Crochet Shell and Vst Pattern

Check out and learn this cool and easy crochet shell and vst pattern,
for use on blankets, baby items or projects around your home, I have
used it in a few of my earlier designs, see below for a link to my free
baby outfit crochet pattern.

See other great stitches in my crochet stitch collection

crochet shell and vst

 

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Crochet Shell and Vst Pattern

Abbreviations
dc.        Double Crochet
Shell.    (2dc, ch1, 2dc) in same space or stitch
vst.       (1dc, ch2, 1dc) in same space or stitch

I used a 4.00mm hook and worsted weight #3 yarn for the sample.

Make chain length loosely in multiples of 3

Work 1 shell (see abbrev) in 6th ch from hook, * miss 2ch, 1shell in
next ch, * rpt from * to * along to last 3ch, miss 2ch, 1dc in last ch.
Turn.


1st Row – ch3, 1vst (see abbrev) in ch1 of each shell to end, 1dc in
top of ch3. Turn.


2nd Row – ch3, 1 shell in each ch2 space of vst to end, 1dc in top of
ch3. Turn.

Rpt 1st & 2nd Rows to required length.

Hope you enjoy making lots of pretty things with this lovely shell and vst
pattern.

Please can you pin it for others to learn.

Have fun until next time.

 

 

Print a copy of this free three Piece Baby Set made in the same stitch HERE

 

 

 

 

 

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All pattern sizing, yarn weights, gauges etc on this website are approximate
as everybody crochets differently.
Every effort is made to ensure this pattern
is correct, but I am only human so mistakes may be made, if you find one please let me know by e-mail on crochetncreate@btinternet.com

The written instructions and pictures for this crochet shell and vst pattern are copyrighted
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and vst pattern, I just ask that you use your own pictures and put a link back to
crochet ‘n’ create.

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