- patterns for 2 bowls ,
- illustrated with colour photos ,
- UK and US versions ,
- full e-mail support ,
Materials you need at home:
- To complete the bowls in DK (Category 3, light worsted-weight) yarn, you will need for the small bowl
- 70m (77yards) of the main colour ,
- 12m (13yards) for the lace edging
- 105m (115yards) of the main colour ,
- 15m (17yards) for the lace edging
- a 3.5mm (E/4) crochet hook ,
- a 3mm (C/2 - D/3) crochet hook ,
- a yarn needle ,
Crochet pattern for two nesting bowls with lace detail.
Practical and with a romantic look, these little bowls will have myriad of uses in your home: keys by the front door, cotton buds in the bathroom, rings in the bedroom. Making your own means you can tailor them to your décor and colour scheme.
In double-knitting (light worsted weight, Category 3) yarn, the bowls measure approximately: - Smaller bowl ---- 11.5cm or 4.5inches diameter - Larger bowl ------ 14cm or 5.5inches diameter
Of course you can easily work larger bowls using heavier and varying your hook accordingly!
In double-knitting (light worsted weight, Category 3), you will need:
This pattern is available in both UK and US crochet terminology. Both files will be available for you on purchase and you can choose whichever you prefer to use.
Important features of my crochet patterns: My crochet patterns include both a detailed 'tutorial-style' set of instructions with colour photos, and a succinct unillustrated pattern using standard crochet conventions - the best of both worlds!
All my patterns come with my full support. If you have any difficulties at all when working the pattern, please e-mail me and I will be happy to provide further explanations.
Please see my other crochet patterns.
Once purchased, this pattern remains the copyright of Little Conkers. You may not reproduce all or any part of this pattern. Please do not sell items made from this pattern, without express prior permission (which is usually granted) and credit.
Little Conkers exists to help you get the most from your time and pennies - whether you're making something for yourself or as a gift - as a way of spreading the joy of creativity.
I know that, for many people, creativity is often fitted into the slivers of time that you can find between all the other "must dos" in your life. But you know that making something yourself means it can be exactly what you need, look exactly how you want and can give you untold pleasure day after day.
My sewing and crochet patterns are specifically designed with the time-strapped and frugal in mind, requiring no superfluous equipment and including practical suggestions on how to up-cycle materials wherever possible.
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