this is the basic, beginner, beaded barrette!
Open up your blank barrette. Take apart the little bar that’s there.
Join with a slip stitch & sc as many times as possible across the whole barrette, without making it too full. If it’s too full, the barrette won’t close.
Ch 3 (for first dc), and then slip up a bead, ch 1 bead stitch, dc into same space.
*2 dc in next sc, (1 dc, ch 1 bead stitch, 1 dc in next sc), and repeat across.
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Yarn: Knit Picks alpaca/silk lace weight
Size F crochet hook
Gauge: what makes you happy, it’s a shawl!
Size: what makes you happy, it’s a shawl! 🙂
Skeins: I used 6 skeins in total, I believe, for a size that keeps on growing
Chain 5, join with a slip st.
Row 1- Chain 3, make 3 double crochet in the ring, chain 2, then four more double crochet. Ch 3 and turn.
Each 3 double crochet group is called a shell.
Row 2- Make 3 double crochet IN BETWEEN the first and second double crochet of the previous row. Skip three double crochet, work in your chain 2 space the following: (Shell, chain 2, Shell), SKIP NEXT 3 double crochet, make 4 double crochet in the space BETWEEN the 3rd AND 4TH double crochet. Chain 3 and turn.
Row 3 – Make 3 double crochets in between each shell, as before, and make 4 double crochets in the last group. Ch 3, and turn.
Continue for as long as you want to, until you get bored…
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Cotton “dishcloth” yarn
Size h hook
Gauge: doesn’t matter, it’s a dishcloth!
Row 1: in second chain from hook, sc. * Ch 1, skip next ch space, sc in next space. * Repeat across row. Ch 1, turn.
Row 2: Sc in first sc, sc in first ch space. *Ch 1, skip sc, sc in next ch 1 space. Repeat across row, ending with a sc in ch 1 space & sc in the last sc. Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: Sc in first sc, * ch 1, skip next sc, and sc in ch 1 space. Repeat across row.
Repeat row 2 & 3 for desired number of times.
This pattern looks especially nice in the self-striping cottons or using up scraps!
Feel free to use this pattern to sell at craft shows & boutiques. Do not sell online. If using this pattern for charity, please let me know what one!