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These crochet curlicues are a pretty way to embellish your hats, but not only! You can use them for scarfs, toys, blanket edgings, the choice it's yours. One of the projects i used the curlicues for, was the Gum Drop Earflap.
You can crochet each curlicue separate (see Chart 1), or you can crochet more curlicues on the go, without cutting the yarn for each curlicue (the Curlicue Salad), in this case all the curlicues will slip stitch into a beginning magic ring. (see Chart 2)
Charted pattern for one curlicue:
Written Instructions- Curlicue Salad
You can make your curlicue salad in one color, or you can alternate the colors after each curlicue, slip stitching through the magic ring with other color.
Pattern: Begin with a magic ring, *chain 25 (or more chains if you want the curlicues longer), return and make 3 sc in the second chain from hook and 3 sc in each chain remained. Slip stitched into the magic ring with other color yarn*.
Repeat from * to *, always alternating the colors. Pull yarn tail to close the magic ring. Form the curlicue shape, rolling them in spiral.
See also the Video Tutorial made by Clare of Bobwilson 123 On Youtube below!
Charted pattern of the Curlicue Salad:
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