Thursday, May 22, 2014
Peaches Crème by Elmore-Pisgah, Inc
2 ball white# 1, 10 ball lemon #123, 6 ball lemon-lime #186
Stitches used: Single crochet, Double crochet, Half double crochet, Triple Treble Front Post ,
(work with 2 strands of yarn held together throughout)
Rw 1 Using the I hook and with two strands of Lemon, ch 40, 1 sc in 2ch from hook, sc across row. Turn.
Rw 2 Ch 2, 1 dc in each sc across, turn. (39 dc)
Rw 3 Ch 2, working through back loops only, yo, draw up a loop in same place, yo, draw up a loop in next dc, yo and draw through the 10 loops on hook, ch 1, * yo, draw up a loop in next dc, yo, draw up a loop in next dc, yo, draw through all 10 loops on hook, ch 1 * repeat from * to * across row, ending 1 dc in top of turning chain. Turn.
Rw 4 Ch 2, skip first dc, 1 hdc in each ch 1 and each stitch across row. Fasten off Lemon and attach two strands Lemonlime.
Rw 5 Ch3, * yo hook 4 times (triple treble front post), post stitch around 2nd dc of row 2, skip hdc behind post, and working in BACK loops, 1 dc in each of next 3 hdc on row 5 * yo 4 times, skip 3 dc of row 2, post around next dc. (The will be 3 dc between each post on row 2). Repeat from * to *. End, 1 dc in last stitch. Fasten off Lemon-Lime. Turn. There will be 10 posts, with 3 dc between each post stitch. Attach Lemon.
Rw 6 Working in FRONT loops only, repeat row 2. Turn.
Rw 7 Repeat row 3.
Rw 8 Repeat row 4. Fasten off Lemon, attach Lemon-Lime. Turn.
Rw 9 Ch 3, work through back loops only, 1 dc in next 2 hdc. Yo 4 times, skip 3 dc of row 6, post stitch around next dc of row 6, skip dc behind post stitch on row 9, 1 dc in next 3 hdc, yo 4x, skip 3 dc of row 6, post stitch around next dc on row 6. * repeat from * to *. End skip 1 dc behind post, 1 dc in next 2 dc. Fasten off Lemon-Lime.
Rw 10, With Lemon, repeat row 6. (39 st.)
Rw 11 Repeat row 3.
Rw 12 Repeat row 4, fasten off Lemon, attach Lemon-Lime.
Rw 13 Repeat row 5, using row 10 in place of row 2.
Rw 14 Working in FRONT loops, repeat row 2.
Rw 15 Repeat row 3
Rw 16 Repeat row 4
Rw 17 Attach Lemon-Lime, repeat row 9, using row 14 in place of row 6. Fasten of Lemon-Lime.
Rw 18, With Lemon, working in front loops only, repeat row 2. (39 st.)
Rw 19 Repeat row 3.
Rw 20 Repeat row 4, fasten off Lemon, attach Lemon-Lime.
Rw 21 Repeat row 5, using row 18 in place of row 2.
Rw 22 Working in FRONT loops, repeat row 2.
Rw 23 Repeat row 3
Rw 24 Repeat row 4
Rw 25 Attach Lemon-Lime, repeat row 9, using row 14 in place of row 6. Fasten of Lemon-Lime.
Rw 26 with posts facing you, attach 2 strands white and sc around the edges. Fasten off white. If pad will not lay flat, you have to many white sc's, redo row 26, using less sc.
Rw 27 Attach Lemon, ch 2, hdc around, placing 3 hdc in each corner.
Rw 28 Repeat row 27. Fasten off Lemon and weave the ends in.
*With row one at top, and 2 strands of Lemon, leave a tail of about 5”, ch 40, sc to corner, 1 sc in same place, 2 sc in next hdc, ch 40, leaving a tail of about 5” fasten off. Repeat for other side of chair pad. Fasten off. * Repeat from * to * for other 3 chair pads.
Cut a piece of heavy card board 4” inches high by 3” inches wide. Using 2 strands each of Lemon and Lemon-Lime and one strand of white, wrap the yarn around the cardboard 10 times. Use the ends of the ties to tie the tassel at the top, tie tight. Cut the yarn at the bottom. Tie again about 1 inch from the top of the tassel. Cut the yarn at the end of the tassel even. Repeat for the other 15 tassels.
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