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This week’s Round Up is in honor of the latest Craft Hope project. You can find all the details here. Some of the needed donations are knit or crochet hats, scarves, and mittens for kids, so that is what I have to share with you!!
The above photo is full of crochet patterns and the links are below. Underneath the crochet links you will find another photo full of knit patterns and the links for those below that photo. Now go forth and craft some hope!!
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Scrappy Scoodie ~ Crochet Version Designed by Jessie Rayot
Last week I made some yarn from left over bits of yarn I had, and it was screaming “scoodie!!” to me. So here is my fabulously fun scrappy scoodie pattern for you. 🙂
2) Twisted Cable Scarf and Headband designed by Kim Guzman
3) Spring lacy hat for little girls designed by My Hobby is Crochet
This is a crochet hat with a nice lacy shell pattern and no visible seams! Perfect for spring and fall!
4) Eternal Love Hugs & Kisses Infinity Scarf by The Crochet Lounge
After creating the infinity scarf MCAL, I doubled back to make the Eternal Love Headband free crochet pattern in my size and made it with matching border color to my scarf. I simply LOVE it, and now my Music child also wants a set 🙂
5) Diagonal Steps Scarf designed by Kim Guzman
6) Crochet Infinity Scarf Doris designed by My Hobby is Crochet
This infinity scarf worked in rounds it’s very easy and fast to make!
7) Crochet Hat Swirling Ribs designed by My Hobby is Crochet
This is a chunky, warm hat, perfect for winter! It is very stretchy, that’s why can fit a 6 year old child, but also an adult woman!
8) Butterfly Kisses designed by from Grammies Heart with Love
Butterfly Kisses; captures the beauty of summer. A sweet little butterfly flutters over a lovely flower full of nectar! This little butterfly looks quite content perched atop the adorable pink flower. What little lady wouldn’t enjoy wearing such a sweet yet spunky hat!?
9) Raised Stripes Hat & Scarf Designed by Jessie Rayot
Create one or both pieces of this fun hat and scarf set!
10) Eli Hat ~ Chunky or Worsted Weight Designed by Jessie Rayot
You can make a set with this hat and the matching Leo scarf which is also available in chunky or worsted weight. OR you can make the Ali cowl in chunky or worsted weight. So many options!!
11) Mrs. Murdock’s Mittens Designed by Brenda K. B. Anderson
My sister-in-law (who incidentally lives in Michigan, the nation’s high-five) asked me for a no-frills mitten pattern using worsted weight yarn. I wrote this one for her.
12) Crochet Scarf Valentine toddler- adult designed by My Hobby is Crochet
Use up your scrap yarns and make a pretty scarf for your toddler or for yourself!
1) Stone Creek Scarf Knit and Crochet designed by Kim Guzman
2) One Row Handspun Scarf Designed by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
This pattern is quick, easy, has only one row to learn, is reversible, looks good in any gauge, is easy to make wider or narrower (making it awesome for handspun) and looks (I believe) fabulous.
3) Lorraine Ear Warmers ~ Knit Version Designed by Jessie Rayot
Lorraine is a quick ear warmer pattern that buttons in the back. This is a great way to keep ears warm, without a lot of damage to styled hair.
4) Holloway Hat Designed by Jemma Helliker
A perfect introduction to cables, this quick knit is an adorable winter accessory for the small people in your life.
5) Bev’s Really Basic Stretchy Hat Designed by Beverly A. Qualheim
This hat can be made in many sizes, one to fit everyone you know! Easy to knit, and a great pattern for beginners as all you need to know is how to cast one, knit, purl, knitting stitches together, and casting off.
6) Chutes and Ladders Scarf Designed by Jessie Rayot
This scarf is a simple and fun way to show off your prettiest yarn. It is made in garter stitch, with some yarn overs added and then dropped to create a fun, off~kilter, look.
7) Basic Pattern for Children’s Mittens with 4 Needles Designed by Elizabeth Durand
Avid community knitter Elizabeth Durand generously offers the use of her 4-needle mitten pattern for the afghans for Afghans project and other charitable purposes.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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