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Comments: I hope you will like my personal version of those little items used to keep open your curtains (if you can suggest how you call them in English, let me know).
Size : 4 x 8 inches (10 x 20 cm)
Material : Worsted Weight Yarn , color A=violet and B=white, Hook no.4.5 (US=G/6), a button; you may want to give a look to my virtual store if you need materials.
Stitches :sl st, sc, dc, ch
Start with A, 24 ch
1. sc in ea ch; 1 ch, turn
2. *sc in next st, ch, (dc in next st) 3 times, sk 2 st* Repeat * to * along row; 1 ch, turn.
3.*sc in next st, ch, 3 dc in next ch sp* Repeat * to * along row ending with a sc in last st; 1 ch, turn.
4..*sc in next st, ch, 3 dc in next ch sp* Repeat * to * along row ending with a sc in last st; 1 ch, turn.
5.*sc in next st, ch, 3 dc in next ch sp* Repeat * to * along row; ending with (sc, ch, 3 dc) in last sc (=increment); 1 ch, turn.
6-9.Like Row 3
10.sc in ea sc. Cut A.
Join B in a corner at beginning of the left short sides;
1. 1 ch, sc all around, distributing uniformely scs on shortest sides, and making 3 sc in corners st; join with sl st in first sc. Now work only on the left short side you joined B in:
2. sc on ea sc of the side;1 ch, turn;
3.sc on ea dc on first half of the side, 4 ch, sc on ea rem sc. 1 ch, turn
4.sc on ea sc, sc in ea ch of the 4-ch loop (the buttonhole). Cut thread, weave in ends
Sew a botton at the middle of the right short side , corresponding to buttonhole
Variation: instead of the button, you can use a hook-and-eye closure, or a automatic closure. In these cases, do not crochet the buttonhole.
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