Lily Soft Spun Yarn:--1 ball each Pink, Blue, Green and Yellow (sufficient for 12 Cups), with crochet hook size 3; Lily Sil-Tone Mercerized Crochet Cotton:--1 ball each Med. Green, Beauty Rose, Blue, Orange and Lavender.
Crochet hook size 10
This pattern is a vintage pattern and may use vintage terms. Although this pattern is from a print publication it has not been recently tested.
SAUCER--In Green Soft Spun. ch 2, 9 sc in starting st. * In back lps only, make 2 sc in each sc around. Mark end of rows.
ROW 3--(Sc in next sc, 2 sc in next) repeated around.
ROW 4--(Sc in 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc) repeated around. * Continue for 3 more rows, 1 more sc between widenings in each row. Put each widening in the 2d sc of each widening in previous row.
ROW 8--Sc in each sc around with one widening to make 64 sc.
ROW 9--Sc in each sc around.
EDGE--Sc in 3 sc, sl st in next 2 sc, (ch 1, dc in next sc, ch 1, sl st in next sc) repeated around. Fasten off.
CUP--Ch 2, 8 sc in starting st. Repeat Saucer from * to *.
ROWS 5 thru 12-(Make next row even, without widenings. Make next row with only one widening) 4 times.
ROW 13--Work even.
ROW 14--Repeat Edge.
HANDLE--Ch 2, 5 sc in starting st. In back lps, sc in each sc around and around for 2 1/4". Sl st in next 2 sc. Fasten off. Sew on cup for a handle. Tack Cup on Saucer.
LEAF SPRAY--In Green Sil-Tone, ** ch 11, * sk last st, (sl st, sc, 2 hdc and sl st) on ch, * (ch 6 and repeat from * to *) twice. Sk 3 leaves, sl st in ch-5 stem. Repeat from **. Fasten off. Make 5.
FLOWER In Beauty Rose Sil-Tone, (ch 4, dc in 4th ch from hook, ch 3, sl st in same st) 5 times, sl st at base of 1st petal. Fasten off. Make 5. Sew a flower on center of stem between leaves. Tack one on each side of Cup and 3 on Saucer.
Make 2d Cup and Saucer of Blue with Orange flowers, a 3d Set of Yellow Soft Spun with Lavender flowers, and a Pink Set with Blue flowers.
Rub the handle, inside of Cup and bottom of Saucer with a pad of cloth dipped in hot, thick starch. As starch sets, arrange Cups and Saucers in true shape.
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.