Leaf Pattern

I crocheted another leaf.  You can see from the photo that I was more relaxed when I made this one – my tension is not so tight so the leaf is bigger.  The pattern is below.

leavesLeaf Pattern (UK terminology)

  1. 15 ch
  2. 1 dc into 2nd ch from hook, 1 dc into each ch except last, (1dc, 3ch, 1dc) into last ch [this forms the tip of the leaf], 1 dc into ch along opposite side of foundation ch, 2 dc into same place as last dc [this forms the base of the leaf].  For the remainder of the pattern, dc into the back loop (when viewed from the right side) of each dc. 1 dc into each of next 10 dc, 1 ch, turn work over.
  3. 1 dc into each dc until the first of the dcs at the base of the leaf.  Don’t forget to work into the back loop only – on this reverse side this means working into the front loop.  3 dc into centre of 3 dc at base.  1 dc into each dc except last 4 dc, 1 ch, turn work over.
  4. Repeat step 3, remembering to work into the back loop of the dcs, until you have the number of points on your leaf that you require.
  5. Work down to the base of the leaf as before but work the last two sts as ss and finish off in the centre dc of the base.
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Posted on June 14, 2017, in Crochet and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Very pretty, I love them!

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  2. pretty cool Sarah—when I first glanced at the photo I thought cactus 🙂
    I now see a fall motif throw 🙂

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