Friday, November 03, 2017

Letter of the week: P

PeeeeaNUTbutter :D
I remember first time I ever tried peanutbutter I thought: Why would anyone ever eat such a stupid thing ... I was teenager at the moment - not to mention - hooked on anything chocolately :D
now I will choose peanutbutter&jelly sandwich 9 out of 10 times I eat a sandwich and that one other time nutella :P not much has changed - sweet tooth has won the game! :D

Pattern for letter P:
Row 1: Ch 5, on the third (and fourth) chain dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Repeat second row 8 times.
Row 11: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc.
Row 12: Ch 2, dc2tog on previous rows last dc. Dc in the stitch where the previous rows last dc was made in. Turn.
Row 13: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. Turn.
Row 14: Ch 2, dc&hdc tog (dc in same st hdc in next), sc. Turn.
Row 15: Ch 1, sc, hdc, dc. Turn.
Repeat 14th and 15th row 4 more times.
Row 22: Ch 2, on same (and next) st dc2tog, dc. (join with 7th row, starting on a sp between 6th and 7th row and ending on sp between 7th and 8th row)
Fasten off.
(overall letter P consists of  22 rows)

Check out letter S if confused about pattern for round parts.
Check out letter I if confused about pattern for straight parts.
Check out letter F if confused about pattern for the corner.

Happy crafting!

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