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A quick and easy dripmat to keep your kitchen and sink tidy.
Stitch guide:

ch Chain
SC Single crochet
DC Double crochet
FPdc Front post double crochet
BPdc Back post double crochet

Note: Turn after each row

Yarn used:

Pandora Double Knit

This is a quick and useful dripmat I crocheted for the kitchen sink.

It uses a “basket weave” type of pattern, but it is really easy.

Posted by Joey B. from Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa • Published See Joey B.'s 7 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Decide on how big you want your mat, make sure you will have enough yarn. Start with a base of chain stitches in multiples of 6 + 1 ch + 2 ch (the 2 ch is for a DC on each side)

    Row 1: 1 SC into 2nd ch from your hook, 1 SC into each ch

    Row 2: 3 ch, 1 DC into each SC

    Row 3: (right side) 2 ch, * 1 FPdc in next 3 DC, 1 BPdc in next 3 DC * Repeat from * to * to end of row, ending with 1 DC into top of turn ch

    Row 4: 2 ch, * 1 FPdc in next 3 DC, 1 PBdc in next 3 DC, * Repeat from * to * to end of row, ending with 1 DC into top of turn ch

    Row 5: 2 ch, * 1 BPdc in next 3 DC, 1 FPdc in next 3 DC, * Repeat from * to * to end of row, ending with 1 DC into top of turn ch

    Row 6 and 7: 2 ch, * 1 BPdc in next 3 DC, 1 FPdc in next 3 DC, * Repeat from * to * to end of row, ending with 1 DC into top of turn ch

    Repeat rows 4 to 7 until you have reached your desired size / length.
    End with a row of SC.

    Cut yarn, pull through loop and sew away ends.

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