Easy Peasy Door Scone

Easy Peasy Door Scone – Free Crochet Pattern

by: Kristyn at funkifybers.com

free crochet pattern - door scone

Its been a busy week around here, we are wrapping up our summer/fall projects and preparing for winter, luckily most of the tasks are on the “honey do list” and I still managed a little crafting.  Today I’m sharing my Easy Peasy crochet Door Scone, it’s really nothing special, but if your wreath challenged like me, (seriously my wreaths always look like a circle of weirdness) you might appreciate this pattern.  Its super simple and uses Lion Brand Super Bulky yarn which makes it work up really quick, add a few of those cheap fake flowers (or pick your own bouquet) and viola you have your self a pretty door arrangement for a really inexpensive price and it looks wayyy better than any wreath I could make for y’all!

Size(s):

5 1/2in. wide by 7in. tall

Skill Level:

Easy

Supplies:

  • Lion Brand Hometown USA (Super Bulky 6)
    • Los Angeles Tan (1 skein)
  • 8.0mm Hook
  • Stitch Marker
  • Flowers (optional)

My Amazon list to make this pattern:

Stitches:

MR – Magic Ring

SC – Single Crochet

DropSC – Drop Single Crochet

TwistedSC – Twisted Single Crochet

*Click on a linked stitch above for a quick how-to guide if needed.*

Notes:
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  • To work a dropSC, insert hook in the base of indicated stitch, YO, pull up a loop and draw it up to the level you are working.
  • This scone is worked in the round, using a stitch marker to keep track of your rounds is recommended.
  • The scone is worked in a continuous round, increasing by one stitch per round, do not SS to join.
  • * to * indicates a repeated stitch sequence.

Easy Peasy Door Scone – Free Crochet Pattern

by: Kristyn at funkifybers.com

Scone:

This is really easy you will make a continuous spiral adding 2 stitches in the first stitch of each round, your stitch count for each round increases by one.  Every other stitch is a dropped SC worked in 2 rounds below, and the alternating stitch is a regular SC worked in the round below.  When working a round you should be completing a drop stitch in a regular SC from the previous round and a regular SC in a dropped stitch from the previous round, this creates a nice thick basket like texture.  In case you need it I wrote out the instructions for each round.

Begin with a MR, CH1,

Round 1: 6SC into magic ring. (6SC)

Round 2: 2SC in the first stitch, SC in the next 5 stitches. (7SC)

Here’s where it gets interesting…

Round 3: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 1 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 1 or the base of the next stitch,* 3 times. (8SC or 4DropSC and 4SC)

free crochet pattern - door scone
To complete the DropSC stitch pull up your loop from the round below.
Door Scone free crochet pattern
Round 3 complete.

Round 4: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 2 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 2,* 3 times, SC in the last stitch. (9SC or 4DropSC and 5SC)

Round 5: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 3 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 3,* 4 times. (10SC or 5DropSC and 5SC)

Round 6: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 4 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 4,* 4 times, SC in the last stitch. (11SC or 5DropSC and 6SC)

Round 7: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 5 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 5,* 5 times. (12SC or 6DropSC and 6SC)

Round 8: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 6 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 6,* 5 times, SC in the last stitch. (13SC or 6DropSC and 7SC)

Round 9: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 7 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 7,* 6 times. (14SC or 7DropSC and 7SC)

Round 10: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 8 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 8,* 6 times, SC in the last stitch. (15SC or 7DropSC and 8SC)

Round 11: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 9 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 9,* 7 times. (16SC or 8DropSC and 8SC)

Round 12: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 10 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 10,* 7 times, SC in the last stitch. (17SC or 8DropSC and 9SC)

Round 13: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 11 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 11,* 8 times. (18SC or 9DropSC and 9SC)

Round 14: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 12 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 12,* 8 times, SC in the last stitch. (19SC or 9DropSC and 10SC)

Round 15: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 13 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 13,* 9 times. (20SC or 10DropSC and 10SC)

Round 16: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 14 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 14,* 9 times, SC in the last stitch. (21SC or 10DropSC and 11SC)

Round 17: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 15 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 15,* 10 times. (22SC or 11DropSC and 11SC)

Round 18: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 16 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 16,* 10 times, SC in the last stitch. (23SC or 11DropSC and 12SC)

Round 19: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 17 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 17,* 11 times. (24SC or 12DropSC and 12SC)

Round 20: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 18 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 18,* 11 times, SC in the last stitch. (25SC or 12DropSC and 13SC)

Round 21: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 19 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 19,* 12 times. (26SC or 13DropSC and 13SC)

Round 22: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 20 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 20,* 12 times, SC in the last stitch. (27SC or 13DropSC and 14SC)

Round 23: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 21 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 21,* 13 times. (28SC or 14DropSC and 14SC)

Round 24: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 22 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 22,* 13 times, SC in the last stitch. (29SC or 14DropSC and 15SC)

Round 25: SC in the first stitch, DropSC into row 23 at the base of the first SC this gives you two stitches in the first stitch, *SC in the next stitch, DropSC into row 23,* 14 times. (30SC or 15DropSC and 15SC)

Door Scone free crochet pattern
Here’s how you should look.

Final Round – No increase

Round 26: Complete a Twisted SC in each stitch around, fasten off. (30TwistedSC)

Door Scone free crochet pattern
Round 26 complete.

Finish Up:

I’m not sure if you noticed but at the end of round 26 I did not indicate to weave in ends, the tail end will help you determine where to place your hanger.

  1. Flatten your piece and determine the back side.
  2. Cut a piece of yarn about 12 inches.
  3. Insert yarn into and hole roughly 2 inches from the edge into round 25 and tie a knot to secure it.

    door scone free crochet pattern
    I remarked the holes my yarn will go through.
  4. Insert the other side into a hole in round 25 roughly 2 inches from the other edge, tie a knot to secure.
  5. Trim any tail ends.

    free crochet pattern - door scone
    Hanger added.
  6. If you’re using fake flowers trim and arrange them if needed, and go ahead and weave in those ends now.
  7. Hang your scone and admire. 🙂

This scone can work for any season just replace the flowers with anything festive, let me know what you think, thanks!

free crochet pattern - door scone
Trim your flowers and arrange.

Crochet Door Scone - free pattern

Copyright:

Written pattern copyright funkifybers.com (Kristyn Hertrich), all rights reserved. Please do not distribute or repost this pattern as your own, linking this pattern to this page to share with others is appreciated. You may make items for sale from this pattern.

One thought on “Easy Peasy Door Scone

  1. Love your crochet pattern, thank you so much for sharing such an original idea. Thought I would make one for Christmas. I think you mean Sconce not scone!
    Best wishes, Suzyco

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