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Leo Scarf: Worsted Weight ~ Free Crochet Pattern

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Leo Scarf ~ Worsted Weight
Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

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This double strand, double crochet scarf can be worked vertically or horizontally. The Leo scarf is so easy, quick, and fun. If you can chain and double crochet, you can make Leo! It is quite simple to adjust the size of this scarf, or just use the sizes given in the pattern that will fit a child on up to an adult, male or female. You can even add fringe or pom poms on the ends for even more fun! You can also find a pattern for this scarf made with 2 strands of chunky yarn, here. Make a matched set with the Eli hat or make a coordinating cowl for a friend with the Ali cowl.

Sizes:
Small (Medium, Large, XL)
Measurements: 4 x 40 (6 x 50, 8 x 60, 10 x 70)

Yarn:
Worsted weight yarn in two solid colors, or one solid and one variegated, such as Red Heart Super Saver or Red Heart with Love
68 (128, 203, 297) yards of each color, 62 (117, 186, 272) grams of each color

Supplies:
US 13/N/9.00 mm crochet hook
Yarn needle

Gauge:
Holding 2 strands of yarn together and working them as one: 8 stitches and 5 rows in dc make a 4” square.

Stitches and Skills used:
Ch ~ chain
dc ~ double crochet
sl st ~ slip stitch
St(s) ~ stitch(es)
Beg ~ beginning
Rep ~ repeat

Getting Started:
Hold 2 strands of yarn together and work as one for entire pattern.
There are notes in the pattern to change the size as you desire.

Vertical scarf:

Row 1: Ch 10 (14, 18, 22), dc in 4th ch from hook dc in each remaining st across. (7 (11, 15, 19) dc)
To change the width of the scarf, multiply the width you want by 2, than add 2. For example if you want your scarf to be 14 inches then 14 x 2 = 28 + 2= 30, so you would start with 30 chains.

Row 2: Turn, ch 3 (counts as first dc) dc in each remaining st around. (8 (12, 16, 20) dc).

Rep row 2: until scarf is 40 (50, 60, 70) inches long, or desired length. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Horizontal scarf:

Row 1: Ch 82 (102, 122, 142), dc in 4th ch from hook dc in each remaining st across. (79 (99, 119, 139) dc)
Change the length of the scarf in the same manner as described above for changing the width of the vertical scarf.

Row 2: Turn, ch 3 (counts as first dc) dc in each remaining st around. (80 (100, 120, 140) dc).

Rep row 2: until scarf is 4 (6, 8, 10) inches wide, or desired width. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Ali Mobius Cowl: Chunky Weight ~ Free Crochet Pattern

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2 skeins Lion Brand Homespun, 28″ around

Ali Mobius Cowl ~ Chunky Weight
Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

With so many ways to wear the Ali Mobius Cowl, it will become a staple in your winter wardrobe in no time! This cowl is so easy, quick, and fun. If you can chain and double crochet, you can make Ali! Ali is simply a double crochet twisted tube made with 2 strands of chunky weight yarn held together. You can also find a pattern for this cowl made with 2 strands of worsted yarn, here. Make a matched set with the Eli hat or make a coordinating scarf for a friend with the Leo scarf.

Sizes:
Sizes are listed as the finished circumference. To decide which size you want, loop a measuring tape to the circumference size and see which one is the length you like. To make the cowl even longer, just add 7 more chs to the starting chain for every 4 inches.
Finished circumference 28 (32, 36, 40, 44, 48)

Yarn:
Chunky weight yarn in two solid colors, or one solid and one variegated, such as Loops and Thread Charisma. Amounts will vary depending on the measurements you choose. You can use the yarn info on each photo to estimate what you may need.

Supplies:
US 13/N/9.00 mm crochet hook
Yarn needle

Gauge:
Holding 2 strands of yarn together and working them as one: 7 stitches and 4 rows in dc make a 4” square.

Stitches and Skills used:
Ch ~ chain
dc ~ double crochet
sl st ~ slip stitc
St(s) ~ stitch(es)
Beg ~ beginning
Rep ~ repeat

Notes:
To make the cowl to any length you want, make the starting chain until your desired length, then add 3 more chains and continue with round 1. Once you have completed round 1, wrap it how you desire (such as around your shoulders, or over your head and around your neck) this will show you if you need to adjust the length of the first round by going back to the chains and adding or subtracting chains to lengthen or shorten the cowl.

Getting Started:
Hold 2 strands of yarn together and work as one for entire pattern.

Cowl:

Rnd 1: Ch 51 (58, 65, 72, 79, 86), loosely (if the chain is not loose, it will pull the cowl tighter in the middle) dc in 4th ch from hook (the last 3 ch count as the first dc), dc in each remaining st across, * fold the strip into a loop, placing ends next to each other and being careful not to twist.

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Flip the end without the hook down (see picture), dc in the bottom of the ch 3, dc in the bottom of each remaining st around, sl st to the top of the beg ch 3. At the end of this rnd the piece will appear to be 2 rnds tall. (98 (112, 126, 140, 154, 168) dc).

Ali-Mobius-Cowl-Free-Crochet-Pattern-Finishing-Round-1

*option, rather than making a chain and then working dc into the chains, you can make a row of 49 (56, 63, 70, 77, 84) foundation dc and then continue at the * in rnd 1.

Rnd 2: Do NOT turn, ch 3 (counts as first dc) dc in each remaining st around, sl st to the top of the beg ch 3, due to the twist, this round will wrap all the way around the top and bottom of the cowl. (98 (112, 126, 140, 154, 168) dc). At this point the cowl will appear to be 4 rows tall.

Rep rnd 2: until cowl is desired width. Use the yarn end at the beginning of the cowl to close the small hole in the middle from where the first round was joined. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Ali Mobius Cowl: Worsted Weight ~ Free Crochet Pattern

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Ali Mobius Cowl ~ Worsted Weight
Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

Ali-Mobius-Cowl-Free-Crochet-Pattern-Red-Heart-Super-Saver
Red Heart Super Saver, one skein each of Cherry Red and Negro, 36″ around

With so many ways to wear the Ali Mobius Cowl, it will become a staple in your winter wardrobe in no time! This cowl is so easy, quick, and fun. If you can chain and double crochet, you can make Ali! Ali is simply a double crochet twisted tube made with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn held together. You can also find a pattern for this cowl made with 2 strands of chunky yarn, here. Make a matched set with the Eli hat or make a coordinating scarf for a friend with the Leo scarf.

Ali-Mobius-Cowl-Free-Crochet-Pattern-Berroco-Vintage-Chunky
Berroco Vintage Chunky, 2 skeins, 44″ around

Sizes:
Sizes are listed as the finished circumference. To decide which size you want, loop a measuring tape to the circumference size and see which one is the length you like. To make the cowl even longer, just add 8 more chs to the starting chain for every 4 inches.
Finished circumference 28 (32, 36, 40, 44, 48) inches.

Yarn:
Worsted weight yarn in two solid colors, or one solid and one variegated. Amounts will vary depending on the measurements you choose. You can use the yarn info on each photo to estimate what you may need. This pattern works best with a thicker worsted weight yarn, such as Red Heart Super Saver or Red Heart with Love, or even a thin bulky weight such as Berroco Vintage Chunky.

Supplies:
US 13/N/9.00 mm crochet hook
Yarn needle

Gauge:
Holding 2 strands of yarn together and working them as one: 8 stitches and 5 rows in dc make a 4” square.

Stitches and Skills used:
Ch ~ chain
dc ~ double crochet
sl st ~ slip stitch
St(s) ~ stitch(es)
Beg ~ beginning
Rep ~ repeat

Notes:
To make the cowl to any length you want, make the starting chain until your desired length, then add 2 more chains and continue with round 1. Once you have completed round 1, wrap it how you desire (such as around your shoulders, or over your head and around your neck) this will show you if you need to adjust the length of the first round by going back to the chains and adding or subtracting chains to lengthen or shorten the cowl.

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2 skeins Berroco Vintage chunky, 32″ around

Getting Started:
Hold 2 strands of yarn together and work as one for entire pattern.

Cowl:

Rnd 1: Ch 58 (66, 74, 82, 90, 98), loosely (if the chain is not loose, it will pull the cowl tighter in the middle) dc in 4th ch from hook (the last 3 ch count as the first dc), dc in each remaining st across, * fold the strip into a loop, placing ends next to each other and being careful not to twist.

Ali-Mobius-Cowl-Free-Crochet-Pattern-Making-Twist

Flip the end without the hook down (see picture), dc in the bottom of the ch 3, dc in the bottom of each remaining st around, sl st to the top of the beg ch 3. At the end of this rnd the piece will appear to be 2 rnds tall. (112 (128, 144, 160, 176, 192) dc).

Ali-Mobius-Cowl-Free-Crochet-Pattern-Finishing-Round-1

*option, rather than making a chain and then working dc into the chains, you can make a row of 56 (64, 72, 80, 88, 96foundation dc and then continue at the * in rnd 1.

Rnd 2: Do NOT turn, ch 3 (counts as first dc) dc in each remaining st around, sl st to the top of the beg ch 3, due to the twist, this round will wrap all the way around the top and bottom of the cowl. (112 (128, 144, 160, 176, 192) dc). At this point the cowl will appear to be 4 rows tall.

Rep rnd 2: until cowl is desired width. Use the yarn end at the beginning of the cowl to close the small hole in the middle from where the first round was joined. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Optional: Try adding a button  to create even more looks. Just use the space between any two stitches as the button holes!

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2 skeins Red Heart With Love, 48″ around

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Liz ~ A free super bulky crochet hat pattern!

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Liz
a super warm festive hat pattern
Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

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Made of super bulky yarn and granny inspired, this hat works up quite quickly. It is great for last minute holiday gifts, or winter birthdays. Weave in some extra yarn or ribbon for a decorative band, or just leave it as is.

Sizes:
Child, Adult

Yarn:
Super Bulky ~ samples are made with Red Heart Vivid, one skein each (I used the left over from the child size hats to make the stripes in the adult size hat)

Hook:
US N (10mm), or whatever size gets the correct gauge

Gauge:
5 sts and 3 rows of dc in a 4” square

Stitches and Skills used:
Ch ~ chain
Hdc ~ half double crochet
dc ~ double crochet
Sl st ~ slip stitch
Rnd ~ round
St(s) ~ stitch(es)
Sk ~ skip
Beg ~ beginning
Rep ~ repeat

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Round 1 (count will vary by size)

Child Size:
Ch 3, sl st into first ch to form a loop, or make a magic loop
Rnd 1: ch2 (counts as first hdc) 9 hdc in loop, sl st into top of beg ch2 (10 hdc)

Adult Size:
Ch 3, sl st into first ch to form a loop, or make a magic loop
Rnd 1: ch3 (counts as first dc) 10dc in loop, sl st into top of beg ch3 (11 dc)

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Round 2 (count will vary by size)

Child Size:
Rnd 2: ch4 (counts as first dc and ch 1), (dc in next st, ch1) 9 times, sl st into 3rd ch of beg ch 4 (10dc)

Adult Size:
Rnd 2: ch4 (counts as first dc and ch 1), (dc in next st, ch1) 10 times, sl st into 3rd ch of beg ch 4 (11dc)

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Round 3 (count will vary by size)

Child Size:
Rnd 3, 4, 5: sl st into ch sp, ch3 (counts as first dc), dc in same sp, ch1 (2dc in next ch sp, ch1) 9 times, sl st into top of beg ch3 (10 sets of 2dc)

Child Size:
Rnd 6: ch3 (counts as first dc), (dc in ch sp, dc in each of next 2 sts), 9 times, dc in ch sp, dc in next st, sl st into top of beg ch3 (30dc)
Clip yarn and weave in ends.

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Round 3

Adult Size:
Rnd 3: sl st into ch sp, ch3 (counts as first dc), dc in same sp, ch1 (2dc in next ch sp, ch1) 10 times, sl st into top of beg ch3 (11 sets of 2dc)

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Round 4 Adult Size

Adult Size:
Rnd 4: sl st into ch sp, ch3 (counts as first dc), 2dc in same sp, (3dc in next ch sp) 10 times, sl st into top of beg ch3 (11 sets of 3dc)

Rnd 5: sl st into next st, sl st into sp between next 2 sts (see photo), ch3 (counts as first dc), 2dc in same sp, ch1 (3dc in next sp between 3dc clusters) 10 times, sl st into top of beg ch3 (11 sets of 3dc)

Rnd 6, 7: try making these two rows in another color for a decorative look ch1 (counts as first sc), sc in each st around, sl st into top of beg ch1 (33sc)

Rnd 8: ch2 (counts as first hdc), hdc in each st around, sl st into top of beg ch2 (33sc)
Clip yarn and weave in ends.

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Wear and enjoy, or give and make someone smile!

Would you like to know about the scarves as well?

They are made from Premier Lash Max. They are knitted. I used size 15 needles (35mm).

Just cast on 7 and knit away!

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I started with my scarf. I wrapped the blue yarn around one needle 10 times, then measured out 6 times that amount (ok, you can just wrap it around the needle 60 times) then cut that amount off for the end of the scarf. Next I took the rest of the yarn and cast on 7. I knit 4 rows, then switched to green and knit 4 rows. Next I switch to pink and knit 4 rows. Then back to the blue, and knit until the skein was gone. I then knit 4 rows of green, then 4 rows of pink, and then I tied on the blue yarn I had set aside at the beginning and knit 4 more rows. Then just bind off and weave in ends!

Vada's-Liz-Hat-Free-Crochet-Hat-Pattern

For the girls’ scarves, I cast on 7, knit until there was about a yard of yarn left, then I bound off and wove in the ends.

I knit the scarves because knitting takes less yarn and I only had one skein of each color. You can crochet scarves with this yarn, but you may need 2 skeins for each scarf, or you will just have short scarves.

Now the girls and I have matching hats and scarves, and I will be able to find them in a crowd of kiddies with no problem this winter!

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Free Crochet Pattern ~ Spiral Net Ruffle Scarf

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This boa~type scarf is crocheted in the round creating a great spiraling ruffle. With some practice it works up in under an hour. It makes a fun gift and is great for craft sales!

Yarn: use any net yarn ~ one full skein

Hook: 4.00mm (or whatever size is comfortable for you, as it does not affect gauge)

Gauge: there is none, net yarn creates its own gauge

Notions: sewing needle and thread to finish ends

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For those of you who like video patterns, here you are:

For those of you who prefer written patterns:

To start off, take a look at the yarn. The top section of yarn is net. The size of the net may vary from brand to brand, but it is still net. There is a small, sometimes decorative, boarder along the bottom of the yarn. For this pattern, we will be working in just the very top holes of the net. You will be working with every other top loop throughout pattern.

Net-Yarn-Parts

First, tie and overhand knot at the beginning of the yarn. Insert your hook into the top loop closest to the knot.

*Skip one loop, pick up next loop, and pull through, creating a chain, rep from *5 more times.

Starting-Chain

Not counting the loop on your hook, there will be 6 chains. Fold work away from you, creating a circle, and insert hook into the back of the first ch, skip a loop and pick up the next loop, pull through all loops on hook (sl st made). *Sl st into back of next st, remembering to skip a loop each time. Rep from * until only a few inches remain. Every once and a while, check to be sure there are still 6 stitches in your circle (not counting the one on your hook.) Pull last few inches of yarn through last loop on hook. Tie a knot.

Slip-Stitch-into-back-loop

Clip each end to about an inch after the knot. Use needle and thread to sew down the last stitch of the scarf so that it does not unravel.

Give, sell, or wear and enjoy!

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WiP Wednesday 3/6/13

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I can’t believe it’s Wednesday already. It seems like I just can’t fit enough into the days! Well, here we have a bit of my Wips, and some finished objects as well.

More-Ruffle-Scarves

I have made a few more ruffle scarves for street fair season.

Max-Hats-for-Damian

I have been working on red and black Max hats for my friend who wants to put them in his dojo gift shop.

More-Spa-Sets!

Lots of spa sets being made. I plan on releasing the last pattern tomorrow or the next day.

Working on Spa Sets

A few days after that I should put up a post with links to all of the spa set patterns.

Hanging-Bath-Poufs

I have been having fun hanging the bath poufs everywhere!

To-Go-Cup-Cozy

I am thinking of making a bunch of these to go cup cozies for street fair sales.

Working-on-left-sleeve-of-Kat-Coat

I have finally finished the sleeves and collar on my Kat coat.

Top-Half-of-Kat-Coat-without-Hood

Now it just needs a zipper, and a hood, and a skirt, and a belt, and some pockets. But it’s getting there!

Plastic-Lizard

Vada seems to have acquired this little plastic lizard, I think it was in a goodie bag from a classmate’s birthday. Vada says she keeps it to look at when she wants to remember Princess. Did I tell you Princess died a few weeks ago? She had a long life for a little lizard. The girls handled it very well.

Very-Cool

I will leave you with this cool picture. I believe it is actually fabric covering this chair and ottoman, but it sure is cool and yarnie~looking!

Well, I should get this posted before it isn’t Wednesday anymore!

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WiP Wednesday ~ 2/27/13

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Well, it’s Wednesday again. That means it’s time for me to share what I have been up to for the past week. As the girl’s vacation wrapped up, Doug and I made a cover for the radiator in the back corner of the playroom. I wanted them to be able to sit and read and have a place to lean against.

Girl's-Radiator-Cover

We made the cover out of scraps of lumber found in our garage. It’s not the prettiest thing in the world, but it works. The girls were very happy to have a little reading nook.

Girl's-Reading-Nook

Sunday was an InsaniTea day! I wasn’t sure if I was going to make more rainbow bracelets, or if I was going to work on the never ending  K1P1 scarf.

InsaniTea-Yarn-Day

The scarf won out. Knit one. Purl one. Knit one. Purl one. I was actually quite happy when a friend I hadn’t seen in several months showed up! It was so nice to catch up.

Knitting-at-InsaniTea

I have been working on the adult version of the Kat coat. Here it is ready for sleeves. And a collar. And a hood. And a skirt. And maybe a pocket or two. Oh, and a belt and zipper. OK, so it’s only just started…

Adult-Kat-Ready-for-Sleeves

The pattern includes a variety of sleeve options. Fitted, straight, flared, belled, reg length, mitt length… Mine has a straight sleeve, mitt length, with a thumb hole.

Adult-Kat-Sleeve

Progress is being made! I hope to have the other sleeve and maybe the collar by the next WiP Wednesday.

Adult-Kat-with-One-Sleeve

Yesterday I had to go to the laundry mat. We are hoping to have our new (to us) machine here in a week or two. I’ll be glad to be washing laundry at home again. While at the laundry mat, I worked on another sample for my next skirt pattern.

Knitting-at-the-Laundry-Mat

I have been working on the head forms I told you about. I now have 3 infant size forms. They are all about 15″ around. I ended up using a 4.5mm hook to get the 15 1/2″ I wanted for my fitting form. I will use the front one here for fitting patterns and photos, and use the other two for displaying hats at InsaniTea and craft /street fairs.

3-Infant-Size-Head-Forms

Today I have been working on my Spa sets. Here are a few bath poufs, and mitts. I should be posting the pattern for the mitt in the next day or two.

Spa-Sets-in-Progress

I have also been making a few ruffle scarves. I made some with this pattern, and I made some just by single crochet 4, ch1, turn repeat.

Ruffle-Scarves-for-Street-Fairs

I should get back to spa sets. Have a nice evening!

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