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Stitches are picked up along the ends of the single crochet rows to make the yoke. Crossed Treble Crochet cross: Sk sc, tr in next sc, working in front of tr just worked, tr in skipped sc cross made. Do not work around the first tr. Push it out of the way and work into the skipped sc as a completely different stitch. It should lay directly on top of the first tr and they should be crossed.
Ch 4, sl st in fourth ch from hook, ch 6, sl st in same ch as previous sl st, ch 4, sl st in same ch as previous sl st. Single Crochet 2 Together sc2tog: Insert hook in st indicated, yarn over, pull lp through, insert hook in next st, yarn over, pull lp through, yarn over, pull through 3 lps on hook.
With A, ch 55, sk first ch, sc in each remaining ch across, turn—54 sc. Ch 1, sc in first sc and next 9 sc, hdc in next 10 sc, dc in next 10 sc, 12 cross see Special Stitches above , turn. Picot see Special Stitches above , sc in first sc and in each sc across, switch to C on final st, turn—54 sc.
With RS facing, turn Skirting to begin working along the sides of rows on the single crochet side, join C with sl st to side of row 1 of Skirting, ch 1, sc in side of 11 rows, sc2tog across side of next 2 rows, [sc in side of next 10 rows, sc2tog across side of next 2 rows] 7 times, turn—89 sc. Ch 1, sc2tog across first 2 sc, sc in next 8 sc, [sc2tog, sc in next 9 sc] 7 times, sc2tog across last 2 sc, turn—80 sc. Ch 1, sc in first sc and in next 14 sc, ch 30, sk 6 sc, sc in next 38 sc, ch 30, sk 6 sc, sc in next 15 sc, turn—68 sc and two ch armhole loops.
Ch 2, 1 cross note that this first cross will end with the 2nd tr in the same sc as the initial ch 2 of the row , continue with cross for the remainder of the row, turn—64 crossed pairs. Ch 1, sc in first tr and next 11 tr, [sk 1 tr, sc in next 12 tr] 8 times, sk 1 tr, sc in next 11 tr and in top of turning ch, turn— sc. Ch 1, sc in first tr and next 9 tr, [sk 1 tr, sc in next 10 tr] 9 times, sk 1 tr, sc in next 9 tr, turn, leaving turning ch unworked— sc.
Ch 1, sc in next sc and in next 8 sc, [sk 1 sc, sc in next 9 sc] 9 times, sk 1 sc, sc in next 9 sc, turn—99 sc. Ch 1, sc in next sc and in next 7 sc, [sk 1 sc, sc in next 8 sc] 9 times, sk 1 sc, sc in net 9 sc, turn—89 sc. Ch 1, sc in next sc and in next 6 sc, [sk 1 sc, sc in next 7 sc] 9 times, sk 1 sc, sc in next 9 sc, turn—79 sc.
She loved to sew, and she loved to crochet. So patiently she guided my fingers and proudly displayed my masterpieces. I now own many of them and they were anything but masterpieces. How Grandma would have loved the internet with its endless images and free crochet patterns. When my own daughter came along I wanted to pass on this tradition, with its cherished memories, to my own "baby girl". Tracy is a lefty.
I tried and tried to teach her stitches, with much frustration and little success. Then Grandma tipped me off to teach her in front of a mirror. What turned out is that my Grandma taught my little girl, and another generation keeps Grandma alive through cherished memories.
Tracy has been bit by Grandma's "crochet bug". From the time she hit the double digits, through high school, college, grad school, working and anywhere went, her fingers were always intertwined with yarn. All her friends owned homemade afghans, from traditional granny squares to unusual and unique stitches. Her cousins all have dolls and toys made with her hands, and her nieces and nephews came into the world with a yarn and thread crochet wardrobe waiting for them; shoes and booties, dresses, and of course baby blankets galore.
Her roommates and co-workers were blessed with bookmarks, hats, hair bows and purses, and my favorite Her brother's collection of the ugliest Christmas sweaters you could imagine. Last year, Tracy's life was altered forever by a young man who drove his truck into her drivers door. Having lost the use of her left hand she can no longer crochet and thus lives vicariously through the work of others.
Okay, maybe that's an exaggeration. But she does take pleasure in seeing the beautiful craftsmanship in the colorful and creative yarns and threads available. Thus this blog was birthed, to combine her passion for crocheting and her desire to help others get "bit by the bug" by providing a place where they can find fabulous free crochet patterns.
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