Terry Cloth Laundry Bag and Hosiery Hanger



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Terry Cloth Laundry Bag #815

This bag may be made with any of the AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY products listed below:

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Cover embroidery hoop with ribbon as illustrated.

Attach thread 6 inches from one corner of one wash cloth, * ch 7, skip about 3/8th inch space s c in next space, repeat from, repeat from * to corner, ch 7, s c in same space, * ch 7, skip about 3/8 inch space, s c in next space, repeat from * for 6 inches, place other cloth on top of 1st cloth, insert hook 6 inches from corner of 2nd cloth and working through both cloths, s c in same space with last s c, ** ch 7, skip about 3/8 inch space, s c in next space, * ch 7, skip about 3/8 inch space, s c in next space, repeat from ** twice, * ch 7, skip about 3/8 inch space, s c in next space, repeat from * to within 6 inches from next corner working last s c in same space as starting ch, * ch 7, skip 3/8 inch space of 2nd cloth, s c in next space, repeat from * to corner, ch 7, s c in same space, * ch 7, skip 3/8 inch space, s c in next space, repeat from * across remaining free edge ending with sl st in same space where the 2 clothes are joined.

2nd Row –
Turn and with inside of free sections toward you, sl st to center of 1st loop of 2nd cloth, ch 4, 1 tr c, ch 3, 2 tr c in same space, * 2 tr c, ch 3, 2 tr c (shell) in center st of next loop, repeat from * around all free edges, join in 4th st of ch.

3rd Row – Ch 3, sl st in same space, picot, 2 s c, ch 3, 2 s c in ch 3 loop of shell, skip 2 tr c, sl st in next tr c, repeat from beginning all around, cut thread.

With right side of loops of 1st row toward you and working around lower edge of bag, attach thread in picot above joining of 2 cloths, shell in center st of 1st loop, * shell in center st of next loop, repeat from * to opposite side, sl st in picot above joining, cut thread, do not turn.

Next Row –
Attach thread in 1st tr c of 1st shell around lower edge, 2 s c, ch 3, 2 s c in loops of same shell, * skip 2 tr c, sl st in next tr c, ch 3, sl st in same space, 2 s c, ch 3, 2 s c in loop of next shell, repeat from * all around to opposite side ending row with sl stitch in last tr c of lower edge, cut thread.

Fold corners down as illustrated, attach thread at one end where cloths are joined and work a row of loops all around folded edge.

2nd Row – Sl st to center of loop and work a shell in center st of each loop, join.

3rd Row – Sl st to center of shell, * ch 7, s c in loop of next shell, repeat from * all around, ch 3, tr c in last sl st.

4th Row – Ch 4, tr c, ch 3, 2 tr c in tr c of previous row, * shell in center st of next loop, repeat from * all around, join. Repeat the 3rd and 4th rows once then repeat the 3rd row once.

8th Row – Working over hoop, * ch 15, bring ch backward, s c in next loop, ch 15, bring ch forward, s c in next loop, repeat from * all around in same manner ending row to correspond, join, cut thread.

Handle – Beading: Crochet a ch 25 inches or a little longer than length desired, s c in 2nd ch from hook, * ch 7, skip 7 sts of ch, d tr c (3 times over hook) in next st, repeat from * until beading measures 23 inches, ch 7, skip 7 sts, s c in next st, cut off remainder of ch, do not turn.

2nd Row – Ch 4, * shell in center st of next loop, repeat from * to last loop, ch 4, s c in s c, working on other side of beading, ch 4, * shell in center st of next shell, repeat from * to last loop, ch 4, sl st in s c, do not turn.

3rd Row – 4 s c in 1st loop, 1 s c in each of the next 2 tr c, 2 s c, ch 3, 2 s c in loop of shell, * skip 2 tr c, sl st in next tr c, ch 3, sl st in same space, 2 s c, ch 3, 2 s c in loop of next shell, repeat from * to last shell of 1st side, 1 s c in each of the next 2 tr c of same shell, 4 s c in next loop, s c in s c, 4 s c in next loop, 1 s c in each of the 1st 2 tr c of the next shell, 2 s c, ch 3, 2 s c in loop of same shell, continue all around in same manner ending row to correspond, join, cut thread. Lace ribbon through beading and sew to each end of hoop.

Hosiery Hanger #817

Materials Required: AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY “STAR” BLEND YARN, Article 75
1 skein each Lt. Green and Cerise will make 2 hangers.
6 plastic clip Clothespins
1 metal Hanger
Steel crochet hook No. 0

With Light Green, starting at top of hook work a row of s c around entire hanger having 123 s c across lower edge, cut yarn.

2nd Row – Attach Cerise, s c in same space, ch 2, sl st in top of s c for picot, * 1 s c in each of the next 4 s c, ch 2, sl st in top of last s c for picot, repeat from * all around, cut yarn.  Attach Cerise between 4th and 5th picots at lower edge, * ch 6, s c in top of 1 side of clothespin pulling loop through the hole of clothespin and also pulling loop up about ½ inch, ch 3, s c through hole at top of opposite side of same clothespin, ch 6, skip 4 picots of last row, sl st between last skipped picot and next picot, repeat from * 5 times, cut yarn.

FLOWER: With Cerise ch 2, 6 s c in 2nd st from hook join in 1st s c, ch 3, 2 tr c in same space, ch 3, sl st in same space, * sl st in next s c, ch 3, 2 tr in same space, ch 3, sl st in same space, repeat from * 4 times, cut yarn. Work another flower in same manner.

LEAVES: * With Green ch 12, s c in 2nd st from hook, 1 s d c in next st of ch (s d c: yarn over hook, insert in st, pull loop through, yarn over and pull through all loops at one time), 1 d c in each of the next 6 sts, 1 s d c in next st, 1 s c in each of the next 2 sts of ch, do not cut yarn, repeat from * 3 times, cut yarn. Sew on hanger as illustrated having 2 leaves on each side and the 2 flowers in the center.


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