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Crochet Stool Cover
A fun and easy cover for a stool!

Posted by AnnemariesCrochetBlog from Delft, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands • Published See AnnemariesCrochetBlog's 7 projects »
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  • How to make a stool. Crochet Stool Cover - Step 1
    Step 1

    1. Chain 6. Attach the first chain to the last with a slip stitch. Now you have a ring of stitches.
    2. Chain 3 (this is the first dc). Chain 1.
    3. 1 dc + 1 slip stitch. Repeat until you have 10 dc in the ring. Between every dc there's 1 chain stitch.
    4. 1 slip stitch in the first dc. Change colour.
    5. 1 sc + 2 chain stitches (= the first dc) in the adjacent 1-chain-opening. Do 1 dc in the same 1-chain-opening. Chain 1.
    6. Do 2 dc in every 1-chain-opening. Do 1 chain stitch in between every set of 2 dc. When you've gone round, do 1 slip stitch in the 2nd chain stitch you did at the beginning of this row.
    7. 1 slip stitch in the next dc. Change colour.
    8. 1 sc + 2 chain stitches (= the first dc) in the adjacent 1-chain-opening. Do 2 dc in the same 1-chain-opening. Chain 1.
    9. Do 3 dc in every 1-chain-opening. Do 1 chain stitch in between every set of 3 dc. When you've gone round, do 1 slip stitch in the 2nd chain stitch you did at the beginning of this row.
    10. 1 slip stitch in the next 2 dc. Change colour at the last stitch.
    11. 1 sc + 2 chain stitches (= the first dc) in the adjacent 1-chain-opening. Do 1 dc in the same 1-chain-opening. Do 1 slip stitch + 2 dc in the same 1-chain-opening.
    12. *Do 1 chain stitch. Do 2 dc, 1 chain stitch, 2 dc in the next 1-chain-opening.* Repeat what's in between * until you've gone round. When you've gone round, do 1 slip stitch in the 2nd chain stitch you did at the beginning of this row.
    13. 1 slip stitch in the next dc. Change colour.
    14-16. Do 1 sc + 2 chain stitches (= the first dc) in the adjacent 1-chain-opening. Do 2 dc in the same 1-chain-opening. Do 1 chain stitch. Do 3 dc in every 1-chain-opening. Do 1 slip stitch inbetween every set of 3 dc. When you've gone round, do 1 slip stitch in the 2nd chain stitch you did at the beginning of this row. 1 slip stitch in the next 2 dc. Change colour at the last stitch.
    17. 1 sc + 2 chain stitches (= the first dc) in the adjacent 1-chain-opening. Do 1 dc in the same 1-chain-opening. Do 1 slip stitch + 2 dc in the same 1-chain-opening.
    18. *Do 1 chain stitch. Do 2 dc, 1 chain stitch, 2 dc in the next 1-chain-opening.* Repeat what's in between * until you've gone round. When you've gone round, do 1 slip stitch in the 2nd chain stitch you did at the beginning of this row. 1 slip stitch in the next dc. Change colour.
    19-23. Do 1 sc + 2 chain stitches (= the first dc) in the adjacent 1-chain-opening. Do 2 dc in the same 1-chain-opening. Do 1 chain stitch. Do 3 dc in every 1-chain-opening. Do 1 slip stitch inbetween every set of 3 dc. When you've gone round, do 1 slip stitch in the 2nd chain stitch you did at the beginning of this row. 1 slip stitch in the next 2 dc. Change colour at the last stitch.
    24-25. Sc in every stitch around.
    26. Fasten off. Leave a long end and sew it with a sewing needle through every other single crochet of row 25 until you've gone round. Place the cover over the stool and pull the yarn tightly so the cover will not fall off.

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