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Monday, September 24, 2012

Kitchen Kolors II

The Next Generation
Spiral Center with 2 colors

With A, start with magic ring, ch 1, (sc, hdc, 3 dc) all into ring, drop A, DO NOT FASTEN OFF; following the A sts, join B with an sc in the ring, work (sc, hdc, 3 dc) all into same ring, drop B, DO NOT FASTEN OFF.
Rnd 1: Pick up A, work 2 dc into each B st – 10 dc A; Drop A, pick up B, work 2 dc in each on the next 5 stitches. ending with hdc, sc, sp over next 3 stitchs,  Cut B work in end,

Pick up A, work 1 hdc, 1 sc, 1 sl over next 3 sts, then refer to Round 2  "the foundation round" on the basic trivet pattern to complete.




Spiral Center ( 3 colors )

With A, start with magic ring, ch 1, (sc, hdc, 3 dc) all into ring, drop A, DO NOT FASTEN OFF; following the A sts, join B with a sc in the ring, work (hdc, 3 dc) all into same ring, drop B, DO NOT FASTEN OFF, join C with a sc in the ring, work (hdc, 3 dc) all into same ring, drop C Do NOT FASTEN OFF.



Rnd 1: Pick up A, work 2 dc into each B st – 10 dc A; Drop A, pick up B, work 2 dc in each of the next 5 stitches; drop B pick up C work 2 dc in each of the next 5 stitches. End color B and color C by working a hdc, sc, sl stitch over next 3 stitchs,  Cut B and C and work in ends.  Pick up A, work 1 hdc, 1 sc, 1 sl over next 3 sts,  DO NOT FASTEN OFF   (30 sts)

Foundation Round
Round 2: Sc in next st (*ch 21, being very careful not to twist the chain, sc in next st, skip 1 st, sc in next 2 sts) repeat from *, ending with sc in last st, sl st in first sc, ch 1 do not turn. (10 chain loops; with 2 sc and 1 skipped st, between each loop)



Refer to Round 3 "Setup round" on the Kitchen Kolors basic trivet pattern to complete.






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10 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful patterns. I live in the UK and have just come across you by accident, but what a happy accident. I will certainly be watching out for your patterns in the future. Happy Christmas Marie

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  2. Thank you so much. I love to share. A very Merry Christmas to you and yours. I wish you all God's blessing in the coming years.

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  3. Hey, I think your site might be having browser compatibility issues.
    When I look at your blog in Safari, it looks fine but
    when opening in Internet Explorer, it has some overlapping.

    I just wanted to give you a quick heads up! Other then that, superb blog!



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    1. Yes I am aware of the problem with internet explorer 7. I am not aware of how to fix it. I was lead to believe you can still print the patterns. I do hope that is true

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  4. I have to say I think you are amazing! Your patterns are beautiful, and though I have been crocheting the better part of my 64 years, I wouldn't even attempt to try to figure out a pattern to design like this. My hat is off to you and I appreciate you being so kind as to share all of your pattern designs with us. Such a selfless thing to do. Thank you so much!

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    1. When I was first asked to write a pattern I panicked. I have followed many but never wrote any. Then I thought all I have to do is write down what I did. I added a few close up photos because it helps me if I can see what the expected result will look like. There are only so many basic patterns which I believe belong to everyone. All the rest are a variation of the basics created by many individual artists. I love to share but since I cannot possibly make one for everyone the main purpose of my Blog is to allow everyone to make their own and create it in their own special style.
      Thank you for your note, I love to hear from others. I hope you have fun with my patterns and use them to create something that you can enjoy and possibly share. Dorie

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  5. I have made a number of your trivets for gifts. Everyone loves them. Am about to crochet the spiral and as one person repied you are selfless to share these patterns free.
    Alice Fox

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  6. And so are you for doing all the hard work and sharing them. Thank you for your comments.

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  7. I absloutel love the trivet patterns. I am contemplating creating them into an afgan. I think it would be georgeous!

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    1. Actually this idea has been mentioned before and I did see one lovely attempt where the trivet was used as the center of a round ripple afghan I do know of a source for a Granny Square pinwheel block that may or may not be an aid or some assistance to your creative endeavor. Should you succeed I would love to see your project . http://www.craftown.com/cropat9.htm Thank you for your comment. Dorie

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