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Crochet LEGO Blanket Tutorial. Mochimochi Land « Let's make happy. Editorial win 05. IMPORTANT NOTE: Turn work at the end of each row throughout pattern, unless instructed otherwise.

editorial win 05

Base Triangles: Using MC, CO 20 sts. Row 1 [RS]: K2. Row 2 [WS]: Sl 1, p1. Row 3 [RS]: K3. Row 4 [WS]: Sl 1, p2. Next Row [RS]: K10. Left Edge Triangle: Row 1 [WS]: Using CC1, pfb, p2tog. Center Square: Pick up and p 10 sts along edge of square adjacent to right needle. Next Row [RS]: K10. Right Edge Triangle: Pick up and p 9 sts along edge of square adjacent to right needle. First Square: With RS facing and using MC, k1, pick up and k 9 sts along edge of Right Edge Triangle; k 1 st from left needle, and pass last picked-up st over this st.

*Next Row [WS]: P10. Second Square: Pick up and k 10 sts along edge of Center Square; k 1 st from left needle, and pass last picked-up st over this st. Repeat Section 2 and Section 3 until work measures 63 inches, ending with Section 2. Purple squares and triangles are added randomly. Row 1 [WS]: P10. Work a second triangle in the same way. Fish Hat - Winter 2008. Using desired color for fish lips, CO 90 sts onto double-point needles.

Fish Hat - Winter 2008

Divide sts between needles and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Once first few rounds have been worked, place safety pin or split ring marker in work to indicate beginning of round. Work in stockinette st until work measures 1.5 inches. Break color used for lips and join desired color for head. Shape Mouth: Mouth is shaped using short rows. Shape Body: Continue as follows, changing colors as desired. Work 4.75 inches in stockinette st. Tail: K 3 rounds. Row 1 [RS]: [K1, kfb] 5 times, k1. 16 sts. Replace held sts on needle and rejoin yarn with RS facing.

Dorsal Fin: Lay hat flat, so that longest parts of short-rowed fish mouth are at center, and shortest parts are at side folds. The London Beanie. Half-Assed Patterns » Brainmonster. Brainmonster Brainmonster is, quite clearly, a brain-eating monster masquerading as a hat.

Half-Assed Patterns » Brainmonster

It’s based on a hat that I saw on a LiveJournal knitting community, so I take no credit for the (awesome!) Idea of a monster hat. There was no pattern offered for the hat I saw, so I improvised my own pattern and now I’m sharing it, because the world needs more head-eating monsters. This pattern is about “advanced beginner” level. See all my blog entries about this pattern. Find this pattern on Ravelry. Materials: · KnitPicks Wool of the Andes (100% wool, 110 yards per 50g skein), 1 skein; shown in Amber Heather · Patons Classic Wool (100% wool, 110 yards per 50g skein), 1 skein; shown in Winter White · US 7 40″ circular needle · 2 large googly eyes (I used 40 mm eyes) · 2 plain buttons with loop backing · glue · stitch marker · tapestry needle · demented sense of humour Gauge: 20 sts/24 rows = 4″ in stockinette.

Pattern Notes: Sizing: Brainmonster will fit a small adult head or a large child head. Browse patterns for knit and crochet.