I started this scarf at 30,000 feet on my flight to Las Vegas for Christmas. These are done in Lion Brand Amazing yarn in the Pink Sands Colorway.
The infinity scarf is done in a pattern I came up with myself.
It is done with about 280 yards of worsted weight yarn, and an I hook
Foundation: Chain 24
Row 1: Starting in the third chain from the hook half double crochet (HDC) in each chain stitch (22 half double crochets) chain 3 and turn.
Row 2: Skip the first stitch and HDC in the second stitch from the previous row. *Chain 1, skip one stitch, HDC in the next stitch* repeat to the end of the row. You will have created 11 squares in the row. Chain 2 and turn. (you will have 22 stitches)
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until your scarf has reached the length you want it. I usually make mine around 58 inches (but I like mine tighter and they do end up stretching). End on row 2.
To attach fold the scarf in half, making sure the scarf does not twist and attach the ends together with a slip stitch.
If you have any questions about this pattern ask away. This is the first time I have put a pattern together so I hope it is straight forward enough. If you make this pattern please link back to this blog, you may not post any of this either in part or in whole as your own. You may sell items made from this pattern, but you may not sell the pattern.
The wrist warmers were found on Ravelry, and it is a FREE Pattern! The pattern is really easy to follow and I was able to complete both in an evening.
Here is the link:
Happy Hooking All!
For those who had some Halloween fun last night I hope you are recovering well :). I myself had some fun but it involved playing WiiU with some of our wonderful friends… But today I craft! Hats!
For some reason I always come back to hats, I love them. I know exactly what to expect and people seem to enjoy receiving them. I think the inspiration came from the weather this morning, it is particularly cold. Making a hat seems to take the crisp out of the air a bit.
I found a great FREE pattern on Ravelry this morning that looks super easy and I think will turn our really nicely (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/teen-adult-ribbed-cap/slideshow?fullscreen=1&start=4782422). I could not get a photo of the hat to load, so I will post my own picture when I finish.
I have also been working on writing my first pattern, I hope to post it soon. It is a headband I have made several times, but I am just not sure where to start when writing a pattern. Any advice would be appreciated!
Hope everyone else has a Sunday Funday 🙂
Last night I stitched up this little beauty. I love the way it turned out (though it does look a little shell shocked). I found the FREE pattern on Ravelry (you can click on the picture to get to the pattern). The pattern was super easy to follow and I was able to create it in a little over two hours. The thing I am most happy about with this pattern is I was able to use yarn scraps. I like patterns I can do that with because I have tons of scraps. I plan on making another one tonight (pictures to follow… of course) 🙂
So for the past several weeks I have been hookin’ together pumpkins in all shapes and styles, and yesterday was no different. This little guy is a free pattern from Ravelry, you can click on the photo for a link. This one is done in Vanna’s Choice in Terracotta and Vanna’s Choice in Olive.
As for my WIP It Good page, an update for that will have to wait till next week, as I am having far too much fun working on my pumpkin patch to pull myself away to work on those items… 🙂 I promise I will do better next week!
The only adjustment I made was on the stem. I did several rounds of single crochets (6 per round as the pattern states). On the last round I did 2 single crochets in each single crochet from the previous round making 12 sc. I found that this not only gave the stem a tapered look, but also made it easier to stitch it onto the pumpkin. I also added the little curl. To create the curl I made a chain of 11. In the second chain from the hook I made 3 hdc, I continued that down the length of the chain.
For a peak at my other pumpkins visit:
I hope everyone is having a great day!
So after several long work and study days I was able to pick up my Crochet hook. I have a friend’s birthday this week and also had a couple stuffed pumpkin patterns I wanted to try.
I started the day with an earflap beanie I found on Ravelry:
The FREE pattern can be found here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/simple-earflap-hat
I made this for a friend who is having a birthday this week, he likes the Denver Broncos so I used Vanna’s Choice Terracotta and Red Heart Navy. I did make a few alteration to the pattern. I shortened the hat by a round and instead did the contrasting trim on the edge. I also added the orange and navy pompom on the top.
I also had a small casualty from the experience. When I was making the pompom I broke my yarn needle! My last yarn needle! So today I will have to make a trip to the mall to pick up a new one.
After the pumpkin hat from last week (https://naughtyknots.wordpress.com/2013/10/09/the-finished-pumpkin-hat/) I have gone a little pumpkin crazy. So last night I also attempted a stuffed pumpkin (which was much more difficult than it should have been as I did not have a yarn needle) that was a very similar pattern to the hat I made.
I used another FREE pattern I found on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/easy-pumpkin-crochet-tutorial—follow-along-with-written-pattern
I used Vanna’s Choice in Terracotta and Olive. I really liked the way this one turned out. It is so little and super cute right? I want to try making some different sized pumpkins with this pattern.
I put the pencil in the photo for scale… Then someone decided to photo bomb my pumpkin picture! 🙂
I am trying another pumpkin pattern out to see which one I like better, but without a yarn needle it is in limbo… hopefully I will be able to finish it tonight and post a picture tomorrow.
I hope everyone is having a fabulous Monday!
Sunday Funday! 10/13/2013
Sunday Funday! I have found a lot of joy in picking projects to work on on Sundays that I can finish in a day, it makes me feel successful 🙂 After several BUSY days (and nights) at work and no time to pick up a hook I need to create something. So here is what I am attempting today… (and yes it is FREE!)
I am going to be skipping the stripes, and making it all orange with a blue and orange pompom and navy blue trim.
What weekend projects is everyone working on? Any one with FREE patterns to share?
I made this pumpkin hat for the daughter of a friend yesterday. Super cute right? The pattern is free and I found it on Ravelry, clicking on the picture will take you to the blog where the pattern is. This pattern was super easy to complete, I used Vanna’s Choice in Terracotta and Olive. The only change I made was putting two vines on the hat, and I made them shorter than the pattern called for. The longer one I started with a chain of 17 and the shorter on I started with a chain of 12.
Later today I will update my W.I.P. It Good Page… What is every one whipping up this fine Wednesday? Comment below!
Naughty Knots has been given an Halloween makeover! 🙂
I think I am gonna tackle this little cutie for a friend’s daughter today :). This is a free pattern from Ravelry…
What crafty crafts is everyone working on for Halloween? Leave a comment below and if possible share a link!
I had a lovely day of crochet yesterday. The hat requested by my husband has been finished! I used the Cascade 220 yarn I purchased and showed off yesterday. I could not have been happier with the results and how easy it was to work with. I may have a new yarn addiction! The accent color is Lion Brand Wool-Ease, Worsted Weight, in Mushroom (it was leftover from my Blue Ribbon winning creation).
The pattern is a FREE pattern from Ravelry.com and was written by Liz McQueen, click on the picture for a link to the pattern. As it lies flat it looks rumpled however it smooths out and fits well when he tried it on. I did some adaptations to the pattern, I repeated rows 14, 15, and 10 one more time each (in that order) to make it longer.
I also created a ribbed edging (my husband prefers this because his hats stay on better) by doing the following :
– Round 1: Single crochet in the accent color join in the first sc (66 sc)
– Round 2: Chain 1, hdc in each single crochet, ending with hdc2tog in the last 2 sc join in chain (65 hdc)
– Round 3: Chain 1, alternate fphdc bphdc around the brim join in chain 1
– Round 4: repeat round 3
Fasten off and weave in ends.
I hope you enjoy this FREE pattern as much as I did! Thanks again for the beautiful pattern Liz!