DIY Crochet Cup & Saucer


 

Cup & Saucer Crochet Pattern

With a size H Hook & 2 colors of scrap yarn

To Make the Cup

Ch 3. Join to form a circle.

Ch 2, sc 2 in each of the 3 chains all the way around, join with a slip stitch

ch 2, sc 2 in each of the next 8 spaces, and join with a slip stitch

ch 2 (sc 1 in each of the next 2 spaces, skip 1) x5 , 1 sc in last space, join with a slip stitch

ch 2, sc in all 12 spaces, join with a slip stitch

ch 2 (1 sc in first space, sc 2 in next space) x6 join with a slip stitch

switch colors

ch 2 (sc 2 in first space, sc 1 in next 2 spaces) x 6

work into the row below with a slip stitch

ch 6 and connect to the bottom row with a slip stitch

ch 1 and turn, working a sc into each space until you reach the end.

Tie off. Cut and hide your thread.

To Make the Saucer

ch 3 and connect with a slip stitch

ch 2, sc 2 in each of the 3 spaces, and join with a slip stitch

ch 2 (sc 1 in the next space, then sc 2 in the next space) x 4, join with a slip stitch

ch 2 (sc 1 in the next space, then sc 2 in the next space) x6, join with a slip stitch

switch colors

ch 2 (sc 2 in each space) x 18, join with a slip stitch

tie off, cut and hide your thread.



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4 Comments on “DIY Crochet Cup & Saucer

    • Thanks! I think true pattern makers would be ashamed with me but I just want things to be easy so anyone can do it :-)

  1. ok i dont get the Ch 3. Join to form a circle.
    Ch 2, sc 2 in each of the 3 chains all the way around, join with a slip stitch tried watching video you go to fast

    • I’m sorry I was too fast for you, I always hate that in tutorials! I’ll see if I can make more sense with words. To start your round you’re going to chain 3 times (http://modernhomemakers.com/2012/01/how-to-crochet-a-chain/) then you take the crochet hook and put it in your first chain, grab some yarn and pull it back through everything. At this point it looks like a little circle. This is a great technique for making anything in a circle doilies, play food etc! I hope that helps! Who are you making the tea set for?

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