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Wednesday Facebook Fan Favorite… Week 38!

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This week’s Winners were all  about loving squares!!  Both the Daily Free Pattern Find and The Round up collection were bright and beautiful crochet squares…

The winner for this week’s Facebook Fan Favorite Daily Free Pattern Find was super popular!!  And,,, I loved it so much I made 4 of them up and wrote a pattern review on Monday…  Simply Square Log Cabin Dishcloths by Deborah Ellis… Super cute and easy to make!!  You can read my review here… or head over to the Free Pattern by Clicking Here……

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Simply Square Log Cabin Dishcloth

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This week’s favorite Free Round up collection comes from our friend Jennifer at Fiber Flux… It was a collection of Granny’s… I love Granny’s, Don’t you??  To check out her collection of 30 Free Granny patterns… Click Here.

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This week the Top Post on my website was a little bit of an” Oldy but Goody”  An original Beatrice Ryan Designs Pattern… Soft and Stylish Cowl!  This cowl has been featured many times on All Free Crochet and was posted as an Editors Favorite this last week… To check out this pattern,, Click Here!

Soft and Stylish Cowl

Soft and Stylish Cowl…

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Have a great week and happy crocheting!!

Elena

A Crochet-A-Long… You decide the project!!!!

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Happy November!  I have been tossing around the idea of having a Crochet-A-Long starting in January 2014…  Since I am like all of you yarnies… I can’t decide what it will be… I always have tons of work in progress projects!  So what better than leave it up to Viewer Choice!!!!  You all were so supportive during the voting for the final Amazing Grace Pattern poll… I thought…hmmmm… Lets do another poll!!!!

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So here are my thoughts… Start crocheting in January…I will make a fabulous design for us…  You choose what it will be!!!!  The winning vote will determine not only the project… but also the length of time!  A blanket may take a couple of months… A hat maybe a week…  Let’s have some FUN!!!!.

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Voting closes December 15th, 2013

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Your Vote Counts!

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P.S…. Leave comments too!!!!

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Amazing Grace Snoodie… Free Crochet Pattern!!!!

Amazing Grace Snoodie… Free Crochet Pattern!!!!

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Amazing Grace Snoodie

Cowl/Hoodie

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Amazing Grace Snoodie is the Fourth design in my Amazing Grace Series.  These Free Patterns are dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness  and in memory of my Dearest Friend Sandra Kay Gilb.  Also available are the Amazing Grace Prayer Shawl,   Amazing Grace Hat and The Amazing Grace Headband… I hope you enjoy these patterns and have an opportunity to “Pay It Forward” by donating one of you projects to help someone who is suffering or recovering from Breast Cancer.

Amazing Grace Snoodie

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Free Crochet Snoodie Pattern

Click Here to add this fun pattern to your Ravelry queue and favorites!!


Materials:

450 Yards Worsted Weight Yarn -Yarn pictured is Cascade Yarns, Pacific Color Wave color 313

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Gauge:        Double Crochet   2″x 2″ = 6 Double Crochet x 3 Rows.

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Stitches:     Ch – Chain     St – Stitch     Sk – Skip    Sl St – Slip Stitch      Sc- Single Crochet     Dc – Double Crochet     Rev Sc-Reverse Single Crochet     TRC- Triple Crochet

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Instructions:

COWL

*You will be working in the round.

Ch 90, Join to 1st Ch to form Ring… Being very careful not to twist the chain.  (See Photo)

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Row 1:     Ch 1, Sc in same as joining and each St around, Sl St to 1st Sc to join. = 90 Sc

Row 2:      Ch 1, Sc in same as joining St, Ch 2 , Sc again in the joining St, *Sk 2 Sts, (Sc, Ch 2, Sc) all in next St*, Repeat Around, Sl St to 1st Sc to Join.  = 30 Ch 2 Spaces

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Row 3:     Sl St in 1st Ch 2 Space, Ch 3 (counts as Dc now and throughout), 2 Dc in same Ch 2 space, *3 Dc in Next Ch 2 Space(Shell made)* Repeat around. Sl St to top of Ch 3 Sp to join. = 30 Shells

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Row 4:     Sl St in top of 2nd Dc of Shell(Middle St of Shell) , (Sc, Ch 2, Sc) in same st, * Sk 2, (Sc, Ch2, Sc) in next St* Repeat Around. Join with Sl St to 1st Sc. = 30 Ch 2 Spaces

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Rows 5-19:   Repeat Rows 3 & 4 – 7 times and then Repeat Row 3 one more time.

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Row 20:     Ch 1, Sc in same as joining and each St around, Join with Sl St to 1st Sc = 90 Sc.

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Row 21:     Ch 1 Rev Sc around. Join to being St and finish off.

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Cowl Bottom Edging

Join yarn to bottom edge (beginning chain) using Sl St.  Ch 1, Sc in same St, Sk 2 Sts, * 5 TRC in Next St(shell made), Sk 2, Sc in next St, Sk 2 Sts* Repeat around, Sl St to 1st Sc. = 15 TRC Shells

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HOOD

Ch 84

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Row 1:     Sc in  2nd St from hook and in each St across. = 83 Sc. Turn

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Row 2:     Ch 1, Sc in 1st St, Sk 1 St, *(Sc, Ch 2, Sc) in next St, Sk 2 Sts* Repeat Across to the last 2 Sts, Sk St, Sc in last St. Turn = 27 Ch 2 Sps. Turn

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Row 3:     Ch 3 (counts as Dc now and throughout), * 3 Dc in Ch 2 Sp (Shell Made)* Repeat across, Dc in last  St. = 27 Shells and 2 Dc. Turn

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Row 4:     Ch 1, Sc in 1st St, *Sk 2 Sts, (Sc, Ch2, Sc) in next st (Center of previous row shell)*, Repeat Across, Sc in last St. = 27 Shells and 2 sc. Turn

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Rows 5-21:    Repeat rows 3 and 4 – 8 times, then repeat row 3 once more.

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Row 22:      Ch 1, Sc in 1st St and each St across. = 83 Sc

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Row 23:     Ch 1, Rev Sc across to end. Finish off. This will be the front of the hood.

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Finishing off Hood

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Fold Hood Strip in half bringing the short ends together (the short ends will be the bottom of the hood that will be sewn to cowl).  With yarn needle and matching yarn, Whip stitch back of hood (the beginning chain edge)  together starting at the bottom edge working towards the folded edge. This will keep the hood even on both sides.

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Attaching the Hood

 With yarn and yarn needle:  Working along the bottom edge of the hood and  the top of the Cowls inside edge (The back loops of the Rev Sc edging of Cowl) sew the hood into place.  You will be sewing the  hood base to a little more than half of the Cowl. Leaving approximately 3/8 of the Cowl open.  Finish off and enjoy!!!


 

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