Friday, June 15, 2007

SHELL CUP AND SAUCER


MATERIALS:#10 crochet cotton (a main color and a contrast color)1.75mm hookhot glue gun
CUP:
with MC,ch6, join wth slst
R1- ch4, *dc in loop, ch1* 7 times slst in 3rd ch
R2- slst into ch sp, ch4, dc, ch1 into same sp in next ch sp *dc, ch1, dc, ch1* around join in 3rd ch
R3- repeat row 2
R4- slst into sp, ch3, dc in same sp, ch1 2 dc in same sp, *skip 2 sp, 2dc, ch1, 2dc in next sp* around slst in top of ch3.( when I got to the last shell I didn't have enough spaces so I worked it in the middle dc)
R5- slst into ch1 sp, ch3, dc in same sp, ch1 2 dc in same sp, in next ch1 sp, *2dc, ch1, 2dc* around slst in top of ch3
R6-10 repeat row 5
R11- repeat row 5 only working 3 dc instead fasten off.
R12- with CC slst in each st around, fasten off
HANDLE:
R1- with MC ch25, sc in second ch from hook and in each ch with 3 sc in end ch, work on the other side of the ch, with 2 sc in last ch.fasten off.
R2- with CC, slst in each st fasten off
SAUCER:
with MC repeat Rows 1 -3 of cup
R4- slst into sp, ch3, dc in same sp, ch1 2 dc in same sp, *skip one sp, 2dc, ch1, 2dc in next sp* around slst in top of ch3
R5- slst into ch1 sp, ch3, dc in same sp, ch1 2 dc in same sp, in next ch1 sp, *2dc, ch1, 2dc* around slst in top of ch3
R6-repeat R5
R7- slst into ch1 sp, ch3, dc in same sp, ch1 2 dc in same sp, in next ch1 sp, *2dc, ch1, 2dc, ch1* around slst in top of ch3
R8- repeat row 7
R9- slst into ch1 sp, ch3, dc in same sp, ch2, 2 dc in same sp, in next ch1 sp, *2dc, ch2, 2dc, ch2* around slst in top of ch3
R10- slst into ch1 sp, ch3, 2dc in same sp, ch1, 3 dc in same sp, in next ch1 sp, *3dc, ch1, 3dc, ch2* around slst in top of ch3. fasten off.
R11- with CC slst in each st around,fasten off.
Starch and block.hot glue handle to cup.
Please feel free to link to this pattern, and/or print it out for your own personal use, but do not copy it in any way to put on-line, pass out, or re-write without my permission. Any resemblance to any other pattern like this is purely coincidental. This pattern was written
July 23, 2004
Thank you, DandyLion

5 comments:

didough said...

Thank you so much for this beautiful pattern - quite exquisite

CaraLouise said...

beautiful- thank you for sharing, it is perfect!

Mary Woodard said...

Thank you I love this cup and saucer

Joyce Davidson Schoen said...

Beautiful!! thank you so very much for posting!!!

Colleen Spiro said...

Thank you so much for this pattern....will use in an op shop window for our yarnbombing months.....is the whole cup and saucer starched.?