Tuesday, November 27, 2012

FREE PATTERN Owl Ornament Mini Amigurumi

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Owl Ornament/Mini Amigurumi


Use any yarn/hook combo that will work up tight enough to not show the stuffing through the holes! I used a 3.25mm hook and worsted weight cotton yarn.

BODY:(worked in continuous rounds – do not slip stitch or chain at the end of each row, unless instructed in the pattern; just continue the next row onto the previous row’s first stitch)
WITH COLOR A
Make a magic loop.
Rd 1 – in the magic loop, ch 1, sc 6 (6) **PULL TAIL TO CLOSE**
Rd 2 – sc 2 in each st (12) **USE YARN NEEDLE TO SECURE TAIL SO IT DOESN’T LOOSEN**
Rd 3 – [sc 1, sc 2 in next] repeat around (18)
Rd 4-6 – sc around (18)
Rd 7 – sc 1 in each of next 17, sl st 1, tie off.
SWITCH TO COLOR B
Rd 8 – sc around **ADD EYES, BEAK, WINGS**
Rd 9 – [sc 1, sc 2 tog] (12) **STUFF BODY**
Rd 10 – [sc around] (6)
Tie off, leave long tail. Use yarn needle and tail to stitch closed


WINGS: (Make 2)
WITH COLOR A
Make a magic loop.
Chain 3
Work in loop – 1 dc, 2 tc, 1 dc
Chain 3 and slip stitch in magic loop.
Pull tail and secure with knot

EYES: (Make 2)
WITH WHITE Make a magic loop.
In loop, chain 1, sc 6, sl st to top of ch. Tie off.
Use yarn needle and black yarn to stitch eyes (you can also use plastic eyes or small buttons, if desired)


BEAK:
WITH COLOR C
Ch 3
Rd 1 – in first ch from hook, sc 1, sc 1 in next
Rd 2 – ch 1, turn, sc 1
Tie off, leave long tail
(NOTE: The beak is tricky to get into an even triangle, and it may look wonky at first. Be careful to stitch it on to the body so that the three points are placed correctly, and it should look fine.)


EAR TUFTS
Use 6" strands of colors A and B to thread through stitchs in row 2 or 3 (be careful to place them evenly!)
Knot all strands together and snip off to desired length

Monday, November 12, 2012

FREE PATTERN/TUTORIAL Fingerless Gloves

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Basic Fingerless Gloves/Wrist-Warmers Tutorial

Use any hook and yarn you please, though I suggest using stretcher fibers. If you use a non-stretchy yarn, crochet a little looser. :)

I prefer back-and-forth joined rows with odd rows worked in the back loops and even rows worked in the front loops. This will give the gloves a little more stretch and make all odd the ridges on one side.

I also like to use a slightly bigger hook to do the initial chain, then a smaller hook for the rest of the glove. This keeps the chain row from being too tight. For example, I'll use a 6.0 hook to chain and 5.0 hook to do the rest of the gloves.


1. With your larger hook, chain enough to fit loosely around your fingers where you want the end of the glove to reach. Slip stitch to join to make a circle.

2. In back-and-forth joined rows, double crochet each row until it reaches the inside of your thumb. Work odd rows in back loops and even rows in front loops to give the gloves more stretch and ridges.

3. Continue back-and-forth rows as in #2, but do NOT join, until long enough to comfortably connect at the base of your thumb.

4. Slip stitch to join

5. Continue back and forth joined rows until your glove is as long as desired. Repeat for glove #2.

You can make countless variations on this pattern. Add a broomstick lace edge, incorporate fancy stitches (like drop-stitch, as pictured), alternate colors for each row... whatever you can think of! Enjoy! :)

Monday, October 29, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Eyeball Amigurumi

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Eyeball Amigurumi

Use whatever yarn and hook will stitch up tightly enough to not show the stuffing. I used worsted cotton and a 3.75mm hook.

Pupil - Black:
Make a magic loop
In loop, sl st 1, ch 1, sc 5, pull tail to tighten loop, sl st to top of chain to close. Tie off. (6, incl ch st)
pull starting tail to tighten again and tie it off to secure it.

Iris, any color:
Sl st in any stitch from the pupil, ch 1. Sc 2 in each st around, sc 1 in the same st where you started this round, sl st to top of ch to join, tie off. (12, incl ch st)

White:
Rd 1: Sl st in any stitch from the iris, ch 1, sc 2 in next, sc 1, sc 2 in next, sc 1, sc 2 in next, sc 1, sc 2 in next, sc 1, sc 2 in next, sc 1, sc 2 in next, sl st to top of ch to join. (18, incl ch st)  (optional) use starting tail and yarn needle to stitch the reflection in the pupil.

Rd 2-4: ch 1, sc around, sl st to top of ch to join. (18, incl ch st)

Rd 5: ch 1, sc 2 tog, sc 1, sc 2 tog, sc 1, sc 2 tog, sc 1, sc 2 tog, sl st to top of ch to join. (12, incl ch st)

Stuff with desired filling.

Rd 6: ch 1, sc 2 tog around, sl st to ch to join, tie of, leaving a 5” tail.

Use tail and yarn needle to stitch opening closed, weave in end.

Happy Halloween!


Sunday, October 7, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Aviator - Toddler and Child sizes

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Aviator - Toddler and Child Sizes

Worsted cotton, 5.5 mm hook (toddler) or 6.0 mm hook (small or large child)

Hat - work in continuous rounds (do not slip stitch or chain at the end of each round):
Ch 4, sl st to make a loop
Rd 1: In loop, hdc 9, dc 1 (10)
Rd 2: dc 2 in each st (20)
Rd 3: [dc 1, dc 2 in next] repeat around (30)
Rd 4: [dc 1 in each of next 2 st, dc 2 in next st] repeat around (40)
Rd 5 (for small child hat): [dc 1 in each of next 9, dc 2 in next] repeat around (45)
Rd 5 (for toddler or large child hat): [dc 1 in each of next 3, dc 2 in next} repeat around (50)
Rd 6-12: dc around (45, 50)
Rd 13: dc 38 (small child) or 43 (toddler or large child), hdc 3, sc 3, sl st 1

Earflap:
Row 1: Ch 2, dc 7
Row 2: Ch 2, turn, dc 2 in each of next 7
Row 3: Ch 2, turn, dc 2 tog, dc 1 in each of next 2, dc 2 tog, dc 1
Row 4: Ch 2, turn, dc 2 tog, dc 2 tog, dc 1
Row 5: Ch 1, dc 1 in each of next 2, sc 1, tie off
**repeat earflap on other side so that there are 18 (small child) or 22 (toddler or large child) stitches between them on the front of the hat.

Front flap:
Starting in the corner where the earflap meets the hat on the front side
Row 1: Sl st to start, ch 2, dc across to other flap
Row 2-4: Ch 2, turn, dc across
**do NOT tie off - continue to edging



Edging (continuing from Front flap):
ch 2, hdc around entire rim - I recommend to hdc 2 in the same stitch on corners (the corners of the earflaps and front flap)
Tie off, weave in all ends
Attach buttons


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Super Healthy Breakfast Cookie Recipe

I made these today and they were SO GOOD that I couldn't refrain from posting, even though it's not really crochet-related. :) I've seen a similar recipe floating around various websites, but couldn't find the "source" to cite. In any case, I changed mine up a bit to make it even better. :)

These "cookies" have:

  • no dairy
  • no flour/gluten-free
  • no added fat (except what naturally occurs in the optional nuts)
  • no added sugar (except the natural sugar in the fruit and the small amount of sugar in the dried cranberries)
The result is a cakey, chewy, very moist, lightly sweet treat I feel comfortable giving to my kids (or me!) for breakfast!

The Super Healthy Breakfast Cookie


Super Healthy Breakfast Cookie

Ingredients:

  • 2 medium-large ripe to overripe bananas *OR* 1.5 cups of mashed pumpkin or squash 
  • 2 cups of oats (use gluten-free, if you like) 
  • 1 cup of unsweetened applesauce 
  • 1/4 cup of dried fruit (I used dried cranberries. If you use dried apples or other larger fruit, you may need to dice it into smaller pieces)
  • 1/4 cup sliced almonds or other nut (optional)
  • Cinnamon to taste
  • Nutmeg to taste (optional)
  • Pinch of salt (optional)

Super Healthy Breakfast Cookie dough

Coarsely mash bananas (or pumpkin or squash) with a fork in a large bowl. Mix in oats, applesauce, dried fruit, nuts, and spices. Drop onto cookie sheet and press them a little (they won't really flatten much while cooking). Makes about 12.

Bake at 325* for 28-30 minutes, or until edges start to brown.

Remove from cookie sheet and cool on wire rack.

Eat!


Nutrition information in 1/12 of a batch (averaged from several online calorie calculators) - without optional items: Calories: 80, Fat: 1.0 g, Cholesterol: 0, Sodium: 1 mg, Carbohydrates: 16.3 g, Dietary fiber: 2.2 g, Sugars: 4.7 g, Protein: 2.0 g


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Thursday, August 16, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Wee Witch

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Wee Witch Amigurumi
3.25mm hook
Worsted cotton

For ease of row/round numbering, the rows and rounds counts will start over each time the colors change.


HAT COLOR - worked in continuous rounds

Rd 1: Make a magic loop. In loop, ch 1, sc 4 (4)

Rd 2: sc 1, sc 2 in next, sc 1, sc 2 in next (6) - Tighten beginning tail and tie off to secure.

Rd 3: sc 1 in each of the next 2, sc 2 in the next st, sc 1 in each of the next 2, sc 2 in the next st (8)

Rd 4: sc 1 in each of the next 3, sc 2 in the next st, sc 1 in each of the next 3, sc 2 in the next st (10)

Rd 5: sc 1 in each of the next 4, sc 2 in the next st, sc 1 in each of the next 4, sc 2 in the next st (12)

Rd 6: sc 1 in each of the next 5, sc 2 in the next st, sc 1 in each of the next 5, sc 2 in the next st (14)

Rd 7: sc 1 in each of the next 6, sc 2 in the next st, sc 1 in each of the next 6, sc 2 in the next st (16)

Rd 8: sc 1 in each of the next 7, sc 2 in the next st, sc 1 in each of the next 7, sc 2 in the next st (18)

Rd 9: ch 3, in FRONT loops only, dc 2 in each stitch around. Slip stitch to join, tie off. (36)



HAIR COLOR - worked in joined rounds and back-and-forth rows

Row 1 (in the BACK loops of round 17): ch 1, sc around, sl st to join (18)

Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc 12*

Row 3: ch 1, turn, sc 12



FACE COLOR - Rows 1-2 worked in joined rounds and back-and-forth rows, Rows 3-4 worked in continuous rounds

Row 1: (starting in the corner of the bangs after Hair Row 2 of the hair*) sc 5, sl st to other edge of hair on Hair Row 2

Row 2: sl st to edge of hair on Hair Row 3, turn, sc 5 across the Face Row 1, sl st to other end of Hair Row 3

Row 3: ch 1, turn so you are now working so the “right” side is out, ch 1, [sc 1, sc 2 together] repeat around, sl st to join (12)

***Add facial features as desired and stuff***

Row 4: [sc 2 together] repeat around (6)

Tie off



DRESS COLOR - Worked in continuous rounds

Rd 1: ch 1, sc around (6)

Rd 2: [sc 1, sc 2 in next] repeat around (9)

Rd 3: [sc 1 in each of next 2, sc 2 in next] repeat around (12)

Rd 4: [sc 1 in each of next 3, sc 2 in next] repeat around (15)

Rd 5-7: sc around (15)

Rd 8: [sc 1 in each of next 4, sc 2 in next] repeat around (18)

Rd 9: [sc 1 in each of next 5, sc 2 in next] repeat around (21)

Rd 10: [sc 1 in each of next 6, sc 2 in next] repeat around (24)

Rd 11: [sc 1 in each of next 7, sc 2 in next] repeat around (27)

Rd 12: sc 1 in each of next 26, slip stitch 1

***pull loop through last stitch so it’s poking out of the BACK of row 12***

Rd 13: in BACK loops only, [sc 1, sc 2 tog] repeat around (18)

Rd 14:, [sc 2 tog] repeat around (9)

Stuff body

Rd 15: slip stitch 2 tog, slip stitch 2 tog, slip stitch 1

Tie off, leave long tail. Use yarn needle to thread tail through last three stitches, pull tight to close, tie off, weave in all ends



ARM - continuous rounds

Hand color:

Rd 1: make magic loop. In loop, ch 1, sc 6 (5)

Rd 2: sc around, sl st, tie off (5) - Tighten beginning tail and tie off to secure.

***Switch to dress/sleeve color***

Rd 3: ch 1, sc around (5)

Rd 4-8: sc around (5)

Tie off, leave long tail.

Make 2, use tails to stitch on to body.

Weave in ends.


HAIR
To do hair as shown, cut about 16 pieces of hair color yarn at least twice the length you want the hair to be.
Fold one piece in half. Using a small crochet hook, pull the fold through one of the head stitches just under the hat brim. Repeat around the whole head.


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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Wee Cupcake Pattern

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Wee Cupcake!

Worsted cotton yarn, 3.25 mm D hook
Stitch counts include chain stitch


Cup base: (Color A)


Create a magic loop
Rd 1: in loop, ch 1, sc 6, sl st to join (7)
Rd 2: ch 1, sc 2 in each st, sl st to join (13)
Rd 3: ch 1, [sc 1, sc 2 in next] repeat [] around, sl st to join (19)
Rd 4: ch 1, [sc 1, sc 2 in next, sc 1] repeat [] around, sl st to join (25)

Pull the loop through the slip stitch so it's sticking out of the back:
Remove hook from loop (being careful not to pull out the last slip stitch!)
From the back of the circle, insert hook through the same stitch as your slip stitch. (fig 1)
Use the hook to pull the loop through the stitch so both the loop and the tail are sticking out the back side.
FIG 1: From the back of the circle, insert hook
through the same stitch as your slip stitch.
 
FIG 2: Pull the loop through the stitch so
both the loop and the tail are sticking out the back side.
 

Cup sides:Rd 5: in back loops- ch 1, sc around, sl st to join

Option A: (ridged - as shown)

Rd 5-10: ch 1, [sc 1 in one loop of front post of previous row (fig 3), sc 1 normal st in next stitch] repeat [] around, sl st to join
FIG 3: Single crochet 1 in one loop of front post of previous row.










Option B: (easy)

Rd 5-10 ch 1, sc around, sl st to join



Frosting: (switch to color B) 
Rd 11: 
Option A: In front loops of round 10, sc 2 in each st, sl st to join
Option B: In front loops of round 10, [sc 3 in same stitch, slip stitch in next] repeat around, slip stitch to join.
Pull loop through last slip stitch so it is sticking out of the back (see FIG 1 and 2)

The rest will be working in continuous loops:

Rd 12: in back loops of round 10, [sc 1 in each of next two stitches, sc 2 in next] repeat around
Rd 13: sc around
Rd 14: [sc 1 in each of next 2 stitches, sc 2 together]
Rd 15-16: [sc 2 tog] around

Tie off, use tail to thread through the stitches of the last row with a yarn needle, pull tight to close, tie off, weave in all ends.



Cherry - red yarn
Rd 1: In magic loop, ch 1, sc 6
Rd 2: sc around
Tie off, leading a long tail. Use tail to thread through stitches of last row, pull tight to close, tie off. Use tail to attach to cupcake.


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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Newborn Aviator

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Worsted cotton, 5 mm hook,
Hat - work in continuous rounds (do not slip stitch or chain at the end of each round)
Ch 4, sl st to make a loop
Rd 1: In loop, sc 9, hdc 1 (10)
Rd 2: hdc 2 in each st (20)
Rd 3: [dc 1, dc 2 in next] repeat around (30)
Rd 4: [dc 1 in each of next 2 st, dc 2 in next st] repeat around (40)
Rd 5-9: dc around (40)
Rd 10: dc 33, hdc 3, sc 3, sl st 1

Front flap - continuing from hat:
Ch 3
Row 1-3: dc 13, ch 3, turn
Row 4: dc 13 tie off

Earflaps:
Starting 1 stitch from the front flap:
Sl st to start, ch 2
Dc 7, ch 2, turn
Dc 2 tog,dc 2, dc 2 tog, dc 1, ch 2, turn
Dc 2 tog x 2, dc 1, ch 1, turn
Dc 3 in same st, sl st 1, tie off
Repeat for second earflap

Color 2: single crochet around the entire rim. I recommend to sc2tog at angles (like where the earflap meets the hat) and to sc 2 in the same stitch on corners (the corners of the earflaps and front flap).

Attach buttons

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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

FREE PATTERN Breast Baby Beanie

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Breezybot Breast Baby Beanie - 0-6 months

0-3m - use 5.0mm hook
3-6m - use 5.5 mm hook

ABBREVIATIONS
Rd = round
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half-double crochet
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
With worsted cotton yarn 5mm hook
WITH COLOR A:
Make a magic loop (a slip knot that tightens by pulling the tail)
Rd 1: in the magic loop, ch 1, sc 5, slip stitch to join, ch 2 (6, including ch)
Rd 2: in back loops of round 1, hdc 1 in each st, sl st to join, ch 2 (6)
Rd 3: in front loops, hdc 2 in each st, sl st to join, ch 2 (11)
Rd 4: in both loops, hdc 2 in each st, sl st to join. (21) place stitch marker.
SWITCH TO COLOR B
***The rest of the hat is worked in spiral rounds - do not tie off or chain at end of each round; just continue to next round.***
Rd 5: in back loops, sc 1, sc 2 in next st, hdc 1, hdc 2 in next st, [dc 1, dc 2 in next st], repeat [] until end of round. (30)
Rd 6: in both loops, [dc 1 in each of next 2 stitches, dc 2 in next st], repeat [] until end of round. (40)
Rd 7 - 11: dc around
Rd 12: dc 34, hdc 3, sc 2, sl st 1, ch 2
Rd 13: hdc around, sl st to join. Tie off, weave in ends.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Newborn Mod Cloche

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Abbreviations:
Ch = chain
DC = double crochet
HDC = half double crochet
Sl st = slip stitch
FPDC = front post double crochet


Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn
5.0 mm crochet hook


Chain 4, slip stitch to first ch to make a loop
Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as first st), DC 19, sl st to top of chain to join (20)
Round 2: Ch 3, FPDC 1, [dc 1, FPDC 1 in same st] repeat [] around, sl st to top of chain to join (40) 
   NOTE: The circle you have so far will look wavy, but it will even out!
Round 3-10: Ch 3, FPDC 1 (make sure it's around the FPDC from the previous row), [dc 1 in next, FPDC 1 in next FPDC from previous row] repeat [] around, sl st to top of chain to join (40)
Round 11: With color 2, ch 2, hdc in back loops around
Round 12: With color 3, ch 1, work all hdc and dc in back loops and all sc in both loops: [hdc 1 and dc 1 in the same stitch, then dc 1, hdc 1, sl st 1 in the next st] repeat around, sl st to top of ch


Tie off, weave in all ends.


I added a simple flower - LOVE! 


Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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Sunday, February 26, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Breezybot Spiral Flower

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Yarn weight and hook size can vary, depending on the look you want. For this example, I used worsted cotton yarn and a 5.0mm hook.

Make a magic loop (basically a reversed slip knot so that pulling on the tail tightens it) and leave it open to about a half inch diameter.

*Sc 1 in the center of the loop, chain 12

Working back along the chain, sc 2 in first st, then sc 3 in each of the next 10 st, twisting the spiral as you go (you can adjust it afterward – I just found it easier to do it as I went along)

Repeat from * until you have the desired number of spirals (6 works well)

Pull the tail from the magic loop to close it and tie off the ends

Finishing:
If you are attaching to a hat or something else, leave a long tail and use that to stitch to the item. If desired, sew a button in the center

FREE PATTERN - Breezybot Loopy Daisy

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Yarn weight and hook size can vary, depending on the look you want. For this example, I used worsted cotton yarn and a 5.0mm hook.

Ch 4, sl stitch to first ch to make a loop.

Rd 1: Sc 10 in center of loop, sl st to join

Rd 2: [ch 7, sl stitch in same stitch you started in; sl st in next two stitches]* repeat around so you have 5 loops

Rd 3: *working in the center of each loop, sc2, hdc 2, dc 4, hdc 2, sc 2. Slip stitch in next st, then repeat from * in each loop until you have five petals. Tie off.


Finishing
If you are attaching to a hat or something else, leave a long tail and use that to stitch to the item. If desired, sew a button in the center

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

FREE PATTERN - Wee Shamrock

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Worsted weight yarn, 5mm or smaller hook

Abbreviations:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
hdc = half-double crochet
dc = double crochet

Make a magic loop (a sort of reverse slip knot so that the pulling the tail tightens the loop)

In the center of the loop: sc 1*, ch 1, dc, dc, sc, dc, dc, hdc, sl st, hdc, dc, dc sc, dc dc hdc, sl st, hdc, dc, dc, sc, dc dc, hdc, sl st

Ch 5

Starting in 1st ch, sc 4

Slip stitch to first sc*

Pull tail to close the loop. Tie off both ends!

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Thursday, January 26, 2012

FREE PATTERN! Breezybot Newborn Newsboy


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Worsted acrylic or cotton yarn
5 mm hook for 0-3m, 5.5 mm hook for 3-6m

With color A, chain 4, sl st to make a loop
Round 1: In loop, sc 9, hdc 1 (10)
Round 2: hdc 2 in each stitch (20)
Round 3: [dc 1, dc 2 in next st] repeat around (30)
Round 4: [dc 1 in each of next 2 stitches, dc 2 in next st] repeat around (40)
Round 5: [dc 1 in each of next 9 stitches, dc 2 in next st] repeat around (44)
Round 6-7: dc around (44)
Round 8: dc 38, hdc 3, sc 2, sl st
   *switch to color B*
Round 9: ch 3, dc 43, sl st to top of chain to join, tie off (44, including ch stitch)
   *switch to color A*
Round 10: ch 3, dc 43, sl st to top of chain to join, (44, including ch stitch), continue to row 1 of cap brim
 Cap brim:
Row 1: ch 1, hdc 1 in each of next 2 stitches, dc 2 in next st, [dc 1 in each of next 3 stitches, dc 2 in next st], repeat [] two more times, hdc 2, sc 2, (24, including ch st)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc 1, hdc 1, dc 2 in next st, [dc 1 in each of next 4 stitches, dc 2 in next st], repeat [] two more times, hdc 2, sc 2, continue to finish edge (27, including ch st)

Finish edge:
Sc or slip stitch all the way around (whichever you prefer), tie off, weave in all ends.

Please let me know how it works in the comments, or send me a message! Thank you!