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Free crochet collar pattern
Dress up your wardrobe with this pretty collar!
crocheted collar
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Materials:
  • crochet cotton thread
     (I used "Pinqouin fol d'ecosse No 5" - shown here)
  • 2 mm hook
    Note! - Collars start with a 4 row foundation,
            to be turned under garment.
          - Collars may be worn with opening at front or
            back as desired.
            
    Foundation rows: Starting at neck edge with yarn,
                     ch number of stitches specified 
                     for collar. (below)
    
    Directions
    Ch 90 (94 & 102)to measure approx.14" (15" & 16")
    Foundation:
    Row 1: Dc in 6th ch from hook, 
           *ch 1, skip next ch, dc in next ch.
           Repeat from * across; ch 4, turn.
    Row 2: Skip 1st dc and 1st ch, 
           dc in next dc (1st sp made).       
           *Ch 1, skip ch 1, dc in next dc. 
           Repeat from * across, ending skip 1 ch,
           dc in next st of turning ch (last sp made);
           ch 4, turn.
    Repeat Row 2 twice. 
           Foundation rows have been completed,
           Now ch 3, turn, and work as pattern below:
    
    Collar:
    Row 1: Work shell of (2dc, ch 2, 2dc) in 1st sp, 
           *skip next sp, work shell in next sp.
           Repeat from * across, turn and sl st to 
           center of last shell.
    Row 2: Work shell in sp of each shell of last row. 
           Turn and sl st back to center of
           last shell for next row.
    Row 3 & 4: Repeat last row, 
           but work ch 3 between dc's of shells.
    Row 5: Repeat last row,
           but work ch 4 between dc's of shells. 
           Ch 1, turn.
    Working across last row of collar; 
    sc in each dc and in 
    each ch 4 sp. work (3 sc, ch 3, sl st in bottom 
    of ch3 to form picot,3 sc). End off.
    
    Attach yarn at top of neck of collar. Ch 10 for button loop.
    Darn ends in. Sew button on other side. Now 
    you are all set to hook loop over the button 
    to keep in place. Enjoy!
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