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Berry Blitz Infinity Scarf

Berry Blitz Infinity Scarf

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Berry Blitz Infinity Scarf

This fun and whimsical Berry Blitz Infinity Scarf is super easy to make using the Berry Stitch!  Easy repeats and one skein of yarn, you can whip this free crochet pattern up in just one weekend… Great trip project too!  If you love to crochet like I do.. This is going to be one of my favorite go to project for the season!!!

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Materials:

Yarn ~ 280 yards of worsted weight yarn… Pictured here in Red Heart With Love in Boysenberry.

Hook ~ H

Scissors

Yarn Needle

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Size:

52″ x 6″

Stitches:

St ~ Stitch

Ch ~ Chain

Sl St ~ Slip Stitch

Sc ~ Single Crochet

Rev Sc ~ Reverse Single Crochet

Fsc ~ Foundation Single Crochet

Bs ~ Berry Stitch (Insert hook in st, draw up loop, ch 3, draw yarn through both loops on hook.)

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Instructions:

*Leave 4″ tail in beginning for securing round 1

Round 1:  142 Fsc. Join with sl st to beginning st. Be very careful not to twist round when joining. = 142 fsc

Round 2 & 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc in each st around, join with sl st to beginning sc. = 142 sc

Round 4:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, bs in next st, *sc in next st, bs in next st*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning sc. = 71 sc & 71 bs

Round 5:  Ch 1, turn, sc in each st around, join with sl st to beginning st. = 142 sc

Round 6:  Ch 1, turn, bs in 1st st, sc in next st, *bs in next st, sc in next st*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning st. (your bs should be offset from the bs’s in round 4) = 71 bs & 71 sc

Round 7: Repeat round 5

Round 8:  Repeat round 4

Round 9:  Repeat round 5

Round 10:  Repeat round 6

Rounds 11-13:  Repeat round 5

Rounds 14-23: Repeat rounds 4-13

Round 24:  Ch 1, rev sc around, join with sl st to beginning. = 142 rev sc.

Finish off

Using 4″ tail from beginning, secure round 1.

Round 25:  Join yarn to any st in round 1, Ch 1, rev sc around, join with sl st to beginning.

Finish off

Weave ends in.

That’s it… You now have a Berry Blitz Infinity Scarf!!!

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Happy Crocheting!!

Elena


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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

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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

Or shop at Red Heart Yarns Directly, Hygge Yarn on sale for $4.99! Shop Redheart Affiliate Today!

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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Easy Fall Blanket… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Easy Fall Blanket… Free Crochet Pattern!!

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Easy Fall Blanket… Free Crochet Pattern

Simple stitching, random strip pattern and beautiful tweed yarn bring this Easy Fall Blanket pattern all together… Sit and watch your favorite show or take this as your car ride project… So easy!

Recently, I was out at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnasota with my good friends Kathy from ELK Studio Handcrafted Crochet Designs and Jennifer from A Crocheted Simplicity … We had a blast shopping, eating and having cocktails.. and of course we crocheted… But, we stopped by the brand new store in the mall…Crochet! and wow, we had a blast!

I found this beautiful wool blend yarn and fell in love.. I knew right away, A Easy Fall Blanket was going to be on my hook… I put the link for this yarn in the material list if you would like to use the same yarn.. or you can pick any worsted weight yarn you love!

If you have a chance to head to The Mall of America, make sure to stop by Crochet!  Lots of great yarn and all price points are available… But you can also order online… so no worries!

So if you are ready.. Let’s start this fun, easy pattern!

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Size

52″ wide x 64 ” long

Materials

Yarn ~ 3 skeins of Lola Yarn by Master Knit, 874 yards each. Worsted Weight.

Color A  #886 Tan     Color B #128 Orange     Color C #890 Brown

Hook ~ J

Stitches

St – Stitch

Ch – Chain

Sk – Skip

Sc – Single Crochet

Foundation Sc – Foundation Single Crochet(this makes a nicer begining)

Trc – Treble Crochet

Exsc – Extended Single Crochet (insert hook in stitch, Yo and pull up loop, Yo and pull through the FIRST LOOP ONLY on the hook, Yo and pull through the last 2 loops on the hook.)

X St – X Stitch (sk st, trc in next st, trc in previously sk st)

Rev Sc – Reverse Single Crochet

Instructions

Color A

136 Foundation Sc (Video tutorial by Moogly)

Row 1:  Ch 1, turn exsc across = 136 exsc

Color C

Rows 2 – 8: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Row 9: Ch 4(counts as trc now and thought), turn, *make X st*, repeat *to* across, trc in last st. = 2 trc & 67 X st

Rows 10-16: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color A

Rows 17-18: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 19-20: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color A

Rows 21-22: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color C

Rows 23-29: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Row 30: Ch 4(counts as trc now and thought), turn, *make X st*, repeat *to* across, trc in last st. = 2 trc & 67 X st

Rows 31-37: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 38-44: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Row 45: Ch 4(counts as trc now and thought), turn, *make X st*, repeat *to* across, trc in last st. = 2 trc & 67 X st

Rows 46-52: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color C

Rows 53-54: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 55-56: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color C

Rows 57-63: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Row 64: Ch 4(counts as trc now and thought), turn, *make X st*, repeat *to* across, trc in last st. = 2 trc & 67 X st

Rows 65-71: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 72-77:  Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color A:

78-84: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Row 85:  Ch 4(counts as trc now and thought), turn, *make X st*, repeat *to* across, trc in last st. = 2 trc & 67 X st

Row 86-92: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 93-94:  Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color C

Row 95-96:  Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 97-103: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Row 104:   Ch 4(counts as trc now and thought), turn, *make X st*, repeat *to* across, trc in last st. = 2 trc & 67 X st

Rows 105-111: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color A

Rows 112-113: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 114-115: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color C

Rows 116-117: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color A

Rows 118-119: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color B

Rows 120-129: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color C

Rows 130-131:  Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Color A

Rows 132- 133: Ch 1, turn, exsc across. = 136 exsc

Row 134: Rev Sc across = 136 rev sc

Finish off

Join yarn to beginning of row 1, Rev Sc across. = 136 rev sc.

Finish off.

Weave ends in.

That’s it… You now have an Easy Fall Blanket!!!!

Don’t forget to follow me on my social media sites for more fun!

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I hope you love this project!!  Make sure to share your finished projects on my Beatrice Ryan Designs Facebook Page and make sure to share around social media too!
Happy Crocheting!!

Elena


©Copyright 2018 Elena Hunt/Beatrice Ryan Designs.  All of 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 blogwebsite or social media, 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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