Sunday, 21 August 2016

Mini Kids Bobble Waves Top - Free Crochet Pattern

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Hello! Today's free pattern is this beautiful crochet mini kids bobble waves top, i love this pattern so much and its so different with its bobbles and ripples all joined together, this isn't a beginner pattern as such as you must be used to doing ripple stitches and bobble stitches but once you have conquered those stitches you will be able to conquer this little beauty!

Hope you enjoy this weeks free crochet pattern and come and follow Wool and Stitch on Instagram to be kept upto date with latest designs @wool_and_stitch

Clare xo


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Mini Kids Bobble Waves Top - Crochet Pattern


Materials and Tools:





> Photgraphed in colour 'Aspen'

> Darning Needle - To weave in ends


Finished Measurements Approx:

>> Mini Kids 1-2 years

> Width 14.5”
> Circumference 29”
> Length 15.5”

Gauge:

> 12.36 dc and 7 rows = 4 inches (10cm)
> 6.18 dc = 2 inches

Special Stitch: Bobble Stitch:

> Do this special stitch loosely - Yarn over insert hook into allocated space, draw up a loop - Repeat 3 more times, yarn over, pull through all 9 loops on hook, ch1

Pattern

Make 2:

R1. Ch53, 1dc in 4th ch from hook, 1dc in next 3 chains * Skip next 2 chains, 1dc in next 4 chains, ch2, 1dc in next 4 chains * Repeat across until last 6 chains, skip next 2 chains, 1dc in next 2 chains, 2dc in next ch, 1dc in last ch, turn

R2. Ch3 (counts as 1dc) 2dc in next st, 1dc in next 2sts * Skip next 2sts, 1dc in next 3sts, work ( Bobble stitch , ch2, Bobble stitch ) in next ch2 space, 1dc in next 3sts * Repeat across until last 6sts, skip next 2sts, 1dc in next 2sts, 2dc in next st, 1dc in top of turning ch, turn
R3-R25. Repeat row 2.

Fasten off and weave in ends.


Joining:

> Lay both pieces flat on top of each other with wrong sides facing outwards.

> To seam up shoulders using needle and yarn, starting from outside stitch first working inwards towards neck, seam for 4 inches both sides. Fasten off and weave in ends.

> To seam sides together, use needle and yarn, leaving the top 8 rows unworked for armholes, seam downwards on both sides ( I used the mattress stitch to give more of a seamless finish )

Fasten off and weave in ends.

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