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Today we are sharing how to crochet a pentagon shape as part of our crochet basic shapes series!
A pentagon is a 5-sided shape, and it’s useful for all kinds of crochet projects, whether you are making crochet patchwork or want to create intricate designs. It’s also a great shape to try out if you want to try something different!
Like all of our patterns in this series, we do not create them with any specific gauge, yarn or size hook in mind. They can also be worked with almost any stitch (we use double crochet for this one) – but any stitch will work as long as you consider for increases and decreases!
Pentagon Crochet Pattern
Round 1: ch5, sl st in 1st ch to form a ring, ch3, 19dc in the ring, sl sl in 3rd ch to join. (20dc)
Round 2: ch3, 2dc in same st as ch3 made, 1dc in next 3dc, (3dc in next dc, 1dc in next 3dc) 4times, sl st in 3rd ch to join.
Round 3: ch3, 5dc in next dc, (1dc in next 5dc, 5dc in next dc) 4times, 1dc in next 4dc, sl st in 3rd ch to join.
Round 4: ch3, 1dc in next 2dc, 5dc in next dc, (1dc in next 9dc, 5dc in next dc) 4times, 1dc in next 6dc, sl st in 3rd ch to join.
I hope you enjoy this fun and simple pattern and we can’t wait to see what you make with it!