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Angel Wings Pinafore

Angel Wings Pinafore
Angel Wing Newborn Pinafore (newborn to 3 months size)Copyright 2007 Maxine Gonser (angelcat1946@gmail.com) If you have questions on the pattern please contact her and not Bev. Thanks. H hook approximately 3 oz bernat sport yarn 7 sts =2 inches 2 rows of dc = 1 inch 1) ch 52. sc in second ch from hook an in each ch across. 51 sts 2) ch 3. turn. dc in each of next 2 sts. * 2dc in next st. dc in each of next 3 sts. repeat from * 11 times. dc in each remaining sts to the end. 63 sts 3) ch 3. turn. dc in each of the next 3 sts. * 2dc in the next st. dc in each of the next 4 sts repeat from * 11 times. dc in each remaining st. dc on top of ch 3. 75 sts 4) ch 3.turn. dc in each of the next 3 sts. * 2 dc in the next st.dc in each of the next 4 sts. repeat from * 13 times. dc in each of the remaining sts, dc on top of ch 3. 89 sts. 5) ch 3. turn. dc in the same st. * skip next st. shell (2dc ch 2 2dc) in next st. repeat from * to end 2dc on top of ch 3 43 shells 10-17) repeat row 9

Road Trip Scarf Pattern Friday I went on a little spur of the moment road trip with hubby and I wanted a fuss free project to keep me busy during the drive. Scissors are banned on road trips as hubby is paranoid that I accidentally stab myself again (during a road trip a couple of months back I was snipping a thread, we hit a pothole, a very common occurrence on South African Roads, and I embedded the scissors in my left wrist). While hubby was planning the route I quickly grabbed some variegated yarn, started two triangles to make "scarfy" versions of a shawl I made a few weeks ago, and popped them into my SHABBY PROJECT BAG I managed to finish both scarves, edge them and make a few little flowers - with a few cm of yarn to spare - before we arrived back home. Yesterday morning I sewed the flowers on with some beads and a few braids and Ta-dah! For the greenish scarf I used 2 x 50g Elle Family Knit Classic (Courtelle) colour "Sushi" with a 4.50mm hook and a 5.00mm hook. COLOUR: Hunter HOOKS: 4.50mm and 5.00mm

Wildflowers Scarf Pattern As promised, the pattern for the MOM AND DAUGHTER CROCHET ALONG SCARF, A.K.A. "The Wildflowers Scarf"!PATTERN TERMS: US My patterns are all written in US terms - I have included this little chart to make it easier for my UK readers to reference the difference in stitch terms. Skill Level: EasyApproximate Time: 2 hours Yarn: I used Elle Escapade DK for the first scarf and Lollipop DK for the other two Any DK (8 ply / Light Worsted Weight) or Aran (10ply / Worsted Weight) Yarn would be suitable Hook Size:I used a 6.00mm for the foundation chains and a 5.50mm for the restUse whatever hook size suits your choice of yarn and your tension.Size: Width - 13cmLength - 164cm (excluding embellishments) SCARFFoundation: with a 6.00mm hook crochet 24chChange to 5.50mm hook(I use a slightly bigger hook to crochet the foundation chain - gives a more even start to the workpiece) Repeat Row 2 until scarf is required length (I made mine 164 cm - over 125 rows)

Crocheted Moccasin Slippers Please Note: As this is a new pattern, there could be some typos. If you find any, you can let me know through the email link on my front page. (that email link is encrypted to stop the spammer's software from picking it up.) MATERIALS Yarn: 4 ply worsted weight yarn. SIZE: These will fit a foot of 9 and 1/2 inches. Working with 2 strands of yarn held together, Ch 20 (16, 18, 22, 24) RND 1 - 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook. 1 sc in next 9 chs (7, 8, 10, 11), 1 hdc in next ch, 1 dc in next 6 chs (4, 5, 7, 8) 2 dc in next ch, 5 dc in last ch. RND 2 - Ch 1 and 1 sc in first st, 2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 9 sts (7, 8, 10, 11), 1 hdc in next st, 1 dc in next 10 sts (8, 9, 11, 12), 2 dc in next st, 3 dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, 1 dc in next 10 sts (8, 9, 11, 12), 1 hdc in next st, 1 sc in next 9 sts (7, 8, 10, 11), ss to join to first sc. RND 4 - This round makes a turning ridge for the sides. If you are changing colors, do it here. Ch 5 Sew the top into place.

Textured Bow Tie Hope you aren’t sick of bow ties, because I have one more for you. It is just crocheted blocks sewed together. Pretty easy and do-able even for the most beginner of crocheters. When you sew your pieces together, mistakes or inconsistencies become a little less visible so it’s a good first project! I am not going to go to the very very basics of crochet, but here is what I did… First hook size. And now for the pattern… Yarn: I used 4 ply worsted weight yarn in cotton and in acrylic. First for the main bow tie piece… Tie off and weave in loose ends with a yarn needle. Now for the remaining pieces. First, the neck band. Measure your intended wearers neck. Turn, and in second chain from the needle double crochet to the end. Note: I made mine too long. #1: chain 13 stitches. #2: Then turn, and single crochet in the second stitch from the needle to the end. {12 stitches} Chain 2, single crochet to the end. {11 stitches not including the chain 2} Repeat to desired width. I made a couple more.

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