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Mosaic Crochet is a fun and easy way to create beautiful colorwork patterns. Crochet this cute mini mosaic stocking pattern for your Christmas Tree or present topper. The mosaic stocking is worked from the toe-up finishing with a folded over join-as-you-go band. The heel is completed at the end of the crochet pattern.
“Nothing ever seems too bad, too hard, or too sad when you’ve got a Christmas tree in the living room.”– Nora Roberts
100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 110yds/50g
A small amount of Yarn A/B
– 4mm/G Furls crochet hook – use code MJS15 for 15% off
– Tapestry Needle
blo – Back Loop Only, ch – Chain, dc – Double Crochet,
flo – Front Loop Only, rep – Repeat, sc – Single Crochet, sl – Slip, sp – Space, st(s) – Stitch(es)
Mosaic Pattern: 8 sts and 8 rows = 2″ in pattern
Band: 10 sts and 10 rows = 2″ in sc blo
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Mini Mosaic Stocking – Free Crochet Pattern
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The Mini Mosaic stocking is worked from the toe-up. The heel opening is made by working a ch 6 and skipping 6 sts, the leg of the stocking is continued finishing with a join-as-you-go band. The heel is completed at the end.
Inv sc3tog – Invisible Single Crochet Decrease: Insert hook through the flo of next 3 sts, yo, pull through 3 loops on your hook, yo, pull through remaining two loops on your hook.
Drop-down Dc – Drop-Down Double Crochet – Work a double crochet in the front loop of stitch 2 rows below.
How to read a Mosaic Crochet Chart:
The chart is read from right to left for each round. Rounds are worked in alternating colors, as indicated on the left column. The entire round is worked in the color stated. Ignore the colors displayed in each box; this shows how the pattern will look; you will not change color throughout a round. A blank box indicates you will work a sc in the blo. A box marked with an X indicates working a drop-down double crochet.
When working mosaic crochet in the round, don’t cut colors. Drop off the color at the end of the round and pick up new colour as you go. Color is changed at the sl st join in the blo. Always tighten yarn tails when joining at the end of each round; this will keep the join invisible.
Mini Mosaic Stocking:
With A, Magic Ring, ch 1, 6 sc in the ring, pull ring tight, sl st in first sc to join—6 sts.
Ch 1, 2 sc in each st around, sl st in first sc to join—12 sts.
Mosaic Pattern Begins
Ch 1, * 1 sc first st, 2 sc next st; rep from * around, sl st in the blo of first sc to join—18 sts. Change to B.
With B, ch 1, 1 sc in the blo of each st around, sl st in the blo of first sc to join—18 sts. Change to A.
With A, ch 1, 1 sc in the blo of next 2 sts, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below, *1 sc in the blo of next 2 sts, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below; rep from * around, sl st in the blo of first sc to join—18 sts. Change to B.
With B, ch 1, 1 drop down dc in the first st flo of 2 rows below, 1 sc in the blo of each of next 3 sts, *1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below, 1 sc in the blo of next st, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below, 1 sc in the blo of each of next 3 sts; rep from * around to last 2 sts, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below, 1 sc in the blo last st, sl st in the blo of first sc to join—18 sts. Change to A.
With A, ch 1, 1 sc in the blo of first st, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below, 1 sc in the blo of next st, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below, *1 sc in the blo of each of next 3 sts, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below, 1 sc in the blo of next st, 1 drop down dc in the flo of next st 2 rows below; rep from * around to last 2 sts, 1 sc in the blo of last 2 sts, sl st in the blo of first sc to join—18 sts. Change to B.
With B, rep round 3.
With A, rep round 4.
With B, rep round 5 to last 6 sts, ch 6 for heel opening and sk 6 sts, sl st in the blo of first sc to join—18 sts. Change to A.
Rep round 3 to ch-6, sc in each ch across, sl st in the blo of first sc to join—18 sts. Change to B.
With B, rep round 5, work in pattern across heel opening making drop down dc’s in heel ch.
With A, rep round 4.
With B, rep round 3.
Rep round 5.
Rep round 4.
Rep round 3.
Rep round 4, sl st in first st to join, cut B.
With A, ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st in first st to join—18 sts.
The band is joined as you go to the stocking edge.
Ch 9, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, sk first st at the stocking edge, sl st in next 2 sts (stocking edge), turn—8 sts.
Sk sl sts, sc in the blo of each st across, turn—8 sts.
Ch 1, sc in the blo of each st across, sl st in next 2 sts (stocking edge), turn—8 sts.
Repeat Rows 2-3 ending on Row 2. Sl st band together by going through the blo of each st last row, joining to starting ch of the first round. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Fold stocking with heel opening facing and toe down.
With color A, Join yarn in 4th st with a sl st, sc in next 3 sts, sc in corner, sc in next 6 sts, sc in corner, sc in last 3 sts, sl st in first sc to join—14 sts.
Ch 1, sc next 2 sts, Inv sc3tog across next 3 sts, sc next 4, Inv sc3tog across next 3 sts, sc last 2 sts, sl st in first sc to join. Fasten off with a tail, with yarn needle weave yarn through the flo of each st around, pull tight and weave in ends.
Use a metal ornament hook to hang or thread a strand of twine with a yarn needle through both layers of the folded-over band. Use a yarn needle to thread wooden beads onto the string. Knot and hang on your Christmas tree or use it as a present topper.
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My family has always loved doing small sentimental things together like crafting.
While my kids were growing up one of our favourite things to do around Christmas time was making homemade ornaments! We would make things like baked gingerbread man to put on the tree, popcorn garland, foam ornaments, decorate clear Christmas balls! Im sure your family has old traditions too, and would have a great time, making these Crochet Christmas Ornaments! There are even some patterns for the non-crocheters, such as the Mini Tassel Angle, Mini Ring Wreath, Boho Beaded Pompom, and the Scrappy Christmas Ball!
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Not only do these ornaments look beautiful on a Christmas tree, but they make the perfect present toppers as well. The decorations vary in skill level, and some can be made with no crochet experience. That way, the entire family can be involved.
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