November 1

Rustic Gingham Tissue Cover ~ Free Crochet Pattern

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The holidays are right around the corner. Once again, Blackstone DesignsA Crocheted SimplicitySincerely Pam, and Crystalized Designs have teamed up to bring you a fun blog hop style Crochet-A-Long. In light of the holidays approaching, we’re bringing you free patterns perfect for the a cozy holiday! Check out the rustic tissue cover crochet pattern below for a cozy gingham pattern!

Tissue Cover Crochet Pattern Rustic Gingham by Crystalized Designs

Why a gingham tissue cover crochet pattern? That's easy! For instance, I love watching feel-good, happy tears, holiday movies. Above all though, it's always great to see my family during the holidays. But it's not see easy saying good-bye as they don't live near us. Plus, our lower level holiday decor has a woodsy theme and this rustic, outdoorsy cover is the perfect addition!


While each pattern will be on our blogs for the CAL, you will need to join each designer’s Facebook Community Group in order to participate and enter to win prizes. Also, follow the links below to join in the fun!

Blackstone Designs | Crochet Community
Monthly CAL | Sincerely Pam
A Crocheted Simplicity Crochet Community
Crystalized Designs Crochet Group

Cozy Holiday Crochet Along

This CAL runs from November 2nd - 13th, 2020. When you finish each pattern, you will post a photo of your finished item in that designer’s Facebook group to enter to win a pattern from that designer. Prizes are:

In addition, don’t forget to tag your WIPs and finished projects on social media using #CozyHolidayCAL  so we can see what you’re working on! But for now, have fun with this free gingham tissue crochet pattern!

Rustic Gingham Tissue Cover Crochet Pattern

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Rustic Tissue Cover Crochet Pattern


Materials:

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Sizing:

Fits standard size cube tissue box


Gauge:

15 sc x 18 rows = 4"


Pattern Key:

  • Ch(s): Chain(s)
  • Sc: Single Crochet
  • Hdc: Half Double Crochet
  • BLO: Back Loop Only
  • Slst: Slip Stitch
  • St(s): Stitch(es)
  • Beg: Beginning
  • *: Repeat according to instructions


Difficulty:

Intermediate (due to color changes)

Gingham Rustic Tissue Cover Crochet Pattern

You are free to sell your work from this pattern but may not share, copy or reproduce this pattern, in part or in whole. Photographs are copyright protected and may not be used. When selling your work, include a link back to this pattern as well as the following, “Pattern by Crystalized Designs”


Special Pattern Notes: 

Beginning chain does not count as a stitch.

First, the base of pattern is worked back and forth in rows. Then, the edging of base is worked in the round, along with the remaining rounds in the pattern. Work over alternating yarn in that row. Lastly, third color in every other round can either be finished off or carried up the join on the wrong side.


Specialty Stitches:

Picot: Ch 5, slst into base stitch (sc in this pattern). Find a written and video tutorial here.


Pattern Instructions

Ch 17 with color A

R1: Starting in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each st across – 16 sts

R2-3: Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across – 16 sts

R4-11: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across – 16 sts

R12-14: Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across -16 sts

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R15: Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in same, sc in next 14, 2 sc in last, rotate to work down raw edge, work 2 sc in first row end, work 14 sc evenly down to last row end, 2 sc in last row end, rotate to work along beg chain, 2 sc in first ch, sc in next 14 chs, 2 sc in last ch, rotate to work up raw edge, work 2 sc in first row end, work 14 sc evenly up raw edge, 2 sc in last row edge, join – 72 sts

*From here on out, work over color not being used*

R16: Working in BLO for entire round, ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color B, alternate color A and color B every 3 sc around, join with color A – 72 sts

R17: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color B, alternate color A and color B every 3 sc around, join with color B – 72 sts

R18: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color C, alternate color B and color C every 3 sc around, join with color B – 72 sts

R19: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color C, alternate color B and color C every 3 sc around, join with color A – 72 sts

R20: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color B, alternate color A and color B every 3 sc around, join with color A – 72 sts

R21: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color B, alternate color A and color B every 3 sc around, join with color B – 72 sts

Repeat Rounds 18-21 five additional times for a total of 41 rounds.

Round 42: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color C, alternate color B and color C every 3 sc around and working a picot in ever sixth stitch, join with color B – 72 sts, 12 picots

*Next, work Round 43 by keeping picots in front of stitches*

R43: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color C, alternate color B and color C every 3 sc around, join with color A – 72 sts

R44: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color B, alternate color A and color B every 3 sc around, join with color A – 72 sts

R45: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color B, alternate color A and color B every 3 sc around, join with color B – 72 sts

R46: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color C, alternate color B and color C every 3 sc around, join with color A – 72 sts

R47: Ch 1, sc in same and next 2 switching to color B, alternate color A and color B every 3 sc around, join with color A – 72 sts

Repeat Rounds 44-47 once more. Finish off and weave in ends.


Tie:

After that, make a chain, i-cord (with Lucet Fork), or a row of single crochets roughly 19” in length. Hemp cord, twine, ribbon or other materials can also be used. Add length for a longer tie.

Finally, weave tie through picots making sure to have both ends count out on the right side.

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Making one, or many ? I’d certainly love to see! Post any pictures to the Crystalized Designs Facebook Page or join the Crystalized Designs Facebook Group and post on the wall! Posting pictures may win you free patterns. Enjoyed this free gingham tissue crochet pattern? Leave a comment below!

Above all, thank you for visiting. I hope you enjoyed the pattern! Leave a comment below and again, I would love to see any pictures! Also, you can find me on Facebook, in my Facebook Group, or Instagram! I’d love for you to share on Pinterest! I’d be happy to follow you back on any social media, just leave a link below! However, if you want to see something from Crystalized Designs, I’m interested to hear! Feel free to email me with any suggestions. Therefore, you can email me at [email protected] or use the contact form.

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