Easy Interlocking Colors in Coral, Gray, and White

 
 
 
 
 

 Pattern

(see bottom of page for abbreviation guide)

Do a foundation chain of multiples of 8 plus five.

ROW 1: 1 SC into 2nd CH from hook, 1 SC in next 3 CHs, *1 DC into each of next 4 CHs, 1 SC into each of next 4 SC; REP * to end, turn.

ROW 2: CH 1, 1 SC into each of next 4 SC, *1 DC into each of next 4 DC, 1 SC into each of next 4 SC, REP * to end, turn.

ROW 3: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC), SK first SC, 1 DC into each of next 3 SC, *1 SC into each of next 4 DC, 1 DC into each of next 4 SC, rep from * to end, turn.

ROW 4: CH 3, SK first ST, 1 DC into each of next 3 DC, *1 SC into each of next 4 SC, 1 DC into each of next 4 DC; rep from * to end, working last DC into 3rd of CH-3, turn.

ROW 5: CH 1, 1 SC into each of next 4 DC, *1 DC into each of next 4 SC, 1 SC into each of next 4 DC, REP from * to end, working last SC into 3rd of CH-3, turn.

Repeat the rows 2-5 changing colors as you wish. This can be made with as many colors as you’d like. I chose three. I used Bernat softee baby in coral, a striped gray and white with an H hook.

 

Good luck!  As always, leave me a comment if you have a question, or this pattern doesn’t make sense to you and I will help you as much as possible.  The easiest and fastest way is to find me on Instagram @daisyfarmcrafts. Or shoot me an email at [email protected] or feel free to leave a comment.

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With love,

Tiffany