The Ember Ruby Wine Glass Lanyard
I've named my design 'The Ember Ruby Wine Glass Lanyard' in memory of my granddaughter, who was born prematurely at 20 weeks gestation, and lived for 3 hours.
Ember Ruby is a treasured member of our family.
Her mummy and daddy have been inspired by her short life. Their mission is to develop a design business, Ember Design, to carry on their daughter's name and to help others visualise their ideas.
They are taking part in a crowd funding project Spark My Potential
to raise the funds that they need.
I have written up the pattern for The Ember Ruby Wine Glass Lanyard .
There is no charge for this pattern, but if you would like to pledge a few dollars to Ember Design's Project, that would be great.
Here are the instructions for
'The Ember Ruby Wine Glass Lanyard'
Materials3mm crochet hook
Cotton Yarn - I used Moda Vera Jalap-100% cotton-sport weight yarn
I have used American stitch names.
sl st =slip stitch
hdc=half double crochet
Ch 28, join with a slip stitch in first ch, taking care not to twist the chain.
Working in rounds. Do not turn work.
Ch 1, sc in next ch, 3 ch, miss 2 ch.
(sc, 3 ch, miss 2 ch) around.
Join with sl st in 1st sc.
You should have 9 loops/spaces.
Ch 3. (1 sc in 3 ch space, ch 3) around. Sc in last 3 ch space. Join with sl st in sl st of previous round.
You should have 9 loops/spaces.
*ch 3, miss next space, in following space work (1 tr, 1 ch) 3x, 1 tr, ch 3, miss next sc and 3 ch space, sc into next sc * around. Join with sl st, in sl st of previous round.
You should have 3 treble clusters.
*3 ch, 1 sc between first and second tr. 4 ch, 1 sc between third and fourth tr, 3 ch, 1 sc in next sc* repeat around, but last time join with sl st in joining st from previous round, instead of last sc.
You should have 9 spaces.
3 ch, 1 sc in first sc, 3 ch *1 sc in each space, 3 ch* around. Finish with sc in last sp, 3 ch, sl st to joining st from last round.
4 ch. In first space work (1 tr, 1 ch) 3x.
1 tr, 3 ch, miss next space.
*1 sc in next sc, ch 3, miss next 3 ch space, in following space work (1 tr, 1 ch) 3x, 1 tr, ch 3, miss next sc and space.* twice.
1 sc in next sc, 3 ch, join with sl st to top of 4 ch at beginning of round.
You should have 3 treble clusters in this round.
Ch 3, sc between first and second treble, ch 4, sc between third and fourth treble, Ch 3, skip space 1 sc in next sc * Ch 3, 1 sc between first and second treble, ch 4, 1 sc between third and fourth treble, Ch 3, skip space, 1 sc in next sc* around. Ch 3, join with sl st to joining st from previous round.
Ch 3, 1 sc in next space, ch 3. *1 sc in each space, 3ch* around. Sc in last sp, sl st to sl st from previous round.
9 spaces made.
Ch 3, sc in first sc. Then repeat round 3. Last stitch is a sl st in joining sl st from previous round instead of sc.
You should have 3 clusters.
Ch 3, sc in first sc. Repeat Round 4 to last sc between third and fourth treble, ch 3
Join in first sc.
Round 11 (Scalloped Edging)
Ch 1, *In each space, work (1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc), sl st in sc,* around.
End with sl st in base of beginning ch 1.
Don't fasten off.
Make 150 ch.
Join with sl st into opposite side of edging, between 5th and sixth scallop from start, working into stitch beneath sl st between scallops.
(Take care not to twist the length of chain before you join it.)
Ch 1 and sl st into same st to the left of the first sl st.
Working on right side of stitches, sc into each chain until back to start.
Sl st in stitch below base of first ch.
Weave all ends in securely.
This design and pattern are my intellectual property, and as such are under copyright.
Please do not sell or copy this pattern for commercial use.
You are welcome to sell items that you make from my pattern.
If you sell or blog about your projects online I would appreciate a link to this page.
If you find any errors, please let me know so that I can correct them.