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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Scallops Bookmark

Scallop Bookmark 
Size 10 Crochet Cotton size (C-2) hook
Scallop 1.  (Closed Scallop) Start with magic ring or chain 6, join with sl st to first ch.

Row 1. Ch 3, 14 dc in ring, join in top of first dc.

Row 2  Ch 1, sc in 2 dc, ch 4, sc in next 2 dc, ch 4, work around, ending with ch 4, sc in last 2 dc, join with sl st in first sc. (12-4 ch loops.) 
Scallop 2.

Row 3. Ch 6, sl st in next ch 4 loop, turn.

Row 4. Ch 3, 14 dc in ch 6 space, sl st in next ch 4 loop on previous, Scallop, ch 1, turn.

Row 5. Sc in 2 dc, ch 4, sc in next 2 dc, ch 4, work across all 14 sts, ending with ch 4, sc in last 2 dc; sl st in next ch 4 space on previous scallop. (6 Chain 4 loops)
Scallop 3.

Row 6.  Ch 6, turn, sl st in next ch 4 loop on previous Scallop, turn.

Row 7. ch 3, 14 dc in ch 6 space, sl st in next ch 4 loop, ch 1, turn.

Row 8. Sc in 2 dc, ch 4, sc in next 2 dc, ch 4, work across all 14 sts, ending with ch 4, sc in last 2 dc, sl st in next ch 4 space on previous scallop. (6 Chain 4 loops)

Continue adding scallops in this manner until desired length is achieved.
End off, work in ends. Add tassel, or chain cord.  

This Bookmark pattern was developed, by me, from a doily called Monkey Face Lace published in a Coats and Clark book #222 (1972) and a Scalloped Afghan pattern stitch, taught to me many years ago. 



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