Crochet Georgette Collar

My good friend, Pauline Sent me this pattern and I had a go with it. It is an easy one just basic stitches of chains and Trebles. Just nice for a beginner like myself to complete it.

My complete work looks as below. I can send you a pdf file if you like to. Just drop me a post.. Do have fun with this project.Photobucket

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The free pattern is as below:

Georgette Collar
What you need:
4mm crochet hook
Approx 35-40m (38-44yds or roughly 20g) 8ply or DK weight yarn.
Wool needle to weave in ends
Scissors
Tension/Gauge: 15 tr (dc) x 8 rows = 10cm (4″)
Tension or gauge are not essentially important to this pattern, however if you know that you normally crochet tightly, you might like you go up a hook size and if you know you normally crochet loosely, you might like to go down a hook size.
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This pattern is written using Australian/British crochet terms, however if you like to use U.S. crochet terms you see them “converted” in this abbreviation explanation 🙂
Pattern:
Ch 71
Row 1: dc in 2nd ch from hook, dc to end. Turn. (70sts)
Row 2: 3ch (to count as 1 tr), 8tr, (2tr in next st, 9tr) 6 times, 1tr in last st. Turn. (76sts)
Row 3: 3ch, 9tr, (2tr in next st, 10tr) 6 times. Turn. (82sts)
Row 4: 3 ch, 9tr, (2tr in next st, 11tr) 6 times. Turn. (88sts)
Row 5: Skip first 3 sts, (4tr, 1dtr) in next st, 7dtr, (2tr in next stitch, 12tr) 5 times, 2tr in next st, 7dtr, (1dtr, 4tr) in next st, sl st into last st of row.
Fasten off.

Make Disc Ties
4 ch. 11tr into 4th ch from hook, join with sl st in ch#4 at the beginning of your disc. Ch 60, join with sl st to top corner of your collar. (See pic above)

Make another tie the same, joining it to the other top corner of your collar using a sl st. Weave in ends & you’re finished!

 

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