Crochet Wasp Nest Pattern

Crochet Wasp Nest Pattern

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Crochet Wasp Nest

Crochet Wasp Nest

Crochet Wasp Nest

The Crochet Wasp Nest, designed by Anita Grover is intended to mimic the imperfect nature of a real wasp nest. This design is an intermediate level as Anita has laid out this pattern uniquely in her pattern.

Anita has allergic to bees and has an abundance of bees where she lives. She decides to freeform a nest on her own and it worked really well. So she decided to follow her stitchwork and write out the pattern.

Keep in mind, this is not wasp proof for totally keeping the wasps away, it’s acting as a deterrent for wasps that don’t below to keep their distance as they are territorial.

The pattern is several pages so you can check off the instructions and follow it easier than forcing it all together making it very difficult to follow.


Rnd 5: Working in BLO; increasing every 3rd st.

Dc, dc, This means to place 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in the next st after it.

Dc, tr in next st, This is sharing same st.

Tr, tr,

Dc, dc in next st,

Dc, hdc,

Hdc, hdc  in next st,

Sc, sc,

Sc, hdc in next st,

Hdc, hdc,

Dc, dc in next st,

Dc, tr,

Tr, tr  in next st,

Dc, dc

Dc, hdc in next st,

Hdc, hdc,

Sc, sc in next st.  (32 sts) Stitch count at the end of the rnd.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

9 thoughts on “Crochet Wasp Nest Pattern”

  1. Anita Grover says:

    Kristen on rnd 14 you will chain 15; slip stitch in the stitch of the first chain, then working in back loops only continuing on with the pattern. Enjoy.

    1. Kristen says:

      Thank you!

  2. Nenderle says:

    I’m confused on what we do with the chain loops beginning in row 14, do we work in them, in the stitches or ignore them?

    1. Mikey says:

      I believe you just ignore them. Skip over and push them to the inside.

      1. Kristen Simpson says:

        Do I work my first stitch in front or behind the chain 15.

      2. Mikey says:

        I’ll get Anita to answer that for you. Just give us a bit of time and I have messaged her already to look at your question.

      3. Mikey says:

        Kristen on rnd 14 you will chain 15; slip stitch in the stitch of the first chain, then working in back loops only continuing on with the pattern. Enjoy.

  3. Ashley Rose Johnson says:

    Thanks Mikey,

    For sharing this Wasp nest pattern. I have been looking forward of getting this pattern to help friends out here in The Dalles Oregon and let me tell ya we have yellow jackets to regular bees to hornet’s. You name the bees here and they can get mean.

    1. Marina King says:

      It sure is a great idea! I know I have at least one I want to put up

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