crochet spider and spiderling

This spider is quick and easy to make.  It is also great for using up leftover thread or yarn!  There are two different sizes, the spider measures about 2" and the spiderling measures about 1 1/2".




Materials needed for the spider-


  • small amount of size 3 crochet thread
  • 2.75 mm hook

Materials needed for the spiderling-


  • small amount of size 10 crochet thread
  • 1.75 mm hook
Special stitches-

picot- ch 2, sl st in second ch from hook


Note- If you are making the loop for hanging make sure to leave about 6" of thread before starting the chain stitches.

Instructions-


ch 4, in fourth ch from hook work (3 tr, ch 3)


in the free loop of the same st work (sc, and working behind the end of the thread, ch 2, sc)  the beginning thread end should be in the front, as shown in the picture below




 ch 3, sl st in the next tr, ch 9, sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 7 ch, ch 7, sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 5 ch, sl st in same tr, first 2 legs complete


ch 8, sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 6 ch, ch 9, sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 7 ch, sl st in same tr, 4 legs complete


 sl st in next tr and work [ch 1, (hdc, picot) twice, hdc, ch 1, sl st]


sl st in next tr, ch 9 sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 7 ch, ch 8, sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 6 ch, sl st in same tr, 6 legs complete



ch 7, sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 5 st, ch 9, sl st in second ch from hook, and in next 7 st, sl st in same tr, 8 legs complete 


ch 3, sl st in first sc, and in next sp, cut the thread leaving about 6", fasten off drawing both ends through the loop.  


With both ends in the loop pull it closed and tie a knot at the end.





This pattern is by Julia Hart of Draiguna.  Feel free to link this pattern, please do not reprint it on your site.  You can sell the items made from this pattern.  Please credit me as the designer, Julia Hart of Draiguna, or link to my etsy shop, www.draiguna.etsy.com, or my blog www.draiguna.com.  Please do not claim this pattern as your own, sell, or distribute it.   Thank you!

3 comments:

  1. I have been crocheting for almost 50 years. I had excellent teachers in reading patterns and in actual hands on crocheting. I have even written a few patterns myself. This was one of the most confusing patterns I've tried to make sense of in a long time, fortunately the pictures were clear and for the most part explanatory.

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  2. Большое спасибо за описание. Оставила ссылки на него у себя на канале и в блоге.

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