Monday, April 18, 2011

Crochet Pattern For Bowl made of T-Shirt yarn or "Tarn"

Crochet Pattern For Bowl 
made of T-Shirt yarn or "Tarn"
By Sara Sach of
 Posh Pooch Designs
The Crochet Pattern for the Bowl made of Tarn
 is a really super easy Pattern.
Did you purchase some of the Tarn or T- Shirt yarn when it was on sale From Lion Brand.
I did, and decided to update this pattern.
I Love it Crocheted up with the Fettuccini Yarn!
This Yarn makes a sturdy bowl that is perfect for using
 as a yarn bowl.
I ordered an assortment of of The T - Shirt Yarn.
Some of the Tarn varies in size and you can have a bowl
 that is a little smaller or bigger.
This Bow can be used for lots of different things,
 but I think it is a great travel yarn bowl. 
You can fold it up and put it in your yarn bag, 
and pull it out when you need it.


See The video on my Youtube Crochet
 Channel At This LINK


Tarn Bowl Crochet Pattern
Please Add This Pattern to Your Ravelry Favorites 

Skill:  Easy

Materials :
Crochet Hook: N/ 10.00MM
T-Shirt yarn or "Tarn" as some call it -2 colors(C1, C2) total of 9 oz.
    I used Lion Brand Fettucini
A piece of yarn to mark your rows

Stitches:
Chain(ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single crochet (sc)
Back Loop Only (blo)
Change to (chgto)

Size: 8 X 5 inches
2 chs = 1 inch, 1 Row = 1 inch

Notes:
Bowl is worked in Rounds, no joining.

R: 1 - Ch 6 with C1, 1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook,
1 sc in the next 3 chs, 2 sc in the last ch, turn,
stitching down the opposite side of the ch,
2 sc in the 1st ch, 1 sc in the next 3 ch, 2 sc in the last ch. (14 sc)

Mark each row with the piece of yarn

R: 2 - 2 sc in each sc. (28sc)

R: 3 - *2 sc in the lst sc, 1 sc in the next sc, repeat from * around the oval. (42sc)

R: 4 - BLO, (this row only)1 sc in each sc. (42sc)

R: 5 -  1 sc in each sc. (42sc)

R: 6 - R: 7  -Repeat R: 4

R: 8 - Chgto C2, 1 sc in each sc. (42sc)

R: 9 - Repeat R: 8 (42sc)

R: 10 - Chgto C1, 1 sc in each sc ( 42 sc)

R: 11 - 1 sc in each sc, tie off weave in ends. (42 sc)


 Would like to earn how to make your own Tarn?
I have and it's lots of fun, and a great way to recycle 
old T- Shirts.
Happy Hooking!

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