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Crochet Beaded Covers & Doilies


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These circular beaded covers are very useful for keeping falling debris and bugs out of beverages, mason jars & wine glasses, and any size food container! Plus they make pretty doilies! I designed this simple pattern for my daughter's outside wedding. They make great gifts! They also work well at barbeques and even indoor parties so your quests will always be able to find their drinks! They are easy and quick to make! Basic US crochet stitches are illustrated. Adding beads, buttons, or charms at the ends of the chain loops not only add beauty but also weights the covers down so they stay on your beverages and containers! Make different colors and any size to fit your decor or occasion! The beaded cover samples are about 5.5 inch in diameter and with the chain loops and beads or buttons they measure about 8.5 inches wide. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY slip knot, chain, single crochet, double crochet, increased stitches, slip stitch GAUGE Not Required SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Any Size SUGGESTED YARN 50 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Aunt Lydia's Fashion 3 100% Cotton Crochet Thread-Weight#1; By Coats & Clark

Supplies Needed

  • Crochet Hook Size G-6 (4mm), Scissors, Small Safety Pin
  • Beads, Buttons, or Charms with hole size to fit thread

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Alaska Locker Hooking Etc.
Alaska Locker Hooking Etc.
I am an author, fiber artist, and a CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher), specializing in locker hooking, crochet, sewing, mixed media, and Zentangle Art. "Alaska Locker Hooking Etc." started in 1999, after I wrote the first book on locker hooking with fabric entitled, "Locker Hooking With Fabric Strips" and I started teaching classes. In 2005, I started designing crochet patterns and teaching rag rug classes. I also make "Alaskan Stuffies", which are fun stuffed polar fleece creatures with crazy eyes and big hearts! In 2014, I became a CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher) in Providence, Rhode Island, and was trained by Maria Thomas and Rich Roberts, founders of the Zentangle Method. I currently teach Zentangle Art classes in Anchorage, Alaska.