The Traveller (US-terms)

 

THE TRAVELLER

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YARN:  I have used Scheepjes Whirl,  One ”cake” contains 1000m and have a weight of ca 200g. For this pattern I have used one “cake” Fruity o Tutty nr 763. The green one is crochet in Pistachi oh so nice nr 761.  You can of course use any yarn of your choice.

HOOK: 4,0 mm

YOU WILL NEED: Scissor and tapestry needle to weave yarn tails in

STITCH GUIDE

ch – chain

dc – double crochet

chsp – chain space

sc – single crochet

 

GOOD TO KNOW:  The Traveller is chrocheted top down,

PATTERN

Start with a ch 5 and join with a slip stitch

Row 1: Ch3, into ring ch3, 3 dc, ch2, 4 dc, turn

Row 2-6 (row of holes): Ch3, 2 dc into base on turning ch, *ch1 sk 1 dc, 1 dc in next dc* repeat until you reach the chsp in “the top”, 2 dc + ch2 + 2 dc in the chsp. * ch1 sk 1 dc, 1 dc in next dc* repeat until the last dc on the row, 3 dc, turn

Row 7-11 (solid rows): Ch3, 2 dc into base on turning ch, 1 dc in every dc and chsp until you reach the chsp in “the top”, 2 dc + ch2 + 2 dc in the chsp, 1 dc in every dc and chsp until the last dc on the row, 3 dc, turn

Row 12-13: row of holes

Varv 14: solid row

Varv 15-16: row of holes

Repeat row 7 – 16 3 times

Make 5 solid rows before you start the border.

Border: 

Row 1: ch6, 1 dc into base on turning ch, sk 1 st* 1 dc +ch3 + 1 dc in next st, sk 1* repeat until the last st before the chsp in “the top”, sk the chsp, *1 dc +ch3 + 1 dc in next st, sk 1* repeat until you reach the end of the row, turn

Row 2: ch3, 1 dc + ch2 + 2 dc in the first chsp, sc into next chsp, *2 dc + ch2 + 2 dc in next chsp, sc in next chsp* repeat until you have 2 chsp left until you reach “the top”, 2 dc + ch2 + 2 dc in next chsp, 2 dc in next chsp, 2 dc in next chsp, *2 dc + ch2 + 2 dc in next chsp, sc in next chsp* repeat until you reach the end of the row. Fasten off

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“The top” of the border

 

Congratulations your The Traveller is finished.

 

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