I spent quite some time to create this bigger anchor crochet pattern. If you like a smaller and simpler pattern, you can try to follow the pattern I uploaded in another article earlier. Today, I can finally share the pattern with you and I’m quite happy with that 🙂
I’ve decided to make this pattern because I’ve got a request to make a bigger anchor pattern which fits on a baby blanket. (I’m so happy to get some feedbacks, so I was really happy to receive a request ♡ ) If you follow the instruction below and use size H hook (5mm) and medium weight yarn, the size of the finished work would be around 17cm x 17cm (6.7 inch x 7.6 inch). Of course, you can use whatever crochet hook you have and whatever yarn you would like to use! 🙂
This is how I use the applique. It looks good on my crochet bag 🙂 ♡
This time, the instruction will look slightly complicated (but not so difficult to follow), so I made a diagram to explain the pattern. I also wrote how to proceed the pattern in the picture just next to the diagram. For those who don’t like reading symbols, I will also explain in words. My tutorial “step” numbers are synchronized with the numbers written in the picture below. Well, let’s get started 😀
◆Anchor pattern in a crochet diagram◆
- ch(s): chain(s)
- ss: slip stitch
- st(s): stitch(es)
- sc: single crochet
- hdc: half double crochet
- dc: double crochet
- tc: treble crochet
- dt: double treble
Step 1. Make a double magic ring. Ch 2. (1 hdc in the magic ring, 1 ch) three times. Close the loop of the magic ring. Ss to the 1st hdc.
Step 2. Ch 12. 1 dc in the 4th st from the hook. 1 dc in each of the next 8 sts.
Step 3. Ss to the point A (shown in the picture below). (1 sc, ch 1 and 1 sc) in the next st.
Step 4. Ch 12. 1 dc in the 4th stitch from the hook. 1 dc in each of the next 8 sts.
Step 5. Ss to the point B (shown in the picture below). Ss in each st for the following 10 sts.
Step 6. Ch 3. 1 sc in the 2nd st from the hook. 1 hdc in the next st. 1 dc in the next st. 1 tc in the next st. 1 dt in the next st. Ch 1.
Step 7. Ss in each st to get to the point A. (for 12 ss)
Step 8. Ch 1. Ss in the following 3 sts. Ch 1.
Step 9. Ss for the following 8 sts.
Step 10-1. Ch 5. 1 tc in the next st, 1 dc in the next st.
Step 10-2. Ch 3. 1 sc in the 2nd st from the hook. 1 hdc in the next st. Ss to the bottom.
Step 11. Skip the next st. Ss to the following 8 sts. (You are now back in the point B.)
Step 12. Ch 14. 1 hdc in the 3rd st from the hook. 1 hdc in the next 3 sts.
Step 13. Ch 6. 1 dc in the 4th st from the hook. 1 dc in the next 2 sts.
Step 14. Ch 6. 1 hdc in the 3rd st from the hook. 1 hdc in the next 3 sts.
Step 15. 3 hdc in the next space. Ss to the next st.
Step 16. Turn the work and ss for the next 3 sts.
Step 17. 1 dc in the following 8 sts.
Step 18. Ss to the point C (shown in the picture below). Cut the yarn and trim the end. The bottom part is done 🙂
Step 19. Ch 10. Ss to the 1st st.
Step 20. Ch 2. 1 hdc in the bottom st. 2 hdc in each st of the row. (19 hdc)
Step 21. Ss to the 1st st of the row. Cut the yarn, leaving some length for the sewing purpose. Attach the top part to the bottom part of the anchor motif with the left yarn.
Now, this is done 😀
Thank you if you are with me till here 🙂
Enjoy decorating things around you!! 😀
If you have a blog, I’ll be definitely happy when you write about this pattern and your achievements. At that time, I can never be happier if it would have a link to my blog ♡♡♡
*** Added on November 2015 ***
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