Enjoy this Crochet Cross Pattern! It can used as bookmark or as a nice gift! I used a #10 thread yarn and 1.50 mm hook to make this pretty delicate cross. This crochet cross tutorial is so pretty when finished!
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sl st=slip stitch
#10 Thread yarn, 1.50 mm hook
How to Crochet a Cross Video:
Row 1: Ch 8, sl st in first chain to form a ring. Ch 3 (counts as a dc), (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc) in the ring, dc, Turn
Rows 2-14: *Ch 3 (Counts as a dc), (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc in the ch 2 space) Shell made in the previous ch 2 from row 1. dc in the top of the Ch 3, Turn, *Repeat Row 2, for a total of 14 Shells. Fasten off after row 14.
The Arms of the Cross: Make 2 Arms
Row 1: Sl st into the side of the row 6, sl st on top of the dc, Ch 3 (Counts as a dc) work 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc in the chain 3 space, dc in the ch 3, (Shell Made) Turn
Rows 2-4: *Ch 3 on top of the dc, work 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc in the chain 3 space, dc in the ch 3, Turn, Shell Made, Repeat Row 2, two more times. For a total of 4 shells for the arms. Repeat Rows 1-4 on the opposite side for the other arm.
Edge: Sl st in the beginning chain 8, In the Chain 8, work 2 sc, ch 2, 2 sc in each chain 2 and chain 3 spaces, and sc in each dc around, sl st. Fasten off and Weave in the ends.
Tassel: Wrap the thread yarn around your hand 25 times and cut the yarn and insert it into the beginning ring of the cross, tie a knot around the tassel and fasten off. I hope you enjoyed this crochet cross tutorial!
I was given a cross like this one and have been looking for the pattern for awhile. So happy to find it and your site. The video was very good
as it helps translate the pattern. Thank you, Harriet
I was making the pattern and I got stuck and was wondering how do you do the sc in the dc when you do the edging?
did you watch the video, I think that will really help, just insert hook into the dc and create a sc in that dc around the entire pattern.
Amy, I've written an elaborate little symbolism for your wonderful cross pattern, and I'd like your permission to publish the link in an article about it if I can find an interested editor. Could you please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org?
Just wondering what the dimensions of the cross are?
unfortunately I dont, I did this a long while ago, I would guess, 5 -6 inches across, and 6-7 inches in length, you can make it bigger or smaller by changing the hook size and yarn.
I love the pattern you explain everything so well thanks so much
I had trouble following the video. The yarn I a using is not thread. I was having trouble following the video.
For Row 2 I think you said to do a dc in the top of the Ch 3. I wasn't sure how to find the ch 3. Could you tell me how to locate it?
I'm not sure I understand your question. The pattern is up above to follow for Row 2. I made this video many years ago. I just went back and watched it. You will have previous chain 3, so work dc on top of it. Here is row 2. *Ch 3 (Counts as a dc), (3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc in the ch 2 space) Shell made in the previous ch 2 from row 1. dc in the top of the Ch 3, Turn, *Repeat Row 2, for a total of 14 Shells. Fasten off after row 14.
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