Crochet Pattern: Ribbed Mitered Square TawashiBy Claire Ortega-Reyes – 19 Comments
|This useful item combines three of my favorite things in crochet: texture, miter squares and tawashis (hence its very straightforward name).
If you haven’t done a mitered square before, then you’re in for a treat. I love how it is worked back and forth in rows, and end up looking like a perfectly symmetrical square at the end of each row. So, if you’re not satisfied with the size you have, it’s easy to adjust the size–just stop whenever you feel it’s done!
So even if this pattern is for a tawashi, it’s easy to change into a dishcloth, potholder, or kitchen towel of the size you want–just add or decrease rows.
Finished Size: 7″ wide x 8″ tall
100% Acrylic Medium Weight Yarn
Crochet Hook H (5.00 mm)
Gauge: 8 sc stitches x 8 sc rows = 2″
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Crochet Pattern: Ribbed Mitered Square Tawashi
Ch 5, join with sl st in first ch made to form a ring, ch 1 (does not count as stitch here and throughout), 10 sc into ring, sl st into first sc: 10 sc
Row 1: Ch 1, sc in next sc, (sc, ch 2, sc) in next sc, sc in next sc, turn: 4 sc
Row 2: Ch 1, working in back loops only (blo), sc in each sc until ch-2 space is reached, (sc, ch 2, sc) in ch-2 space, sc in each sc across, turn: 6 sc
Rows 3 -14: Repeat row 2, with each row increasing the stitch count by 2 sc. There will be 30 sc at the end of row 14
Row 15: Ch 1, working in blo, sc in each sc until ch-2 space is reached, 3 sc in ch-2 space, sc in each sc across
Finish off and weave in ends.
Enjoy! If you need anything, just leave a comment below.