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A crochet apple pattern
Learn to crochet apple coasters with this easy simple pattern. Video tutorial at the end.
These make a fun hearth garland, whimsical coasters, teacher gifts and even a fun way to add an accent to gift wrapping.
Use this post to follow along with the video tutorial.
How to make crochet apples
*Category 4 yarn in apple color, leaf color and brown stem color.
Apples shown are made with big twist cotton cranberry, red heart soft in dark leaf and Lion brand heartland in mammoth cave.
*4mm or 4.5mm crochet hook
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Make body of apple: Create magic ring. Chain 3, work 12 dc into ring and close. Chain 3 (does not count as stitch)
Round 1: Work 2 dc into each stitch . 24 sts
Round 2: ch 3 (this is for height and does not count as a stitch) Work 1 dc, then 2 dc. Alternate around to end and slip to join. 36 sts.
Round 3: follow instructions in graphic.
Join stem color when slipping to join final round of apple. Chain 7.
In second chain from hook work a sc, then sc next two. HDC next three, slip at base to join. Cut yarn. weave in ends or knot 3 times tightly.
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Hdc into second ch from hook.
Now you will work back up the other side of the chain.
sc(skip making this sc if you want that pixied tip, work it if you want a more balanced leaf)
slip to join.
Attach leaf base near stem allowing tapered side to float free.
You may like this crochet placemat pattern.
Video link to tutorial: https://youtu.be/aTdFBSSEOeE