Updated: Aug 17
To read my thoughts on bowls you can go to the post called Bowling.........
Today I am going to provide you with the pattern for the Pukeoware bowl that was mentioned in the above post.
Bowls are useful. They keep your frippery bits altogether. Crocheted bowls can also be used as a plant pot cosy, hold an electric tea light candle or just as pure decoration. There are many crocheted bowls in my house and hold a variety of items. Enjoy his bowl to store or organise your house. The bowl will look great in any colour combination that suits your decor.
Difficulty and Terminology: This is an easy pattern and uses US terminology. This pattern is worked with two strands held together From round 5 the stitches are worked back loop only and in a spiral.
What You Will Need: 3.5 mm hook 4 mm hook 1 ball 4 Seasons Pure Wool 8ply in maroon (#41) - Main colour (MC) 1 ball 4 Seasons Pure Wool 8ply in grey (#44) - Contrasting colour (CC) Tapestry needle to weave in ends
Tension: 20 sts/8 rows = 10cm/4 inches square in dc without turning at the end of each round
Sizing: The finished bowl is 7 cm wide and 5.5 cm high.
Abbreviations: ch - chain dc - double crochet sc - single crochet slst - slip stitch
The Bowl: Using MC and 3.5 mm hook. Round 1: ch4, (counts as dc), work 11 dc into fourth ch from hook, join with slst; (12 dc) Round 2: 2dc into each dc around; (24 dc) Round 3: *2dc in dc, dc into next dc*, repeat from * to * to end; (30 dc ) Round 4: Work this round in back loop only and change to 4 mm hook. sc in each dc around, slst to join; (30 sc) Round 5: ch1, sc in same st as join, ch1, sk sc, *sc, ch1, sk sc* to end, join with slip stitch. Change colour to CC on the last sc; Round 6: ch2, sk sc *sc in ch1 space ch1* to end, join with slip stitch. Change colour to MC on the last sc; Round 7 - 14: repeat rounds 5 and 6. Fasten off and weave in ends
Finishing Fasten off and weave in ends
I hope you enjoy this pattern and if you make them I would love to see your pictures. You can email me or post them on instagram @ribhuslughdiscovercrochet
For the pdf version of this pattern click here.
© 2020 - RibhusLugh Discover Crochet - Charlie van de Graaf If you make this item and sell it, please link to my website (ribhuslugh.com) and credit me (Charlie van de Graaf) as the designer. If you wish to post this pattern, please link back to the website.