Ok, I'm on a roll. Sort of. I've written another pattern! Woo!
Here it is, just for you guys. I'm giving back to the internets, as I've gotten so many ideas and patterns for free from it!
This is written in UK ENGLISH terms, translation at end!
This is a scraps/stash diving experiment, so use what you have to hand. However, the things I used (if you want to use similar) are:
Size 4mm (G) crochet hook
Scraps of Rowan RYC Soft Lux in "Clover" and "Mist" >>this is a worsted weight yarn<<>
Made especially for a 6.5" wrist (35 chain, plus 1 to turn) so feel free to amend to whatever size you need. I recommend measuring against a tape-measure before you commit to your foundation row though!
Shell stitch for the scallopy edge and pattern is dc, tr, dc in the specified stitch (or sc, dc, sc for Americans).
1. Ch 36
2. DC in 2nd CH from hook, DC across row
3. DC in FLO across, 1 CH, turn
4. DC in FLO across, 1 CH, turn
5. DC in FLO across, 1 CH, turn
6. DC in FLO across, 1 CH, turn
7. DC in FLO across, 1 CH, turn
8. Miss 2 sts, *DC, TR, DC in next st, 2 CH *rpt across, DC in last DC, 1 CH, turn
9. *1 DC in space, 2 DC in shell *rpt across, 1 DC in last shell, DC in last DC
10. *1 DC in space, 2 DC in shell *rpt across, 1 DC in last shell, DC in last DC
11. *DC in space, 3 CH, DC in space *rpt across, DC in last st
1. Attach yarn to bottom (1st row) of piece however you prefer, DC across the row
2. TR across row
3. *CH2, miss 2 sts, DC, TR, DC in next stitch *rpt across, DC in last DC
Turn wrong side out, whipstitch (or however you want) short sides together. Sew in ends.
Translation for those across the pond:
CH = CH
DC = SC
TR = DC
FLO= Front Loop Only (this will give a ribbed effect)
~ok, enjoy! If it doesn't make sense- please tell me! If you make one, I wanna see!