:: Pip’s Crocheted Christmas Baubles :: As Seen In Frankie Magazine…

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Please Note ::
You can listen to me on the radio here! I am halfway through this podcast!
Now back to the crochet….
This is in AU/UK terminology! So you need to convert if you are using US Terminology.
This is a bit like making a granny square, only easier! And faster!
I used a 3.5mm hook and baby yarn (4 ply) for this grey one.
I got the clear glass baubles at Lincraft and the pink bauble is from Big W.
If you are having trouble crocheting in to the first gap when you go up to the next round, if it feels like you are crocheting backwards, then flip your work over and crochet on the reverse side, as per the instructions.
This pattern can be varied dramatically : do feel free to play around and go wild with this idea!
The baubles I used are 20cm in circumference. But you could use 15cm balls and they would still fit, I reckon! If you go any bigger, you should add one more round (make it the same as round six)
Thank you!
xx your pal, Pip

More crocheted Christmas decorations here and here
Please make a toy for Mirabel!!

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