Tea Coffee Drip Catchers Animal Crochet

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Tea Coffee Drip Catchers Animal Crochet Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Kitchen Accessory

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain, slipstitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, bobble stitch, increasing and decreasing

Pattern Description:

Get rid of those nasty tea or coffee drips on your beloved wooden table or vintage tablecloth !
A drip catcher like this will spruce up every tea or coffee pot and will be a great personal gift for any tea or coffee lover.
This is a crochet pattern that will guide you to crochet these 5 lovely little creatures to embellish your tea or coffee pot. The pattern is my own original design and is described in english, using US terminology and contains a lot of pictures, as well as a description for how to assemble the drip catchers.
The drip catchers are made from cotton yarn and crochet hook 2,5 mm (size C) and will be approx. 4,5 - 6 cm tall. (1,77 - 2,36 inch)
Used stitches : chain, slipstitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, bobble stitch
Gauge is not important, just work tight enough so the stuffing will not show through.

Materials:

  • wool, acrylic or cotton yarn suitable for crochet hook C (2,5 mm)

You Will Also Need:

  • Tea or coffee pot

About Designer

About Designer

Millionbells on craftsy.com

Hi !
All my life I've been busy with all kinds of crafting as a hobby and I have a creative job as a florist in my little hometown here in the Netherlands. A few years ago I rediscovered crocheting and I started designing my own crochet patterns. I hope you like my designs and enjoy crocheting them as much as I do !
Thanks for visiting and purchasing from my shop !

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