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Lacy Infinity Scarf, my free crochet pattern

Lacy Infinity Scarf, my free crochet pattern
I finished my infinity scarf! But it’s still at least a couple of months before I will be able to wear it as autumn arrives late to California. I’m not in a hurry though and I’m very much enjoying summer days. I’m more than pleased with how my scarf turned out. It’s soft and nice to touch. And it definitely looks much better on me than on the hanger in the photos. This pattern is my original design. Skill Level: Easy Materials: Baby Alpaca Worsted Glow yarn in Olive by Plymouth Yarn, 5 balls Crochet Hook US size F (3.75 mm) Shell in this pattern: (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) all in same space. Row 1: shell in 6th ch from hook, *ch 3, skip 5 ch, sc in next ch, ch 3, skip 5 ch, shell in next ch* across, skip 3 ch, dc in last ch. Row 2: ch 6, turn; *sc in next shell, ch 3, shell in next sc, ch 3* across, end with sc in last shell, ch 3, dc in last dc (Note, here by last dc I actually mean the turning ch. Repeat Row 2 – Row 3 until your scarf measures about 65 inches. Lay your scarf on a flat surface. Related:  Stick och virkmönstercrocheted hats,scarfs, and mittens

Thread and Beads Infinity Scarf I have a surplus of crochet thread. And I almost never buy it. I think my family finds it at yard sales and gives it to me, or maybe it’s just multiplying on its own, like Tribbles. Either way, I need to get some of it out of the stash and into my life. Maybe I should have called this post The Trouble with Trebles. Haha, Get it? Because you can only make so many doilies, so many crochet rocks, and jewelry only uses little bits – I needed to think of something different and BIGGER. I’ll reveal what I did here in case you want to give it a try, but I’m not going to call it a pattern, and this is why: The edging is directly influenced by this one I found on Pinterest. I’m becoming a little gun-shy to post patterns because I get comments telling me I should make You Tube tutorials and/or that written patterns are too difficult and they aren’t good. Please note: the 5mm hook is a big(ger) hook, like one you would normally use with worsted weight yarn. Thread and Beads Scarf 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Crochet I just love the "homespun yarns" by Lion Brand. They make for warm and cozy winter wear. I decided to take my basic beanie hats and infinity scarfs and make sets for family and friends this Christmas season. This one is a smaller length scarf with a removable flower on the hat. This is a beautiful fall color combination. Homespun Super Bulky or Bulky yarn Using a K- hook Chain 21 Row 1 - Dc in 5th chain from the hook, chain 2, dc in same stitch. Row 2 - In each chain 2 space work a v-stitch. Join together at each end by either whip stitching together or slip stitching across the two rows to join them. Lion Brand Homespun Bulky Red Heart 4ply Crochet hook - K Start with a magic circle Rnd 1) 8 hdc in circle Rnd 2) ch1, 2 hdc in each stitch (16) Rnd 3) ch1, 2 hdc in same stitch as joining, hdc in next stitch, *2 hdc in next stitch, hdc in next stitch* (repeat the pattern between the * to end) (24) Rnd 8 - 16) ch 1, hdc in same as joining and ch 1, hdc in each stitch around. (56) K - Hook

Knee-High Boot Socks! Here's a fun free pattern for a chunky knee-high sock. These are crocheted with heavy worsted to aran yarn and work up quickly in a few short hours. I've included tips on how to get a custom fit for your foot and calf. Enjoy! Please let me know if you have any questions or see any errors. Size: One Size Fits Most Adult WomenStitches Used: Sc – Single Crochet Sc 2 tog – Single Crochet 2 Together (Pull up a loop in the next stitch, pull up a loop in the following stitch, yo, pull through all 3 loops on hook) Dc – Double Crochet Fsc – Foundation Single Crochet (ch 2, insert hook into 2nd ch from hook, pull up loop, yo, pull through one loop, [foundation chain made] yo, pull through two loops, [fsc made]). Yarn: 5 ounces of heavy worsted to bulky yarn. Hook: J hook or hook needed to get gauge. Gauge: 10.5 dc and 8 rows is a 4 inch square. Note: The yellow sample made is just for illustrative purposes only in order to show the steps. Make Heel Opening: Make Leg: Make Cuff: Make Heel: Do not fasten.

Free Crochet Pattern...Cilantro Cowl! The Cilantro Cowl is a cozy and pretty cowl worked in alternating rows of double crochet and puff stitches. Fabulous green yarn and lots of texture make a fun and interesting project! Cilantro Cowl By Jennifer Dickerson Sizing: 13 Inches Tall30 Inch Circumference (after seaming) Materials: 2 Skeins Knit Picks Brava Bulky, each skein is 136 yards (Colorway Shown: "Peapod") Alternatively, you could use Lion Brand's Wool Ease Chunky and the same size hook)K (6.5 mm) Crochet HookTapestry Needle Instructions: Note: Stitch sequence is a multiple of 2 + 4. Ch 44 Foundation Row: In the fourth ch from the hook, work a (dc, ch 1. Row 1: Chain 3 and turn. Row 2: Chain 3 and turn. Repeat rows 1 & 2 until cowl reaches desired length. Finishing & Assembly:To seam the cowl, sandwich the two edges where the cowl started and finished.

Mormorsrutor med Prästkragar/Daisy Squares De här underbart vackra mormorsrutorna med Prästkragar får en nästan att känna doften av sommar, inte sant!? *** Information to my English speaking crochet friends: For a pattern in English, follow the link to Color’n Cream, where Jenn Poort has made an excellent photo pattern in English, called Vintage Flowers, which inspired me to make my Daisy Granny Squares. If you like to know why I started to crochet mine – please use Google Translate or such and read all of my blog post! ;) *** Inspirationen till att virka dessa vackra rutor fick jag när jag upptäckte en blogg driven av en kvinna som har en förkärlek till att virka de mest färggranna och underbara kuddar. Beautiful pillows made by Dragana Savkov-Bajić Mönstret hon har använt är dock länkat vidare till bloggen Color’n Cream, där Jenn Poort, som även hon virkar otroligt fina och mycket färgglada saker, har gjort ett engelskt fotomönster för rutorna. 1. 5. 9. 1 dst i nästa maska i ringen. 10. 13. 17- 18. 21. Författare: BautaWitch

CROCHET V STITCH INFINITY SCARFS Infinity scarfs have become very popular where I live , especial with the -20 weather conditions we get here in Northern Maine. This is a simple v stitch that makes a great scarf. It works up pretty quick and can be any length you want. The one above is made with "Homespun" yarn by Lion Brand. Using a K- hook Chain 21 Row 1 - Dc in 5th chain from the hook, chain 2, dc in same stitch. Row 2 - In each chain 2 space work a v-stitch. Join together at each end by either whip stitching together or slip stitching across the two rows to join them. This beautiful infinity scarf was made with the "Super Bulky" Lion Brand yarn. Have fun making several creation. This one was done with less rows for an infinity scarf that fits the neck perfectly without any extra for looping like the two above.

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.

Apple Blossom Dreams: Chevron Infinity Scarf in HDC - Pattern and Tutorial Want to make a Chevron Infinity Scarf? Here's how: Gather supplies: (I added some light blue and cream after I took the yarn photo.) Here's the pattern: Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook, skip next ch, hdc in next 10 chs, 3 hdc in next ch, hdc in next 10 chs, skip 1 ch, hdc in next 10 chs, 3 hdc in next ch, hdc in next 10 chs, skip 1 ch, hdc in last ch. ch 1, turn Row 2: and rest of rows: hdc in 2nd st from hook, skip next st, hdc in next 10 sts, 3 hdc in next st, hdc in next 10 sts, skip 2 sts, hdc in next 10 sts, 3 hdc in next st, hdc in next 10 sts, skip 1 st, hdc in last st, ch 1, turn and here is the pattern in photos: ch 49 hdc in 3rd ch from hook(the photo shows 2nd ch from hook in error) skip 1 ch and hdc in next 10 chs 3 hdc in next ch hdc in next 10 chs skip 1 ch and hdc in next 11 ch 3 hdc in in next ch 10 hdc in next 10 chs, skip 1 ch, 1 hdc in last ch, ch 1 then turn hdc in next ch skip 1 st and hdc in next 10 sts 3 hdc in next st 10 hdc in next 10 st skip 2 st skip 1 st 1 hdc in last st, ch 1 turn

Tapestry Crochet - Harlequin Pattern Tutorial Hello! So today I thought I'd chat a bit about the very cool crochet technique called tapestry crochet. Tapestry crochet allows you to create a piece of crochet that plays with colour changes and flat patterns. You use two coloured pieces of yarn and crochet over the colour not in use, so you can alternate between two colour as the pattern requires. That is pretty much it in a nut shell, so if you know how to crochet, draw up a pattern on graph paper and give it a try! Tapestry crochet creates a nice thick fabric, and you can be very creative with the patterns. A few people asked for a pattern, so if you want a bit more detail, I have done a little tutorial and step by step guide, I hope it doesn't get too confusing. So this is how I made my basic harlequin pattern: Firstly, I used graph paper to draw up my pattern, as you can see it's very simple! Each square represents 1 sc stitch. I am doing 3 repeats, so the first row of my pattern is 6, 1, 13, 1, 13, 1, 6 = 41 chains to start. xxxxxx

LITTLE DARLING WINTER HAT The hat is a very simple pattern with the bobble stitch that I created. The pattern I have written is below and fits for a child size to small adult. HAT PATTERN H hook worsted weight yarn PUFF STITCH This puff stitch is done with 3 dc Start with a magic circle Rnd 1- 10 dc in the magic ring, join with a slip stitch to first dc. (10) Rnd 2 - Chain 1, 2 dc in each dc around. join with a slip stitch to first dc(20 dc) Rnd 3 - Chain 1, 2 dc in same as joining, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next dc, repeat to end, join with a slip stitch to first dc (30) Rnd 4 - Chain 1, 2 dc in same as joining, dc in next 2 dc, 2 dc in next dc, repeat to end, join with a slip stitch to first dc (40) Rnd 5 - Chain 1, 2 dc in same as joining, dc in next 3 dc, 2 dc in next dc, repeat to end,join with a slip stitch to first dc (50) Rnd 6 - Chain 1, 2 dc in same as joining, dc in next 4 dc, 2 dc in next dc, repeat to end,join with a slip stitch to first dc (60) Rnd 8 & 9 - Chain 1, dc in each dc around. (70) Finish off.

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