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Wildwood Waves Cowl… Free Crochet Pattern

Wildwood Waves Cowl… Free Crochet Pattern

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Wildwood Waves Cowl

Soft, cozy and a great fashion accessory! The Wildwood Waves Cowl is a simple crochet pattern repeat and works up in just a few hours.  Using Red Heart Hygge Yarn, it makes a plush and warm accessory to wear in the cold months… Make the companion hat pattern too… Wildwood Waves Hat

If you love this free pattern, Save it to your Ravelry queue… Also available in PDF!

Click Here to head to Ravelry… 


Materials:

Yarn~ 2 colors of bulky #5 yarn 132 yards each. Photographed in Red Heart Hygge Yarn in  Color A: Slate Blue and Color B: Pearl.

Hook~ K

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Size:

33″ around x 8″ Height

Gauge:

Double Crochet 3″ x 3″ = 8 stitches x 4 rows

Stitches: 

St – Stitch

Sp – Space

Sl St – Slip Stitch

Ch – Chain

Sk – Skip

Dc – Double Crochet

Fpdc – Front Post Double Crochet

Rev Sc – Reverse Single Crochet

Cl – Cluster: Yo, insert hook in designated st or sp, draw up loop, Yo, draw through 2 loops, Yo, insert in st or sp, pull up loop, Yo,  draw through 3 loops, Yo, draw through 2 loops, ch 1, Yo, insert in st or sp,  pull up loop, Yo, draw through 2 loops, Yo, insert in st or sp, pull up loop, Yo, draw through 3 loops, Yo, draw through 2 loops.

Tips:

*By joining around instead of in the top of the beginning sts, you will make them shape into a fpdc.

*Carry your yarn up the hat when changing colors

*When changing colors, join with the next color in the joining st

*You will be working in the round

Instructions:

Ch 80, Join with sl st to form a ring. Be very carful not to twist your chain.

Color A

Round 1:  Ch 3(counts as dc now and throughout), *sk st, cluster in next st, sk st, dc in next st*, repeat *to* around. Join with sl st(using next color) “around” beginning ch 3. = 20 dc & 20 clusters

Color B

Round 2:  Ch 3, *cluster in ch 1 sp of previous row cluster, fpdc around next fpdc of previous round*, Repeat *to* around, cluster in last ch 1 sp, join with sl st(using next color) “around” beginning ch 3. = 20 fpdc & 20 clusters.

Rounds 3-13: Repeat round 2, changing colors every round.

Edging:

Round 1: Ch 1, work rev sc around, join with sl st to beginning. Finish off

Round 2: Join with sl st in any st of beginning ch on opposite end. Ch 1, rev sc around, join with sl st to beginning. Finish off.

That’s it.. Congratulations, you now have a Wildwood Waves Cowl!

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Happy Crocheting!!

Elena


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Summertime Crochet Shell!

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So I finally finished the cute tank top I have been working on!  It turned out better than I imagined it would!  Usually when I make myself a garment it doesn’t fit as well as this one does… I made a couple adjustments to the pattern, but this is a super simple, quick pattern if you are looking for something to make for yourself this summer!  It is on Ravelry for a free download, by Kim Guzman… Shell Shell is the name of the pattern…Click here to check it out.  I made mine using a Black Cotton Yarn from Knit Picks!  It is a little hard to see the details in the picture, but it is really cute… I am going to buy some bright Cami’s to where under it so it shows off the pattern!  Tell me what you think!!!

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I added some extra rows to the shoulder area and finished all the edges with a reverse sc, those were the only changes needed to make it to my taste!… This is a size small…

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Not the best quality picture,,, But it is really a comfy cute Shell!

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I am about halfway done with my next True Colors Afghan for my Etsy Shop… I will post the pictures when it’s done…  Summer seems to be a slower time for crochet… But I still do a couple of hours each evening!

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So here is to my New Shell and Summer Crochet!

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Find me on Facebook and check out my items on Etsy,,, I will be adding more tomorrow!

Elena

Spirals and Baskets…

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I’m kicking off my summer stock up of crochet to sell with a bang.  With Memorial Day Weekend sneaking up quickly and my Ocean Waves Afghan completed, I am beginning to stock up and crochet as much as possible to have plenty to sell at Alpine Originals.  It is a true blessing to have an outlet to sell my items and the extra money will come in handy for our Annual Mother/daughter School Clothes and Mini Vacation  trip late summer!

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My head was full of ideas and things I wanted to make, so here is what I made last night…

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Small Door Handle Baskets…

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Spiral Dishcloths….

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These adorable baskets are just the right size  for storing the little things you need as you’re rushing out the door… I was inspired by several pattern I found online and each one took only 45 minutes to whip up using 2 strands of worsted weight yarn and an I hook!

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The spiral dish cloths are much cuter in person and were originally inspired by a pot holder pattern, but once I got going I thought they would make a unique dishcloth!  They were a little more work but only about 1 hour and done… These are made of cotton using a G Hook…

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Floral Face Cloths and a Sweet Twine Basket…. Thanks to Carlee at Alpine Originals for this cute picture!

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I added a few more Floral Face Cloths in Spring Green and Cream and a great Twine Basket with a Spring Green trim…  I made these last week and forgot to show them off : )

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Lots more on the way to share, and a couple new free patterns on the way!

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So here is to Baskets, Spirals and Summer Crochet!

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Elena

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