Free Filet Mom Wall Hanging Pattern

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Intermediate Skill

 

Size: 7" x 9"

Materials: Crochet Cotton Thread, size 10

White (MC) - 95 yds (86 meters), Pink (A), Yellow (B), Blue (C) & Green (D) - 5 yds (5 meters) each, 3 mm Round Pearl Beads - 9, 6 mm x 10 mm Pearl Drop Bead - 1, 1/8" Pink Satin Ribbon - 1-1/2 yds (1.3 meters), Sewing Needle, Heavy Spray Starch, Cardboard, Non-rust Pins.

Crochet Hook:  Steel #7 (1.65 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 4 x 4 squares = 1"

 

Abbreviations

ch

chain

Rnd(s)

Round(s)

dc

double crochet

sc

single crochet(s)

hdc

half double crochet

sl st(es)

slip stitch(es)

MC

main color

st(s)

stitch(es)

rep

repeat

 

 

 

Directions

Row 1 (right side): With MC, ch 72, dc in 8th ch from hook, (ch 2, skip next 2 ch, dc in next ch) across.

(22 squares)

Rows 2-31: Continue in 4-dc Filet Crochet blocks (see Filet Crochet Basics on reverse), using Fig. 1 as a guide. 

At the end of Row 31, do not finish off.

 

Fig. 1 – Filet Chart

 

Edging

Rnd 1: Ch 1, turn, sc in first dc, (ch 5, sc in next dc) across, ch 5, sc in same dc; ♥ working along edges of rows, (ch 5, sc in end dc of next row) across, ♥ ch 5, sc at base of Row 1 dc; working in unused lps of starting ch, ch 5, sc in first lp, skip next 2 lps, (ch 5, sc in next lp at the base of a dc) across, ch 5, sc in same lp; rep ♥ to ♥, ch 2; join with a dc to first sc to form last ch-5 sp. (110 ch-5 sps)

Rnd 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in same dc as joining, ch 5, sc in same st, ch 5, * (sc in next ch-5 sp, ch 5) across to next ch-5 corner, (sc, ch 5) twice in ch-5 corner, rep from * around, omitting last corner of last rep; join with a sl st to first sc. (114 ch-5 sps) Finish off.

 

Roses (Make 1 each A, B and C)

Ch 7, (4 dc, sl st) in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across; join with sl st to first ch. (5 petals) Finish off leaving long end. Weave in short end.

 

 

 

Leaves (Make 4)

With D, * ch 7, sl st in next ch, sc in next ch, hdc, in next ch, dc in next ch, (hdc, sl st) in last ch, rep from * once more. Finish off leaving long end. Weave in short end.

 

Finishing

Using Sewing Needle and long ends of Roses, sew

3 round Beads to the center of each Rose.  Using picture as a guide, sew Roses to Wallhanging.  Using picture as a guide, and using long ends of Leaves and Sewing Needle, sew Leaves to Wallhanging.  Weave in ends.

 

Cut 6" length of Ribbon.  Using picture as a guide, wrap around the neck of the silhouette.  Using MC and Sewing Needle, sew Ribbon closed and sew Drop Bead to Ribbon and Wallhanging.  Using picture as a guide, starting and ending at top right corner, weave Ribbon through outside squares of filet.  Tie in a bow.

 

 

Filet Crochet Basics

 

     Filet crochet is an easy technique formed by making a series of open and solid blocks. The most beautiful filet crochet is worked tightly on a small hook with even squares.  Practice with crochet thread sizes 10, 20 or 30 to see which size you prefer.  Use steel crochet hooks #7 with size 10 thread and smaller size hooks with size 20 and 30 threads.

     Most patterns use 4 stitches to form open and solid blocks, while other patterns use 3 stitches to form open and solid blocks.  Directions are given for both.

 

Open Block

4 dc - An open block is formed by crocheting a double crochet, ch 2, skip 2 dc or chains, double crochet. 

3 dc - An open block is formed by crocheting a double crochet, ch 1, skip 1 dc or chain, double crochet. 

 

Solid Block

4 dc - A Solid block is formed by crocheting 4 double crochet stitches. 

3 dc - A Solid block is formed by crocheting 3 double crochet stitches. 

 

Solid Block Over Open Block

4 dc - Work a solid block over an open block as follows: dc in next dc, 2 dc in ch-2 sp, dc in next dc. 

3 dc - Work a solid block over an open block as follows: dc in next dc, 1 dc in ch-1 sp, dc in next dc. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Solid Block Over Solid Block

4 dc - Work a solid block over solid block as follows: dc in each of next 4 dc. 

3 dc - Work a solid block over solid block as follows: dc in each of next 3 dc. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

·         4 dc - When there are two blocks side by side, the blocks share a common dc in the center, so there will be 7 sts in that group of two blocks. Three blocks side by side = 9 sts.

·         3 dc - When there are two blocks side be side, the blocks share a common dc in the center, so there will be 5 sts in that group of two blocks. Three blocks side by side = 7 sts.

·         To determine how many chains you will need for the beginning chain, count the number of blocks (open and closed) and multiply this by 3 (for 4 dc blocks) or 2 (for 3 dc blocks). If the first block is an open block, add 6 to the total (for 4 dc blocks) or 5 (for 3 dc blocks) and work the double crochet into the 9th ch from hook for 4 dc blocks or 8th ch from hook for 3 dc blocks.

·         The enclosed chart shows the stitches as they appear on the right side of the work.  Read the first lower line from right to left and crochet in that direction.  After Row 1, turn the work and follow the 2nd line from left to right and so on. 

·         When working a solid block first, on next row – ch-3 turn.  When working an open block first on next row – ch-4, turn for 3 dc blocks and ch-5, turn for 4 dc blocks. 

·         To keep track of where you are on the chart use a ruler under the row you are working on, or a marker or magnetic board.

Starching

Place Plastic Wrap across Cardboard. The cardboard sewing boards that fold up, work great for this. Place piece on Plastic Wrap. Pin into desired shape. Generously spray doily with Heavy Spray Starch. Allow to dry completely.  This method allows for washing and re-starching whenever necessary.

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