a scallop crochet. But this project had a little twist. I just design it by myself. It is so simple but fab. Wanna try it too? 


Procedures: 


Chain stitches (Multiples of 2) Measure your bottle or glass. Mine was 50 stitches. 48 + 2 = 50. Double crochet in the third stitch from the hook. Second row is a double crochet. 48 Double crochet.

Four double crochet. Chain two. Skip two stitches. Four double crochet. Repeat. Slip stitch to join both ends. 

Double crochet on the previous double crochet row. Six treble crochet in the space stitches. Repeat. Slip stitch to join both ends.  

Three double crochet on the previous treble crochets. Chain two. Repeat. Slip stitch in both ends. 

Two Double crochet on the previous double crochet row. Five treble crochet in the chain space. Repeat. Slip stitch to join both ends. 

Four double crochet in each stitches for the previous row. Chain two. Repeat. Slip stitch to join both ends.

For the last row, two double crochet on the previous double crochet row. Five treble crochet. Repeat. Slip stitch to join both ends. Using tapestry needle, sew the excess yarn back side and FINISH!!




Thank you for reading!
Happy crocheting...
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