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Trick-or-Treat Cottage Crochet Pattern


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Trick-or-Treat Crochet Cottage Pattern


Materials:


  • 2 Skeins of Trick or Treat by Arcane Fibre Works ( 4 Medium Weight Yarn, 110g)

  • 1 Skein of Charcoal by Arcane Fibre Works (4 Medium Weight Yarn, 100g)

  • 1 Skein of Forest Green by Arcane Fibre Works (4 Medium Weight Yarn, 100g)

  • 1 Skein of Lion Brand DIY Glow Yarn (4 Medium Weight Yarn, 50g)

  • 4mm Crochet Hook

  • Yarn Needle

  • Polyfill

  • Scissors

  • Optional for Blocking (Steamer, Foam Mats and Blocking Pins)



Abbreviations:


  • CH- Chain

  • CHS- Chains

  • SC- Single Crochet

  • SCDEC- Single Crochet Decrease

  • SCBLO- Single Crochet Back Loop Only

  • STS- Stitches


Pattern:


Color Chart:

  • A- Trick or Treat

  • B- Forest Green

  • C- Charcoal

  • D- Glow Yarn



Side Panel (Make 1)


  1. Using color A, ch 27, in 2nd ch from hook sc, sc in each ch across.

  2. Ch 1 and turn the project, sc in each st across.

  3. Repeat row #2 for rows 3-25. Once you've reached row 25, cut working yarn but don't worry about weaving the ends in.


Side Panel and Bottom (Make 1)


  1. Using color A, ch 27, in 2nd ch from hook sc, sc in each ch across.

  2. Ch 1 and turn the project, sc in each st across.

  3. Repeat row #2 for rows 3-50.


Front and Back Panel (Make 2)


  1. Using color A, ch 27, in 2nd ch from hook sc, sc in each ch across.

  2. Ch 1 and turn the project, sc in each st across.

  3. Repeat row #2 for rows 3-25.

26. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 22 sts, scdec.

27. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 20 sts, scdec.

28. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 18 sts, scdec.

29. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 16 sts, scdec.

30. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 14 sts, scdec.

31. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 12 sts, scdec.

32. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 10 sts, scdec.

33. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 8 sts, scdec.

34. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 6 sts, scdec.

35. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 4 sts, scdec.

36. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, sc in next 2 sts, scdec.

37. Ch 1 and turn the project, scdec, scdec. Cut working yarn.


Roof (Make 2)


  1. Using color B, Ch 27, in 2nd ch from hook sc, sc in each ch across.

  2. CH 1 and turn project, scblo in each st across.

  3. Repeat row #2 for rows 3-19. Cut working yarn.


Door (Make 1)


  1. Using color C, ch 15, in 2nd ch from hook sc, sc across

  2. Ch 1 and turn the project, sc across

  3. Repeat row #2 for rows 3-13

14. Ch 1 and turn project, scdec, sc next 10 sts, scdec.

15. Ch 1 and turn project, scdec, sc next 8 sts, scdec.

16. Ch 1 and turn project, scdec, sc next 6 sts, scdec.

17. Ch 1 and turn project, scdec, sc next 4 sts, scdec.

18. Ch 1 and turn project, scdec, sc next 2 sts, scdec.


For the spiderweb: Using color D, attach to yarn needle, starting at the top left of the door insert needle and create the 1st line of the web. Pull the needle through 3 more times spacing each line apart evenly. Starting at the top right pull the yarn across all lines created. Repeat this 2 more times to finish the web.


Windows (Make 3)


  1. Using color C, ch 13, in 2nd ch from hook sc, sc across.

  2. Ch 1 and turn project, sc in each st across.

  3. Repeat row #2 for rows 3-11.


Using color D, attach to yarn needle and stitch 2 lines across for the window panes.


Adding the Door and Windows


Using color C and yarn needle, attach the door onto the bottom front panel. The middle of the door will be at stitch 13 of the front panel.


For the windows, use color C to attach 1 each to the back panel and side panels. I placed mine at different stitches to give it more of a distressed and less perfect look.



Seaming Together


*Before assembling it's best to block the entire project. This will give the best definition without the edges curling. I use a travel sized steamer, foam mats and blocking pins.




Use color C to seam each piece together with the mattress stitch. Here's a tutorial of the stitch.




Seam together the ends of the panels in this order:


  • Front, Side, Back, Side with Bottom





Next, attach one piece of the roof starting at the top of the front panel.

At this point stuff the cottage with polyfill. I over stuffed mine to make it look more bubbly and a bit cartoon like.


Attach the final roof panel starting at the top of the back panel.

Using the yarn needle, shove all of the ends into the cottage.


That's it! You've just finished your very first piece to a crochet village.


*Step by step full tutorial coming soon to my YouTube channel!


This is just the beginning of our Halloween crochet village journey and I hope you're excited! Tag me #altknotsghoulsquad to show off your finished version!


Kayla,

Alt Knots



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