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Full Hearts Crochet Border

Stitch of the Week



There is a mini heart collection of three borders all featuring hearts of different shapes and sizes for this weeks 'Stitch of the Week'. Two of these are a single row or round only and all three have instructions in both UK Terms and US Terms with a video demonstration each.


This is the largest border creating an impressive collection of hearts filled to bursting with love to surround or top and tail your item. Suitable for heavier and larger items, perfect for a chunkier throw or lap blanket.


This is an impressive border to give real impact to your finished item.






I Am Using

dk yarn

Furls Streamline Camwood Ergonomic Hook 5mm / H


Designer Info

The Full Hearts Border is worked over 3 rows with a 5 stitch repeat +2


Pattern Notes

Each group of 5 dtr form the base of each individual heart.


Due to the mirrored shape of hearts this pattern can be worked either in the round or flat. The instructions are the same, be sure to amend description from rows to rounds when working in the round and drop the turn instruction.


Terms UK

ch chain

htr half treble

tr treble crochet

dtr double treble crochet

sk skip

sl slip

st(s) stitch(es)

rep repeat


Instructions

Row 1: sl2, ch3, 4 dtr) in same st, *sk4, 5dtr in same st; rep from *. Turn


Row 2: ch1, 4 htr, sl in gap between hearts, *5htr, sl in gap between hearts; rep from * to last heart, 5htr. Turn


Row 3: ch1, *sk1, (htr, tr, 3dtr, tr, htr) in next st, sl, (htr, tr, 3dtr, tr, htr) in next st, sl in gap between hearts; rep from * to end



Ya done.


Terms US

ch chain

hdc half double crochet

dc double crochet

tr treble crochet

sk skip

sl slip

st(s) stitch(es)

rep repeat


Instructions

Row 1: *sk2, 5tr in same st, sk2; rep from *. Turn


Row 2: ch1, 4 hdc, sl in gap between hearts, *5hdc sl in gap between hearts; rep from * to last heart, 5hdc. Turn


Row 3: ch1, *sk1, (hdc, dc, 3tr, dc, hdc) in next st, sl, (hdc,