Easy Crochet Mop Cover A Free Pattern and Tutorial – Crochet
Easy Crochet Mop Cover A Free Pattern and Tutorial is part of Crochet, Crochet projects, Easy crochet, Crochet patterns, Knitting patterns, Crochet tutorial – 4 of the skein left over! These mop covers measure 10 inches long and 5 inches wide My posts are usually amigurumi related as it’s a huge passion of mine! So, in case you’re thinking my niche has changed, worry no more I will be back on track with a new pattern for you next week that adds to my forest animal friends! PIN this to save for later or purchase an adfree printable PDF in my Etsy or Ravelry store at a low cost! You may make and sell items made from this pattern but please do not sell, share or reproduce the actual pattern If you sell finished items online (Etsy, etc) please provide a link to the pattern and credit to me as the designer, thank you I hope you enjoy this pattern! This post contains affiliate links, please click here for more info Thank you for supporting Grace and Yarn! Materials 130 yards of cotton yarn 4mm crochet hook (these are my favorite to use!) Scissors Tapestry needle to weave in ends Stitch markers (optional, they can come in handy to keep rows even) US Abbreviations Ch Chain HDC Half double crochet Sl st Slip stitch SC Single crochet Gauge 22 rows should be a 5 x 5 square, adjust your hook size accordingly if your sample swatch is a different size (Example Try going up a hook size if your swatch is smaller; Go down a hook size if your swatch is bigger) Here we go! Chain 25 Row 1 HDC in the 2nd ch from your hook, sl st in the next, repeat until the end of the row, ch 1 and turn (24 stitches) NOTE Each row will always start with a HDC and end with a slip stitch, this is one of my favorite parts because it helps me keep my rows even so I don’t miss or add a stitch It can also be handy to put a stitch marker in the last stitch of each row, this way when you reach the end you see where you need to place your last stitch Row 2 HDC in the first stitch, sl st in the next, repeat until the end of the row, ch 1 and turn (24 stitches) Rows 376 Repeat row 2 Your work should measure 16 inches long, do not fasten off, continue with border below Border SC around each of the four sides of your work completing 2 SC in each corner This gives the cover a nice finished work and makes sewing a breeze! Sewing Fold each side in 3 inches and sew sides together I sewed down through the stitches and back up the next to give it a nice layered look Weave in your ends You are done and ready to mop! Be sure to join the Grace and Yarn Crochet Group on Facebook and share your projects This is a growing community full of encouragement and inspiration Plus stay up to date on new patterns and giveaways! I’m curious, will you make these for yourself or someone else in mind
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