Fast and Easy Cowl
This large loopy moebius cowl in worsted weight is fast and easy to make. I used a Cat Bordhi Moebius Cast On and a simple drop st pattern. The gauge and size are not critical but this cowl should be stretchy and lacey. The bigger, the better!
Fire to Earth: Brown Berries Scarf
Yarn: Malabrigo Worsted Needles: US 8 Pattern: Cast on 30 sts. Row 1 (WS): Slip 1 pwise, purl to end. Row 2: Slip 1 kwise, *YO, K2, pass YO over K2*, repeat from * Repeat these two rows until desired length ending with a purl row. Bind off. Clearly, this stitch pattern will eat up your Malabrigo. I will be using two skeins, because that is all I have. We'll see if it makes a long-enough scarf. On Ravelry
Izzy Cowl by PurpleStarDust
So, while searching the latest and greatest on Ravelry the other night, I came across this cute cowl: PurpleStarDust I hardly ever buy crochet patterns, as I can usually look at something and figure out how to make it. This one had me a little stumped, so I bought the pattern. It's super easy, and I love it! I made mine with scrap worsted weight yarn I had in my stash, and a mirror-like button that I picked up at our new Hobby Lobby (5 minutes from my house...good/not good). Here it is. I…
Waffle Stitch Crochet Tutorial
I taught a few people how to crochet up here and they watched me crochet both monster blankets and were fascinated by the waffle stitch, I have to admit, it’s pretty great. It took me quite a…
Worn as a shoulderwarmer or a cowl, this floral crochet neckpiece is simultaneously warm and delicate. One size Finished Measurements Approximately 26” around top edge x 39” around lower edge x 17” high Materials 3 Hanks Berroco Flicker (50 grs), #3305 Siegfried Crochet hooks, sizes 3.75 mm (F-5) and 4.00 mm (G-6) OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE Tapestry needle Gauge Square Motif (top row) = 3½” across after steaming TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE
Free Crochet Pattern...Butternut Squash Neck Warmer!
Just as the first hints of fall are in the air, here is the Butternut Squash Neck Warmer! Crocheted with a simple but beautiful stitch sequence, this is a fabulous and lighting fast project that you can have finished before the first autumn leaf falls from the tree. Make one for yourself and several for others as we approach gift making season! Butternut Squash Neck Warmer By Jennifer Dickerson Materials: N (9.0 mm) Crochet Hook 1 Skein Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Solids 2 Buttons…
Free Crochet Pattern...Pavement Infinity Scarf!
When I designed this scarf, I wanted to create something minimalistic and elegant, and let the stitches speak for themselves. This is a lovely piece for both fall and winter and is crocheted with a simple but beautiful stitch sequence. This is an a ideal gift pattern because the recipient can choose just how they want to wear it! Pavement Infinity Scarf By Jennifer Dickerson Materials: N (9.0 mm) Crochet Hook 1.5 Skeins Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Tapestry Needle (for weaving in…
Ghost Cone Scarf
Interweave’s Description: Chain loops are worked like crochet broomstick lace to form this richly textured scarf, reminiscent of a multistranded necklace. Wear it as a simple loop, or twisted infinity-wise for added interest; doubled around the neck, it becomes a luxurious cowl. Lengthen or shorten it by altering the number of “broomstick” rows.
This cowl was an accident...hence the name. I didn't intend to make another cowl this winter and somehow I did. I was actually trying to make a poncho and I messed it up. So I threw it down and left it alone for a few days. A couple of weeks ago I picked it back up and sewed the ends together. When I put it around my neck I realized that I had made another cowl. I'm really glad that I screwed up that wrap. I wear this cowl a lot. It is smaller and lighter than the others I have made and it…
Another Free Pattern
I was extremely surprised with the popularity of my very first crochet pattern. Because of this I have decided to offer another FREE crochet pattern. This cowl will definitely keep you warm this winter/spring. You can find this pattern on ravelry here. I would love to get your feedback. Thanks! Enchanted Orchid Cowl Created by Brittany McKelvie Materials Size 6.5 (k) mm crochet hook 1.5 skeins of worsted weight yarn (I used Caron Simply Soft) · 470 yards/255 grams Abbreviations sc = single…