Monday, 6 April 2020

CoronaCal Ripple band pattern

Monday 6TH APRIL 2020 



RIPPLE ENDS PATTERN

Having joined 10 'eye' motifs together in a side by side with long half motifs at each corner, the blanket now has a deep ripple edge on two sides.

Before I give you the very basic ripple pattern I just want to say this might be extended when I add the decorative border pieces.
When this small repeat pattern Is finalised I will work out the length needed to add a set number of these. 
And why the ripple band might need to be EXTENDED.

With that in mind for now I have just added to rows of the ripple pattern..they might all be the same they might be other stitches so just 2 rows to match the joining rows for now.

Join my Facebook group for this pattern and to share you blankets so far.

Saturday, 4 April 2020

CoronaCal update

Really pleased so many are enjoying the CoronaCal pattern, 
World wide CoronaCal we've had well over 1500 New members to the group from all over the world


So many have already completed several 'eye' motifs and are beginning to joined them together too.

 There are 2 joining options for the 'eye' motif, a side by side or a butterfly join...

LINK TO SUE PINNER'S GRANNY SQUARES FACEBOOK GROUP 
everyone is sharing their CoronaCal makes so far.




If you don't want to make a throw then just make 2 'eye' motifs and join them together as a cushion?




Side by side join



Butterfly join






The infill motif pattern is still to come.

Shawl or wrap? Another option for the pattern



OR 
Several places to stop and join repeat motifs

after round 6




Textured centre










#CORONACAL LINK TO ALL PARTS OF PUBLISHED PATTERN SO FAR
 more to come Monday and Friday next week 

Friday, 3 April 2020

CoronaCal, PART 4: HALF 'EYE' MOTIF



PART 4: HALF EYE MOTIF

US Terms

Finger wrap of 5 wraps.
NOTE: The first anchor st doesn't count, so the first complete st, is made by the anchor and the first sc, you need 8sc to work into for the 2nd round.

SOME Rounds are worked into spaces and some into stitches.

ROW 1: 8sc into the circle.  [8sts]


 ROW 2: att, yarn in first st, ch2,  2dc into next 6sts, 1dc in last st. [14dc]


ROW 3: Att. yarn in fist sp, ch2, dc in same sp, miss 2sts, 3dc in next 5sps,  2dc in last sp. [5x 3dc, 2 x 2dc]



NOTE:  The firsts ts can be a little hidden, so dont miss it!

ROW 4: Att. yarn in first sp, sc in same sp, sc in next 17sts, 2sc in last sp. [21sc]



ROW 5: Att. yarn in fist sts, ch1 [counts as first hdc] 1hdc, in same st, 1hdc, in next st, 2hdc, in next st, 1hdc in next 2sts, 2hdc in next st repeat the 1hdc in next 2stsm 2hdc in next stitch to last 2sts, 1hdc in next st, 2hdc in last st.
[28hdc]


ROW 6: Double 'v' stitch round. Att. yarn in first st, ch3 [counts as first tr], miss 2sts, 2tr, ch3 2tr into next st, miss 3sts, 2tr, ch3, 2tr in next st, repeat to last 3 sts, miss 2sts, 1tr in last st. [2x1tr, 6 x double tr, 'v' sts]


ROW 7: Shell stitch round. Att, yarn in first sp, 3dc, ch3 3dc, in ch3 sp, sc in next sp, repeat to end, sc in last sp. [6 x shells stitch of 3dc ch3 2dc]




RIGHT AND LEFT HALF SPEARSLOOKING AT THE MOTIF FLAT SIDE DOWN
RIGHT SPEAR
Finger wrap of 6 wraps.
ROW1: Att yarn, in first st, ch5, tr into same st, dc into next 4sts, ch1, sl st, into first shell point, ch1, dc into same st, dc into next st, 2dc into last st, sl st into dip. Repeat for opposite end.

LEFT SPEAR
Finger wrap od 6 wraps.

ROW 1: 8sc into circle

ROW 2: Att.yarn in first st, ch2 sl st, into dip, dc into same st, dc into next 2sts, ch1, sl st, into first shell point, ch1, dc into same st, dc into next 3 sts, tr, ch2, tr into last st.





NOTE: Rounds AFTER SPEARS, uses spaces and stitches. 

ROW 1: After adding 2 half spears. Att yarn in first spear point sp, ch1, 4sc, into same point, sc, into next 5sts, ch4, tr into sc, at dip, ch4 sc into next shell point, repeat to last ch4, sc in next 5sts of second spear, 4sc in point of half spear, TURN...
ROW 2: CONT. ch2 counts as first dc, dc in same st, dc in next 8sts, 4dc in next 10 x ch4 loops ONLY, to the spear, dc in next 5sts, dc in next 3sts, 2dc in last st. [60dc] 


NOTE: MAKE SURE YOU GO BACK TO THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE MOTIF FOR ROUND 3

ROW 3: Att yarn in first st, ch2 counts as first dc, dc in same st, dc in next 2sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 21sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 8 sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 21sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 2sts, 2dc in last sp. [66dc]

ROW 4: 'v' stitch rounds, Att. yarn in first sp, ch4 dc in same sp, miss 2sts, dc, ch3 dc, in next st, repeat to end, dc ch2 dc in last sp. [23'V' sts]

ROW 5: Basically a repeat of round 4 BUT...using tr, ch3 tr, for your 'v's and start with ch5 [counts as tr, ch2 sp], tr, in same sp, and at the end you finish with tr, ch2 tr, in last sp. [23 'v' sts]





JOINING BORDER

ROW 1: Granny shells, att yarn, 4dc, ch1, 3dc, ch1, repeat the 3dc ch1, to end, in the last ch1 sp, 4dc. [23 granny shell]

ROW 2: JOIN AS YOU GO ROUND, Att. yarn in first sp, between the fist and second dc, dc, sl st to make first join into the 16th sp, 3dc sl st into the spaces, until you have joined 9 sps, you should be at the flat section of the join, join the next 6 sps. then cont. to do the 3dc ch1 to the end of the half motif.



MAKE AND JOIN 4 OF THESE HALF MOTIFS EITHER SIDE OF THE THROW. 

Because the other two sides are not actually half motifs 
AND IM TRYING MY BEST TO STAY IN FRONT OF YOU ALL WITH THIS CAL....
I decided to do a ripple band for the other 2 sides.

If you know me well, i dont usually do half motifs i'd much rather keep the decorative edges created but for this pattern i have added one half motif for you all x

RIPPLE SIDES PATTERN
Monday 6TH APRIL 2020 

Friday, 27 March 2020

CoronaCal: The whole pattern so far up to joining 'eyes'

This has been created to help all Hookers get through these insane times.

 Take your mind off the anxiety we are all feeling, hopefully give you a little down time to relax and be creative.
Stay safe everyone

This has been created to help all Hookers get through these insane times.

 Take your mind off the anxiety we are all feeling, hopefully give you a little down time to relax and be creative.
Stay safe everyone

CORONACAL PROGRAMME:
21st March 2020: Flat pattern Oval/eye motif
22nd March 2020: Textured pattern Oval/eye motif. 
All the colour combinations I have used so far.



27th March 2020: A new colour combo [fancy one in orange, pinks and purples] Joining the motifs in rows or 4 in a round

FURTHER PARTS TO FOLLOW AT WEEKLY INTERVALS
Half motif
2nd Infill Motif
Borders
Plus more colour ways but i'm sure you will also have lots of colour combo's to

 Share on my Facebook group here...

Sue Pinner's Granny Squares FBGroup 

Join the group to share your makes

I love to see your first motif made..i bet there will be some by this afternoon? lol

CoronaCal
US Terms

YARN: 11 COLOURS of Aran smaller version in DK 
If you wanted to make a wrap and not a blanket then a 3mm hook and 4ply yarn could be used too
HOOK: 5mm for Aran,  4mm for dk, 3mm for 4ply

SIZE: approx. 12" x 18" in Aran for oval/eye motif minus the joining band

NOTES:
Change colour every round except rounds 1 and 2 after the spears have been added.
To start all rounds ch1 counts as first sc
ch2 counts as the first dc.
ch3 counts as the first tr.

ARAN COLOURS FOR FIRST MOTIF IN ORDER OF USE
1: SPICE
2: POMEGRANITE
3: PALE ROSE
4: PISTACHIO
5:SAGE
6: CAMEL
7: GOLD

SPEARS
1:  POMEGRANITE
2: PISTACHIO

OUTER BAND
1:SAFFRON
2: SPICE
3: STORM BLUE
4: DENIM

JOINING BAND not in the picture
1: CREAM
2: CAMEL




BASIC FLAT PATTERN
I didn't think you would need pictures for the first few rounds, but if anyone needs them please leave me a message and i can ad pictures to help you

Finger wrap of 6 wraps OR ch4 sl st into a circle.
ROUND 1: 12sc into circle, sl st to complete. [12sc]

ROUND 2: 2dc, into each st, sl st to complete.[24dc]

ROUND 3: 3dc in the sp, between each pair of dc of previous round. [36dc]

ROUND 4: sc in every st, sl st to complete. [36sc]

ROUND 5: Hdc in first 2 sts, 2hdc in next st, repeat, sl st to complete. [48hdc]

ROUND 6: [double 'v' st] att. yarn in 2nd hdc, of round before, 2tr, ch3, 2tr, in same st, miss 3sts, repeat in next second hdc, miss 3 sts, repeat to end, sl st to complete. [12 Double 'v' sts]

ROUND 7: att, yarn in any sp, between the double 'v' st, 3dc, ch3, 3dc [shell st], in next ch3 sp, sc, in next sp between, repeat, sl st to complete. 
[12 shell sts]

ADD A SPEAR TO EACH END OF CIRCULAR MOTIF
If you have made the Spinning top Blanket this is the same shape but only 2 to make for this blanket, ONE FOR EACH END


DIAMOND/SPEAR SHAPE INFIL  
TIP: Can i suggest beginners do one with out the join as you go to get the feel of the pattern before trying to join it, but if you feel able to go ahead and join as you go with the first then have fun
PATTERN
A finger wrap of 6 wraps





ROUND 1: 12sc, into the circle

ROUND 2: Change col. Starting in any st but you are doing the outer point first, ch6, counts as first tr and ch3 point,
1tr into the same st,


1dc, into the next 3sts,



dc, ch3, dc, into the next st, (side point and where you join using the 2nd ch st, replacing it with a sl st to join the a shell point), 



1dc into the next st, 1dc, ch3 1dc, into the next st (bottom point, join as you go replacing the second ch st, with a sl st tp join to the dip) 


 

1dc in the next st, 1dc, ch3, 1dc, into next st, (second side point, join as you go replacing the 2nd ch for a sl st to join the the point of a shell st), 


complete with 1dc, in next 3sts, 


sl st into the 3rd ch st, of the ch6 loop, to complete

NOTE: Use the second ch st on each point to join the diamond/spear to the dip and points of the shells of round 7.


BAND AROUND THE OVAL/EYE MOTIF

NOTE: ROUNDS 1 AND 2 ARE IN THE SAME COLOUR

ROUND 1: Att. yarn in top point of spear, 7sc, in the ch3 point, sc in next 5sts, [this is the side of the spear],  ch4, tr into the next dip, ch4, sc into next point, repeat the [ch4, tr, into dip ch4 sc], 4 more times sc into next 5sts, ]this is the side of the spear], repeat along the second side, sl st to complete, cont. round 2 in same col.

ROUND 2: continue from this point with, dc in first 3 sts, at point, dc, ch2, dc in next st, [this is the top point of the motif], dc in all the sts to ch4 sp, 4dc in each ch4 sp,repeat dc, in the sc at side of spear, dc, ch2, dc, at top point, repeat 4dc in each ch4 sp, sl st to complete. [116dc]

ROUND 3: Att. yarn in ch2 point, ch5 counts as first dc and ch3 sp, dc in same point, dc in next 2 sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 21sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 8 sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 21sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 2sts, dc, ch2, dc, in point repeat down 2nd side, sl st into 2nd ch st, of first ch5 to complete. 

ROUND 4: Single 'v' st, round. att. yarn on either point, ch5 counts as first dc and ch3 sp, dc in same sp, miss 2sts, dc, ch3 dc,  'v' st, in next stitch, miss 2 sts repeat to end, sl st to complete. [44'v'sts]

ROUND 5: Att yarn in any 'v' repeat round 4 using tr, not dc. [44 'v' sts]

ROUND 6: Att. cream in the 'v' st, at a point, 3dc, ch3, 3dc, in same ch3 sp, ch1, 3dc in next ch3 sp, ch1, 3dc in next ch3 sp, repeat to 2nd point. 3dc, ch3, 3dc in point, repeat 3dc in each ch3 sp, sl st, to complete. [46 Granny Shells]

JOINING MOTIFS TOGETHER
THE JOINING WILL DEPEND ON YOUR CHOICE OF BLANKET

ROUND 7: JOIN AS YOU GO ROUND, 
This is another granny shell round, but the numbers joined will be different for each option so leave this round until you have all your motifs made.
PART 2 of the CoronaCal, will be the joining and will be posted next 
Friday 27th March 

That completes the CoronaCal motif without the joining round

MAKE: ??????
Depends on the blanket you want to make
Joined in runs of 3 or 4 with the next row inset into the dips...

Joined with a centre of 4 in the same colour way?

Or in groups of 4, all different or all the same?


Or in rows with a second infilled shape?



lots to think about with the colours, all different and make a scrap blanket, a great stash buster? 
Or a well planned repeat colour motif in a pattern?
Then there will be the joining?

TEXTURED MOTIF PATTERN
There will also be a textured oval/eye motif tomorrow, for you to make if you prefer.

Otherwise all parts will be at weekly intervals  



ALL TO COME IN PARTS 2, 3 AND 4 and 5 maybe a 6th part too.

OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS

Stay Safe and Happy Hooking

Part 2: TEXTURED OVAL/EYE MOTIF
Starting todays post with all 4 of the colour combinations i have used, but with 11 colours, there are many you could use so be creative and mix them up if you want to.

US TERMS
ARAN....5mm Hook, for a Blanket 
DK....4mm Hook, for a Throw
4PLY...3mm Hook, for a Wrap

WEIGHT
Made in ARAN, each eye motif weight approx 56g for the flat pattern, 
approx. 76g for the Textured centre eye pattern before the outer bands

COLOUR
11 Stylecraft Aran/dk colours

1ST COLOUR COMBO
1: SPICE
2: POMEGRANITE
3: PALE ROSE
4: PISTACHIO
5:SAGE
6: CAMEL
7: GOLD

SPEARS

1:  POMEGRANITE
2: PISTACHIO

OUTER BAND

1:SAFFRON
2: SPICE
3: STORM BLUE
4: DENIM

JOINING BAND 

1: CREAM
2: CAMEL

2nd COLOUR COMBO
1: PISTACHIO
2: SAGE
3: STORM BLUE
4:SPICE
5: GOLD
6: SAFFRON
7: SPICE

SPEARS
1: PISTACHIO
2: STORM BLUE

OUTER BAND
1: PISTACHIO
2: SAGE
3: POMIGRANITE
4: SPICE

JOINING BAND
1: CREAM
2: CAMEL

3RD COLOUR COMBO
1: STORM BLUE
2: PISTACHIO
3: SPICE
4: POMEGRANITE
5: CAMEL
6: SAGE
7: STORM BLUE

SPEARS
1: SAFFRON
2: SPICE

OUTER BAND
1: PISTACHIO
2: SAGE
3: CAMEL
4 GOLD

JOINING BAND
1: CREAM
2: CAMEL 

4TH COLOUR COMBO
1:PALE ROSE
2: PISTACHIO
3: POMEGRANITE
4: GOLD
5: SPICE
6: STORM BLUE
7: PISTACHIO

SPEARS
1: CAMEL
2: PALE ROSE

OUTER BAND
1:SAFFRON
2: CAMEL
3: SAGE
4: STORM BLUE

JOINING BAND
1: CREAM
2: CAMEL

Please feel free to use your stash and create your own fabulous colour combos, or substitute one or other of the colours you might not have,

A great stash buster so no cost involved..win, win, especially as we are all on lock down or your local wool shop is closed...
very quiet here, the earth is healing slowly.


PART 2: TEXTURED CENTRE EYE MOTIF
This is a deeply textured centre using popcorn stitch, bobble stitch , working into front and back of the stitches and an extra raised leaf round into the front of the st.










IF YOU NEED EXTRA HELP WITH MY METHOD OF POPCORN USE THIS POST

POPCORN STITCH LINK CLICK

US Terms

Finger wrap of 10 wraps
ROUND 1: 12sc into circle, sl st to complete. [12sc]

ROUND 2: Popcorn stitch of 5tr, ch2 between, att. yarn in any st, ch2 counts as first tr, 4tr, into same st, turn to the back and sl st into sp between ch2 and first dc, [this is the only time you use this sp], ch2, 5dc into next st, turn sl st, into ch2 sp, repeat for the remaining 10sts, sl st to complete. [12 popcorn sts]

ROUND 3: Bobble Stitch, Att. yarn in the ch2 sp, between popcorns, 5htr, hold st, on hook, draw last st through all sts on hook, ch1, sl st into NEXT st, repeat in all sts, sl st, to complete. [12 Bobble sts]

ROUND 4: Att. yarn in sp, between bobble 4dc in each sp, sl st to complete. [48dc]

ROUND 5: WORK INTO THE BACK LOOP OF THIS STITCH ONLY 
Att, yarn in first st, of any group of 4, ch2 counts as first dc, dc in next 3 sts, ch2, dc in next 4sts, ch2 repeat to end, sl st to complete.
 [48dc, 12 ch2 sp]

EXTRA LEAF ROUND
Work into the front loops of round 4sts, to create a raised leaf look.
Att. same colour yarn as round 4, in the first st, ch2, dc into same st, dc in next st, ch2 sl st into same st, repeat this in every 2 sts to give 24 small leaves

FROM HERE IT IS THE SAME AS THE FLAT PATTERN

ROUND 6: [double 'v' st] att. yarn in 2nd hdc, of round before, 2tr, ch3, 2tr, in same st, miss 3sts, repeat in next second hdc, miss 3 sts, repeat to end, sl st to complete. [12 Double 'v' sts]

ROUND 7: att, yarn in any sp, between the double 'v' st, 3dc, ch3, 3dc [shell st], in next ch3 sp, sc, in next sp between, repeat, sl st to complete. 
[12 shell sts]

CONTINUE WITH THE FLAT PATTERN
Add 2 spears and the final bands, leave round 8 for Part 3: Joining. 

NEW YAR: TEXTURED EYE MOTIF IN WENDY AURORA




PART 3: Friday 27th March 2020 
Joining motifs together in the round and side by side for 2 options of the CoronaCAL
In the round in blocks of 4 or 2

Side by side

PART 3: JOINING


Round 8 is a repeat of round 7, 3dc, in every sp, ch1 between and 3dc, ch3, 3dc in each point for the first 'eye' 
The first completed 'eye' should have 24 granny shells each side 48 in total including the granny shells at the points, 
[3dc with ch1 between] and 3dc ch3 3dc at points]

To join the 2nd eye to the first at the centre 6 granny shells......leaving 9 granny shells each side of the joined 6 granny shells.

ROUND 8: joining 2nd to first eye.


Att, yarn in either point,  3dc, ch3, 3dc, in ch3 point, ch1, 3dc, in first sp,  repeat in next 7sps, sl st into 9th side sp, of first completed eye, 
[replacing the ch st, with a sl st], 

 Then join the next 6 granny shells sps, [centre 6 of the 24 granny shells], 

cont. to do 3dc ch1, in the next 8 side sps, to the next point, 3dc ch3 3dc, in the 2nd point, ch1, 3dc ch1, in all sps, of second side,

 sl st into first/last granny shell to complete.

MIDDLE ROW: 9 Granny shells, 6 joined granny shells and 9 granny shells.....
2 EYE'S JOINED TOGETHER.

Repeat, joining the middle 6 granny shell sps, for a row of 4 eye motifs.

INSET JOIN:

Att yarn in a point, 3dc, ch3, 3dc, ch1 between side granny shells, complete the 15 granny shells and ch sps, then inset the point into a dip with 3dc, sl st, and 3dc, ch1, sl st, ch1 3dc at point, and the 9 side sps, then continue with the 3dc ch1, sl st to complete.



10 'EYE' MOTIF'S...
Join the Centres of the centre row of 4 first
Then inset 3 'EYE' motifs each side

Bit of a tidy up in the Studio i think and some Chill out time in the garden over the weekend for me..and a few cuddles with Splodge... 

This will give you a Throw of approx 47/49" x 66/68" 

Next post will be Friday 3rd APRIL:
HALF MOTIFS

STAY SAFE AND HAPPY HOOKING 


PART 4: HALF EYE MOTIF

US Terms

Finger wrap of 5 wraps.
NOTE: The first anchor st doesn't count, so the first st of made by the anchor and the first sc, you need 8sc to work into for the 2nd round.

SOME Rounds are worked into spaces and some into stitches.

ROW 1: 8sc into the circle.  [8sts]


 ROW 2: att, yarn in first st, ch2,  2dc into next 6sts, 1dc in last st. [14dc]


ROW 3: Att. yarn in fist sp, ch2, dc in same sp, miss 2sts, 3dc in next 5sps,  2dc in last sp. [5x 3dc, 2 x 2dc]



NOTE:  The firsts ts can be a little hidden, so dont miss it!

ROW 4: Att. yarn in first sp, sc in same sp, sc in next 17sts, 2sc in last sp. [21sc]


ROW 5: Att. yarn in fist sts, ch1 [counts as first hdc] 1hdc, in same st, 1hdc, in next st, 2hdc, in next st, 1hdc in next 2sts, 2hdc in next st repeat the 1hdc in next 2stsm 2hdc in next stitch to last 2sts, 1hdc in next st, 2hdc in last st.
[28hdc]

ROW 6: Double 'v' stitch round. Att. yarn in first st, ch3 [counts as first tr], miss 2sts, 2tr, ch3 2tr into next st, miss 3sts, 2tr, ch3, 2tr in next st, repeat to last 3 sts, miss 2sts, 1tr in last st. [2x1tr, 6 x double tr, 'v' sts]


ROW 7: Shell stitch round. Att, yarn in first sp, 3dc, ch3 3dc, in ch3 sp, sc in next sp, repeat to end, sc in last sp. [6 x shells stitch of 3dc ch3 2dc]




RIGHT AND LEFT HALF SPEARSLOOKING AT THE MOTIF FLAT SIDE DOWN
RIGHT SPEAR
Finger wrap of 6 wraps.
ROW1: Att yarn, in first st, ch5, tr into same st, dc into next 4sts, ch1, sl st, into first shell point, ch1, dc into same st, dc into next st, 2dc into last st, sl st into dip. Repeat for opposite end.

LEFT SPEAR
Finger wrap od 6 wraps.

ROW 1: 8sc into circle

ROW 2: Att.yarn in first st, ch2 sl st, into dip, dc into same st, dc into next 2sts, ch1, sl st, into first shell point, ch1, dc into same st, dc into next 3 sts, tr, ch2, tr into last st.



NOTE: Rounds AFTER SPEARS, uses spaces and stitches. 

ROW 1: After adding 2 half spears. Att yarn in first spear point sp, ch1, 4sc, into same point, sc, into next 5sts, ch4, tr into sc, at dip, ch4 sc into next shell point, repeat to last ch4, sc in next 5sts of second spear, 4sc in point of half spear, TURN...
ROW 2: CONT. ch2 counts as first dc, dc in same st, dc in next 8sts, 4dc in next 10 x ch4 loops ONLY, to the spear, dc in next 5sts, dc in next 3sts, 2dc in last st. [60dc] 


NOTE: MAKE SURE YOU GO BACK TO THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE MOTIF FOR ROUND 3

ROW 3: Att yarn in first st, ch2 counts as first dc, dc in same st, dc in next 2sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 21sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 8 sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 21sts, 2dc in next st, dc in next 2sts, 2dc in last sp. [66dc]

ROW 4: 'v' stitch rounds, Att. yarn in first sp, ch4 dc in same sp, miss 2sts, dc, ch3 dc, in next st, repeat to end, dc ch2 dc in last sp. [23'V' sts]

ROW 5: Basically a repeat of round 4 BUT...using tr, ch3 tr, for your 'v's and start with ch5 [counts as tr, ch2 sp], tr, in same sp, and at the end you finish with tr, ch2 tr, in last sp. [23 'v' sts]



JOINING BORDER

ROW 1: Granny shells, att yarn, 4dc, ch1, 3dc, ch1, repeat the 3dc ch1, to end, in the last ch1 sp, 4dc. [23 granny shell]

ROW 2: JOIN AS YOU GO ROUND, Att. yarn in first sp, between the fist and second dc, dc, sl st to make first join into the 16th sp, 3dc sl st into the spaces, until you have joined 9 sps, you should be at the flat section of the join, join the next 6 sps. then cont. to do the 3dc ch1 to the end of the half motif.



MAKE AND JOIN 4 OF THESE HALF MOTIFS EITHER SIDE OF THE THROW. 

Because the other two sides are not actually half motifs 
AND IM TRYING MY BEST TO STAY IN FRONT OF YOU ALL WITH THIS CAL....
I decided to do a ripple band for the other 2 sides.

If you know me well, i dont usually do half motifs i'd much rather keep the decorative edges created but for this pattern i have added one half motif for you all x

RIPPLE SIDES PATTERN
Monday 6TH APRIL 2020