Thursday, October 11, 2018

Arcanoweave Part 1


Hello!  Today I'm sharing the pattern for this little doily called Arcane Aura.  It has 8 rounds and measures about 4" in diameter if using size 10 thread.  The thread I used is Aunt Lydias size 10 cotton crochet thread in the colors Purple and Wood Violet.  

Here are links for the next 2 sections- 
This doily has 8 rounds and measures about 4" in diameter.
Pattern is written using U.S. Terminology.  
size 10 crochet thread- 20-25 yards
1.75 mm hook
yarn needle
scissors
Stitch Abbreviations

beg- beginning
ch- chain
dc- double crochet
hdc- half double crochet
sc- single crochet
st(s)- stitch(es)
yo- yarn over

Special Stitches

beg 3-dc cluster- ch 2, keeping last loop of each dc on hook, 2 dc in space indicated, yo and draw through all 3 loops on hook.

3-dc cluster- keeping last loop of each dc on hook, 3 dc in space indicated, yo and draw through all 4 loops on hook.

cluster- ch 3, dc in third ch from hook.

picot- ch 3, slip st in third ch from hook.


  • [ ] - work enclosed instructions the amount of times indicated, or work enclosed instructions in the stitch or space indicated

  • ★ - repeat the following instructions the amount of times indicated.

  • ( ) - Enclose additional information and the number of stitches at the end of a round.

Gauge

Rounds 1-4 measure about 11/2" in diameter.
Ch 5, slip st in 5th ch from hook to make a ring.

Round 1- ch 3 (counts as first dc), 15 dc in ring, slip st to third ch of first dc. (16 dc)

Round 2- ch 4 (counts as first dc and ch-1 space), [dc in next dc, ch 1] around, slip st to third ch of first dc. (16 dc, 16 ch-1 spaces)

Round 3- slip st in next ch-1 space, ch 1, sc in same space, [ch 2, sc in next ch-1 space] around, ch 1, sc in first sc to make last ch-2 space. (16 sc, 16 ch-2 spaces)

Round 4- ch 1, sc in same space, [ch 3, sc in next ch-2 space] around, dc in first sc to make last ch-3 space. (16 sc, 16 ch-3 spaces)

Round 5- beg 3-dc cluster in same space, [ch 5, 3-dc cluster in next ch-3 space] around, ch 2, dc in first 3-dc cluster to make last ch-5 space. (16 3-dc clusters, 16 ch-5 spaces)

Round 6- ch 6 (counts as first dc and ch-3 space), 
[dc, ch 3] twice in center ch of next ch-5 space, skip next 5 sts, repeat from  around, dc in same st as first dc, ch 1, hdc in third ch of first dc to make last ch-3 space. (32 dc, 32 ch-3 spaces)

Round 7- ch 3 (counts as first dc), 3 dc in same space, slip st in next ch-3 space, [7 dc in next ch-3 space, slip st in next ch-3 space] around, 3 dc in same space as first dc, slip st to third ch of first dc. (112 dc)

Round 8- cluster, picot, cluster, [skip next 6 dc, slip st in next dc, cluster, picot, cluster] around, slip st in same st as first cluster made, fasten off and weave in ends. (32 clusters, 16 picots)

Blocking and Finishing

It is optional but recommended to block your finished piece. Fill a bowl with water and add some liquid starch if you prefer the doily to be lightly stiffened. Soak the doily and gently press out any excess liquid, being careful not to pull or twist on the stitches. Lay it flat on a blocking mat and pin the doily working from the center out to the edges. Allow the doily to dry completely before removing the pins.




Here is a chart of the doily.  Start with ch 5 and slip st in the 5th ch from hook to make a ring.  There are 16 dc in the first round.


Starting Round 8
Step 1- ch 3 and make a dc in the third ch from the hook (first cluster made).
Step 2- ch 3 and make a slip st in the third ch from the hook (picot made).
Step 3- Repeat Step 1 to make the second cluster.
Step 4- Skip the next 6 dc and make a slip st in the next dc (center dc of next 7-dc group).


I hope that you enjoyed this pattern!  Stay tuned for part 2! :D


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



© 2018 Draiguna

12 comments:

  1. The finished doily is just beautiful!!!

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  2. I am a little confused about part 1 and part 2 can you be more specific

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  3. This has been selected as our groups first 2019 doily of the month! I just finished part 1! Lovely pattern, thank you!

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  4. You should make a video tutorial..these are amazing

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  5. I haven't yet begun this amazing work of art, but I have to tell you I am in awe of your masterpiece!

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  6. What an amazing masterpiece!

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  7. I sometimes have trouble understanding the instructions, like I get some of it but not all of it. Wish there was a video tutorial on this! But I'll get help from a more "seasoned" crocheter. Thanks, this is beautiful!

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  8. Your patterns are great. I would like it better if I didn't have to close out part 1 then go find part 2 and the same with all the pattern. Thank you for publishing it.

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  9. Your designs are amazing...I am writing the patterns down in a tablet so I have them all together. I don't have any yarn right now that I can use for this so I wrote it all down even what you said about giving you credit and if I make one for anyone I will attach a small tag to it with your information on it because you do deserve the credit for desining such beauty. Thank you for sharing all your designs with us. We appreciate you and your wonderful talents.

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  10. Красотища!!!

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