Thursday, January 24, 2013

Free Crochet Baby Fisherman Outfit Pattern

BOOTIES
Size: 6 months
Materials: 
Sport Weight Yarn, approx 1.5 ounces (40 gr)
Crochet hook size H (5 mm) or size needed for gauge
Yarn needle

Gauge: In sc, 4 sts = 1", 9 rows = 2"

Free crochet patterns - download today! Pattern Stitches Used: Low Ridge Front, Ribbing, Cable and Ball.
Note: Before beginning to work, it will be helpful to read the General Instructions thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the pattern stitches used.

INSTRUCTIONS

(Make 2)
Row 1: Ch 26 loosely, sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch 1, turn (now and throughout): 24 sc.
Rows 2‑5: Work LRF (Figs. 3a & b), working first slip st in 2nd st and last slip st in turning ch (Figs. 1a & b).

Row 6: Work Rib across next 7 sts, work Cable pattern Row 1 (Figs. 4a‑d) across remaining sts: 5 Cables. 

Row 7: Work Cable pattern Row 2, working Rib over last 7 sts. 

Note: Continue to work Rib each row in same manner. 

Rows 8‑13: Work LRF. 

Row 14 (Increase row): Work Rib, sc in next 3 sts, work extended single crochet (abbreviated ex sc) in next st as follows: pull up loop in st, YO, draw through 1 loop, YO, draw through 2 loops (ex sc made)work ex sc in same st (increase made), sc in remaining sts: 25 sts. 

Row 15: Sc in next 12 sts, work 2 ex sc in each of next 2 sts, sc in next 3 sts, work Rib: 27 sts. 

Row 16: Work Rib, sc in next 3 sts, ex sc in next 3 sts, 2 ex sc in next st, sc in remaining sts: 28 sts. 

Rows 17‑23: Work sc in each sc, Rib in Rib. 

Row 24 (Decrease row): Work Rib, sc in next 3 sts, dec over next 2 sts as follows: (pull up loop in next st, YO, draw through 1 loop) twice, YO, draw through all 3 loops (dec made), ex sc in next 2 sts, dec over next 2 sts, sc in remaining sts: 26 sts. 

Row 25: Sc in next 12 sts, dec over next 2 sts, sc in next 4 sts, work Rib: 25 sts. 

Row 26: Work Rib, sc in next 3 sts, dec over next 2 sts, sc in remaining sts: 24 sts. 

Row 27: Sc across, work Rib; do not finish off.

FINISHING
Seams: With wrong sides together, slip st inserting hook under both loops of first st of last row and through the first free loop of beginning ch, slip st in each st across in the same manner; finish off leaving a 12" end. Turn wrong side out, folding piece with the Cable in the center. With the 12" end, sew across the toe, pulling the sts tightly so that the seam will be slightly gathered. 

Tie: Work Ball (Figs. 8a & b), make a 12" chain; finish off leaving a 36" end. 

With right side facing, start on the left side of Cable. Working under the LRF of the 4th st from the top of bootie, pull the tie end under 4th st of each ridge until the last Rib remains. Pull up loop in 2nd ch from end, work a Ball; finish off.


PANTS
Sizes: 6, 12, and 18 months

Size Note: Instructions are written for size 6 months, with sizes 12 and 18 months in braces { }. Instructions will be easier to read, if you circle all the numbers pertaining to your size.

Materials: 
Sport Weight Yarn, approx 5 {6-7} oz [140{170-200} grams]
Crochet hook size H (5 mm) or size needed for gauge
½" Elastic - ⅔ {¾-¾} yards
Yarn needle

Gauge: In sc, 4 sts = 1", 9 rows = 2"

Pattern Stitches Used: Low Ridge Front, Ribbing, Cable and Fisherman Popcorn.

Note: Before beginning to work, it will be helpful to read the General Instructions thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the pattern stitches used.

INSTRUCTIONS 
(Make 2)


Note: Unless otherwise instructed, always work first sc in 2nd st and last sc in turning ch (Figs. 1a & b), and always ch 1 to turn. 

Row 1: Ch 4 loosely, sc in 3rd ch from hook, 2 sc in last ch; ch 4, turn: 3 sc. 

Row 2: Sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each st across, working 2 sc in turning ch: 7 sc. 

Row 3: Ch 1, turn; sc in each st across, working 2 sc in turning ch; ch 4, turn: 8 sc. 

Rows 4 thru 5 {7‑9}: Repeat Rows 2 and 3, 1{2-3} time(s) more13 {18-23} sc. 

Row 6 {8-10}: Repeat Row 2; ch 26 {29-30}, turn: 17 {22-27} sc. 

Row 7 {9-11}: Repeat Row 2; ch 4, turn: 43 {51-57} sc. 

Row 8 {10-12}: Sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each st across: 46 {54-60} sc. 

Row 9 {11-13}: Sc in each st across, working 2 sc in turning ch; ch 4, turn: 47 {55-61} sc. 

Rows 10 {12-14} and 11 {13-15}: Repeat Rows 8 {10-12} and 9 {11-13}: 51 {59-65} sc. 

Row 12 {14-16}: Repeat Row 8 {10-12}: 54 {62-68} sc. 

Row 13 {15-17}: Sc in each st across, working 2 sc in turning ch; ch 5, turn: 55 {63-69} sc.

Row 14 {16-18}: Sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each st across: 59 {67-73} sc. 

Row 15 {17-19}: Sc in each st across: 59 {67-73} sc. 

Rows 16 {18-20} and 17 {19-21}: Work LRF (Figs. 3a & b). 

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Rows 18 {20-22} and 19 {21-23}: Work Rib across next 6 {8-8} sts, work Cable pattern (Figs. 4a‑d) over remaining sts: 17 {19-21} Cables. 

Rows 20 {22-24} and 21 {23-25}: Work LRF. 

Note: Work Rib over 6 {8-8} sts every row through Row 47 {59-61}. 

Row 22 {24-26}: Work Rib, work FPC pattern Row 1 (see General Instructions) beginning at . Do not work in turning ch at end of row. 

Note: For 12 months size only, end by working sc in last st in place of PC. 

Rows 23 {25-27} thru 26 {28‑30}: Work FPC pattern Rows 2‑5, beginning pattern Rows 3 and 5 at 

Note: For an even edge, end pattern Row 3 {5-3} by working sc in turning ch in place of PC. 

Row 27 {29-31}: Work FPC Finishing Row, ending by working 2 sc in ch prior to Rib, work Rib. 

Rows 28 {30-32} and 29 {31-33}: Work LRF.

For 12 and 18 months sizes ONLY
Rows {32‑34} thru {35‑37}: Repeat Rows {20-22} thru {23-25}.
All Sizes
Rows 30 {36-38} thru 33 {41‑43}: Work Rib in Rib, sc in each sc. 

Rows 34 {42-44} thru 41 {55-57}: Repeat Rows 20 {18-20}thru 27 {31-33}. 

Rows 42 {56-58} thru 47{59‑61}: Repeat Rows 16 {20-22} thru 21 {23‑25}. 

Row 48 {60-62}: Discontinue Rib, sc in each st across: 59 {67-73} sc. 

Row 49 {61-63} (Decrease Row): Sc until 5 sts plus turning ch remain, work dec over next 2 sts as follows: pull up loop in each of next 2 sts, YO, draw through all 3 loops on hook (dec made), do not work last 3 sts: 54 {62-68} sc. 

Row 50 {62-64}: Sc in each st across. 

Row 51 {63-65}: Sc until 4 sts plus turning ch remain, dec over next 2 sts: 50 {58-64} sc. 

Rows 52 {64-66} thru 55 {67‑69}: Repeat Rows 50 {62-64} and 51 {63-65} twice: 42 {50-56} sc. 

Row 56 {68-70}: Sc until 25 {28-29} sts plus turning ch remain, work dec over next 2 sts: 17 {22-27} sc. 

Row 57 {69-71}: Sc until 4 sts plus turning ch remain, dec over next 2 sts: 13 {18-23} sc. 

Row 58 {70-72}: Sc until 1 st plus turning ch remain, dec over last st and turning ch: 12 {17-22} sc. 

Rows 59 {71-73} thru 61 {75‑79}: Repeat Rows 57 {69-71} and 58 {70-72} until 3 sts remain. Finish off.

FINISHING
Seams: Fold each piece with right sides together, loosely overcast the inseam. Turn one leg inside out; place the other leg inside, so right sides are facing. Loosely overcast the front and back seam. 
Waistband 
Row 1: With right side facing, join yarn at waist seam, working in row edges, sc evenly around; join with slip st to first sc; ch 1, turn. 

Row 2: Working in FLO to form turning ridge, sc in each st around; join, ch 3, turn. 

Row 3: Dc in each sc around; join to 3rd ch of beginning ch‑3, finish off leaving a 28" end for sewing. 

Cut elastic 1" less than desired waist measurement; sew firmly in a circle. Place elastic along wrong side of Waistband, fold Waistband to inside along turning ridge and sew in place being careful not to catch the elastic.


SWEATER
Sizes: 6, 12, and 18 months

Size Note: Instructions are written for size 6 months, with sizes 12 and 18 months in braces { }. Instructions will be easier to read, if you circle all the numbers pertaining to your size.

Materials: 
Sport Weight Yarn, approx 4 {5-6} oz, [110 {140-170} gr]
Crochet hook size H (5 mm) or size needed for gauge
½" Buttons - 4 {4-5}
Yarn needle

Gauge: In sc, 4 sts = 1", 9 rows = 2"

Pattern Stitches Used: Low Ridge Front, Ribbing, Cable, Knurl, Fisherman Popcorn and Woven Stitch.


Note: Before beginning to work, it will be helpful to read the General Instructions thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the pattern stitches used.


INSTRUCTIONS
BACK

Note: Unless otherwise instructed always ch 1 to turn. 

Row 1: Ch 40 {42-48} loosely, sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across: 38 {40-46} sc. 

Rows 2 and 3: Work LRF (Figs. 3a & b), working first slip st in 2nd st and last slip st in turning ch (Figs. 1a & b). 

Note: Work Rib (See General Instructions,  Ribbing) over 6 {8-8} sts each row throughout.

For 12 and 18 months sizes ONLY

Rows 4 and 5: Work Rib, work Cable pattern (Figs. 4a‑d) across remaining sts: {10-12} Cables. 

Rows 6 and 7: Work LRF.

All Sizes
Rows 4 {8-8} thru 8 {12‑12}: Work Rib, work FPC (see General Instructions), beginning pattern Rows 1, 3 and 5 at 

Note: For an even edge, end pattern Row 3 {3-1 & 5} by working sc in turning ch in place of PC. 

Row 9 {13-13}: Work FPC Finishing Row, work Rib. 

Rows 10 {14-14} and 11 {15-15}: Work LRF. 

Rows 12 {16-16} and 13 {17-17}: Work Rib, work Cable pattern (see General Instructions): 10 {10-12} Cables. 

Rows 14 {18-18} and 15 {19-19}: Work LRF. 

Row 16 {20-20}: Work Rib, work WS pattern Row 1 (Figs. 9a‑c), skipping next st after Rib, and ending by working in turning ch: 16 {16-19} WS. 

Rows 17 {21-21} thru 26 {30‑32}: Work WS pattern Row 2 for 10 {10-12} rows: 16 {16-19} WS. 

Row 27 {31-33}: Work WS Finishing Row, working 1 sc between first 2 WS, work Rib. 

Rows 28 {32-34} thru 33 {37-39}: Repeat Rows 10 {14-14} thru 15 {19‑19}. 

Rows 34 {38-40} thru 41{49‑51}: Repeat Rows 4 {8-8} thru 11 {19‑19}. Finish off.

RIGHT FRONT
Rows 1  thru 15 {19‑19}: Work same as Back. Finish off.

LEFT FRONT
Row 1: Work same as Back. 

Rows 2 thru 7: Work Rows 10 {2-2} thru 15 {7‑7} of Back. 

Rows 8 thru 15 {19-19}: Work Rows 4 {8-8} thru 11 {19‑19} of Back. Finish off.

SLEEVE (Make 2)
Row 1: Ch 23 {25-29} loosely, sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch 1, turn: 21 {23-27} sc. 

Row 2 (Increase row): Work Rib in next 5 {6-7} sts (now and throughout), sc in remaining sts, working 2 sc in turning ch (increase made); ch 1, turn: 22 {24-28} sc. 

Row 3 (Increase row): Work sc in first st (st at base of turning ch) (increase made), sc across, work Rib: 23 {25-29} sc. 

Rows 4 thru 5 {7‑7}: Repeat Rows 2 and 3, 1 {2-2} time(s): 25 {29-33} sc. 

Rows 6 {8-8} and 7{9-9}: Work LRF. 

Rows 8 {10-10} and 9 {11-11}: Work Cable, work Rib: 6 {7-8} Cables. 

Rows 10 {12-12} and 11{13-13}: Work LRF. 

Row 12 {14-14}: Work FPC pattern Row 1, beginning at , work Rib. (Note: On 12 months size only, end row by working sc in last st in place of PC, do not work in turning ch. On 18 months size only, end row by working sc in turning ch in place of PC.) 

Rows 13 {15-15} thru 20 {22‑26}: Work FPC pattern Rows 2‑5, 2 {2-3} times, beginning pattern Rows 3 and 5 at 

Note: For an even edge, end FPC pattern Row 3 {5-5} by working sc in turning ch in place of PC. 

Row 21 {23-27}: Work FPC Finishing Row. (Note: On 12 months size only, end row by working 2 sc in ch prior to Rib.) 

Rows 22 {24-28} thru 27 {29-33}: Repeat Rows 6 {8-8} thru 11 {13‑13}. 

Row 28 {30-34} (Decrease Row): Work Rib, sc across to last st, decrease (abbreviated dec) over last st and turning ch as follows: pull up loop in each of next 2 sts, YO, draw through all 3 loops (dec made): 24 {28-32} sc. 

Row 29 {31-35} (Decrease row): Dec over next 2 sts, sc across, work Rib: 23 {27-31} sc. 

Rows 30 {32-36} thru 31{35‑39}: Repeat Rows 28 {30-34} thru 29 {31-35}, 1 {2-2} time(s): 21 {23-27} sc. Finish off.

FINISHING
Shoulder Seams: With right sides together, matching Front and Back patterns, sew shoulder seams. 

Placket & Collar
Row 1:
 Join yarn at bottom corner of Right Front, sc in each st across Front, sc in edge of each WS row along Back, sc in free loops of beginning ch on Left Front; ch 1, turn: 88 {92-106} sc. 

Row 2: Sc in next 36 {38-44} sts, dec twice, sc in next 8 {8-10} sts, dec twice, sc in each st across; ch 1, turn:
84 {88-102} sc. 

Row 3: Sc in next 30 {32-37} sts, 2 sc in each of next 10 {10-11} sts, sc in next 4 {4-6} sts, 2 sc in each of next 10 {10-11} sts, sc in each st across; ch 1, turn: 104 {108-124} sc. 

Rows 4 thru 8: Sc in each st across. 

Row 9 (Buttonhole Row): Sc in next st,  ch 2, skip next 2 sts, sc in next 5 sts; rep from  2 {2-3} times more, ch 2, skip next 2 sts, sc in each st across; ch 1, do not turn. 

Row 10: Working in both loops, work Knurl pattern Row 2 (Figs. 5a‑d); finish off. 

Optional: With wrong side facing, work one row of sc evenly spaced along bottom edge and sleeve edges. 

Sleeve Seams: Match the center top of sleeve to the shoulder seam, stretching sleeve slightly to fit, sew in place. Sew side and underarm in one continuous seam. Sew on buttons.


MITTENS
Sizes: 6, 12, and 18 months

Size Note: Instructions are written for size 6 months, with size 12 in braces { }. Work 18 months same as for 12 months.

Materials: 
Sport Weight Yarn, approx 1.5 oz [40 gr]
Crochet hook size H (5 mm) or size needed for gauge
Yarn needle

Gauge: In sc, 4 sts = 1", 9 rows = 2"

Pattern Stitches Used: Low Ridge Front, Ribbing, Cable and Ball.

Note: Before beginning to work, it will be helpful to read the General Instructions thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the pattern stitches used.

INSTRUCTIONS
(Make 2)

Row 1: Ch 21 {22} loosely, sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across; ch 1, turn (now and throughout): 19 {20} sc. 

Rows 2 and 3: Work LRF (Figs. 3a & b), working first slip st in 2nd st and last slip st in turning ch (Figs. 1a & b)

Row 4: Work Ribover next 5 {6} sts, work Cable pattern Row 1 (Figs. 4a‑d) across remaining sts: 4 Cables. 

Row 5: Work Cable pattern Row 2, working Rib over last 5 {6} sts. 

Rows 6 thru 9: Work LRF. 

Rows 10 thru 27 {31}: Continue to work Rib each row in same manner, sc across remaining sts. Do not finish off.

FINISHING
Seams: With wrong sides together, slip st inserting hook under both loops of first st of last row and through the first free loop of beginning ch, slip st in each st across in the same manner; finish off leaving a 12" end. Turn wrong side out, folding piece with the Cable in the center. With the 12" end, sew across the tip, pulling the sts tightly so that the seam will be slightly gathered. 

Tie: Work Ball (Figs. 8a & b), make a 12" chain; finish off leaving a 36" end. 

With right side facing, start on the left side of Cable. Working under the LRF of the 4th st from top of mitten, pull tie end under 4th st of each ridge until the last Rib remains. Pull up loop in 2nd ch from end, work a Ball; finish off.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
ABBREVIATIONS
approx   approximately
ch(s)      chain(s)
dc          double crochet(s)
dec        decrease
ex sc     extended single crochet
FLO      Front Loop Only
FPC      Fisherman Popcorn
gr          gram(s)
LRF      Low Ridge Front
mm       millimeter(s)
patt       pattern
PC        popcorn
rep        repeat
Rib        Ribbing
sc          single crochet(s)
st(s)      stitch(es)
WS        woven stitch
YO        yarn over

SYMBOLS AND TERMS
work even – work without increasing or decreasing in 
established pattern.
 – work instructions following  as many more times as  indicated in addition to the first time. 
(  ) – work enclosed instructions as many times as specified  by the number immediately following orwork all enclosed instructions in the stitch or space indicated. 

GAUGE
Correct gauge is essential for proper sizing, and is extremely important in working Fisherman Crochet patterns, since each pattern may have a slightly different gauge. A slight variation in gauge will be multiplied and much more evident over a greater number of stitches. For instance, if you have 3½ stitches per inch instead of 4, a finished sweater will measure 11{11½-13}" long instead of 9½{10-11½}", a difference of 1½". Hook size given is merely a guide and should not be used without making a 4" sample swatch in the hook and yarn and patterns to be used in your piece. Measure the single crochet rows for standard gauge. If some of the pattern rows are shorter or longer than others, over the same number of stitches, change to a larger or smaller size hook for these rows. Keep trying until you find the size hook that will give you an even edge throughout. We have found that the Fisherman Popcorn, when repeated over several rows, requires a larger size hook, while Woven Stitch usually requires a smaller size hook. DO NOT HESITATE TO CHANGE HOOK SIZE TO OBTAIN CORRECT GAUGE.

PATTERN STITCHES
Photographs illustrate finished pattern rows, some of which  are made up of combinations of familiar crochet stitches. Techniques unique to Fisherman crochet are described below with the number of stitches required for a pattern repeat. Any changes that are necessary have been noted in individual instructions.

All patterns are worked into a foundation row of single crochet, which may be the ending row of the previous pattern.

To keep edges even at the end of each row, work first stitch into second loop (Fig. 1a) and last stitch into turning chain of previous row (Fig. 1b), unless otherwise instructed. 

Fig. 1a

Fig. 1b

Keep a constant stitch count to prevent losing a stitch or gaining an extra stitch.

LOW RIDGE FRONT (abbreviated LRF) – worked on any number of stitches, 2 rows.


Row 1: With right side facing and working loosely in Front Loop Only (abbreviated FLO) (Fig. 2) of previous row, slip st in next sc and in each sc across (Fig. 3a)ending by working slip st in turning ch; ch 1, turn.

Fig. 2


Fig. 3a                               


Row 2: 
Working in unused loop of previous row, sc in first sc and in each sc across (Fig. 3b), ending by working sc in turning sc; ch 1, turn.

Fig. 3b


RIBBING (abbreviated Rib) – worked on any number of stitches, 2 rows.

Row 1 and 2: Work LRF over the number of sts given, ending patt Row 2 by working over the number of sts given plus the ch at end of row.

Repeat Rows 1 and 2 for Ribbing.
CABLE STITCH – multiple of 3 sts plus 2, 2 rows.

Row 1: Working into previous row of sc, sc in next sc, ch 3 loosely, skip next 2 sc, sc in next sc (Fig. 4a), turn, sc in each ch just completed (Fig. 4b), slip st in next sc (sc before ch was begun) (Fig. 4c), turn, working behind ch‑3, sc in each of 2 skipped sc (Fig. 4d) ch 3 loosely, skip st where previous ch was attached and next 2 sc, sc in next sc, turn, sc in each ch just completed, slip st in next sc (sc before ch was begun), turn, working behind ch‑3, sc in each of 2 skipped sc; rep from  across, work sc in turning ch; ch 1, turn.

Fig. 4a
Fig. 4b
 Fig. 4c
Fig. 4d

Row 2:   Work 2 sc in next sc (behind cable), sc in next sc (behind same cable), skip sc where ch was attached on previous row; rep from  across, work 2 sc in turning ch; ch 1, turn.
Note: When also working Ribbing, end Row 2 by working 1 sc in st prior to Ribbing (same sc as first Cable), work Ribbing.

KNURL STITCH – worked on any number of stitches, 4 rows.


Row 1: Sc in next sc and in each sc across, ending by working sc in turning ch; ch 1, do not turn. 

Note: Next row is worked from left to rightkeep hook to left of work. 

Row 2: Working in front loop only (abbreviated FLO) (Fig. 2)  insert hook in stitch to right of hook(Fig. 5a)hook yarn and draw through, under and to left of loop on hook (2 loops on hook) (Fig. 5b), YO and draw yarn through both loops on hook (Fig. 5c) (Knurl made) (Fig. 5d)rep from  across, ending by working last st in turning ch; ch 1, do not turn.

Fig. 5a
Fig. 5b
 Fig. 5c
Fig. 5d

Row 3: Working in unused loop of previous row, sc in first sc and in each sc across, ending by working last sc in turning ch; ch 1, turn.
Row 4: Sc in next sc and in each sc across, ending by working last sc in turning ch; ch 1, turn.
POPCORN STITCH (abbreviated PC)
Work 4 sc into same st, drop loop from hook, insert hook into first sc of 4‑sc group, hook dropped loop(Fig. 6) and pull through, ch 1 to close (PC made).

Fig. 6

FISHERMAN POPCORN STITCH
(abbreviated FPC) – multiple of 4 plus 1, 4 rows. A larger size hook may be needed.

Row 1: Working into previous row of sc, sc in next sc,  ch 1, skip next sc, work PC in next sc (Fig. 6),ch 1, skip next sc, sc in next sc; rep from  across, ending by working in turning ch; ch 1, turn. 
Row 2: Working loosely, sc in first ch‑1 sp,  ch 1, sc in next ch‑1 sp; rep from  across, ending by working in turning ch; ch 1, turn. 
Row 3: PC in first ch‑1 sp,  ch 1, sc in next ch‑1 sp, ch 1, PC in next ch‑1 sp; rep from  across, ending by working in turning ch; ch 1, turn. 
Row 4: Repeat Row 2. 
Row 5: Sc in first ch‑1 sp,  ch 1, PC in next ch‑1 sp, ch 1, sc in next ch‑1 sp; rep from  across, ending by working in turning ch; ch 1, turn. 
Repeat Rows 2‑5 for pattern. 
Finishing Row: Work 2 sc in each ch‑1 sp across, ending by working sc in turning ch; ch 1, turn.
PUFF STITCH always worked after a ch.
Pull up loop on hook to ½", (YO, pull up ½" loop) 3 times in last ch, YO (Fig. 7), draw through all 7 loops, ch 1 to close.
Fig. 7
BALL worked at the beginning and end of a tie.
Ch 1, work Puff st (Fig. 7), work Puff st in closing ch of last Puff st (Fig. 8a), slip st in ch prior to first Puff st (Fig. 8b).

Fig. 8a


 Fig. 8b

WOVEN STITCH (abbreviated WS) – multiple of 2 sts, 1 row. A smaller size hook may be needed.
Row 1: YO, insert hook in next sc, hook yarn and pull up through stitch and one loop on hook, hook yarn(Fig. 9a), pull through both loops on hook, (First half of WS made); YO, insert hook in same sc, hook yarn (Fig. 9b), in one continuous motion pull yarn through stitch and both loops on hook (2nd half of WS made) (Fig. 9c) skip next sc, work WS in next sc; repeat from  across, do not work in turning ch; ch 2, turn.

Fig. 9a
Fig. 9b
Fig. 9c
Row 2: Work WS in each sp between WS of previous row, ending by working last WS in turning ch; ch 2, turn.
Repeat Row 2 for pattern.

Finishing Row: Work 2 sc in each sp between WS across, ending by working 2 sc in turning ch; ch 1, turn.

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