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An elegant and eye-catching way
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mysteries or favorite novels.
Bookends
DesignbyMaryLayfield
FINISHED SIZE:
Fits5"tallmetalbookends.
MATERIALS:
AmericanBestCountry
Cottoncrochetthread
Art.42PbyElmore-Pisgah,
Incorsize10crochet
cottonthread:
200yds.AmericanBeauty
#76(red)
100yds.Ecru#4
50yds.BabyPink#47
(lt. pink)
50yds.Rose#46
50yds.Lt.Green#55
55yds.HolidayGreen#65
(dk. green)
2cream5"doves#1300-25
byDarice

(one facing
in one direction and the
other one in the opposite
direction)
2pieceseachof27"longflat
6mmstrungbeads
45Lt.Greenseedbeads
#1101-95byDarice

10"squarecardboard
Brownmarker
Glue
Pairofmetalbookends
Dhookofhooksizeneeded
toobtaingauge
GAUGE:
Wearenotresponsibleforlack
of materials due to project not
beingworkedtogauge.Gauge
for this pattern: Hold two
strands of thread together as
one,6crosssts=2";4crossst
rowsand3scrows=2".
BASIC STITCHES:
Ch,slst,sc,hdc,dc,tr.
SPECIAL STITCH:
Forcrossst(crst),skipnextst,
dc in next st, dc in st just
skipped.
NOTE:
Hold two strands of crochet
cotton thread together as one
throughout unless otherwise
stated.
BOOKEND COVER (make 2)
Front
Row1:Withred,ch33,scinsec-
ondchfromhook,scineachch
across,turn.(32 sc made)
Row 2:Ch 3, 15 cross sts (see
Special Stitch), dc in last st,
turn.
Row3:Ch1,scineachstacross,
turn.
Rows4-19:Repeatrows2and3
alternately.
Row 20:Ch 1, sc in first st, skip
next 2 sts, 4 dc in next st, 12
cross sts, 4 dc in next st, skip
From Annie's Favorite Crochet Magazine, February 2001, No. 109, Pages 28-33, Copyright 2001
Annie's Favorite Crochet Magazine
next 2 sts, sc in last st. Fasten
off(top section made).
Row 21:Working on opposite
sideofstartingchonrow1,join
redwithscinfirstch,scineach
chacross,turn.
Rows 22-27:Repeat rows 2 and
3alternately.
Row 28: Ch 1, sc in first st, skip
next 2 sts, 4 dc in next st, 12
cross sts, 4 dc in next st, skip
next 2 sts, sc in last st. Fasten
off(bottom section made).
Back
Rows 1-20: Repeat rows 1-20 of
Frontonpage35.
Rnd 21: Working around outer
edge, matching ends of rows
andstsonBacktotopsections
of Front; working through both
thicknesses, join red with sc in
end of first row, (2 sc in end of
nextdcrow,scinendofnextsc
row) 9 times, sc in each st
acrossrow20;workinginends
ofrows,scinendofnextrow,(2
sc in end of next dc row, sc in
end of next sc row) 9 times;
workingaroundbottomsection,
workingscineachscrowand2
sc in each dc row around and
scineachstacrossrow28,join
withslstinfirstsc.
Rnd22:Ch1,scinfirstst,ch4,
(scinnextst,ch4)around,join.
Fastenoff.
Rnd 23:Join ecru with sc in any
ch-4sp,ch4,(scinnextchsp,
4, (sc in next ch sp, ch 4)
around,join.Fastenoff.
DOGWOOD (make 10)
First Petal
Rnd1:Withlt.pink,ch5,slstin
firstchtoformring,ch3,4dcin
ring,joinwithslstintopofch-3.
(5 dc made)
Row2:Ch3,2dcinnextst,dcin
nextst,2dcinnextst,dcinlast
st,turn.
Row3:Ch1,scinfirstst,ch1,dc
in next st, hdc in next st, sc in
nextst,hdcinnextst,dcinnext
st, ch 1, sc in last st, do not
turn.Fastenoff.
Next Petal
Row 1: Join lt. pink with sl st in
sameringasFirstPetal,ch3,4
dcinring,turn.(5 dc made)
Row2:Ch3,2dcinnextst,dcin
nextst,2dcinnextst,dcinlast
st,turn.
Row3:Ch1,scinfirstst,ch1,dc
in next st, hdc in next st, sc in
nextst,hdcinnextst,dcinnext
st, ch 1, sc in last st, do not
turn.Fastenoff.
RepeatNextPetaltwomoretimes
foratotaloffourPetals.
Petal Trim
Working around outer edge of
Petals, join rose with sc in end
ofrnd1ofFirstPetal,scinend
of each row around each Petal
and in each st across each
Petal, join with sl st in first sc.
Fastenoff.
Arrangeandglue9beads(or less
depending on the size of beads
used) to center of each Dog-
woodflower.
ofeachPetaloneachDogwood
flower.
LEAVES (make 20)
Row1:Withlt.green,ch3,3dc
inthirdchfromhook,turn.(4 dc
made)
Row2:Ch1,2dcineachofnext
2sts,dcinlastst,turn.
Row 3: Ch 3, tr last 5 sts tog,
Fastenoff.
Optional: Using dk. green, em-
broider straight stitches (see
illustration) onLeavesforminga
stemlook.
Evenly spacing, sew two Leaves
tobackofeachDogwood(see
photo).
BUD (make 2)
Withrose,ch4,yo2times,insert
hookinfourthchfromhook,yo,
pullthrough,(yo,pullthrough2
lpsonhook,*yo2times,insert
hook in same ch, yo, pull
through, (yo, pull through 2 lps
onhook)2times;repeatfrom*,
yo,pullthroughalllpsonhook.
Fastenoff.
Forleaves,withlt.green,ch3,dc
in third ch from hook (leaf
made), ch6,slstinsamechas
dc, ch 3, dc in third ch from
hook(leaf made). Fastenoff.
SewleavestoBud(see photo).
STEM (make 2)
With Christmas green, ch 100.
Fastenoff.
FINISHING
1:Cutonepieceofcardboardto
same size as top portion of
eachmetalbookend.
2: Place one crochet Bookend
Coverovereachmetalbookend
inserting cardboard between
metalandcrochetpieceatback.
3: Glue strung beads to fit over
rnd 21 on Front side of each
BookendCover(see photo).
4:ArrangeandgluefiveDogwood
flowers,oneBud,oneStemand
one Dove to bottom and top
sections on Front side of each
BookendCover(see photo).
ch4)around,join. Usingabrownmarker,makeone
Rnd24:Ch1,scinfirstchsp,ch small straight line at center top
From Annie's Favorite Crochet Magazine, February 2001, No. 109, Pages 28-33, Copyright 2001
Annie's Favorite Crochet Magazine
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