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Learn how to make a stylish crochet collar for the winter (or the summer!)
This fab detachable crochet collar is perfect for wearing in all seasons - team it with a nice summery dress or your favourite winter woolly.

They also make great presents for that festive time of year!

We’re using these special abbreviations to make the instructions clearer:
dc2tog – insert the hook into the next stitch, wrap the yarn around the hook and draw a loop through. Repeat this step into the next indicated stitch (this will mean there are now three loops on the hook). Wrap the yarn and draw through ALL the loops to complete the stitch.

tr2tog – wrap the yarn around the hook, insert the hook into the next stitch, wrap the yarn, draw a loop, wrap the yarn and draw through two of the loops on the hook (there are now two loops left on the hook). Repeat this step into the next indicated stitch (there are now three loops left on the hook).Wrap the yarn and draw through ALL the loops to complete the stitch.

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  • How to stitch a knit or crochet collar. Crochet Collar - Step 1
    Step 1

    Using a 4mm hook make a 96 ch. Leave a tail of about 15cm for sewing the button on later.

    Row 1: 1tr into 6th ch from hook, *1ch miss one ch, 1 tr into next ch; repeat from * to end. 45 ch sps, with button loop at beginning of row.

    Row 2: 3 ch (counts as 1 tr), miss 1ch, 3 tr into top of next tr, *1 ch, 3 tr into top of next tr; repeat from * 42 times more, 1 tr into last tr. 44 fans made of groups of 3 trs.

    Row 3: 4 ch (counts as 1 tr and 1 ch), *1 tr into centre tr of 3-tr group of previous row, 1 ch, 1 tr into next 1-ch sp, 1 ch; repeat from * 42 times more; finish row with 1 tr into cetre tr of 3-tr group of previous row, 1 ch, 1 tr into top of 3 ch at beginning of previous row.

    Row 4: 1 ch (NOT counted as a st), 1 cd into each tr and 1-ch sp of previous row, ending with 1 cd into 3rd of 4 ch at beginning of previous row. 177 sts.

  • How to stitch a knit or crochet collar. Crochet Collar - Step 2
    Step 2

    Row 5: 1 ch (NOT counted as a st), 1 cd into same st, *1 ch, miss ext 3 sts, (1tr, 1 ch) 3 times into next st, 1 tr into same st – 1 shell made, 1 ch, miss next 3 sts, 1 dc into next st; repeat from * to end. 22 shells made

    Row 6: 5 ch (counts as 1 tr and 2 ch), (1 tr, 1 ch, 1 tr, 1 ch, 1 tr) into centre 1-ch sp of shell of previous row, 2 ch, 1 tr into next dc; repeat from * to end.

    Row 7: 2 ch (counts as first part of tr2tog), 1 tr into next 2-ch sp, *(11 ch, 1 tr into next tr, 1 ch, 1 tr into next 1-ch sp) 2 times, 1 ch, 1 tr into next tr, 1 ch, tr2tog into next two 2-ch sps; repeat from * to end, working last tr2tog into last 2-ch sp and top of 3 ch at beginning of row.

    Row 8: 1 ch (NOT counted as a st), 1 dc into same st, 1 dc into next st, *1 dc into next 1-ch sp, 1 dc into next st, 1 cdc into next 1-ch sp, (1 dc, 3ch, 1 dc) into next 1-ch sp, 1 dc into next st, 1 dc into next 1-ch sp, dc2tog into next st and first st adter ’1ch, tr2tog, 1ch’ of previous row, repeat from * to end, working last dc2tog into final 2 tr of previous row.

    Fasten off and sew in ends securely.

  • How to stitch a knit or crochet collar. Crochet Collar - Step 3
    Step 3

    Then attach the button and you’re all done!!

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