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Crochet Letter H

 How to crochet the letter H You can chain any number depending how bi or small you want the number to be. I used cotton mercerized yarn and 2.5 mm hook.                              Video Tutorial Written Pattern Ch 17 Row1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch till the end of the row Row2 to 6: ch1, sc in every st. fasten off. Row 7: join the yarn with a sl knot in the 7th st, ch1, sc in the same st, sc in the next 3 st, turn. Row8 to 11: ch1, sc in every st, continue chaining, 7. Row 12: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and st, continue chaining 6. Row 13: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and st. Row 14 to 17: ch1, sc in every st. fasten off.                      

Crochet number 4

So back to crocheting numbers after a break of few days, I honestly got bored of crocheting numbers and letters but because I promised that I will be making them for March, I had to continue.

So this pattern is on how to make the number 4 the normal way ( thin) and further down I explain how I made it the wider way like in the picture and the video, so you choose which one to make.

The size of the number depends in the beginning chains, so from that you make a big or small number and also the type of yarn you use and crochet hook, I recommend using the crochet hook number matching the yarn type for a better looking crochet work.

In my tutorial I have used a cotton yarn and 3MM crochet hook.




                                                            


Video Tutorial

PDF Pattern

Abbreviations:

sc: single crochet

sl st: slip stitch

st: stitch

2sctog: 2 single crochet together


Crochet number 4 ( for the thin 4)

Written Pattern

Ch 11

Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch.

Row2: ch1, sc in the 1st st as ch1, sc in every st , 2 sc in the last st.

Row3: ch1, 2 sc in the same st as ch1, sc in every st till end of the row.

Row 4: ch1, sc in every st, 2sc in the last st.

Working on one side only.( in 7 stitches)

Row 5: Ch1, 2 sc in the 1st st, sc in every st, 2 sctog in the last 2 st.

Row 6: ch1, 2sctog, sc in every st, 2 sc in the last st.

Row7: Repeat row 5

Row8: Repeat row 6

Row9: Repeat row 5

Row10: Repeat row 6

Row11: Repeat row 5

Row12: Repeat row 6

Row13: Repeat row 5

Row14: Repeat row 6

Row15: Repeat row 5

Fasten off.

Now working on the opposite side. Join the yarn with a slip knot

Row 5 to 15: ch1, sc in the next 7 st, or 6 if that's the only stitches left, repeat for 15 rows.

at the end of row 15, ch4 and join to the other end of the number. sc in every st, continue chaining 5

Row 16: sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc in every ch and every st.

Row 17 to 21: ch 1, sc in every st.

Row 22 : Working under the straight  panel, sc in the next 10 st.

Row 23 to 33: ch 1, sc in the next 7  st.

Fasten off, the number 4 is complete.

For the wider look number, the difference is on the side panel, so from row 5 to 15, on the outer side you will start with 2sc and the inner side ( end of the row) only 1 sc, the extending of the panel is only happening from the outer side.



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