Made it! Looks great! When you crochet in spiral, it is not the same height all the way round. Am I doing something wrong? This was my second self taught project.
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Thank you: looking forward to more interesting projects…. Hi Monica! You can either crochet the entire pattern with a thicker yarn and a larger crochet hook, or you can add a few rounds to the pattern. If you want to add some rounds, you can work up to round 4, then add the following…. Then continue with the rest of the pattern that will create the height of the dish. Name required. Mail will not be published required. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Crochet Pattern: All Purpose Nick Nack Dish By Rachel Choi — 25 Comments If you are ever looking for a place to store spare change, little nick nacks, hair ties, jewelry, keys, or any other small miscellaneous objects, then the all purpose nick nack dish may be just right for you!
This small dish can help you organize or de-clutter your space.
You can even make more than one dish to organize your desk draws. Let your imagination run wild crocheting a bunch of nick nack dishes! Sarah R. September 18, at PM. Rachel says:.
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Photo 4. Position the two layers so right sides are facing outward and line them up. Then, taking the loop from your first layer, pull it through the 2nd layer and slip st them together across the side. Photo 5. Tie off and weave in end. Using same color yarn, slip stitch around the bottom. Photo 6 Photo 7. To finish your crochet key fob, using two strands of yarn on your darning needle and sew a line below the key ring, securing it at the end. Photo 8. I also experimented with colors and I thin this navy blue one with two colors of pink is my favorite.
I also added a star design to the orange one. I think these cute key rings would be a great craft fair item too. These will be perfect for next year! Join our Facebook Community! We need YOU! Thank you Bethany…these are awesome. And I agree, these would be perfect for your next craft show. Thank you for yet another fantastic free patten! Luckily the key rings and clips I already have are the perfect size.
Lovely pattern….. I was searching for teacher gifts on Pinterest but nothing stuck out to me…so I decided to have my son pick out the yarn colors and I made these for his teachers.
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My son also rubbed a key with a crayon so it looked like there was a key hanging from it. All 3 teachers loved it. The only thing I did differently was instead of chaining I did a foundation single crochet followed by 2 more rows of single crochet. It evened the sides out better for me. I used Peaches and Cream cotton yarn and an F hook, but mine still seems to be much larger than yours. Yeah, I have used Peaches and Cream before and I feel like my projects come out large when I use it, as well! Thank you so much for the pattern!
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Would you mind sharing where you bought the key hooks? Thanks in advance. Followed your FB post here to your blog as your key fob caught my eye. These would make wonderful gifts for my grown children. Thank you for sharing. It was just going through my head, as I was reading the pattern, that these would probably be great for a craft fair — and then you said it in the blog!
Lovely pattern, thanks for sharing.