Week Nine Of The Country Garden Crochet Along

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It’s week 9 of the Country Garden crochet along. This week we’re making our next panel with the Tulip stitch

If you would like the ad free printable version, it is available either as part of my Lifetime Pattern Pass, or you can purchase it on its own for just £5 from Ravelry

This pattern is written in US terms, but the UK translation are:

  • YO (Yarn over)
  • ch (Chain)
  • sc (Single crochet) = Double crochet
  • dc (Double crochet) = Treble crochet

If you would like to follow my colour scheme in either Paintbox Cotton Aran or Caron Simply Soft, you can find my colours here

The Pattern 

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Row 1. In the stitch after the last stitch of Wiggle Stitch (Week 7)

Join with Colour A and make a standing dc in the same stitch. 

Make a dc in the following stitch, then ch1 and skip the next stitch. *In the next stitch make (dc, ch1, dc) all in the same stitch. Skip 2 stitches.* 

Repeat between *and* until you have 3 stitches left until you reach the 1st corner stitch

Ch 1, Skip the next stitch and dc in the last 2 stitches.Don’t cut off, we will pick up this colour again later

Row 2. Turn, and with Colour J, join into the 1st stitch of Row 1 and make a dc turning chain. Make a dc in the next stitch and chain 1. 

*Into the chain 1 space in row 1, make a popcorn 

Popcorn Stitch. Make 5dc in the same stitch, 

then remove your hook from last stitch, insert it from back to front into the 1st dc of the 5

Catch the loop from the 5th dc and pull through as a slst

ch2*

Repeat between *and* ch1 then dc in last 2 stitches – 18 Popcorn stitches

Row 3. Pick up the green from row 1. join it into the top of the 1st stitch of Row 2, then chain 1. 

Make 1 sc in each of the 1st 2 dc. Make a sc into the chain space *into the top of the popcorn stitch make a sc. Make 2sc in the ch2 space* repeat between *and* until the end of the row. Then make 1sc in the ch1 space and 1 sc in each of the last 2 dc.

Row 4. Repeat row 1

Row 5. Repeat row 2 with Colour K

Row 6. Repeat row 3

That’s week 9 complete. You can now cut off and weave in all your ends

3 Comments

  1. Annie

    Really enjoy doing something different each week. I have never liked Caron yarn. It is annoyingly “splitty.”

    Reply
  2. Patty

    Kelly, this blanket is so pretty and really excited to stitch and learn each week. Can you please tell me how many V stitches/flowers that you’re supposed to end up with? And/or how many stitches are left on the bottom of the path that we’ll be stitching on next week? Since we’re just starting I really want to make sure I have the base right so I’m not fudging each week’s section. Thank-you! Patty

    Reply
    • Kelly Thomas

      Hi Patty

      Sorry, I should have included the count in the pattern. You should have 18 Popcorns in each row and 47 stitches left on the bottom for next week x

      Reply

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