LIST OF STITCHES
ch – chain
ss – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
sc in BLO– simple crochet into the back loop only
Note: There are numbers in parenthesis inserted into the pattern that refer to the numbers of photograpgs. Video tutorials for the stitches we used, are in the Tkanee adventures.
• The asterix marks the precise corner sitch under / into which the next corner will be done.
The brackets are used the following way:
(…) parenthesis in normal weight indicates a group of sts that will be worked into the same st or sp
(…) parenthesis in bold indicate lower level repeats
[…] square brackets indicate basic repeat of the pattern for one side of the panel. Consisting of multiple instructions (it is to be repeated 4 times for the square, 6 times for hexagon, 3 times for triangle …)
Begin with a ch1 (00.01) and a ss into the first one of them (00.02) . The first round is to be crocheted into the center of that circle. If you like magic circle (MC) or oduble magic circle (DMC), you use those.
ch1, 5 sc + ss . Close the ch4 / MC / MDC tightly. Finish the round and all the following rounds by a ss into the first sc of this round (the first corner sc) (01.01).
Hint: If you crochet over the loose tail for a few rounds, you won’t have to weave it in later. Changing the tail’s direction with each round or side will make it more secure.
ch1, 5 V-2sc, sc
+ ss into the first sc of this round (2.02)
Last sc is replaced by a ss (that is why we don’t do 6 V-2sc)
Special stitches in this orund
V-2sc – 2 single crochet worked into the same stitch
ch1, [(sc, ch1*, sc), sc in BLO (03.02) ] 6x
+ ss into the first sc of this round (03.03) , the last sc in BLO will be replaced by that ss
ch1, [(sc, ch1*, sc), 3 sc] 6x
+ ss into the first sc of this round – 5 st per side + the corner ch1