Double Shell trim

Double shell trim

I found this in Betty Barnden’s Handbook of Crochet Stitches, published by Search Press.
British version
Row 1: 5CH, [1DTR, 3CH, 1DTR] in 5th ch from hook, turn
Row 2: 3CH, skip first dtr, 9TR in 3ch sp, skip 1dtr, [1DTR, 3CH, 1DTR] under 4ch at beginning of row 1, turn
Row 3: 3CH, skip first dtr, 9TR in 3ch sp, skip 1drt, [1DTR, 3CH, 1DTR] in space before next tr, turn
Repeat row 3 to length required.

 

American version
Row 1: 5CH, [1TR, 3CH, 1TR] in 5th ch from hook, turn
Row 2: 3CH, skip first tr, 9DC in 3ch sp, skip 1tr, [1TR, 3CH, 1TR] under 4ch at beginning of row 1, turn
Row 3: 3CH, skip first tr, 9DC in 3ch sp, skip 1tr, [1TR, 3CH, 1TR] in space before next dc, turn
Repeat row 3 to length required.

double shell trim

One Response to “Double Shell trim”

  1. I like them, thank you! « carvingtimefromlife Says:

    […] Personally, I’d opt for a good Russian vodka Double Shell trim […]


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