How to Create a Yoke from a 3-Sided Motif




How to Create a Yoke from 3 Sides
Pattern by Teresa Richardson

I am using the magic circle. You can use a chain if you don't want to use the magic circle.

Round 1: CH 3, 3 DC, CH 2, 4 DC, CH 2, 4 DC, CH 1, SC in Beg CH 3.

Round 2: CH 3, 2 DC in previous CH Space. DC in each of the next 4 DC. 8 DC in next corner space. DC in each of the next 4 DC. In the next corner, 3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC. DC in ea of the next 4 DC, 3 DC in corner, CH 2, SL ST in beg CH 3.

I am using 9 motifs in my example. The top, curved section of the motif will be the 8 DC . Matching right sides together, Slipstitch or whipstitch 9 DC together. Picture image will show joining stitches.

You will decide the placement of your armhole chains and where they will go. After that is complete, you will crochet the skirt to your dress with the pattern stitch of your choice.

This size yoke is a variation to the yoke for the Solomon's Knot baby dress. It could be used to make a larger baby dress. You can also make the motifs larger and create an adult size yoke for a shirt, sweater or even a dress.

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  1. That is a great one...what projrcts can this be generally used...any suggestions....Regds, Seema.

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  2. This size is a variation to the yoke done with the baby dress. It could be used to make a larger dress. You can also make the motifs larger and create an adult size yoke for a shirt, sweater or even a dress.

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  3. hi teresa,

    i am writing a pattern for a 3 years old girl...would love if you can see it in my blog and leave your comments...also would like to share that pattern with you once written so you can have a look at it and let me know if need any changes...thanks,
    seeme

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