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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Crochet Scrap Yarn Child Sweater







Materials

Premier Sweet Roll – Cloud Pop

Premier Sweet Roll – Gelato Pop

Little bit of black

Little bit of white

Size I -5.5 mm hook

Scissors

Yarn needle
















Back and Front

ch 76,

Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each st to end. Join, try not to twist. (75)

Row 2– 5: Ch 2, Fpdc in next st, Bpdc in next st, 1 dc in last st, repeat to end. Join

Row 6– 35: Hdc in each st. (75)

Row 36: Hdc in next 15 st’s, turn (15) 

Row 37: Hdc in to last 2 st’s dec, turn

Row 38: Dec, hdc in each st, turn.

Repeat rows 37-38 until you have 3 st’s left. (3)

Finish off leave long tail for sewing, repeat for other side.



Note: I used st markers to keep my place, front part of shirt is Hdc 15 st’s skip 5, 15 st’s, then back is skip 5 st’s, Hdc in 28, skip 5 st’s.



Now you will line up the edges of the back with the shoulder and sew them together. 






Sleeves- Make 2

Attach yarn anywhere on armhole with sl st. Work 40 st’s around armhole.
Row 1-3: Hdc in each st. Do not join, use a stitch marker. (40)
Row 4: Hdc in next 8 st’s, dec, repeat to end. (36)
Row 5-14: Hdc in each st around (36)
Row 15: Hdc in next 4 st’s, dec, repeat to end. (30)
Row 16-20: Hdc in each st. (30)
Row: 21: Hdc in next 3 st’s, dec, repeat to end. (24)

Rows 22 – 30: Hdc in each st. (24)

Rows 31 – 34: Fpdc in next post, bpdc in next post, repeat to end. Sl st to end row.










Edging

Starting at bottom right corner of sweater neck attach yarn and evenly work sc’ s around the neck. Then you will do 3 rows of fpdc and bpdc, sl st to end row. Finish off.





Eyes

Ch 2

Row 1- 6 sc in second ch

Change to white

Row 2- 2 sc in each st.



Ears

Ch 2

Row 1- 6 sc in second ch, turn

Row 2- ch 1, 2 sc in each st, turn

Row 3- ch 1, 1 sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, repeat to end.



Nose

For the nose part I attached my yarn with a knot and made a triangle then went back and forth across that triangle to fill it in. Now make one line on each side for the mouth.





Monday, August 19, 2019

Grinch C2C Scarf


Materials:
Yarn- White, Green, Red, Yellow and Black
Hook- 5.0m
Yarn needle
Scissors
Length-52 ½ inches
Graph - Scroll down to find the graph

Scarf
Green yarn
Row 1: Ch 6, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in next 2 ch, turn.
Row 2: Ch 6, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in next 2 ch, sl st, ch 2, 3 hdc in next ch-2 space, turn.
Row 3: Ch 6, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in next 2 ch, sl st, ch 2, 3 hdc in next 2 ch 2 space, turn.
Row 4: Ch 6, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in next 2 ch, sl st, ch 2, 3 dc in next 3 ch 2 space, turn.
You will continue this pattern until you have 12 rows.
Note: You will dec on one side while inc on the other side. On one side instead of sl st, ch 2, 3 dc in next ch 2 space, you will sl st in the ch 2 space and sl st to the next ch 2 space, after row 12.
Row 13-16: All blocks in green.
Row 17:  Fist 6 blocks in green and the rest in black.
 Row 18: First 6 blocks in green, next block in black and the rest of the blocks in green.
Row 19: All blocks in green.
Row 20: First block in green, next block in yellow, next 5 blocks in green, next block in black, the rest are in green.
Row 21: 9 blocks in green, 2 blocks in yellow, the rest in green.
Row 22: First block in green, next 3 blocks in yellow, next 4 blocks in green, next block in black, the rest in green.

Row 24: First block in green, next 2 blocks in yellow, next block in black, next block in yellow, next block in green, next block in black, next 2 blocks in green, next block in black, rest in green.
Row 25: First 7 blocks in green, next 3 blocks in yellow, next block in black, last block in white.
Row 26: First 2 blocks in white, next 3 blocks in black, next 5 blocks in green, next block in black, last block in green.
Row 27: First 3 blocks in green, next 2 blocks in yellow, next 2 block in green, next 2 blocks in black, last 3 in white.
Row 28: First 4 blocks in white, next 3 blocks in green, next 3 blocks in yellow, next block in green, last block in black.
Row 29: First block in green, next 2 blocks in yellow, next 2 blocks in black, next 2 blocks in green, next 4 blocks in white, last block red.
Row 30: First 2 blocks in red, next 4 blocks in white, next block in green, next block in black, next block in yellow, next block in black, next block in yellow, last block in green
Row 31: First block in green, next 2 blocks in yellow, next block in black, next block in green, next 4 blocks in white, last 3 blocks in red.
 Row 32: First 4 block in red, next 4 blocks in white, next block in black, next 2 blocks in yellow, last block in green.
Row 33: First block in green, next block in yellow, next block in black, next 4 blocks in white, last 5 blocks in red.
Row 34: First 6 blocks in red, next 4 blocks in white, next block in black, last block in green.
Row 35: First block in green, next 4 blocks in white, last 7 blocks in red.
Row 37: First 3 blocks in white, last 9 in red.
Row 38: First 10 blocks in red, last 2 blocks in white.
Row 39: First block in white, last 11 blocks in red.
Now you will continue to c2c in red until scarf is as long as you want.
Once you have the length of your scarf then you want to start to dec on both sides of the scarf. When I had only 6 blocks left, I used some white fluffy yarn on the corner. 
Note: This is the fast version on this scarf, but if you read the description of the video there are links to slower version.