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Bottle-armchair
Crochet pattern

Design by K. Godinez

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Material:

crochet hook size 2,5


Wool: Mouzakis Butterfly Super 10
Water-bottle or Coca-Cola bottle
Spray paint (acrylic paint)
Fiberfill
sewing needle, scissor
beads, braids, buttons ...
Marker pen

Size: The armchair has a height of about 8 cm (3,15 inches)


Abbreviations:
ch - chain
R - round
sc single crochet
Number x sc the number tells you how many times you make a single crochet
(or a dc, hdc ) in each stitch
inc - make two single crochet in one stitch
dec - crochet two stitches together with a sc
rep - repeat until end of round
sl st - slip stitch
BLO back loops only

Note:
Unless indicated otherwise, the parts are worked in rounds. You can start
with 2 ch or make a magic ring. The rows should be marked with a thread.

I wrote this pattern for a 1-ltr. Coca-Cola bottle. If you dont have this bottle,
you can easily adjust the pattern. I describe the pattern step by step so you
can make the crochet parts bigger or smaller.
You only need the lower part from this bottle - and the bottleneck is perfect
for a bottle table
Lets get started

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Draw with a marker pen the cutting line on the bottle and then cut out the shape.

After you cut out the chair, you can spray it with spray paint
(acrylic spray). The chair still looks a little bit uncomfortable,
so you need to crochet two pieces, to make it really cozy.

1. Crochet the rounds from the written pattern until the bottom of
the chair is covered (detailed instructions with the wool Mouzakis
Butterfly Super 10 see page 4).
2. After this, crochet 2 rounds without increasing so that your piece
looks like a hemisphere.
3. Then you start to work in rows. If you crochet rows, you need to
turn your work, dont forget to make a turning chain.

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4. Now decrease the stitches at the beginning and the end of the rows. At the end, the
crocheted backrest should be a little bit longer than the backrest of your plastic chair.
5. Crochet around this piece with sc in the same color. This part is finished, but
if you like, you can crochet around one more time and you can use a different color or make
another stitch (Picot, waves). At the end of this pattern you will find some examples.

Start

End

Armchair
2 x ch
R 01
R 02
R 03
R 04
R 05
R 06
R 07
R 08
R 09
R 10
R 11
R 12

6 x sc in second ch from hook


inc in each stitch
sc, inc, rep
2 x sc, inc, rep
3 x sc, inc, rep
4 x sc, inc, rep
5 x sc, inc, rep
6 x sc, inc, rep
7 x sc, inc, rep
8 x sc, inc, rep
sc in each stitch
sc in each stitch

6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
60
60

Now you start to crochet in rows:

R 13
R 14
R 15
R 16
R 17
R 18
R 19
R 20
R 21
R 22

ch, turn, 34 x sc, ch, turn


34 x sc, ch, turn
dec, 30 x sc, dec, ch, turn
dec, 28 x sc, dec, ch, turn
dec, 26 x sc, dec, ch, turn
dec, 24 x sc, dec, ch, turn
dec, 22 x sc, dec, ch, turn
dec, 20 x sc, dec, ch, turn
dec, 18 x sc, dec, ch, turn
dec, 16 x sc, dec, ch, turn
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34
34
32
30
28
26
24
22
20
18

R 23
dec, 14 x sc, dec, ch, turn
16
R 24
dec, 12 x sc, dec, ch, turn
14
R 25
dec, 10 x sc, dec, ch, turn
12
R 26
12 x sc, ch, turn
12
R 27
now crochet around with sc (have a look at page 4)
This part is finished, but if you like, crochet around one more time and you can use a different
color or make another stitch (Picot, waves).
sl st, cut the thread and sew it

Chair cushion
Note: If you want to crochet the cushion with color changes, then I suggest you to start the
rounds with a ch and to close them at the end with a slip stitch. I have changed the color for a
few of my cushions in R 03, R 05 and R 07.
2 x ch
R 01
R 02
R 03
R 04
R 05
R 06
R 07
R 08
R 09
R 10
R 11
R 12
R 13
R 14
R 15
R 16
R 17
R 18
R 19

6 x sc in second ch from hook


6
inc in each stitch
12
sc, inc, rep
18
2 x sc, inc, rep
24
3 x sc, inc, rep
30
4 x sc, inc, rep
36
5 x sc, inc, rep
42
6 x sc, inc, rep
48
7 x sc, inc, rep
54
BLO: sc in each stitch
54
sc in each stitch
54
BLO: 7 x sc, dec, rep
48
6 x sc, dec, rep
42
5 x sc, dec, rep
36
4 x sc, dec, rep
30
3 x sc, dec, rep
24
2 x sc, dec, rep, now stuff the cushion with a little bit of fiberfill
18
sc, dec, rep
12
dec, rep
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sl st, cut the thread, now use a sewing needle and pull the thread through
the middle of the cushion, sew the thread.

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If you want, you can glue or sew some beads on your cushion and on the chair.

Now put your cushion inside and


your cozy chair is finished!

Have fun!
Do not copy or post this pattern without my permission. Dont translate this pattern into another
language for reselling or publishing on the internet. You can sell a small number of the finished
item on markets or local stores.
This pattern is copyrighted by Karin Godinez (amilovesgurumi.com).

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