Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie. Several things came together to make the Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets – a reader request, my kids’ love of animals, and the inevitable need for new winter hats!
Out of all these came this fun hat/hood-scarf-pockets cat lover’s combo! Of course, it doesn’t have to be a cat – change the ear style and it can be any animal at all – the colors had me thinking both wolf and Totoro! In an orangey red it would make a great fox too. Your imagination is the only limit! Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue US – K, 6.5 mm hookUS – H, 5.0 mm hookMain Color: 630 – 945 yds worsted weight yarn (held doubled), OR half that quantity super bulky weight yarn (Caron Simply Soft in Grey Heather shown)Contrast Color: 30 yds worsted weight yarn (Bernat Cottontots in White shown)Stitch markers or scraps of yarnGauge: 10 dc x 6 rows = 4 inchesSizes: The scarf is custom sized for the recipient, made to their arm span or height (plus a couple inches if it’s for a child, so they can grow).
Free Crochet Pattern...Pavement Infinity Scarf! Crafty Tutorial: Super-Chunky Crocheted Infinity Scarf [Giveaway!] By popular demand, you can now download the PDF for this pattern here!!!
I got a bunch of emails, comments, and tweets asking me to do a tutorial for the giant bulky infinity scarves I’ve been crocheting. Usually, when I get a request for something, even if it’s just one of you, I’ll go for it… So, this is my infinity scarf that I made for myself, though I haven’t worn it yet. It’s been far too warm for a big bulky scarf like this. This post was an entire weekend in the making. Before we get started, if you would like some simple background tutorials on basic crocheting, check out this one and this one. First, you’ll need to buy your yarn. To make the exact scarf I’m showing you, you’ll need 4 skeins of this yarn and an N-gauge hook. How do I know what gauge hook to use? Generally, a bigger hook will yield a bigger or looser stitch, and a smaller hook will make a smaller or tighter stitch. Start by making a slip knot at the end of your yarn, leaving a small tail. Do this 41 times. The Baylie Bear Cowl pattern by Heidi May.
Free Crochet Pattern...Fiona Button Scarf! The Fiona Button Scarf is a lovely piece for both fall and winter and is crocheted lengthwise in a slightly modified granny stripe.
Two buttons join it together to create a long loop like an infinity scarf, or wear it unbuttoned for a traditional scarf. Versatile and pretty, lofty and warm! No need to crochet button holes either, just use the decorative holes from the scarf. Fiona Button ScarfBy Jennifer Dickerson Materials: N (9.0 mm) Crochet Hook 1-2 Skeins Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Solids, 106 yards (1 for the 45 inch and 2 for the 60 inch version) Note: Some of the prints and metallics have less yardage than the solids)Tapestry Needle (for weaving in ends and sewing on buttons) Two Buttons (Buttons shown are 1 inch wide, test out your buttons before sewing them on by slipping them through one of the holes to make sure they fit) Sizing: Instructions: Ch 124 for a scarf that is 45 inches longCh 154 for a scarf that is 60 inches long Row 1:Chain 3 and turn. Here it is close up: