Crochet Pot of Gold
Follow the rainbow and you might just find a Crochet Pot of Gold. This adorable little basket is perfect for little ones. Fill it with some lucky 4 leaf clovers or how about making a lucky shamrock crown. The perfect St. Patrick’s Day crochet.
This crochet project is a great way to use up some of the scrap yarn you have around the house. Using very little yarn, it works up quick and easy.
Crochet Pot of Gold Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: Caron Simply Soft Yarn or any other worsted weight yarn. You will need approximately 1.5 oz/100 yards of black, and scraps in Yellow, Orange, Red, Purple, Blue & Green. You will need more yellow than the other colours to work the gold coins in the cauldron.
Hook: US H8/5.00mm & US G6/4.00mm
- hdc-dec = yo insert hook into next st, yo, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo, insert hook into next st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull up through all 5 loops on hook.
- tr = triple crochet
Gauge: 7 hdc x 7 rows = 2 inches (Gauge was taken using Caron Simply Soft with a H8/5.00mm hook)
- Do not join rounds, unless otherwise specified.
- Use a stitch marker in 1st st of each rnd to keep count.
- If you’re not a fan of using the magic ring, this basket can be started with Ch 2, 8 hdc in beg ch, then continue on to the 2nd round.
Crochet Pot of Gold Pattern..
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