Oh, now I get it! Stitching with cotton is such a pleasant feeling and just using one colour really shows off the definition of each stitch. These worked up quickly whilst sitting at one of Hannah's little friend's birthday parties. I must admit that I didn't dare use one for ages as I was worried that the cotton would stretch/stain/ fuzz up with use. But they really are wonderful to use, wash beautifully and stay in shape. Both my girls now have one as well with requests for new colours soon! So here is my very simple pattern- there are so many out, I know- I hope my sisters also use and love theirs.
Size 4mm hook
Abbreviations: DC- Double crochet
- Ch 34. DC in 3rd chain from hook, DC in each stitch to the end. Turn.
- Ch 1, DC in first stitch, (Ch 1, skip 1, DC) repeat to the end of the row with a DC in last stitch. Turn.
- (Ch 1skip 1, DC in next stitch) repeat to the end of the row with a DC in last stitch. Turn.
- Repeat row 3 until you have a square. Turn.
- Ch 1, DC in each stitch for the final row.
- Add a DC in the corner and DC all around the edge, putting 2DC in each corner. This will stop the fabric from stretching.
- Weave in ends.