Week 11 Crochet with Me…  CAL finish line!!!

Week 11 Crochet with Me… CAL finish line!!!

We did it!!!  Our 2013 Fall Crochet with Me CAL is done!!!!  11 weeks and a great afghan is now on my sofa… I love it!!  This Vintage Fan Ripple Blanket was a great pattern and will be one of my favorites forever!!

Our next Crochet with Me CAL will start in January…  Currently we are voting on the next pattern… If you would like to join in,,, Cast your vote by clicking here!!  So… Below are my final pictures and one of our friends who also completed her afghan!!

 

 

cro with me fall finale

 

 

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Great in two-tone also!!!!

And here is my biggest helper trying to get in the action during the photo shoot….

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Love my dog… Charlie!!

I’m really excited to start our next CAL… So far your top vote is for me to design another Surprise as we go afghan… Last year we had a ton of fun with the Winter Viewers Choice Afghan…  Here is a picture of last years finished CAL…

Free Afghan Pattern from Beatrice Ryan Designs #Crochet # Afghan

2014 Winter CAL,,, Surprise Design… This was fun and I am currently making this pattern into one whole pattern,,, Set to be released soon!!

Don’t forget to cast your vote for this years Winter CAL…

Happy Crocheting…!!

Elena

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Queen’s Cowl… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Queen’s Cowl… Free Crochet Pattern!!

This Royal Looking Crochet Cowl is just that,, Queen’s Cowl will turn any wardrobe into a fashion statement fit for a Queen!  Not only is it beautiful… This Free Crochet Pattern is Simple and Quick to make… You can wear it several ways! And… It is another one skein project too!

 

Queens Cowl Free Pattern

Queen’s Cowl

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Materials:

  • Hook ~ N
  • 1 1/2″- 2″ Button

Stitches:

Ch ~ Chain

Sc ~ Single Crochet

Dec Sc ~ Decrease Single Crochet:  Insert hook in next stitch and pull up a loop, again-insert hook in the next stitch and draw up another loop (you should now have 3 loops on hook), Yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook. Decrease made.

*This pattern is made by crocheting in the back loop of each stitch.

 

Instructions:

Chain 21

Row 1:  Working in one loop of each chain, Sc in 2nd Ch from hook and each chain across. = 20 Sc

Row 2:  Ch 1, Turn, Sc in the Back Loop of each stitch across now and throughout. = 20 SC

Rows 3-45:  Repeat Row 2

Row 46:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, Sc in the next 16 Stitches, Dec Sc. = 18 Sc

Row 47:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, Sc in the next 14 Stitches, Dec Sc. = 16 Sc

Row 48:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, Sc in the next 12 Stitches, Dec Sc. = 14 Sc

Row 49:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, Sc in the next 10 Stitches, Dec Sc. = 12 Sc

Row 50:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, Sc in the next 8 Stitches, Dec Sc. = 10 Sc

Row 51:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, Sc in the next 6 Stitches, Dec Sc. = 8 Sc

Row 52 (Buttonhole Row):  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, Sc 1, Ch 2, Skip next 2 Stitches, Sc 1, Dec Sc. = 6 Stitches(includes chains)

Row 53:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc, 2 Sc in the Ch 2 Space, Dec Sc. = 4 Sc

Row 54:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc 2 times. = 2 Sc

Row 55:  Ch 1, Turn, Dec Sc. = 1 Sc

Finish off and weave in ends.

Sew button in the center of Row 8.

Enjoy!!

Queens Cowl Free Pattern

This Queen’s  Cowl would be a great gift too!!  So get your hooks out and fancy yarns and whip up a few just in time for Christmas!!

Queens Cowl Free Pattern

 

This pattern was originally posted on Skip to My Lou as a Guest Post!!!  Hop over and check her site out,,, Lot’s of great DIY ideas!!

*** You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post. Please do not copy and post these patterns and claim it as your own. Please do not re-publish photos as your own.***

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