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Herring Bone Scarf

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I designed this Hat and scarf for my younger sister's birthday. It has a fabulous texture, photos don't quite do it justice. 

A printable version of this pattern is available for download on my ravelry accountMaterials: · less than 240 g aran or worsted weight yarn. (I used Redheart Yarn With Love in Pewter.·Needle and scissors for finishing·5.00 mm (H) hook
Gauge test: starting chain is approximately 7 inches4 rows of herring bone dc is approximately 1.5 inches
Stitches and Abbreviations: ·Chain: ch·Herring Bone Double Crochet (HB): yarn over and pull up a loop (3 on hook), pull first loop through second loop (2 on hook), yarn over and pull through first loop (2 on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops to finish (see Herring Bone Beanie for  stitch photos)
Notes: This scarf won’t have straight edges along the edges due to the nature of the stitch it will have a slight ripple. Pictured below
SCARF PATTERN
Start: Ch 27,
Row 1: starting in second chain from the hook, HB in eac…

Herring Bone Beanie

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I designed this hat for my younger sister, it varies between a tight fit and a slight slouch depending on the size of your head. It could also be suitable for men. 

A printable version is available for download on my ravelry account.

MATERIALS ·Less than 170g aran or worsted weight yarn (I used Redheart Yarn With Love in Pewter)·5.00 mm (H hook); I used Clover Amour H hook·Scissors and needle for finishing 

STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS ·Single Crochet, Back Loops only (SC BL): Pull one loop through half of the stitch furthest from you, yarn over and pull through two loops.·Herring Bone Double Crochet (HB): yarn over and pull up a loop (3 on hook), pull first loop through second loop (2 on hook), yarn over and pull through first loop (2 on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops to finish







·Herring Bone two Together(HB2TOG) This is the decrease stitch: Yarn over, pull up a loop,, (3 on hook) pull up a loop in next stitch (4 on hook), pull first loop through second loop, (3 one hook), yarn …

Peppermint Swirl Pot Holder

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Bucket Of Coal

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I made this as a fun toy for my cats, but it would be suitable for kids as well, just don't put in the catnip. 

Printable Version available on My Ravelry Account
Materials: ·Less than 1 ball of red cotton yarn, less than one ball of white cotton yarn less than 1 ball of Black ·Polyfiber fill ·F Hook (3.75 mm) ·G Hook (4.25 mm) ·Yarn needle and scissors Stitches/Abbreviations: ·Chain: Ch ·Single Crochet: SC ·Slip stitch: SL ·2 single crochet in 1 stitch (SC2) ·Crab stitch: sc worked left to right instead of left to right
Notes: ·Chat beginning of round does not count as a stitch; For Bucket ·Carry the color not in use through the work, it will be on the back and not really visible ·Change colors in rounds by picking up the carried color on the last yarn over of the stitch before the new color start (see plenty of videos on color changes mid-row on YouTube). See photos below. ·Stitch counts at end of each round in parentheses ·To get swirl pattern the colors should be offset by 1 (see chart photo).
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