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رد: طواقي كروشية خليجية.قبعات كروشية للحجاج.اشتغلي طاقية لجوزك واختاري ليها البترون
رد: طواقي كروشية خليجية.قبعات كروشية للحجاج.اشتغلي طاقية لجوزك واختاري ليها البترون
100 جرام من اللون الكريم الفاتح
50 جرام من البنى الغامق
المقاسات : ( L\XL(S\M
لضبط المقاس :
نعمل قطعه ستوكينيت ( سطر عدل وسطر مقلوب) 17 غرزه ×22 سطر = 10×10 سم بإبر مقاس 5
تنقيص الغرز المقلوبه (((بإنك تسلتى الغرزتين المقلوب للإبره اليمنى ثم
تنقلى واحده للإبره اليسرى بعد لويها <يعنى تدخلى الإبره اليسرى فيها
من الخلف >وبعدين تنقلى الغرزه التانيه بنفس الطريقه ثم نشتغلهم معا )))
نشتغل (96) 104غرزه على الإبره باللون البنى
ثم اشتغلى ( 2عدل و2مقلوب ) ويكرر لاخر السطرلمسافة 4 سطور
ثم ندخل اللون الكريمى الفاتح
ونشتغل 6 سطور (2عدل و2 مقلوب)
ثم سطرين باللون البنى
ثم نشتغل باللون الكريم الفاتح لاخر الايس كاب
عندما يصل الشغل لمقاس (15.5) 18.5سم ( ننقص كل 2مقلوب فى واحده ونترك 2
مقلوب من غير تنقيص) وهكذا يكررلاخر السطر فتكون الغرز=(84)91 غرزه
ونشتغل سطرين عادى من غير تنقيص فوق كل عدله نشتغل عدله وفوق كل مقلوبه نشتغل مقلوبه
ثم فى السطر التالى ننقص كل ( 2مقلوبه فى واحده) المتبقيه فتكون الغرز=(72)78 غرزه
ونشتغل سطرين عادى من غير تنقيص
ثم فىالسطر التالى ( ننقص كل 2عدله فى واحده ونترك 2 عدله من غير تنقيص ) وهكذا يكرر لاخر السطر
فتكون الغرز= (60)65 غرزه
ونشتغل سطرين عادى من غير تنقيص
ثم فىالسطر التالى ننقص كل (2عدله فى واحده) المتبقيه فتكون الغرز = (48) 52 غرزه
نشتغل سطرين عادى من غير تنقيص
والان نشتغل كل غرزتين عدل معا فوق كل الغرز فتكون الغرز=(24)26 غرزه
وبعدين نشتغل سطر كله عدل
وفى السطر التالى نشتغل كل غرزتين عدل معا فوق كل الغرز=(12)13 غرزه
نقطع الخيط وندخله بإبرة كنافاه داخل الغرز المتبقيه ونشد الخيط ونثبته ونقفل
رد: طواقي كروشية خليجية.قبعات كروشية للحجاج.اشتغلي طاقية لجوزك واختاري ليها البترون
project one: hackey sack (6-11-2)hook: size "2" / "C" / 2.75mmyarn: 6-strand embroidery floss, about 40m. various colors. (for example, 5 packs of 8m will be enough, but you'll need a couple more if you're using multiple colors)gauge: 1 stitch approximately 4mm-- just make sure small enough where beads wont fall outpattern: worked in a spiral--chain 3. single crochet 8 stitches into the first chain (total: 8 stitches)continue incrementing in the following manner: 1 > 8 > 16 > 24 > 32 > 40 > 48 > 53 > 57 > 60work 11-14 rows at an even 60 stitchesdecrease stitches reverse order as increased. before you totally close it up, don't forget to add beads!
project two: scarf (6-12-2)hook: size "10 1/2" / "K" / 6.5mmyarn: lion brand homespun, one skein (6 oz / 185 yd), color 336 barringtongauge: who knows; 1 skein = 1 scarfpattern: worked in rows, turning each rowchain 21.row 1: turn, chain 1 then 20 single crochetrow 2: turn, ch 2 then 20 double crochetrow 3: turn, ch 1 then 20 single crochetrow 4-15 repeat rows 2-3 (e.g. double crochet row occurs 7x, each bordered by sc row)row 16: turn, ch 3, skip a stitch, dc in next stitch, skip a stitch, dc in next stitch...rows 17-31: repeat rows 1-15row 32: repeat row 16repeat until you run out of yarn or have completed 6 "sections"then add fringe
project three: hat (6-13-2)useful resource: crocheting in rndshook: size "10 1/2" / "K" / 6.5mmyarn: lion brand homespun, less than 1/2 a skein, color 335 prariegauge: 54 stitch circumference = 20" circumference (you figure it out)pattern: double crochet roundsstart: chain 3. 9 double crochets in the first chain. slip stitch first and last dcs together to complete the roundrow 1: chain 2, 18 dcs (2 dc in each dc below). sl st last dc to beginning ch 2 to complete the roundrow 2: chain 2, 26 dcs (2 dc in first dc, 1 dc in next -> repeat. end w/ 2 dc in a stitch then sl st to begrow 3: ch 2, 34 dcs (2dc in first, 1 dc in next, 1 dc in next -> repeat. end w/ 2 dc; sl st to begrow 4: ch 2, 42 dcs (you get the picture)row 5: ch 2, 48 dcs (2dc in first, 1 dc each in next 6 -> repeat. end w/ single dc; sl st to begrow 6: ch 2, 51 dcs (2dc in first, 1 dc each in next 15 -> repeat. end w/ single dc; sl st to begrow 7: ch 2, 54 dcs (2dc in first, 1 dc each in next 16 -> repeat. end w/ dc; sl strow 8-11: ch 2, 54 dcs (1 dc in each stitch); sl strow 12: ch 2, 54 half double crochets (i guess you could do double crochets, if you want)row 13: chain stitch 54x (make sure to do this loosely enough. try on the hat-- if its too tight, so are your stitchesweave in ends invisibly -> hat is reversible.if you want a bigger hat, add more stitches (i suggest either 1 row of +6 or 2 rows of +3) (example: 9>18>26>34>42>48>54>57>60).obviously for a longer hat (covers ears or roll-up the brim) just add more even rowsif you want a less pointy hat, add 9-10 st each round instead of 8-9 (example: 10>20>29>38>47>53>56)
project four: hat (6-13-2)same as project three except:yarn: lion brand homespun, less than 1/2 a skein, color 341 windsor.
project five: scarf (6-14-2)needles: size "17"yarn: lion brand homespun, less than 2/3 a skein, color 341 windsor.(made from remainder of hat skein above. yes that's the same color. looks different in the piccures)gauge: so stretchy, it's hard to tellsize: varies... approximatley 6" x 60" but easily grows to 9" wide or 80" longpattern: seed stitch;cast on 13 stitchesrow 1: knit 1, purl 1, knit 1, purl 1, knit 1, purl 1, knit 1, purl 1, knit 1, purl 1, knit 1, purl 1, knit 1repeat row 1 till you run out of yarn or until scarf is desired size, bind off in pattern
project six: scarf (6-15-2)hook: size "10 1/2" / "J" / 6.5mmyarn: lion brand homespun, one skein, color 304 country (good ol' camera.. the scarf is homogenous dark green)pattern: worked in rows, turning each row. note that the beg. chain of a row counts as a stitchpattern row A: chain 2, turn, skip first spot and dc in next, dc each stitch across and one dc above chain from previous row (18 dc, counting the ch at beg of row)pattern row B: chain 4, turn, skip first spot and quadruple crochet in next stitch, quadruple crochet in each stitch across and one above chain from previous row (18 qc, counting the ch at beg of row)foundation: chain 19row 1: double crochet in 3rd chain from hook and dc in each chain across (18 dc, counting the chain at beginning of row)rows 2, 3, 4: pattern row Arow 5: pat row Brow 6,7,8: Arow 9: Brow 10,11: Arow 12: Brow 13: Arow 14: Brow 15,16: Arow 17: Brow 18,19,20: Arow 21: Brow 22,23,24,25: Arepeat rows 5 thru 25 until scarf is desired length. add fringe if desired.
project seven: checkered hat (6-16-2)hook: size "10 1/2" / "K" / 6.5mmyarn: lion brand homespun, less than 1/2 a skein, color 335 prariegauge: 4 checker "square" is 1.25" tall and 1.5" wide. (4 checkers = 2 yarn, 2 gap)size: 21" circumference, goes down halfway over earsstitch explanation: hat is made out of "checkers". there are two kinds of checker squares, yarn and gap. each yarned checker consists of 3 double crochets in the gap below. a gap is created by chaining 1. the sequence "3 double crochet in the gap below, chain 1" will be referred to as cs, checkerstitchpattern: hat is worked in rounds.chain 4row 1 [3 cs]: 3 double crochet in the slip-knot chain loop (very first loop on chain), chain 1, 3 more dc in sk chain loop, chain 1, 2 dc in chain loop. slip sitch to the chain 1 away from the first dc. (or, as will be written in future, row 1: 2 cs in slip-knot chain loop, 2dc in chain loop, slip stitch to beg of rnd w/ 1 ch space)row 2 [6 cs]: ch 3, 2 dc in gap below, ch 1, cs in same gap, 2 cs in next gap, 2 cs in next gap. sl st to beg of rndrow 3 [9 cs]: ch 4, cs in first gap, 2cs in next gap, cs in next gap, 2cs in next gap, cs in next gap, 1cs in next gap, 2dc in same gap, sl st to beg of rnd w/ 1 ch sprow 4 [12 cs]: ch 3, 2dc in gap bel, ch 1, (2cs next, cs next, cs next)*do twice, 2cs next, cs next, sl st to beg rnd w/ 1 ch spacerow 5 [14 cs]: ch 4, (cs next, cs next, 2cs next), (cs next)*do 5 times, 2cs next, cs next, cs next, 2dc next, sl st to beg of rndrow 6: ch 3, 2dc in gap below, 1 cs in next and each gap around, end with cs then sl st to beg of rnd w/ 1 ch sprow 7: ch 4, 1 cs in eahc gap around, end with 2dc in last gap then sl st to beg of rndrow 8: same as 6row 9: same as 7row 10: same as 6row 11: same as 7row 12: same as 6row 13 (final row): ch 2, one half double crochet in each of the two gaps between the (3 dc per checker) below, and two hdc in each gap. (the total ratio is 2hdc per checker, both for gap checkers and yarn checkers). total hdc = 4 * cs = 56 hdc. sl st to beg of rnd.weave in ends invisibly.
project eight: checkered scarf (6-17-2)
project nine: scarf (6-18-2)needles: "13" / 9mmyarn: lion brand homespun, one skein, color 314 renaissancegauge: 6 stitches = 2.5"; 8 rows = 2"size: 7" x 60" (stretches, varies)pattern: seed stitchcast on 19 stitchespattern row A: knit 1, (purl 1, knit 1)*do 9 timesworking back and forth, repeat pattern row A approximately 250 times (leave about 1-2m of yarn for bind off)bind off in pattern
project ten: scarf (6-19-2)
project eleven: "one skein scarf" (6-20-2)hook: size "P" / 11.5mmyarn: lion brand chenille thick & quick, one skein (100 yd) color 155 champagnepattern: "one skein scarf" on lionbrand.com
project twelve: "soft and fluffy Hat" (from Lion Brand Chenille Thick & Quick Prints label) (6-22-2)hook: size "P" / 11.5mmyarn: lion brand chenille thick & quick prints, one skein (75 yd) color 213 ruby printgauge: 3 sts = 2"pattern (from skein label):ch 4 and close into a ring with 1 sl st in first ch. work 6 sc in ring. place marker for beginning of roundrnd 1: 2 sc in each sc around (12 sc)rnd 2: *1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc; rep from * around (18 sc)rnd 3: *1 sc in each of next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc; rep from * around (24 sc)rnd 4: *2 sc in each of next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc; rep from * around (30 sc)rnd 5: *1 sc in each of next 5 sc, 2 sc in next sc; rep from * around (35 sc)work even in sc until 7" from center of crownbrim: next rnd: work in sc, inc 9 sc evenly spaced (44 sc).work even in sc for 2" morelast rnd: work in sc, dec 5 sc evenly spaced (39 sc). fasten off.note: hat is "one size fits all", very big.second note: i'd love to model the hat for y'all, but only females may wear it. trust me.
project fourteen: hat (6-25-2)hook: Kyarn: "regular" stuff. approximately 2 oz, maybe as much as 2.5 oz (definitely less than 1 3.5oz ball)pattern: worked in rounds at first, then in a spiral.except for first round, entire hat is worked with a stitch worked in back two loops of previous stitch.(creates ridges at each completed row)chain 4 and slip stitch to first chain to make a loop.row 1: chain 2, work 8 half-double crochet into ring. slip stitch last hdc to chain-2row 2: chain 2, work 2 hdc in each hdc (16 hdc). sl st last hdc to chain-2row 3: chain 2, work 1 hdc in first hdc, 2 hdc in next, repeat around (24 hdc). sl st last hdc to chain-2.row 4: chain 2, work 1 hdc in each of next 4 hdc, 2 hdc in next, repeat around (30 hdc).work 2 hdc in the chain 2 space-- hat will be worked in a spiral from now onrow 5: increase 6 hdc evenly spaced, going around the hat once (36 hdc)row 6: inc 6 hdc evenly spaced (42 hdc)row 7: inc 4 hdc evenly spaced (46 hdc)row 8: inc 4 hdc evenly spaced (50 hdc)row 9: inc 2 hdc evenly spaced (52 hdc)row 10: inc 2 hdc evenly spaced (54 hdc)row 11-24: work in even 54 hdc each round. to row 24 or until hat is desired size.finishing: work 5 hdcs then 5 scs then 5 chain stitches then bind off. hide ends
project fifteen: klein hat (6-26)hook: Kyarn: more regular stuff. purple and purple.pattern: didn't follow one. but roughly speaking:chain 60 and sl st to first chain to form a loop. this is the brim of the hat.work even in sc for maybe 4", then start decreasing to make the top of the hat.sometime along there, start working in turning rows instead of a spiral so that you get a narrow gap in the hat.continue working in spiral again, closing the top of the gap. work about 10-20 rows of about 12 stitches each.now start increasing stitches till you get back to 60. work even in 60 for 4".now pull the most recent part through the gap you made earlier and join its brim to the original brim.this creates a mathematical concept of a "klein bottle" -- a bottle with no inside or out.it has only one side (this is accomplished through self-intersection. notice the weird doodle at the top)i got the idea from Acme Klein Bottle.all in all it's a pretty nifty concept and a workable hat as well.
project sixteen: mohair scarf (7-3)hook: J / "10" / 6mmyarn: Bernat Mohair Plus, approximately 5.5 ozpattern: followed the "crazy stitch" pattern from crochet.about.com,6 "crazy ls" wide by approx. 88 rows long.size: approx. 7.5" x 64"the instructions given explain how to start the pattern, but not how to finish!so, here's how i finished:end row: chain 3, turn. 3 dcs in sc of previous row.(sc in next chain-3 space. another sc in same place. 2 dc in the sc from previous row) -> repeat all the way across,ending with 1 sc in turning chain of previous row.
project seventeen: ribbed brimmed hat (7-6)useful resource: crocheting in rndshook: P / 11.5mmyarn: chenille thick & quick, approximately 2/3rds of a skein (approx 70 yd)pattern: worked in rounds. please note: i suggest using the method for closing a round as used in the next hat.all stitches are worked through back two loops (for ribbing) except for first round and brimfpdc = front post double crochet - yarn over, insert hook front-to-back-to-front around post of desired stitch, yo-draw up a loop. yo draw loop through two loops on hook, yo draw loop through two loops on hook.dfpdc = double front post double crochet - yarn over, insert hook front-to-back-to-front starting going down on the right of the post of the desired stitch, and coming back up through the middle of the stitch. complete the dc (as in a fpdc). yarn over, insert hook front-to-back-to-front going first down through the middle of the stitch then coming back up on the left. complete the dc (as in fpdc). this puts two "post"-oriented dcs into one stitch.the chains at the beginning of each round count as a stitch. (for stitch count in parentheses)foundation: chain 4rnd 1 (10 dc): work 9 dc in 4th chain from hook, then slip stitch to beginning chain: NOT directly adjacent to the first "real" dc, instead it is the next chain over to the rightrnd 2 (20 dc): chain 3, work 2 dc in each dc below (2 x 9) and 1 dc in the "fake dc" chain. sl st to beg ch.rnd 3 (30 dc): ch 3, work 2 dc in first dc below, (work 1 dc in next stitch, work 2 dcs in next stitch)*do 9x. sl st to beg ch.rnd 4 (33 dc): ch 3, 1 dc each into next 4 stitches, (2 dc in next stitch, 1 dc each into next 9 stitches)*do 3x, 1 dc each in next 4 stitches. sl st to beg ch.rnd 5 (33 dc): ch 3, work 1 dc each in every stitch below. sl st to beg ch.rnd 6 (33 dc): ch 3, work 1 dc each in every stitch below. sl st to beg ch.rnd 7 (33 dc): ch 3, work 1 dc each in every stitch below. sl st to beg ch.rnd 8 (33 sc): ch 2, work 1 sc in every stitch below. sl st. to beg ch.brim (49 fpdc): ch 3, (work dfpdc in next stitch, work fpdc in next stitch)*do 15x, end by working a fpdc in last stitch and then a fpdc around the ch from row below, sl st to beg ch.bind off: hide ends. if the holes caused by the chain on each row are too large for your liking, weave in the endsof the yarn so that you pull the holes closed.
project eighteen: ribbed scarf (7-7)hook: P / 11.5mmyarn: chenille thick & quick, approx 1.3 skeins (one skein plus leftover from hat above)size: approx 7" x 66"pattern: similar to one skein scarf above, but longer.foundation: ch 91. sc in 2nd chain from hook and every chain across (90 sc)pattern row: ch 2, turn, regular sc in first stitch, sc through back loop only all the way across (88 sc tbl), regular sc in last stitch.repeat pattern row approx 9 times.end row: ch 1, turn, chain stitch (loosely) through back loop only each stitch across... regular sc in last stitch.
project nineteen: ribbed floppy-brimmed "gilligan" hat (7-8)useful resource: crocheting in rndshook: P / 11.5mmyarn: chenille thick & quick, approximately one [100 yd] skein. (1 skein will surely be enough)size: inside diameter: 7", outer (brim) diameter: 12" (one size fits most)pattern: worked in rounds. the chains at the beginning of each round count as a stitch, and the last stitch is slip-stitched to the top of these chains (next to the first stitch) to complete each round. seam is virtually indetectable.all stitches except for beginning round and first brim round are worked through back two loops of stitches.for explanation of fpdc and dfpdc see previous hat.beg. round (10 dc): chain 3. work 9 dcs in 3rd chain from hook. slip stitch to top of first stitch (slightly to the right of the top of this stitch)round 1 (20 dc): chain 3. work 2 dcs (through back two loops) in each stitch below. the first stitch is the same one that the slip stitch was made in, but since you are now going through the back two loops it is okay. end by working 1 dc in the same stitch that the beginning ch-3 came out of. slip stitch to first stitch.round 2 (30 dc): chain 3. work 2dcs in first stitch, (work 1 dc in next stitch, work 2 dcs in next stitch)*do 9x. sl st to 1st stitch.round 3 (33 dc): chain 3. work 1 dc each in next 4 stitches, (work 2 dc in next stitch, work 1 dc each in next 9 stitches)*do 2x, work 2 dc in next stitch, work 1 dc each in next 4 stitches. sl st to 1st st.round 4 (33 dc): chain 3. work 1 dc each in every stitch around. sl st to 1st st.round 5 (33 dc): chain 3. work 1 dc each in every stitch around. sl st to 1st st.round 6 (33 sc): chain 2. work 1 sc each in every stithc around. sl st to 1st st.round 7 (49 fpdc): chain 3. (work dfpdc in next stitch, work fpdc in next stitch)*do 15x, end by working a fpdc in last stitch and then a fpdc around the ch from row below, sl st to 1st st.round 8 (61 dc): chain 3. (work 1 dc each in next 3 stitches, work 2 dc in next stitch)*do 12x. sl st to 1st st.pull yarn through last slip stitch, hide ends. there are no holes at the "seam"
project twenty: ribbed scarf (7-8)hook: P / 11.5mmyarn: chenille thick & quick, 1 1/5 [100 yd] skeins (total = 120 yd). one whole skein plus leftover from hat above.size: approx 6" x 60"pattern: worked in rowsfoundation: chain 11. sc in 2nd chain from hook and each chain across (10 sc)pattern row: chain 1, turn. sc in first stitch (1 sc). sc through back loop only to last stitch (8 sc tbl). sc in last stitch (1 sc)repeat pattern row approximately 80 times
project twenty one: hackey sack (juggling ball pattern) (7-11)hook: size "2" / "C" / 2.75mmyarn: 6-strand embroidery floss, four colors, 8yd x 2 each colorpattern: worked in rounds, turning each round. each color is worked 1/4th each roundfoundation: chain 3, 9 sc in 3rd chain from hook. (9 sc = 3 green, 2 blue, 2 red, 2 yellow)turn: slip stitch to first green stitch, chain 1, turn. skip first stitch, sc into next~(all turns are done at end of row, just like this turn)row 1: (2 sc in each sc below)x8 (16 sc)row 2: (1 sc in next sc, 2 sc in next)x8 (24 sc)row 3: (1 sc each in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next)x8 (32 sc)row 4: (1 sc each in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next)x8 (40 sc) row 5: (1 sc each in next 9 sc, 2 sc in next)x4 (44 sc)row 6: (1 sc each in next 10 sc, 2 sc in next)x4 (48 sc)row 7: 52 scrow 8: 56 scrow 9: 60 scrow 10: 64 scrow 11-18: work in even 64 sc for approx 8 more rows.switch each color to its opposite color at this point (e.g. tie a new red to the old green)row 19-26: work another 8 rows even scrow 27: (1 sc each in next 14 sc, skip a sc and 1 sc in next sc)x4 (60 sc)row 28: (1 sc each in next 13 sc, skip a sc, and 1 sc in next sc)x4 (56 sc)row 29: 52 scrow 30: 48 scrow 31: 44 scrow 32: 40 scrow 33: (1 sc each in next 8 sc, skip a sc and 1 sc in next sc)x4 (32 sc)row 34: 24 scrow 35: 16 scrow 36: decrease 1 sc for each 2 sc below (8 sc)row 37: decrease 1 sc for each 2 sc below (4 sc-- one of each color)row 38: single sc in diagonal color's stitch, bind off, hide ends.
project twenty two: bobble hat and scarf (7-13)hook: Kyarn: red heart brand "light and lofty" -- seems like imitation "homespun" but is noticeably thicker. note to self: use larger than K hook for next project with this yarn.-two 6 oz skeins color 9380 antique bluepattern: i got the pattern from a retail "homespun" pattern booklet. it would be a copyright infringment for me to print it here.
project twenty three: plush boa (7-15)hook: P / Qyarn: two 100 yd skeins lion brand chenille thick & quick, color 122 peacock (rich blue-green)pattern: one of lion brand's free patterns. hyperlink to pattern here. the pattern calls for a gauge of approximately 1 stitch = 1 inch. what a terribly vague approximation!!!here are the changes i had to make to the pattern, just to finish with my meagre 2 skeins:1. pattern suggests Q hook. i, unlike every other crocheter in the world, chain loosely, so i used a P hook on the rows where you repeatedly ch 7.2. pattern suggests 66 stitches for 60", i used 60 stitches for 60" (funny, that fits their approximation better)3. i was unable to complete the final row of scs as suggested in the pattern due to lack of yarnif you can afford it, i recommend using 3 skeins and just making the boa full-size. or try 3 skeins of t&q prints
project twenty four: hat (black) (7-16)useful resource: crocheting in rndshook: Kyarn: lion brand homespun, about 1/2 a skein (it was 45% of this particular skein, but skeins vary). color 312 edwardian (grey-black)gauge: 7 rows dc tbl = 3.75", 10 dcs approx 4"pattern: chain at beginning of round counts as a stitch. this applies to the stitch counts per round shown in parentheses.crown (10 dc): chain 4. work 9 dc in 4th chain from hook. slip stitch to first stitch to complete round. the stitch you slip-stitch to is also where the first stitch of the next round goes.row 1 (20 dc): chain 2, work 2 dc (tbl)* in each dc below and one dc in the stitch where the ch2 derives. slip stitch to beg. of rnd-- also do this "slip stitch to beginning of round" at the end of all the other rounds, including brim rounds. *tbl = through back two loops. all dc stitches are worked in this manner, from this point onwards.row 2 (30 dc): chain 2, work 2dc in first stitch, (work 1 dc in next stitch, work 2 dc in next stitch)x9row 3 (40 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in first stitch, 2 dc in next stitch, (work 1 dc each in next 2 stitches, work 2 dc in next stitch)x9row 4 (48 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc each in first 3 stitches, 2 dc in next stitch, (work 1 dc each in next 4 stitches, work 2 dc in next)x9row 5 (55 dc): ch 2. work 1 dc in each stitch, also adding 7 dcs evenly spaced.row 6 (55 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in each stitch belowrow 7 (55 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in each stitch belowrow 8 (55 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in each stitch belowrow 9 (55 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in each stitch belowrow 10 (55 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in each stitch belowrow 11 (55 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in each stitch belowrow 12 (55 sc): ch 1, work 1 sc in each stitch belowbrim (69 fpdc): see method of doing fpdcs and dfpdcs as shown in project 17, and do a total of 69 fpdcs (increase 14 fpdc evenly spaced)brim row 2 (78 dc): ch 2, work 1 dc in each stitch below, also adding 9 dcs evenly spaced. after slip stitch, pull yarn through and hide ends.
project twenty five: scarf (black) (7-17)hook: Kyarn: lion brand homespun, a little more than 1 skein. color 312 edwardian (grey-black)gauge: 10 scs = 4", 16 rows tbl sc (unstretched) = 4"size, after stretching: 60" x 6.5"pattern:foundation: loosely chain 161. loosely!! i mean it!row 1: sc in 2nd chain** from hook and every chain** across. (160 sc) **instead of doing these scs where you would normally do them, turn the chain over. notice the bump in the middle of each chain. do the scs through these bumps. then the first row of the scarf will look like the last row. symmetrical. nice.row 2: chain 1, turn. sc in first stitch, sc tbl in each stitch to last stitch (158 sc tbl), regular sc in last stitch. (160 sc total)repeat row 2, 18 times more. final stitch dimensions of scarf: 160 x 20
project twenty six: beanie hat, roll-up brim (black) (7-17)useful resource: crocheting in rndshook: Kyarn: lion brand homespun, about half a skein. color 312 edwardian note on yarn: 2 skeins made this hat, the previous scarf, and the hat before that.gauge: 10 dcs = 4", 6 rows dc = 4"pattern: worked in rounds.the chain 2 at the beginning of each round counts as a dc.at the end of the round, slip stitch to the top of the first actual dc. chain 2 and begin your next round with a stitch in this same .do not work a dc in the same stitch that the chain 2 comes out of, unless you want it to have "2" stitches in it (one of these "2" stitches will be the ch-2)foundation: chain 3.round 1: 9 dc (+9). (work 8 dc in 3rd chain from hook, the other 2 chains counts as one dc). (finish rnd w/ slip stitch as mentioned above)round 2: 18 dc (+9). (work 2 dc in each stitch below and 1 dc in the ch-2 stitch as mentioned above)round 3: 27 dc (+9).round 4: 36 dc (+9).round 5: 42 dc (+6).round 6: 45 dc (+3)round 7: 48 dc (+3)round 8: 50 dc (+3)rounds 9,10,11: work in even 50 dcround 12: 51 dc (+1)rounds 13,14: work in even 51 dcround 15: 46 dc (-5); subtract 5 so the rolled up part stays tight
project twenty seven: bobble hat (7-19)hook: Kyarn: lion brand homespun, lil' more than half a skein. color 338 noveau.good luck getting a picture showing the color of this skein accurately.pattern: bobble hat pattern (see twentytwo).crown to brim is 10" so hat rolls up nicely. 26 bobble circumference.
project twenty eight: bobble scarf (7-21)hook: Kyarn: lion brand homespun, 1.5 skeins (2 skeins minus above hat). color 338 noveau.good luck getting a picture showing the color of this skein accurately.pattern: bobble scarf pattern (see twentytwo).8 bobbles wide x 54 bobbles long. 6" x 58"
project twenty nine: knit scarf (7-30)needles: "13" / 9mmyarn: lion brand homespun, 1 skein. color 343 romanesquepattern: Knit 2, Purl 1 double-sided ribbingfoundation: cast on 19 stitchesrows 1-...: (K 2, P 1)x6, K 1finish: bind off in pattern stitch
project thirty: frog hackey sack (8-14)for detailed information/pattern, see page dedicated to frog hack.
project thirtyone: blue hat, red stripe (8-20)hook: J / 10 / 6mmyarn: less than a skein worsted weight. blueish. with a little bit of reddish for the stripe.pattern: worked in a spiral.worked entirely in sc.increase 7 sc per rnd for 6-7 rnds, then 3 sc/rnd until reaching 85 sc around.work in even 85 sc until stripe. change color, work 4 rows stripe color.change color again, work 4 more rows in original color.work 1 rnd of chain stitch (85 ch st) and then hide ends.
project thirtytwo: maroon hat, blue stripes (8-21)hook: J / 10 / 6mmgauge: 10 sc = 2.75", 10 rows = 2.25"yarn: just used some leftovers. for approximation's sake, let's approximate one 3.5 oz skein.pattern: worked in a spiral. worked entirely in sc.foundation: chain 2, 7 sc in 2nd ch from hook.round 1: increase 7 sc evenly spaced (14 sc)round 2: inc 7; 21 sc. round 3... (cont. inc 7): 28 sc. 35 sc. 42 sc. 49 sc. 56 sc.round 8: inc 4 sc (60 sc). continue inc 4 sc each round: 64, 68, 72.round 12: inc 3 sc (75 sc). continue inc 3 sc each round: 78, 81, 84.round 16-20: work in even 84 sc.round 21-23: switch to alternate color. work 3 rounds (84 sc each).round 24-25: switch back to main color. work 2 rounds (84 sc each).round 26-28: switch to alternate color. work 3 rounds (84 sc each).round 29-31: switch back to main color. work 3 rounds (84 sc each).Do your best to round off the spiral, pull yarn thru final loop, hide ends. Place hat on head and act like a thug.
project thirtythree: beanie hat, roll-up brim (8-23)hook: N / 10mmgauge: 7 sc = 3", 10 sc rows = 4"yarn: two strands of regular 4-ply worsted weight held together. less than a ball (<3.5oz) eachpattern: worked in a spiral. increase 7 sc per round for about 5-6 rounds,then 3 sc per round until 52 stitch circumference is reached.work even 52 sc around for several rows.brim: at about 8" from center of crown, begin brim:do not turn, but work in reverse single crochet for another 7-8 rounds.(or if you are ambidexterous, do turn, and work in regular sc, left-handed, for 7-8 rounds)chain stitch 52x around and hide ends.
project thirtyfour: headband (8-25)hook: I / "9" / 5.5mmgauge: 9 sc (width of headband) = 2"yarn: small amount of worsted weightpattern: chain 10, sc in 2nd chain from hook and every ch across (9 sc)row 1: chain 1, turn. work 1 sc in each sc across (9 sc)row 2: same as row 1row 3: same as row 2row 4: same as row 3continue in this fashion until headband is 20" long (just try it on) and then:final row: chain 1, turn. work 1 chain stitch in each sc across, simultaneously going through the stitches of row 1 while going thru stitches of second-to-last-row.hide ends, or not.
project thirtyfive: plush boa (8-27)hook: P / 11.5mmyarn: 2 skeins (or about 1.75 sk) lion brand homespun, color 334 gothic (purple)gauge: in pattern, 100 sc = 6'. so 10 sc is approx 7.2"pattern: slight modification of lion brand's chenille thick & quick plush boa.their pattern calls for a size Q hook and 66 stitches across, but since homespun is not as thick as chenille, i used100 stitches across and a size P hook. additionally, theirs calls for loops of ch-7 length, and i used loops of ch-10 length.in retrospect, further boas i make of homespun may be 90 stitches with a ch-9, and then 5 rows across instead of just 4.
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