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September Jewel Super Scarf… New Free Crochet Pattern!!

September Jewel Super Scarf… New Free Crochet Pattern!!


September Jewel Super Scarf

 

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Amazing to wear and and easy to make… My September Jewel Super Scarf  is part of Red Heart’s Joy Creators Blog Hop for September!  Myself and 9 of my fellow Joy Creators are participating in this fantastic fall free pattern blog hop.. Yes… 10 free Super Scarf Free Patterns using many different yarns by Red heart!!  My project is made using an awesome Red Heart Boutique Yarn called Gleam…  Gleam is a soft, worsted weight yarn with gold flecks throughout the skein… The great part is the rich, deep color of Canyon along with the shimmer of gold make this a perfect yarn for this season… I will get plenty of use with this super scarf… It is my new favorite scarf pattern and I hope you will love it too!!

 


joy-creator_logoSo… If you want to see more of the Super Scarf Blog Hop patterns… You can find the schedule at the bottom of this post! I will update the links when each pattern becomes available!!  And if you want to see more about the Red Heart Joy Creators… Click Here!!

 


Materials:

Yarn~ Approximately 500 yards of Medium Worsted Weight Yarn

*Shown in my project picture is Red Heart Boutique Gleam in Canyon

Hook~ K

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Stitches:

St ~ Stitch     Sk ~ Skip     Ch ~ Chain     Sc ~ Single Crochet      Dc ~ Double Crochet

Picot ~ Ch 3 after indicated sc, sl st in base of sc

Size:

9 1/2″ wide x 110″ long

Instructions:

Ch 39

Row 1:  Dc in the 4th ch from hook(this will make the first 2 dc), dc in the next 3 sts, *ch 2, sk 2 sts, sc in the next st, ch 5, sk 5 sts, sc in the next st, ch 2, sk 2 sts, dc in the next 5 sts* repeat *to* one more time. =15 dc, 4 sc, 4 ch2 sps, 2 ch5 sps

Row 2: Ch 3, turn, dc in next 4 sts, *ch 2, sk next ch 2, sc in next sc, ch 2, sc around the ch 5 sp in previous row, picot, ch 2, sc in next sc, ch 2, sk next ch 2 sp, dc in next 5 sts*, repeat *to* one more time. = 15 dc, 8 ch 2 sps, 6 sc

Row 3:  Ch 3, dc in next 4 sts, *ch 2, sk next ch 2 sp, sc in next sc, ch 5, sk over the (ch2, picot, ch2) from previous row, sc in next sc, ch 2, sk next ch 2 sp, dc in next 5 sts*, repeat *to* one more time. = 15 dc, 4 sc, 4 ch2 sps, 2 ch5 sps

Repeat rows 2 & 3 until your project measures 110″

Thats it… easy peasy!!!!


Congratulations!!!  You now have a September Jewel Super Scarf… You can experiment with different yarns to see what effects you get, but keep in mind that it may change the look and sizing of the project…

Happy Crocheting!!

Elena

Red Heart Joy Creators Super Scarf Blog Hop

Friday September 9: Coraline in Rome Super Scarf Crochet Pattern from Simply Collectible Crochet
Monday September 12: Eccentric Pixie Jumbo Scarf from Stitch11
Wednesday September 14: Beatrice Ryan Designs
Friday September 16: Jessie at Home
Monday September 19: My Hobby is Crochet
Wednesday September 21: Oombawka Design
Friday September 23: Crochet Kim
Monday September 26: Cre8tion Crochet
Wednesday September 28: ELK Studio
Friday September 30: Totally Snappy Tots



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  1. What size hook?

  2. I soooo want to make this!!!
    Totally lost at row 25 and after,when you start different captions {} x amount of times?
    HELP

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs

      Just take it step by step… basically you will do 9 (sc,dc), sk st segments, then you will sc only in the next st, you will do all of this 3 times total around, then sk a st, (sc,dc) in next st twice and sk the last st and join. Try to read through the pattern so you get use to multiple repeat marks after you get it… it just takes practice

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Winter Walk Beanie… New Free Crochet Pattern!!

Winter Walk Beanie… New Free Crochet Pattern!!

Winter Walk Beanie

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After making the Winter Walk Headband, I decided some of us might want a stylish hat in this same “easy to make and wear” design…  Using self-stripping yarn make these projects work up like a breeze and look so fashionable!  This Winter Walk Beanie is a great grab and go hat for those cold mornings that are headed our way and also a great gift idea!!

Materials:

Yarn ~ 200 yards of worsted weight yarn ~ I suggest using Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable!!  Photo is in color way Echo…

Hook ~H & I

Stitches:

St ~ Stitch     Sl St ~ Slip Stitch     Sk ~ Skip     Ch ~ Chain     Sc ~ Single Crochet     Hdc ~ Half Double Crochet     Dc ~ Double Crochet     Fpdc ~ Front Post Double Crochet     Bpdc ~ Back Post Double Crochet

Dec Hdc ~ Decrease Half Double Crochet… Click here for tutorial

*Tips ~

You will not turn while working the ribbing, all other rounds you will turn.

By joining around the ch 3 sts instead of in the top of the st for the ribbing, you will keep the first st of each ribbing round looking like a fpdc.

Size:

19″ around the ribbing~ This will stretch up to approx. 23″, The crown of the hat is slightly larger due to using a larger hook.

Instructions:

Using the H hook… Ch 66, When starting leave a long tail(3-4″) to join the bottom edge round.

*You will work the first Round across, then join.  This technique makes it easier not to get your project twisted. You just join the bottom together with the tail.

Round 1:  Dc in the 4th ch from hook and each ch across. = 64 dc Join carefully not to twist project

Round 2 -6:  Ch 3(Counts as dc now and throughout), *bpdc around next st, fpdc around next st*, repeat * to * around. Join with sl st around the top of the beginning ch 3. = 32 bpdc, 32 fpdc

Change to the I hook

Round 7:  Ch 1, (sc,dc) in the first st, sk st, *(sc,dc) in the next st, sk st*, repeat * to * around. Join with sl st around the beginning sc. = 32 (sc,dc)

Round:  8-24:  Ch 1, turn, (sc,dc) in 1st st, sk st, *(sc,dc) in next st(this should land in sc sts from previous round), sk st*, repeat * to * around. Join with sl st to beginning sc. = 32 (sc,dc)

 

Round 25:  Ch 1, turn, (sc,dc) in 1st st, sk st, *(sc,dc) in next st, sk st*, repeat * to * 7 more times, sc in next st, {sk st, repeat *to* 9 times, sk st, sc in next st}, repeat {to} 1 more time, sk st, (sc,dc) in next st, sk st, (sc,dc) in next st, sk st. Join with sl st to beginning sc. = 61 sts

Round 26: Ch 1, turn, (sc,dc) in 1st st, sk st, (sc,dc) in next st,*sk 1 st, (sc,dc) in next st*, {sk 1 st, repeat *to* 9 times} repeat {to} 1 more time, sk 2 sts,^(sc,dc) in next st, sk st^, repeat ^to^ 7 more times. Join with sl st to beginning sc. = 58 sts    *tip- you are skipping 2 stitches 3 times, its easy to miss this between ** & {} sections

Round 27:  Ch 2(counts as hdc), turn, hdc in next 5 sts, dec hdc, * hdc in next 6 sts, dec hdc*, repeat *to* around. hdc in last st. Join with sl st to top of ch 2. = 50 sts

Round 28:  Ch 2, turn, hdc in next 2 sts, dec hdc, *hdc in next 3 sts, dec hdc*, repeat *to* around. Join with sl st to top of ch 2. = 40 sts

Round 29:  Ch 2, turn, hdc in next st, dec hdc, * hdc in next 2 sts, dec hdc*, repeat *to* around. Join with sl st to top of ch 2. =30 sts.

Finish off leaving a long tail.

To close the top of the hat, weave the long tail in and out of each of the 20 sts and draw closed. Secure yarn and weave in ends.

Using the long tail of beginning ch, sew the bottom edge of the headband together.

*To make this hat smaller or larger… it is in 2 st increments and increase or decrease rounds in between rounds 8 & 24*


Congratulations!!!  You now have a Winter Walk Beanie… You can experiment with different yarns to see what effects you get, but keep in mind that it may change the look and sizing of the project…

Happy Crocheting!!

Elena



©Copyright 2016 Elena Hunt/Beatrice Ryan Designs.  All my, patterns and posts are my own work. Do not copy them in any way. If you want to share this information with someone, share the link to this post. If you want to share on your own blog website, then you may use the first photo in this post and link back to this post. You may not give away printed copies of this post. Thank you. This post may contain affiliate links/ads. If you purchase something from a link in this post, I may be compensated.

Winter Walk Headband… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Winter Walk Headband… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Winter Walk Headband

Winter Walk Headband... Free Crochet Pattern!!

 

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Winter Walk Headband is a simple and quick pattern that works up nicely!!  An easy ribbed edging and slightly textural midsection set off the design… You can memorize this pattern in no time at all and make several up  for gifts, sales or charity!!  As usual, I love working with self-striping yarn and I think using Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable yarn shows off the beauty of this pattern perfectly!!  No changing colors, simple-reptitive stitching and best of all… a free pattern!!


Materials:

Yarn~ 100 yards of worsted weight yarn ~ I suggest using Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable!!  Photos have one each in Cappuccino, Sunrise and Tidal

Hook~ H

Stitches:

St ~ Stitch     Sl St ~ Slip Stitch     Sk ~ Skip     Ch ~ Chain     Sc ~ Single Crochet     Dc ~ Double Crochet     Fpdc ~ Front Post Double Crochet     Bpdc ~ Back Post Double Crochet

*Tips ~

You will only be turning for rounds 5-12

By joining around the ch 3 sts instead of in the top of the st for the ribbing, you will keep the first st of each ribbing round looking like a fpdc.

Size:

19″ around ~ This will stretch up to approx. 23″

Instructions:

Ch 66, When starting leave a long tail(3-4″) to join the bottom edge round.

*You will work the first Round across, then join.  This technique makes it easier not to get your project twisted. You just join the bottom together with the tail.

Round 1:  Dc in the 4th ch from hook and each ch across. = 64 dc Join carefully not to twist project

Round 2 & 3:  Ch 3(Counts as dc now and throughout), *bpdc around next st, fpdc around next st*, repeat * to * around. Join with sl st around the top of the beginning ch 3. = 32 bpdc, 32 fpdc

Round 4:  Ch 1, (sc,dc) in the first st, sk st, *(sc,dc) in the next st, sk st*, repeat * to * around. Join with sl st around the beginning ch 3. = 32 (sc,dc)

Round 5:  Ch 1, turn, (sc,dc) in 1st st, sk st, *(sc,dc) in next st(this should land in sc sts from previous round), sk st*, repeat * to * around. Join with sl st to beginning sc. = 32 (sc,dc)

Rounds 6 – 12: Repeat round 5

Round 13:  Ch 3, dc in each st around. Join with sl st around the top of ch 3, = 64 dc

Round 14 – 15: Repeat rounds 2 & 3.

Finish off.

Using the long tail of beginning ch, sew the bottom edge of the headband together.

*To make this headband smaller or larger… it is in 2 st increments*


Congratulations!!!  You now have a Winter Walk Headband… You can experiment with different yarns to see what effects you get, but keep in mind that it may change the look and sizing of the project…

Happy Crocheting!!

Elena



©Copyright 2016 Elena Hunt/Beatrice Ryan Designs.  All my, patterns and posts are my own work. Do not copy them in any way. If you want to share this information with someone, share the link to this post. If you want to share on your own blog website, then you may use the first photo in this post and link back to this post. You may not give away printed copies of this post. Thank you. This post may contain affiliate links/ads. If you purchase something from a link in this post, I may be compensated.

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