Crochet Curtains! [Free Crochet Pattern]


As the spring weather rolls in, I've been taking more liberty with freetime (that isn't actually freetime) in order to spruce up my subterranean abode. A few posts ago, I mentioned my paranoia with having neighbors on the side where my window is now. I mean come on, one of their windows is directly facing mine. No bueno. So I said up and made another of my famous crochet curtains! Though, I did a video on them last year, I thought it'd be nice to make a written tutorial for the project.



That's why I'm writing today! I hope you'll enjoy this pattern as much as I do. If so, don't forget to share with your crafty friends online! It helps me know whether or not to keep writing up these patterns. đź’–


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Materials:


1 - Skein Bernat Bundle Yarn (Yarn A)


1- Bernat Softee Chunky, or Blanket Yarn (Yarn B)


1 - Adjustable Curtain Rod


4 - 6 cabone rings or shower curtain rings (if you want to be able to remove the curtain later without taking down the rod itself)

Cabone Rings

Shower Curtain Rings

1 - 10 mm crochet hook


Scissors


Yarn Needle


Fray Check


Tape Measure


Abbreviations:


ch - chain

st(s) - stitch(es)

sc - single crochet

dc - double crochet

* - repeat til the end


Pattern:


Row 1: Using Yarn A; Ch 1, place ring over your hook between the ch and the working yarn. Now continue to sc into ring 5 times, *ch 6 and place ring over your hook between the ch and the working yarn and sc 5 into ring; repeat this as many times as needed to accommodate the width of your window (or half your window width if you're making panels).




Row 2: Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Row 3: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 4: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 5: Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Row 6: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 7: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 8: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 9: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 10: Switch to Yarn B; Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Row 11: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 12: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 13: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 14: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 15: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 16: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 17: Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Row 18: Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Row 19: Switch back to Yarn A; Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Row 20: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 21: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 22: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 23: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 24: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 25: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 26: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 27: Ch 3, dc into the next st and into each st along the row.


Row 28: Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Row 29: Ch 1, sc into base of ch 1 and into each st along your row.


Ch 1 and fasten off!

Weave in all of your ends and tack then down with Fray Check if needed.


You can now hang your masterpiece!


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