The four corner heights are a quick and easy hole. In fact, it's so simple that a new beginner can master it. And you can use this free crochet pattern to make a coaster, a small bag or even a full-sized Afghanistan.
The finished size of this roller coaster measures 4 inches square. It has four open holes near the corners, which makes it look stylish.
To get started, you need to collect your materials. You only need a small amount of a yarn of yarn. If you make a roller coaster, I would recommend a cotton yarn. But if you make an Afghan square, you can use just about any yarn you have at hand.
When it comes to your hook size, you need an H / 8-5.00mm.
To start crochet, place a knot on your crochet and make 4 chains. Join the last chain of the first chain made to form a small circle.
Round 1: Chain 1, knit 2 single crochet in each chain. (You can also work 8 simple crochets directly in the circle to facilitate.) Connect with the slip stitches in the first simple crochet. (8 stitches)
Round 2: Chain 1, 2 half double crochet in the same seam as with and in each stitch around. Go with a stitch in the first seam. (16 stitches made)
Round 3: Chain 1, 2 half double crochet in the same stitch as knitting, 2 half double crochet in the next 2 stitches, chain 2, * skip the next seam, 2 half double crochet in next 3 stitches, chain 2; Repeat from * to last stitch, skip last stitches. Join with the stitches on top of the first seam. (24 stitches and 4 chain-2 spaces)
Round 4: Chain 1, half double crochet in the same seam as join, half double crochet in next 5 stitches, * 7 half double crochet in the chain 2 middle, half double crochet in next 6 stitches; Repeat from * around to last chain 2 space; 7 half double crochet in the last chain 2 surface. Go with a stitch in the first seam. (52 stitches made)
Round 5: Chain 1, single-acting in the same seam as the connection and in each sewing. Connect with a slide stick in the first single chin. (52 seams made) Attach and weave on your ends.
The hedge salmon can look a little rough, but once you have flattened it with your hands, it will be so. And it's just big enough to hold a coffee mug.
And if you use this pattern to crochet an afghan, you can use your scrap yarn. But when you make your gifts, I would choose a neutral color that works with all the colors you used to do in the boxes. And there are many ways to join the boxes. A simple single crochet always looks good, but since these edges are slightly rounded, the flat braid or some other similar and lacy technique works.