"Assembled kagami-mochi" Crochet Pattern
I wanted to crochet a work for the New Year, so I made a kagami-mochi with crochet.
I thought there would be a lot of kagami-mochi patterns, so I wondered if I could make something a little different.
Crocheted kagami-mochi is light, so it doesn't feel as stable when stacked as real mochi.
So, I thought that if there was a kagami-mochi that didn't slip off, it would give me a sense of security even if I displayed it, so I crocheted this kagami-mochi.
Since it is a collapsible type, it can be stored according to the space.
The sample kagami-mochi was crocheted with yarn of different thicknesses, so the size is different, but the crocheting method is the same for both.
The large kagami-mochi was crocheted with 2-strand yarn made of linen-cotton about Fingering.
All red and white i-cord and rugs are crocheted with 2-strand yarn.
The 2-strand yarn was about DK thick, so if you crochet with DK yarn as an alternative, I think the size will be closer.
For the small kagami-mochi, I crocheted Hamanaka's "Homemade Pure Wool Chuboso" with 1-Strand.
If you crochet with Fingering, it will be just about the size of your palm.
Below is a photo of the yarn I used along with the piece.
This is a work that can be crocheted with basic techniques, mainly single crochet.
There are supplementary explanations on how to crochet red and white i-cord in the pattern, and a link to the video explanation page is also included, so please feel free to try it.
It's a busy end of the year, but it might be nice to crochet a little at a time to change your mood.
I would be happy if you could make it and decorate it to liven up the New Year mood!
Mostly basic technique: ★★★★☆
Difficult to make mistakes: ★★★★☆
Good tempo: ★★★★☆
Completed in a short time: ★★★★☆
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