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Fully Custom Hooded Scarf. See my written pattern with some photos using 2 strands of Caron Simply Soft and a J Hook HERE. I am always cold. Especially when it's cold and windy. But sometimes I don't want to wear a hat because I don't want to mess up my hair. I like hoods. I do not like pointy hoods. I like big, dramatic, medieval looking hoods. This pattern is a yarn eater and works best with different sized yarns. You can use any sitch you want, or change stitches. Yarn and hook of your choice. I will give you a measurement of the project throughout, so you can use whatever hook and yarn you want. Project is started in the round and then worked in rows. You will need a calculator and some stitch markers. Special note: I don't start my rounds with your regular chain 3. Note about fun fur/eyelash yarn- for rounds or rows where I use fun fur, I work SCs or DCs the wrong way.

Step 1A: Tassel beginning: Make a tassel, using whatever yarns you will be using or add charms or beads or whatever. Hood is finished. Fully Custom Hooded Scarf. Free Crochet Pattern 80015AD Amigurumi Love Birds. Harlequin Hoodie pattern by Marken of The Hat & I. Fully Custom Hooded Scarf. Paul’s “Sweet Guy” Scarf | Wolf Crochet. I’m sure that all of you have a sweet guy out there whether he is a husband, brother, father or just a friend. My sweet guy does a lot of DIY projects around the house, cleans up after himself in the bathroom, and turns his socks right side out before he puts them in the hamper. Pattern Materials: Stash Yarn: Caron Simply Soft, small amounts of blue, green, beige, cream, and grey. Size I crochet hook. Tapestry needle Measurements: 70″ X 8 1/2 “ This pattern is made by combining 3 pattern rows of each color until you get to the middle, 5 pattern rows of grey, and then reversing the order of the colors to the other edge. Row 1: With blue, ch 219.

Row 2: Sk 1st sc, dc in next sc, dc in skipped sc. * sk next sc, dc in next sc, dc in skipped sc*. Row 3: Sc in ea st across. Repeat rows 3, 2, and 3 using green. Repeat rows 3, 2, and 3 using beige. Repeat rows 3, 2, and 3 using cream. Repeat rows 3, 2, and 3 using grey. Repeat rows 3, 2, and 3 using blue. Like this: Like Loading... Vertical Stripe Crochet Scarf (Unisex) Today, I’m displaying my third crochet scarf for donation to the Orphan Foundation of America. It’s a simple pattern featuring single crochet spaced apart by single chains. The crochet pattern creates a sleek, solid scarf that isn’t too heavy. I’ve used a combination of red, ivory tweed and grey yarn to create a modern scarf for a man or woman. Since I tend to be someone who can easily start and stop projects, I worried that I might not be able to produce all five scarves as promised within the project deadline. However, I’ve been enjoying the crochet so much that I’m ahead of schedule (and already thinking ahead to future projects!).

This scarf came together quickly one morning while I listened to the news on TV and occasionally glanced at the rainy day outside. When I started crocheting a few weeks ago, I was determined not to use any pattern that required me to work the length of the scarf. And, I think it ended up being the quickest and easiest scarf to make so far. Size G hook. Free Knitting Pattern L10479 Varsity Stripe Hat And Scarf. Bev's Knit-Your-Bit scarf. Bev's "Knit-Your- Bit" Scarf (formerly Special Olympics scarf) pattern by Beverly A.

Qualheim © 2008, 20 For info on crocheting or knitting scarves for our Veterans, click here Crochet hook size I Red Heart Super Saver yarn Approx 8 oz needed. Even though it might seem 'odd', doing the pattern as stated, makes that neat 'in-and-out' bumpy edging. (see photo to right) Chain 19 (width = 6")Row 1: 2 Dc in 3rd ch from the hook - *skip 1 ch, sc in next ch, skip 1, 3 dc in next ch (shell made), repeat from * across to last chain, 3 dc, ch 3 and turn. Row 2: Sc in 2nd st from hook (middle dc of the shell) - *skip 1 st, 3 dc in next (forms shell), skip 1 st, sc in middle of shell, repeat from * across to shell-- sc in middle of shell, ch 3 and turn. (4 shells) Scarf to left: colors were changed every 10 rows but you can change colors however often you wish. Mailing Scarves: * Include care and washing instructions. COPYRIGHT:All content is copyrighted to original creators as stated on their patterns.

Shala_beads: Mike's scarf. I finished it last night while we finished watching Tin Man. I downloaded it a few days ago on itunes, and we watched it as a family over the last few nights. Including a pattern, although, it's all single crochets, so it doesn't need a pattern. But if you're an absolute beginner, and trying to figure out a scarf for a big guy, this works for mine. The finished scarf is about 73 inches long, maybe a bit longer. I didn't measure length properly, and about 7 inches wide. I sized it for my husband who is 6'1" and likes handmade scarves best because they are the right size for him.

*Yes. I've still got most of this cone left. Pattern: Dragon. It’s the Year of the Dragon this year! To celebrate, crochet your own fire-breathing cuties in a rainbow of colours for yourself or for your friends! Materials: green yarn (I used Patons Grace in Ginger)2.00 mm crochet hookyarn needlefiberfillbeige felt (for wings and scaled body), dark brown felt (for horns), and pink felt (for cheeks)7.5 mm safety eyesblack embroidery floss (for mouth), white embroidery floss (for fang), tan embroidery floss (for scaled body)glue gunfabric glue Note: I worked in continuous rounds (vs. joined rounds). ***PLEASE follow along with my blog post here to see step-by-step photos. Using green yarn, Chain 7 (this is the foundation chain) R1: Starting from second chain from hook, Sc 6 in back loops of foundation chain. ***To see a step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet around a foundation chain, please see HERE!

R2: *Sc 1, 2 sc in next sc*, rep 6 times. (18 sts) R3: *Sc 2, 2 sc in next sc*, rep 6 times. (24 sts) R4: *Sc 3, 2 sc in next sc*, rep 6 times (30 sts) Tiny Whale. © June Gilbank 2009 This little whale is the perfect size to sit in the palm of your hand! But even better than that: he’s crocheted all in one piece, so there’s no sewing involved to make him! This pattern is Donationware – the pattern is available for free, but if you like it please consider sending me a donation to show your appreciation: Send me a donation and receive the easy-to-print PDF version of the pattern as a thank you!

Donations of any size are much appreciated. The complete pattern and instructions are available below, regardless of whether or not you choose to pay for them This is a PlanetJune original crochet pattern. Not ready to make it yet? Terminology You will need… E US/3.5mm crochet hookSmall quantity of worsted weight yarn in blue, grey or whiteStitch markerYarn needle to weave in endPolyester fibrefill stuffingEyes, approx 8mm diameter Notes Pattern Make a magic ring, ch 1.

Insert the second eye in the same position on the other side of the whale. Micro Miniature Kiwi Bird. Free Patterns by H: Stegosaurus Amigurumi. MATERIALS:Lion Brand Jiffy, 1 skein (A) "Apple Green" & partial skeins (B) "Grass Green" & (C) "Dark Grey Heather" size I or J crochet hook 9mm black safety eyes (or black yarn) stuffing yarn needle Some stitches/abbreviations used in this pattern: Dec1 = Insert hook in next stitch and pull up a loop (2 loops on hook).

Now, insert hook into the next stitch and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook). Yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook. [1 stitch has been decreased] SHAPE HEAD: Round 1: Starting with a magic ring and A, 6 sc into ring. Round 2: 2 sc in each st around. (12 sts) Rounds 3-4: Sc in each st around. Round 5: *(2 sc in next st, sc in next st), repeat from * around. (18 sts) Rounds 6-8: Sc in each st around. SPIKES: (Sew the spikes to the top of the body segment in the following order: small spike, medium spike, large spike, large spike, medium spike, small spike.)

SMALL SPIKES: Make 2. MEDIUM SPIKES: Make 2. LARGE SPIKES: Make 2. FRONT LEGS: Make 2. BACK LEGS: Make 2. Pokemon Look-Alike Pikachu. Here is the pattern and pics for the Pikachu (pokemon) look-alike I made for my son. Pikachu-guy designed by Elizabeth Mareno 10/20/06 Materials: F hook, sport weight yarn (altho i did this with worsted), stuffing and needle. **Do not join rounds unless indicated** Top Feet: (Make 2)Row1: ch 2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hookRow2: 2sc in each sc.Row3: Back Loop Only, sc in each aroundRow4: Both Loops, sc in each sc around.Finish off. Sew to front of body using picture as reference. Stuff as you sew on. Bottom Feet: (Make 2)Row1: ch2, 6sc in 2nd chRow2: 2 sc in eachRow3: 1 sc in each.Finish off. Cheeks: (Make2)ch 2, 6sc in 2nd ch from hook.Finish off and sew onto face using picture as reference. Embroider eyes, nose and mouth in appropriate spots (look at the picture) using a straight stitch. Espeon « AH! Creations. For several months now I’ve been asked by my fiancé (and amigurumi felter) Beau to make a couple of our favorite Pokemon: Umbreon and Espeon.

But without a pattern those projects got pushed to the back of the queue in favor of others. Recently, another crocheter whose patterns are very good, and whom I’ve made amigurumis from before, posted her own pattern for Umbreon. A week later we had our own Umbreon and were pretty pleased. That is until I suggested to Beau that it might be possible for me to alter her pattern for Umbreon a little to make Espeon.

Since Espeon is his favorite Pokemon, he immediately jumped on board for that idea and I’m pleased to say I think Espeon turned out very well. His ears, whiskers, and tail are all my own design, while the body is the same as Umbreon’s. To help make the tail more posable and like Umbreon’s from pictures we’re going to put a thin wire inside it. These pictures aren’t the best, but it is the best I can do at night. Body, Head, Legs Fasten off. i. JIGGLYPUFF with pattern. This is the Jigglypuff I made for the kids.

I ended up using a virgin wool (cause it's the only pink color I had) and I don't like making 3D pieces in wool because it's inconsistent and a bit stretchy to work with. I'll have to remake one at some point in good acrylic yarn. I thought about making the microphone, but I was too tired ... I'll probably do that next time. As usual, if anything isn't right, or confusing, let me know and I'll fix it as soon as I can. So... here's the pattern for Jigglypuff :) Materials:WW yarn in a soft pink or light roseFiberfillScraps of black, white, blue and red feltSewing threads to match the felt colorsSewing needleYarn needleSize F hook NOTES:I tend to prefer to join my rounds when I work, but if you prefer to use continuous rounds and stitch markers, that's also good.

Gauge isn't really important, as long as the hook, yarn and your tension result in a fairly tight stitch so that the stuffing doesn't show thru. Rnd 1: 6 sc in magic ring (6) Make 4: Charizard « AH! Creations. Beau has talked about me making a Charizard for a long time now. I was always hesitant (he made me a little nervous), but finally gave in as usual. He had some ups and downs along the way, his head was especially frustrating, but after a while he finally started coming together. The touch I am most pleased with is his flame. Beau and I have been trying to figure out how to make our Charmander’s flame (wolfdreamer) ever since I made it month’s ago. It finally hit me while playing with some polyfil, that it looked like a flame when shaped. We both hope you like the latest pattern.

If there are any mistakes with the pattern, feel free to leave a comment so I can fix it asap. Materials White, blue (2 shades) and black felt Pumpkin colored yarn, buff yarn, white yarn black thread sewing needle wire Body Round 1: sc 8 in Magic Ring (8) Round 2: *2 sc in each sc* around (16) Round 3: *sc, 2 sc in next sc* around (24) Round 4: *sc 2, 2 sc in next sc* around (32) Round 7-19: *sc in each sc* around (45) Head. POKEBALL. I made a bunch of these pokeballs for the kids starting way back in the mid 90's ... when they were little. They'd lose one (or the dogs would chew them up) so I'd make more. Even at their ages they still love to play with these things :) As always, if something isn't right please let me know so that I can fix it as soon as possible. Materials: WW yarn in red, white and black F and G hook Fiberfill Yarn needle Sewing needle and thread in white and black I recommend using the 'invisible decrease' when making 3D pieces like this, it's done by simply making the decrease in the Front Loops Only.

While it's not completely invisible, it does help prevent the gaps that regular decrease stitches can leave. Using red and G hook: Rnd 1: 6 sc in magic ring. (6) Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12) Rnd 3: sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc around (18) Rnd 4: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (24) Rnd 5: sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (30) Rnd 6: sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (36) Base: Top: Louie's Loops: Holy free pattern, Batman!! This Friday yet another awesome superhero movie of this summer comes out, The Dark Knight Rises, and you know I'm here to make an equally awesome pattern to commemorate it! So some of you may know the little bat pattern I posted last year, well I used that pattern with a few differences to make today's free pattern of a simple Batman Logo, but that's not all...

Iron man's not the only one with some sweet gloves, and do to the popularity of my Iron Man Fingerless Mittens posted last month, I decided to make some Batman Ninja versions of them! You can get the Gauntlet pattern for $3 on Ravelry, Craftsy, or Etsy, or by simply clicking -->HERE<-- Pattern available after the jump... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Materials: -Lion Brand Cotton /Lily Sugar'n Cream /Lion Brand Cotton-Ease (basically any 100% cotton works) -Crochet Hook-Size G6 4.00mm -Needle to sew in ends with Abbreviations: -Ch = Chain -Rnd = Round.