Friday, 13 November 2015

Free Pattern: Crocheted Bathroom Door Storage

With a couple of impromptu weeks off from blogging, I have a couple of projects to catch you up on. I can't take full credit for the design of this crochet bathroom door storage pattern. I got the idea from here and made up the pattern from the picture.
I used a 5mm crochet hook, two balls of natural twine, a coat hanger, five buttons and a yarn needle. Basically you crochet one big rectangle for the back and then two small rectangles to make the pockets. Then stitch 'em all up. Simple.

For the back, chain 40. Then, excluding the first three chains (makes one treble crochet), treble into each of the remaining 37 chains to make 38 trebles (including the first three chains). For the second row, chain three then treble into each of the remaining 37 stitches. Repeat the second row another 28 times.

For the pockets, chain 18. Then, excluding the first three chains (makes one treble crochet), treble into each of the remaining 15 chains to make 16 trebles (including the first three chains). For the second row, chain three then treble into each of the remaining 15 stitches. Repeat the second row another 18 times.

To make up, place the pockets in position and use a yarn needle to stitch along the base of the pockets and up the sides. Stitch further vertical lines to create separate storage sections. Create a flap at the top (see above) to loop over the coat hanger. Stitch into place. Decorate with the buttons. 

I hope you enjoy making this...please feel free to add any comments/questions below.


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