Tuesday, 24 January 2017

CUSHION CAL: Square cushion 2nd Panel

I did decide to simplify the square cushion so i could do the circular cushion as well as the blanket, but lots have asked for the 3 different panels for the one side of the Square cushion so here is the 2nd Star panel





The Star Panel
Aran yarn
5mm hook



Finger wrap of 6 wraps, 
Round 1: 12 sc [dc], into circle, sl st to complete.

NOTE: ROUND 2 IS THE JOIN AS YOU GO ROUND.  

Round 2: att. new colour in any st, ch1, [counts as fist sc (dc)], dc [tr], into the same st, ch3, dc [tr] and sc [dc],  into the next st, sc [dc], dc [tr], into next st, ch3, dc [tr], sc [dc], into the next st, repeat the star point 4 more times,  sl st to complete. (6 star points)

Make a row of 7 stars join as you go using the 2nd ch st as a sl st to join 2 star points together.


NOTE: TO MAKE THE ROW OF 7 STARS INTO A PANEL USE THE SAME PATTERN AS FOR THE HEX PANEL.


FINISHING BANDS
 Add a ch st base and 4 rows of hdc [htr] to both sides of the 7 STARS row.


ROW1: First colour, Att. yarn with a tr [dtr], standing start, ch 3, sc [dc],  into next point of the first STAR,
ch3, tr [dtr], into dip between the first 2 STARS 
repeat to end of row, finish with a tr [dtr], in the last ch1 point of the last STAR in row.


 ROW2: ch2, turn, 3hdc [3htr], into the ch3 sp,
1hdc [1htr], into the next st,  3hdc [3htr], into next sp, hdc [htr], into next st, repeat to end finish with 3hdc [3htr] in last ch3 sp. (56sts)


 ROW 3: change colour, ch2 turn, hdc [htr],into first st.
1hdc [1htr], in every st to end (56sts)

ROW 4: Repeat row 3. (56sts)







4 comments:

  1. I am so in love with these patterns. They are truly some of the most beautiful I have ever seen. You are so kind and generous to share your talent with us. I can't thank you enough.

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    1. thank you and hope you enjoy the patterns xx

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  2. This is my Very favourite edging, thanks for reposting Sue thought it was lost forever. I have stitched this pattern on a few afghans but didnt save the pattern until now. MANY THANKS LINDA

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    1. Hi Linda, you're very welcome have fun xx

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