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The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contact me if you find any errors.


Cotton Yarn (4ply, worsted weight)
At the time I designed this pattern I worked from a one pound cone of cotton.
I did not list how many ounces needed due to the fact I didn't have a scale
on which to measure the finished project.

Hook Size K

Stitches: ch, sc, 4SC-PC.

4 Single Crochet Popcorn:
Work 4 sc in the next st. Remove the working loop from the hook.
Insert the hook, from back to front, into the first of the 4 single crochet stitches,
Put the working loop back onto the hook and pull it through the first single crochet
to join. This puffs the 4 single crochet stitches out away from you.

Difficulty:  MEDIUM

R1: Ch18, sc in 2nd ch from hook. Sc in ea rem ch. (17sc)

R2: Ch1, turn. Sc in same st. (4SC-PC in next st. Sc in next st.) across. (Eight 4SC-PC)

R3: Ch1, turn. Sc in ea st. (17sc)

R4: Ch1, turn. Sc in first 2sc. (4SC-PC in next st. Sc in next st.) across. (Seven 4SC-PC)

R5: Rep R3.

R6: Rep R2.

R7: Rep R3.

R8: Rep R4.

R9: Rep R3.

R10: Rep R2.

R11: Rep R3.

R12: Rep R4.

R13: Rep R3.

R14: Rep R2.

R15: Rep R3.

R16: Rep R4.

R17: Rep R3.

R18: Rep R2.

R19: Rep R3.

R20: Rep R4.

R21: Rep R3.

R22: Rep R2.

R23: Rep R3.

EDGE: Ch1, do not turn. Sc in ea st and in ea row end, placing 3sc in ea corner. Join with sl st.

Fasten Off (this is the right side)

HANDLES: (Make 2)

R1: With Right Side facing, rejoin same yarn in corner stitch. (opposing corner from where you fastened off)
Sc in same st. (ch3, sk next st. Sc in next st) across to opposite corner. (9 ch3 sps)

R2: Ch1, turn. Sc in ch3 sp. (Ch3, sc in next ch3 sp) across. (8 ch3 sps)

Rs3-6: Rep R2 (4 ch3 sps after R6)

R7: Ch1, turn. 2sc in ea ch3 sp. (8sc)

Rs 8-43: Ch1, turn. Sc in ea sc.

R44: Ch1, turn. Sc in 2sc. Ch6, sk 4sc. Sc in last 2 sc.

R45: Ch1, turn. Sc in 2sc. 6sc in ch6 sp. Sc in last 2sc.

Fasten Off and repeat on other side.



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