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Mini Cable Face Cloth - A Pattern Design by Sandi Marshall


The Look of Mini Cables Face Cloth Pattern
Face Cloth Pattern by Sandi Marshall. Per copyright law, do not reprint photo elsewhere.

Photo inset shows the pattern repeat. Pattern and photo copyright 2007 by Sandi Marshall, licensed to About.com, Inc.

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Abbreviations: ch = chain, dc = double crochet, ea = each, sc = single crochet, st = stitch, sts = stitches

Materials: about 1 oz. soft cotton worsted weight yarn, US size H hook

Special Stitch: crossed double crochet (crdc) Link: crdc how-to

Pattern Notes: Directions given for an average size face cloth (about 9 inches) with directions for a larger size (about 11 1/2 inches) in parenthesis. Turn at the end of each row. You will work under both loops of a stitch except where noted otherwise. Gauge is not important for this project. See help links in pattern.

Starting Chain: Leaving a length to weave in later, chain 32 (41)
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in ea ch across. (31 sc or 40 sc)
Row 2: ch 3 (counts as first dc), * crdc over next 2 sts, dc in next st, dc in back loop of ea of next 5 sts, dc in next st **, repeat the directions between * and ** 2 (3) more times, then crdc over next 2 sts, dc in last st.
Additional Rows: Repeat Row 2 thirteen (twenty) more times.
Optional Outside Round: ch 1, then (working down the side of the piece), make 2 sc around post of ea dc along the side until you come to the next sc row at the end of this side, sc in end of that sc row, ch 2 for corner, sc in remaining loop of ea starting ch along bottom side, ch 2 for next corner, sc in end of sc row, 2 sc around ea dc post on that side, ch 2 for corner, then sc in ea dc across the top, ch 2 for corner, ending with a slip stitch in the first sc of this outside round.
End off, leaving a length to weave in. Weave in ends securely, weaving back and forth several times on the back of the cloth, working under the back part of a number of stitches so that the ends will not unravel over time.

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