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Free Patterns

Hello Ladies,
I'm hoping to get up some free patterns soon to help ladies with modest and simple skirts, covers, etc.






The First Free Pattern - A Chapel Veil





Round Crocheted
Chapel Veil with Filet
Cross Design
By
Ripsimeh
Christian
Round Crocheted Chapel Veil With Filet Cross Design
By Ripsimeh Christian
Filet Crochet
Filet is a type of crochet which consists of blocks and spaces, so arranged as to
produce an interesting design. All filet designs are worked from a chart of squares.
The dark squares represent blocks and the light squares represent spaces. Unless
otherwise instructed in the directions, allow four double crochets (4 dc) for the first
block and three double crochets (3 dc) for each additional block. For instance, three
blocks require ten double crochets (10 dc)
To make a row of spaces, first work a foundation chain. Then, make double crochet
(dc) in 8th chain (ch) from hook, * chain (ch) 2, skip 2 chain (ch), double crochet (dc) in
next chain (ch). Repeat from * to end of chain (ch). Chain (ch) 5 to thurn at the end of
the row.
When there are several rows of spaces to be made, each double crochet is worked
directly over double crochet of previous row and same number of chains is made
between double crochets.
To decrease spaces or blocks. On a space slip stitch (sl st) 3 stitches and dc in next
stitch and continue following your patterns chart. Same thing on a block except
instead of slip stitching across chains you are doing 3 slip stitches (sl sts) across
double crochets (dc). At the end of a row just stop at the last block or space and Chain
five and turn or end off as per your chart.
I revised this veil pattern to make it easy even for the beginner crocheter. Decreasing
in filet crochet is easy as one only needs to know how to slip stitch to reach the second
square and to stop before the last square.
Veil Pattern
Materials:
one ball of # 10 crochet cotton
One American size 6 steel crochet hook
A sewing needle to weave in ends
Ch 80, dc in eigth ch and follow chart starting at the arrow. You will be working the
upper portion of the chapel veil. Cut off thread about 4 inches long and knot.
Copyright 2012 Ripsimeh Christian aka Amy Frank.Ripsimeh patterns are protected by copyright. You may
not rewrite, redistribute, or resell the patterns in any form. You may use the pattern to make items for personal
use, as gifts, or for charity. You may not sell the items made from the patterns without written permission.
The second half of the veil:
With the right side facing turn the veil around so bottom half is at the top.
Attach thread in top of second dc and ch 3 (counts as 1 dc) continue by following the
chart until the chart is finished. Cut off thread about 4 inches and knot. Weave all
thread ends into the work and cut ends close to the work.
Rounding off the veil:
Attach thread at arrow on chart. Sl st in that points ch. Ch 5 sl st in point 2, ch 5 sl st
in point 3, ch 4 sl st in point 4, ch 4 sl st in point 5, ch 4 sl st in point 6, ch 5 sl st in
point 7, ch 5 sl st in point 7, ch 5 sl st in point 8, ch 5 sl st in point 9, sc in the sides of 2
ch 1 dc, 2 ch 1 dc, 2 ch 1 dc ( 9 sc ), ch 5 sl st in point 10, ch 5 sl st in point 11, ch 5 sl
st in point 12, ch 4 sl st in point 13, ch 4 sl st in point 14, ch 4 sl st in point 15, ch 5 sl st
in point 16, ch 5 sl st in point 17, sc in 2 ch, sc in dc, sc in 2 ch, sc in 4 dc, sc in 2 ch,
sc in 1 dc, sc in 2 ch, sc in 2 dc (14 sc) ch 5 sl st in point 18, ch 5 sl st in point 19, ch 4
sl st in point 20, ch 4 sl st in point 21, ch 4 sl st in point 22, ch 5 sl st in point 23, ch 5 sl
st in point 24, ch 5 sl st in point 25, sc in next 2 ch, sc in dc, sc in 2 ch, sc in dc, sc in
next 3 ch, (9 sc), ch 5 sl st in point 26, ch 5 sl st in point 27, ch 5 sl st in point 28, ch 4
sl st in point 29, ch 4 sl st in point 30, ch 4 sl st in point 31, ch 5 sl st in point 32, ch 5 sl
st in point 33, sc in 2 ch, sc in 10 dc, sc in 2 ch, sc in dc.
Next Round:
Sc in each ch and in each sc until at the beginning and then sl st in the first beginning
st.
Ruffle edging:
Ch 5, in same stitch and then make (1dc, 2 ch, 1 dc) *skip 5 sc and make (1 dc, 2 ch, 1
dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc) in the next sc, repeat from * until the
beginning and make (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc, ch 2) note: may not be 5 sc between
the last ruffle and the ending half ruffle.
Sl st in 3rd ch.
Finish off loose threads.
Block.
Wonderful!! You have a new Chapel veil/ Cap
Look at my blog to learn how to keep the veil on your head
http://www.ripsimeh.blogspot.com
Copyright 2012 Ripsimeh Christian aka Amy Frank.Ripsimeh patterns are protected by copyright. You may not
rewrite, redistribute, or resell the patterns in any form. You may use the pattern to make items for personal use,
as gifts, or for charity. You may not sell the items made from the patterns without written permission.

1 comment:

  1. If any of you ladies has a pattern to share for free on making dresses, skirts, head covers, etc that are modest, please post them here.

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