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Notes from the
Editor:
Here we are; right in the
heat of summer and I am loving it. Every
year we host a huge Independence Day
bash for our family and friends and that
takes a lot of preparation. We are
expecting about 50 people which may
not seem like much but
I do most of the cooking and believe you
me, 50 is a lot when you are the one
feeding them.
I love being outdoors as much as
possible which means not so much
crocheting.
We have been working a garden spot at
my in-laws’ house. It is growing pretty
well but the weather has been so hot
that I haven’t wanted to keep the grass
hoed between the rows. Things have
been a little slow in the crochet world
around here but now that we are looking
at less than 6 months for Christmas I am
starting to think fall/winter.
Here at Entwine we are gearing up for
the colder weather with patterns and
lots of great ideas to keep you warm this
winter.
DESIGNERS:
Submit your patterns to be considered
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Crochet is an easy hobby to learn and with
just a little practice, you’ll be making items
such as hats, scarves, blankets and more!
Most patterns use the basic stitches so you’re
in luck! Get ready to CROCHET!
How to hold your hook:
There are two common ways to hold your hook a) pencil and b) knife style
Try both holds and see which one you prefer.
These are not the only two, but the most common.
How to chain: (ch)
Each pattern will start with a specific chain amount. Sometimes the chain amount
will be 2 and sometimes it may be 250 (blanket or scarf are examples). It's really
easy--but practice and make it consistent.
*Tip: work chains LOOSELY, and not too tight.
How to Slip Stitch: (sl st)
Slip stitch is a common stitch used within many patterns.
It's commonly used to join a ring (hats are a great example), or used as a stitch
without height.
Push hook through stitch as directed in pattern. Here, instructions would read:
'Ch4, sl st in the first chain to form a ring.'
So, ch4 and then push your hook through the first chain that you created and pull
the yarn back through. You will have 2 stitches on the hook. Take the 2nd stitch you
just created and pull it through the first. Sl st complete.
How to single crochet: (sc)
The single crochet stitch is very basic and very common. It is important that you
learn to make this stitch consistent: not too tight and not too loose. If you make it
tight, your hands will hurt. If you make it too loose, it will look sloppy and it will be
hard to match your gauge and look of a pattern.
Push your hook through the stitch and yarn over. Pull the yarn back through, you
will have 2 loops on the hook now. Yarn over and pull through both loops.
SC complete.
How to half double crochet: (hdc)
Yarn over, push you hook through the stitch, yarn over again. Pull the yarn through
the stitch and you will have 3 loops on the hook. Yarn over and pull through all 3
loops. Hdc complete.
How to double crochet: (dc)
The double crochet stitch is one of the main stitches. It is a great way to add length
to a project, and is a more 'open' stitch and not tight as compared to a single crochet
stitch.
Yarn over, push your hook through the stitch. Yarn over
and pull back through the stitch (3 loops on hook). Yarn
over, pull yarn through the first TWO stitches only and
you will have 2 loops on hook remaining. Now, yarn
over and pull through the last two loops.
DC complete.
This is a stitch:
This is a post:
This is a yarn over:
Want to learn more?
Visit Kristi at www.RAKJpatterns.com where you can learn
more tips and tricks to help you advance your skills.
Abbreviations
Crochet Stitch Abbreviations
alt = alternate
approx = approximately
BP = back post
BLO = back loop only
BPdc = back post double crochet
beg = begin, beginning
CC = contrasting color
ch = chain
cl = cluster
cont = continue
dbl = double
dtr or dbl tr = double triple
dc = double crochet
dec = decrease
dir = directions
dk = dark
dnt = do not turn
ea = each
ex sc = extended single crochet
fig = figure 1 (picture of stitch)
FLO = front loop only
FP = front post
FPdc = front post double crochet
fig = figure 1 (picture of stitch)
fo = finish off
foll = following
gm or gr = grams
gr = group
hdc = half double crochet
hk = hook
htr = half triple crochet
in = inch
inc = increase
incl = including
inst = instructions
lp(s) = loop(s)
lt = light
MC = main color
med = medium
mm = millimeter
no. = number
oz(s) = ounce
pat st = pattern stitch
pc st = popcorn stitch
prev = previous
rem = remaining
rep = repeat
rnd = round
rs = right side
sc = single crochet
sk = skip
sl st = slip stitch
sp = space
st(s) = stitch(es)
tch = turning chain
tog = together
tr = triple (treble)
x times = (such as repeat 5x)
ws = wrong side
yo = yarn over
American Sweetheart Dress
By: Jessica Mays
https://www.facebook.com/CraftedfortheKing
mailto:[email protected]
Baby girls have a sweetness all their own, but as
most mommas know, they seem just that much
sweeter all dolled up for events and holidays! I
wanted to make this dress pattern to fit whatever
occasion the crocheter whipped it up for- but
specifically for Independence Day this year! As
a summer dress, of course I used a lighter yarn,
but the open v- stitch lets baby breathe
comfortably even when it's hot. Not to mention,
it's just too adorable not to take advantage of
such a simple but beautiful stitch! It was a fairly
easy WIP to work up, and is a family favorite
already! Enjoy!
Difficulty level: Easy/intermediate
Abbreviations:
SC- Single Crochet,
DC- Double Crochet
Ch-chain
Sl-sl st
Materials:
• Yarn- Caron Simply Soft yarn: 3
skeins
1 skein of each color: shown in red(Color A),
Bright white (Color B), and deep
blue-(Color C)
• Hook: H Hook
Notes for this pattern: Stars or ribbons can be added to the top or bottom of the dress to add
that special touch you are looking for. This dress can be done in Christmas colors as well and
worn with a little sweater for cooler weather.
Using Color A
Ch 52. Sl st into first ch made.
Row 1: Ch one. SC in all stitches (52 SC). Sl st into first SC.
Row 2: Ch two. Double crochet in the next 2 stitches. 2 DC in next stitch.* DC in next 3
stitches. 2 DC in the next stitch. ** Repeat from * to ** until the end of the row. Sl st into top of
CH 2.
Row 3: Ch two. Double crochet into the next 3 stitches. 2 DC into the next stitch. *DC into the
next 4 stitches. 2 DC into the next stitch. ** Repeat from * to ** until the end of the row. Sl st
into top of Ch 2.
Row 4: Repeat row 3.
Using color B
Row 5: Ch two. In the same stitch: 1 DC, ch 1, 2 DC. (This will be your first v-stitch "shell)
Skip one stitch. *In next stitch, 2 DC, ch 1, 2 DC. Skip 1 st. ** Repeat from * to ** until you
have 9 "shells". ch 3, and skip 20 stitches.*In next stitch, 2 DC, ch 1, 2 DC. Skip next stitch. **
Repeat from * to ** until you have made 9 "shells". Ch 3, and again skip 20, and sl st into the
top of the beginning ch 2.
Row 6: Sl st into the middle of the first shell made on row 5. Ch 2. In that same space: 1 DC, ch
1, 2 DC. (This counts as the first "shell"). In the middle ch 1 of the next shell, 2 DC, ch 1, 2 DC.
Continue this pattern in each shell created on the previous row. At Ch 3 spots, 2 DC, ch 1, 2
DC, and continue to create a shell in each shell of the previous row. At the end of the row, sl st
into the top of beginning ch 2.
Row 7- 9: Sl st into the center ch 1 of first shell. Ch 2, 1 DC, ch 1, 2 DC. *In center ch 1 of next
shell, 2 DC, ch 1, 2 DC** Repeat from * to ** throughout. Sl st into beginning ch 2.
Using color C
Row 10-13: Repeat rows 7-9.
Row 14: Ch one.* 1 SC into first DC of shell. In the middle ch 1 of shell, 5 DC. 1 SC in the
first DC of next shell. ** Repeat from * to ** until the end of the row to create a scalloped
ruffle along the bottom of your dress.
Now, all that's left is to weave in your ends, throw a red, white, or blue onesie on baby, and put
her in her new dress! She will be an all too adorable American sweetheart every time she wears
it.
Brenda Stratton Designs
GRAB & GO TOTE
Design by Brenda Stratton
5 wooden (or wood-look) buttons:
4: ⅞", LaPetite #276
1: ⅝”, JHB #KK24
Yarn needle
Sewing needle
Sewing pins
Matching sewing thread
1 pair 5 ½" x 4½" arched bamboo
purse handles by Purse n-alize-it!
Dressmaker's marking pen with
disappearing ink
SPECIAL STITCHES
Beginning crossed double crochet
(beg crossed dc): Sl st in next st, ch 3,
dc in sl st just worked.
Crossed double crochet (crossed dc):
Sk 1 st, dc in next st, dc in sk st.
Crochet this handy tote in crossed double
crochet and medium weight yarn for those
times when you don't want to carry a large bag.
It’s just the right size for a small crochet
project, a book, your tablet or e-reader, or even
your lunch! Toss in your wallet and keys, and
you'll be out the door in a jiffy!
PATTERN NOTES
Join with a slip stitch where joining is
indicated.
Weave in ends as work progresses.
GAUGE
4 sc and 4 rows = 1"
Flower: approx. 2½” across
TOTE
Beg at bottom of Tote, ch 22.
SKILL LEVEL
SIZE
10½" x 8½" x 2¾"
MATERIALS
Red Heart Super Saver medium
weight yarn (7 oz/364 yds/198g):
1 skein 661 Frosty Green
Red Heart Designer Sport light
weight yarn (3 oz/279 yds/85g):
1 skein 3101 Ivory
Crochet hooks sizes H/8/5.00mm and
F/5/3.75mm or sizes needed to obtain
gauge
Rnd 1: 3 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch
across to last ch, 3 sc in last ch; now working down
opposite side of ch, sc in each rem ch across. Do
not join, work in rnds. (48 sc)
Rnds 2-5: Sc in each sc around, inc 3 sc evenly sp
at each end. At end of Rnd 5, join in beg sc, turn.
(54) (60) (66) (72 sc)
Rnd 6: Ch 1, working from front to back around
post of each sc this rnd only, sc in each sc around,
join, turn. (72 sc)
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Rnd 7: Beg crossed dc (see Special Stitches), *
crossed dc (see Special Stitches) in next 2 sts, rep
from * around, join in 3rd ch of beg ch-3. (72 dc)
FLOWER
With Ivory and size F hook, ch 3, join to form ring.
Rnd 8: Ch 1, sc in each st around, join in beg sc.
(72 sc)
Rnd 1 (base for back ring of petals): Ch 1, [sc, ch
3] 5 times in ring, join in beg sc.
(5 ch-3 sps)
Rnds 9-30: Rep Rnds 7 & 8 for pattern.
Rnds 31-34: Ch 1, sc in each sc around, join in first
sc. At end of Rnd 34, fasten off. (72 sc)
HANDLE TABS (Make 4)
With Frosty Green, ch 9.
Rnd 2: * (Hdc, 3 dc, ch 2, sl st in last dc worked, 2
dc, hdc) in next ch-3 sp, sl st in next sc, rep from *
around, join in sl st at end of Rnd 1. (5 back petals)
Rnd 3: Holding back ring of petals to back of work,
ch 1, * sc from front to back around post of next sc
in Rnd 1, ch 2, rep from * around, join in beg sc. (5
ch-2 sps)
Rnd 1: 5 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each of
next 6 sc, 5 hdc in last ch; now working down
opposite side of ch, sc in each of next 6 sc, join in
beg sc.
(10 hdc, 12 sc)
Rnd 4: * (Hdc, 3 dc, ch 2, sl st in last dc worked, 2
dc, hdc) in next ch-2, sl st in next sc and sl st
directly behind it in Rnd 2 at the same time, rep
from * around, join in sl st at end of Rnd 3. Fasten
off leaving long sewing strand. (5 front petals)
Rnd 2: Ch 1, * 2 sc in each of next 5 hdc, sl st in
each of next 6 sc, rep from * once, join, fasten off
leaving long strand for sewing.
(20 hdc, 12 sl sts)
FINISHING
Position Flower on front of Tote as shown in photo.
Sew in place invisibly with free end left for sewing.
TAB ASSEMBLY
Lay Tote on flat surface with opening facing. Center
1 handle on inside (bottom layer) of Tote. Mark
placement for both ends of handle with
dressmaker's pen. Turn Tote over and repeat for
2nd handle. (Width between handles now marked.)
Lay handles aside.
With sewing needle and matching thread, sew ⅝”
button to center of Flower.
Sew a ⅞" button to center of each Handle Tab as
shown in photo.
With WS tog, place one Tab over one dressmaker’s
mark, adjusting as necessary so widest portion of
same end of Tab sits just below top edge of Tote.
Sew in place using invisible sts. Turn Tote over and
fold free end of Tab to outside of Tote. Place the
Tab through the link on the handle, centering this
end of Tab over end already attached. Sew in
place. (One end of one handle now firmly
attached.)
Rep instructions for each of the 3 rem Handle Tabs.
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Brenda Stratton Designs
Copyright 2014 Brenda Stratton
All Rights Reserved
(Please respect my copyright.)
ABBREVIATIONS:
beg = beginning
ch(s) = chain(s)
hdc – half double crochet
rem = remain(ing)
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
sk = skip(ped)
st(s) = stitch(es)
tog = together
WS = wrong side(s)
Check out more designs from this designer at…
https://www.facebook.com/BrendaStrattonDesigns
http://www.brendastratton.com/blog/
http://www.brendastratton.com/
http://www.pinterest.com/brendastratton/
PRODUCTION TEAM
Designer, Editor: Brenda Stratton
Copy Editor: Sharon Blosch
We have made every effort to ensure these instructions are complete and accurate. However, we cannot
be responsible for human error, variations in individual work, or typographical mistakes.
Copyright 2014 by Brenda Stratton
All Rights Reserved
Reproduction or distribution of this publication, or any part thereof, by any means, is strictly prohibited
without the expressed, written consent of Brenda Stratton.
This publication is protected under international copyright laws. Please respect my copyrights.
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Patriotic Mason Jar Cozy
By: Shari McGraw
www.entwinemagazine.com
[email protected]
Difficulty level: Beginner easy
These jar cozy’s can be made in any color combination to match the occasion.
You can make these up pretty quick and they can be used for soda cans, Solo
cups or drinking glasses.
Materials:
∗ Hook-F(3.75mm)
∗ Red Heart Super Saver yarnRed (1), White (2) & Blue (3)
∗ Ribbon of choice
∗ Mason jar (pint size)
∗ Stitch marker
Abbreviations:
MC
SC
DC
SL
CH
RPT
Dc2tog
Magic Circle
Single Crochet
Double Crochet
Slip Stitch
Chain
Repeat
dc decrease
Notes for Pattern: See the Magic Circle tutorial in this issue for instructions. A
bobby pin can be used as a stitch marker if you don’t have one. To make larger
add more rows on the bottom (circle).
Cozy: Color 1
MC-6 sc into mc, sl st to top of first sc to close circle, place stitch marker in 1st
st to hold the beginning space in the circle.
Row 1: ch 1 to count as first st, 1 sc in 1st stitch (just below ch 1), then 2 sc in
each stitch around to total 12 stitches, sl st into ch1
Row 2: ch 1 to count as first st, 1 sc in first st, 2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next st, 2
sc in next, rpt around the circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 3: ch 1 to count as 1st st, 1 sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st, rpt all the way
around circle, sl st into first ch 1.
Row 4: ch 1 to count as first st, 1 sc in 1st st, 1 sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st,
rpt all the way around circle, sl st into first ch 1.
Row 5: ch 1 to count as first st, 1 sc in 1st st, 1sc in next 4 sts, 2 sc in next st,
rpt all the way around circle, sl st into first ch 1. Tie off weave in ends.
Turn circle upside down and join in red yarn back in to begin ascending up the
jar.
Row 6-8: ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1 sc in each stitch around
circle, sl st into ch 1. (Skipping the 1st st will slightly decrease the circle size
making the cozy snug on jar)
Row 9: ch 2 to count as first st, skip 1st st then 1 dc in each stitch around circle,
sl st in ch 2. Tie off leave a little tail to weave under color.
Row 10: Join in 2nd color (white) ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1
sc in each stitch around circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 11: ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1 sc in each stitch around
circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 12: ch 2 to count as first st, skip 1st st then 1 dc in the next 10 sts, dc2tog
(to decrease and make snug,1 dc in each st around circle ding dc2tog every
10th st, sl st in ch 2. Tie off leave a little tail to weave under new color.
Row 13: Join in 3rd color (blue) ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1
sc in each stitch around circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 14: ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1 sc in each stitch around
circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 15: ch 2 to count as first st, skip 1st st then 1 dc in the next 10 sts, dc2tog
(to decrease and make snug,1 dc in each st around circle ding dc2tog every
10th st, sl st in ch 2. Tie off leave a little tail to weave under new color.
Row 16: Join in 1st color, ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1 sc in
each stitch around circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 17: ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1 sc in each stitch around
circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 18: ch 2 to count as first st, skip 1st st then 1 dc in the next 10 sts, dc2tog,
1 dc in each st around circle dc2tog every 10th st, sl st in ch 2. Tie off leave a
little tail to weave under new color.
Row 19: Join in 1st color, ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1 sc in
each stitch around circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 20: ch 1 to count as first st, skip 1st st and then 1 sc in each stitch around
circle, sl st into ch 1.
Row 21: ch 2 to count as first st, skip 1st st then 1 dc in the next 10 sts,
dc2tog,1 dc in each st around circle dc2tog every 10th st, sl st in ch 2. Tie off
and weave in ends.
Tie a ribbon around the top of the jar or weave it through the dc on the last
row and tie in a bow.
Enjoy and Happy Crocheting!!
Designers Corner:
I would like to introduce you to our
featured designer of the month;
Ashley Leither.
Ashley is the owner/operator of Ashley
Designs Corner where she designs and
creates crochet works of art.
We asked Ashley how she learned to
crochet. She told us that she learned a little crochet and knitting in high school
from her mom. However, didn't pick it up again until the beginning of 2011
after her daughter received a crochet beanie as a gift. She then became so
intrigued with the texture of the beanie that instantly she knew she wanted to
learn how to make one. She headed to the local yarn store and picked up a
“learn to crochet” book and with the help of the book and YouTube videos,
she learned everything she could and is still learning!
Her two children motivate her more than anything. She told us “I love to
crochet with them by my side and teach them that if you want to learn
something and are determined enough, you can do (make) anything.”
Ashley’s favorite hook is her K Hook; of which she admits having many, most
specifically the ones with bamboo handles, like Yarnology’s hooks. Vanna’s
Choice yarn is her favorite because the color choices are just endless.
The crochet tip that she wants to share with all of her fellow crocheters is to
ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS count your stitches! I can’t tell how many times
when I started out; I did not count my stitches and then I would have to frog
my work and start over. It only takes a few seconds (or minute, depending
upon how many stitches you are counting) but it will save time and frustration
later.
When she is not crocheting or creating she loves to bake cakes, cookies and
muffins. She says “they don’t always turn out super pretty and I won’t be
venturing into professional baking anytime soon, but they do come out of the
oven tasty!”
Watermelon Beanie
E-mail me at: [email protected]
Like me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/AshleyDesignsCorner
Yarn: Worsted Weight Yarn (Size 4) – Pink, White and Green
(Photographed Color: Vanna’s Choice Berrylicous, White and Sweet Pea)
Recommended Brands: Vanna’s Choice, Loops and Thread Impeccable and I Love This Yarn
Hook: K – 6.50MM
Additional Supplies: Tapestry Needle, Scissors & Measuring Tape
HDC Gauge using K Hook - 4X4 Inch Square: 12 Sts & 10 Rows.
Common Stitches & Abbreviations
Ch - Chain; Sc - Single Crochet; Hdc - Half Double Crochet; Dc – Double Crochet;
Sl St - Slip Stitch; ** - Repeat Around, St - Stitch; (7) - The Number of Stitches in that round/row.
Join: When ending the round, you will join with a sl st into the 1st st (NOT the Ch 1)
Notes: Ch 1 will NOT count as a st.
I would love to see pictures of your finished product. www.facebook.com/AshleyDesignsCorner
This Pattern may not be shared, copied or distributed. You are welcome to sell any items you make from my pattern.
Copyright: 2013 Ashley Leither, Ashley Designs Corner.
Watermelon Beanie
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START HERE FOR ALL BEANIE SIZES:
(0-3M, 3-6M, 6-12M, 1-2Y, 3-10Y, Teen, Adult)
You Need Your K Hook and Pink, White and Green Yarn.
Start with Pink - Make a Magic ring,
RND 1: Ch 1, 7 sc in loop, join with a sl st in the 1st sc, pull tight (7)
RND 2: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 2 hdc in each st, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (14)
RND 3: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next st, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next st*,
Repeat *, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (21)
RND 4: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 2 sts, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next 2 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (28)
RND 5: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 3 sts, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next 3 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (35)
CONTINUE TO THE SECTION OF THE SIZE YOU ARE MAKING
0-3 Months: (13-14” Circumference and 5 - 5.5 Inches Tall)
RND 6: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (35)
RND 7: Ch 1, 1 dc in same st, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in skipped st*
(Crossed Double Crochet Stitch) Repeat*, join. (35)
Repeat RND’s 6 & 7 until the beanie measures 5 inches tall, ending with RND 6 in White
Ruffled Bottom Trim - Continue with White:
RND 1: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (35)
RND 2: Change to Green - Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 5 dc in next st, *skip next st, 1 sc in next st,
5 dc in next st*, Repeat*, join.
Finish off and weave in any loose ends.
3-6 Months: (15-16” Circumference and 6 Inches Tall)
RND 6: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 7 sts, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next 8 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (39)
RND 7: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (39)
RND 8: Ch 1, 1 dc in same st, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in skipped st*
(Crossed Double Crochet Stitch) Repeat*, join. (39)
Repeat RND’s 7 & 8 until the beanie measures 5.5 inches tall, ending with RND 7 in White
Ruffled Bottom Trim - Continue with White:
RND 1: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (39)
RND 2: Change to Green - Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 5 dc in next st, *skip next st, 1 sc in next st,
5 dc in next st*, Repeat*, join.
Finish off and weave in any loose ends.
Watermelon Beanie
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6-12 Months: (16-18” Circumference and 6.5 Inches Tall)
(Continued from Page 2)
RND 6: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts*
Repeat*, join. (41)
RND 7: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (41)
RND 8: Ch 1, 1 dc in same st, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in skipped st*
(Crossed Double Crochet Stitch) Repeat*, join. (41)
Repeat RND’s 7 & 8 until the beanie measures 6.0 inches tall, ending with RND 7 in White
Ruffled Bottom Trim - Continue with White:
RND 1: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (41)
RND 2: Change to Green - Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 5 dc in next st, *skip next st, 1 sc in next st,
5 dc in next st*, Repeat*, join.
Finish off and weave in any loose ends.
1-2 Years: (18-20” Circumference and 7 Inches Tall)
(Continued from Page 2)
RND 6: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in the next 4 sts, *2 hdc in the next st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc same st as ch 1, join. (42)
RND 7: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next 20 sts*, Repeat*, end with 1 hdc
in same st as ch 1, join. (45)
RND 8: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (45)
RND 9: Ch 1, 1 dc in same st, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in skipped st*
(Crossed Double Crochet Stitch) Repeat*, join. (45)
Repeat RND’s 8 & 9 until the beanie measures 6.5 inches tall, ending with RND 8 in White
Ruffled Bottom Trim - Continue with White:
RND 1: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (45)
RND 2: Change to Green - Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 5 dc in next st, *skip next st, 1 sc in next st,
5 dc in next st*. Repeat*, join.
Finish off and weave in any loose ends.
Child Size 3-10 Years: (19-20” Circumference and 7.5 Inches Tall)
(Continued from Page 2)
RND 6: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in the next 4 sts, *2 hdc in the next st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc same st as ch 1, join. (42)
RND 7: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in the next 5 sts, *2 hdc in the next st, 1 hdc in next 5 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (49)
RND 8: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (49)
RND 9: Ch 1, 1 dc in same st, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in skipped st*
(Crossed Double Crochet Stitch) Repeat*, join. (49)
Repeat RND’s 8 & 9 until the beanie measures 7.0 inches tall, ending with RND 8 in White
Ruffled Bottom Trim - Continue with White:
RND 1: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (49)
RND 2: Change to Green - Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 5 dc in next st, *skip next st, 1 sc in next st,
5 dc in next st*, Repeat*, join.
Finish off and weave in any loose ends.
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Teen: (22-23” Circumference and 7.5 Inches Tall)
(Continued from Page 2)
RND 6: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts, *2 hdc in the next st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc same st as ch 1, join. (42)
RND 7: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in the next 5 sts, *2 hdc in the next st, 1 hdc in next 5 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (49)
RND 8: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 6 sts, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next 6 sts*,
Repeat*, join. (55)
RND 9: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (55)
RND 10: Ch 1, 1 dc in same st, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in skipped st*
(Crossed Double Crochet Stitch) Repeat*, join. (55)
Repeat RND’s 9 & 10 until the beanie measures 7.0 inches tall, ending with RND 9 in White
Ruffled Bottom Trim - Continue with White:
RND 1: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (55)
RND 2: Change to Green - Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 5 dc in next st, *skip next st, 1 sc in next st,
5 dc in next st*, Repeat*, join.
Finish off and weave in any loose ends.
Adult: (22-23” Circumference and 8.0 Inches Tall)
(Continued from Page 2)
RND 6: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts, *2 hdc in the next st, 1 hdc in next 4 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc same st as ch 1, join. (42)
RND 7: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in the next 5 sts, *2 hdc in the next st, 1 hdc in next 5 sts*,
Repeat*, end with 1 hdc in same st as ch 1, join. (49)
RND 8: Ch 1, 1 hdc in same st, 1 hdc in next 6 sts, *2 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next 6 sts*,
Repeat*, join. (55)
RND 10: Ch 1, 1 dc in same st, *skip next st, 1 dc in next st, 1 dc in skipped st*
(Crossed Double Crochet Stitch) Repeat*, join. (55)
Repeat RND’s 9 & 10 until the beanie measures 7.5 inches tall, ending with RND 9 in White
Ruffled Bottom Trim - Continue with White:
RND 1: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 1 sc in next st and each st around, join. (55)
RND 2: Change to Green - Ch 1, 1 sc in same st, 5 dc in next st, *skip next st, 1 sc in next st,
5 dc in next st*, Repeat*, join.
Finish off and weave in any loose ends.
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Hi, my name is Ashley Leither, I am the face and designer behind Ashley Designs
Corner. I am a stay at home mom to two little beautiful girls, who are always on the move. If
I am not playing with my little girls, I am crocheting!
I always wanted to be crafty, and when I discovered Crocheting, it is something I fell in
love with instantly!! I love designing patterns, I love the challenge of coming up with
something new and seeing the end result. Starting with yarn and a hook and then ending with
a beautiful textured hat, blanket or an adorable photography set was amazing.
You can find my patterns on Craftsy, Etsy, Ravelry and My Website.
Craftsy: http://www.craftsy.com/user/pattern/store/633927
Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ashleydesignscorner
Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/designers/ashley-designs
Website: http://www.ashleydesignscorner.com
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Have a question? Email me at: [email protected]
By:
Crochet Rochelle
I love summer and I love wearing flip flops.
And for some summer occasions bare feet
are a must. Dress up those bare feet for a
special occasion with a pair of crocheted
barefoot sandals. Essentially, these crazy
cute little embellishments serve no real
purpose, except to show off a fabulous
pedicure and adorable toes! And I’m
totally okay with that. Wear them alone,
combined with a pair of flip flops, at the
beach, in the pool or hanging out in your
back yard. Color combinations and themes
are endless!
Skill Level: Easy
Photography: Tyson Davis
Materials:
∗ Worsted weight yarn (such as Red
Heart), 100 – 125 yards
∗ Yarn/tapestry needle
∗ Hook size: I/5.50mm
Key:
CH = chain
SC = single crochet
HDC = half double crochet
JOIN = sl st to first stitch of round
MR = Magic Ring (Tutorial in this issue)
RND = Round
SK = skip
SL ST = slip stitch
Gauge: not needed
Measurements: Fits most Child – Adult feet
Notes:
Join your round to the first sc, not your chain.
Change colors as desired.
Add/subtract chains to/from toe loop and ankle straps for larger/smaller sizes, respectively.
Instructions: (Make two.)
First Star:
Rnd 1: MR, ch 1, sc 10 in ring, join.
Rnd 2: *ch 4, sl st to 2nd chain from hook, sc, hdc, skip 1 sc from Rnd 1, sl st to next sc, repeat
from * 4 times.
Toe Loop: sl st to back (wrong side) of star on Rnd 1, chain 15, sl st to Rnd 1 to form toe loop.
(Be sure to position toe loop behind a star “arm”. Refer to image. Increase/decrease chains
here for bigger/smaller toe loop.)
Break yarn, weave ends.
Second Star:
Rnd 1: MR, ch 1, sc 10 in ring, join.
Rnd 2: *ch 3, sl st to star “arm” of first star (refer to image), sl st, sc, hdc, skip 1 sc from Rnd 1,
sl st to next sc, repeat from * once; *ch 4, sl st to 2nd chain from hook, sc, hdc, skip 1 sc from
Rnd 1, sl st to next sc, repeat from * 2 times.
Break yarn, weave ends.
Ankle Straps:
Ch 80, sl st to back of 2nd star (opposite end from toe loop), ch 80. Break yarn, trim.
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Vintage Summer Cuffs
Gifts and bobs
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Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Photography credit: Assam Khalid
Yarn:
Debbie Bliss Rialto Lace in Ecru and Willow, 1 ball each (you will not use the whole ball for
this project), 100% Extra Fine Merino Wool Superwash, 50g, 390m (427yds)
Hook: (letter and #) 2.50mm
Gauge: not important
Finished Measurements: S /L fits average adult
Notes for pattern:
You will be crocheting with the yarn doubled up throughout this project.
You will be working in the round from bottom up then add the bottom lace in the end.
Cuff Base
With green doubled up lace yarn chain 48 (S) or 56 (L) and join with a slip stitch
Round 1: Ch1 and sc in each stitch across (48 or 56 sc)
Round 2: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc in same st, *skip 1 st, 2 dc in next st, * repeat around and join
with a sl st on top of starting ch3
Round 3: ch1, sc in 1st dc from previous round, ch1, *skip 1 dc, sc, ch1,* repeat around and
join with sl st (so basically your sc will be between the 2 dc from previous row)
Round 4: ch3, dc in same st, *skip 1 st, 2 dc in ch1 sp* repeat around and join with sl st
Round 5: ch1, sc in 1st st, *ch1, skip 1 dc, sc in next dc* repeat around and join with sl st
Repeat Round 4 and 5 until you reach your desired length then carry on with the top lace
pattern.
Make sure you end the base on round 5 before you move onto the green lace pattern.
Lace pattern
Green
Round 1: Ch1, sc in same stitch, ch3,
skip ch1 sp, * sc, ch5, skip ch1 sp and
sc, sc in next ch1 sp, ch5, skip sc and
ch1 sp, sc in nxt sc, ch3, skip ch1 sp, sc
in nxt sc* repeat around, substitute last
ch5 with ch2 and 1 dc (dc will join the
round)
Round 2: Ch1, sc in same st (which is
the dc you just finished the previous
round with), * 4 dc in ch3 sp, sc in nxt
ch5 sp, ch5 sc in nxt ch5 sp* repeat
around sl st last ch5 to starting sc of
previous round
Round 3: ch1, * [sc in 1st dc, ch3, sc in nxt dc] repeat 2 more times, (3sc, ch3, 3sc) in ch5
space * repeat around then join with sl st to starting ch1
Cut and weave in yarn. Now move onto the white lace pattern.
Lace pattern
White
You will be working behind the green lace pattern you just made, making the stitches in BLO of
the last round of your green cuff base so here we go join doubled up white lace yarn to the first
stitch of the last round.
Round 1: ch3, dc in every st around (48 sc Small size or 56 sc for large size)
Round 2: Ch1, *sc in same st, ch3, skip 1 st, sc, ch5, skip 2 sts, sc, ch5, skip 2 sts* repeat
around and join with sl st
Round 3: Ch1, sc in same st (which is the dc you just finished the previous round with), * 4 dc
in ch3 sp, sc in nxt ch5 sp, ch5 sc in nxt ch5 sp* repeat around sl st last ch5 to starting sc of
previous round
Round 4: ch1, * [sc in 1st dc, ch3, sc in nxt dc] repeat 2 more times, (3sc, ch3, 3sc) in ch5
space * repeat around then join with sl st to starting ch1
Cut and weave in yarn. Now move onto the bottom lace pattern.
Bottom lace
Join yarn to the beginning of starting round of Cuff Base.
Ch1, sc in same st, * [ch3, dc] in same st, ch1, skip 2 st, sc* repeat around join with sl st to 1st
sc. Cut and weave in yarn.
Red, White & Cute Patriotic Toddler Bikini
By: Shari McGraw
www.entwinemagazine.com
I wanted to make a patriotic swim
suit for my granddaughter to
wear at our annual Independence
Day party we have with our
family and friends. I believe the
instructions will be easy to follow
and fairly quick to wip up.
Difficulty level: Easy-intermediate
Materials:
•
•
Yarn- Crème de La Crème
worsted weight yarn (blue)
Hooks- F (3.75mm), G (4.00mm),
2.75, 2.25
Finished measurement: Size 4/5
Abbreviations:
Rt
Lt
Sl
Sc
Ch
Dc2tog
Dc3tog
Right
Left
Slip Stitch
Single Crochet
Chain Stitch
decrease dc
decrease triple
Top:
Triangle (make 2)
Chain 16 using G (4.00mm) hook
Change to F (3.75mm) hook
Row 1: sc in 2nd st from hook and across 15 sts, turn
Row 2: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 14 sts, turn
Row 3: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 13 sts, turn
Row 4: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 12 sts, turn
Row 5: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 11 sts, turn
Row 6: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 10 sts, turn
Row 7: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 9 sts, turn
Row 8: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 8 sts, turn
Row 9: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 7 sts, turn
Row 10: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 6 sts, turn
Row 11: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 5 sts, turn
Row 12: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 4 sts, turn
Row 13: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 3 sts, turn
Row 14: sc in 2nd st from end, sc across 2 sts, turn
Row 15: sc in 1st st, sc in 2nd st.
Tie off and weave in ends
Work sc around all sides of triangle using the same color;
At corner sc in corner st, ch 1 sc in same st.
Add new color, work sc around all sides of triangle again.
Straps
Use G hook
Sl st into apex (top) of rt triangle, sc desired length to go around neck and attach to the apex (top) of other
triangle (I used 50 sts.)
Sl st into left triangle, turn back sc (50 st) back toward right triangle, repeat the turn until the straps are the
desired thickness. Tie off and weave in ends.
Sl st into outer point of (rt) base, ch 50. Sl st to outer (lt) base of left cup triangle, sc across bottom of lt and
across rt base forming a complete circle. Sc in rounds until desired thickness (2 or 3 more rows of sc).
Tie off and weave in ends.
Bottom:
With Blue yarn Ch 60 using 2.75 hook,
Change hook to 2.25
Row1: insert hook in 4th ch from hook, dc to end of original chain. Turn.
Row2: ch 3, dc in next st and dc to end, turn
Row3: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts, Turn.
Row4: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. Turn.
Row5: ch3, dc3tog, and then dc across, dc3tog in last 3 sts. Turn.
Row6: ch3, dc3tog, and then dc across, dc3tog in last 3 sts. Turn.
Row7: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. Turn.
Row8: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. Turn.
Row9: ch3, dc3tog, and then dc across, dc3tog in last 3 sts. Turn.
Row10: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. Turn.
Row11: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts... Turn.
Row12: ch3, dc3tog, and then dc across, dc3tog in last 3 sts... Turn.
Row13: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. Turn.
Row14: ch3, dc3tog, and then dc across, dc3tog in last 3 sts. Turn.
Row15: ch3, dc2tog, and then dc across, dc2tog in last 2 sts. Turn.
Row16: ch3, dc3tog, and then dc across, dc3tog in last 3 sts. Turn.
Row17-26 ch 1, sc in each st across, turn after each row.
Row27-35: ch1, sc in each st across. Turn.
Row36. ch3, dc in same st, dc in each st across, 2dc in last st. Turn.
Row37: ch3, dc in each st across. Turn.
Row38-42: ch3, dc in same st, dc in each st across, 2dc in last st. Turn.
Fold in half and sew or sl st sides together. Work SC around waist and leg holes with same color.
With 2nd color work sc around waist and leg holes again.
Tie off and weave in ends.
Star:
Sc 5 into magic circle (see tutorial in April issue), pull tight,
sl st into 1st sc to close circle.
Ch 4, sc in 2nd st from hook, dc in next 2 sts, sl st in next st on ring.
Rpt 4 x’s to form 5 pt star.
Tie off and weave in ends.
Magic circle tutorial:
1. Wrap yarn
around fingers
twice
overlapping on
the second
round.
2. Slip hook
under second
wrapped yarn
and yarn over
(yo) and pull
into circle
3. Chain
1
4. Single
crochet (sc)
into circle 6
times
5. Pull the tail
while holding
the last stitch
between your
thumb and
first finger to
close the
circle
6. Slip stitch (sl
st) into first sc
7. 2sc in each
st around
creating 12
stitches
Questons: Contact Shari at [email protected]
Fishing Hat
By: KnotUrGrandMa'sCrochet
Check out my websites
geturhookon. Storenvy.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/KnotUrGrandMasCrochet/194288567275885?ref=hl
Or email me at
[email protected]
This is the perfect fishing hat. You can put your
spare hooks on the brim; connect bobbers along
with any number of fishing paraphernalia.
Size 9-12 months
*This pattern can be made smaller by going down in
hook size*
Difficulty level: Beginner-Intermediate
Materials:
o Hook H
o I love This Yarn - cotton yarn
o Main Color MC - Blue
o Contrasting Color CC - White
o StitchMarkers
Abbreviations:
Sc
BLO
Slp
Sts
sc2tog
decrease
CC
MC
Single crochet
Back loop only
Slip stitch
Stitch
Single crochet
Contrasting color
Main color
Top of Hat:
Using Main Color (Blue):
Round 1: Make a magic ring, 8 sc into the ring, Ch 1.
Round 2: 2 sc in each st around.
Round 3: 1 sc, 2 sc, 1 sc, 2 sc repeat
around slp to join.
Round 4: 1 sc, 1 sc, 2 sc repeat around
slp to join.
Round 5: 1 sc in the next 3 sts, 2 sc
repeat around slp to join.
Round 6: 1 sc in the next 4 sts, 2 sc repeat around slp
to join.
Round 7: 1 sc in the next 5 sts, 2 sc repeat around slp
to join.
Round 8: 1 sc in the next 6 sts, 2 sc repeat around slp
to join.
Round 9: 1 sc in the next 7 sts, 2 sc, repeat around slp
to join.
Round 10: 1 sc on next 8 st, 2 sc in next, repeat around
slp to join.
Round 11: 1 sc on next 9 st, 2 sc in next, repeat around slp to join.
Body of Hat:
Using Main Color
Working in Back Loop Only (BLO)
Round 12: Sc around in BLO, slp to join.
Round 13: Sc 7, sc2tog and repeat to end,
slp to join.
Round 14: Repeat round 13
Round 15-24: Sc in each st around. (50 sts)
Brim
Round 25: Working in BLO, sc, 2 sc in the next, repeat around, slp to join.
Round 26- 29: Sc in each st around.
Edging
Crab stitch: With the right side of the work facing you, working left to right,
insert hook in next stitch to the right. Yarn over, draw yarn through
stitch. Yarn over; draw yarn through 2 loops on hook (1 reverse sc). Repeat
steps 1 - 3 for each stitch that you are making in reverse single crochet
across the row.
Make one round of the crab st for a beautiful edge finish.
Cut and weave in ends.
You can add a strip band around the outside of hat or leave it just plan as is.
Strap Band
Using contrasting color: Ch 61 cut, leave 6inches to use later. Attach MC (Blue) slip st
across to the end. Cut off.
Attach CC and slp st across, cut off.
Tie strings together the weave in ends.
Put around the body of hat.
Enjoy and Get Ur Hook On!!!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Lovey Pattern
By: Blankiesbyjackie
Items needed:
 Red heart super saver yarn, one skein Paddy Green (main color) And either red, blue, orange or
purple small amount of white, brown and black yarn
 G hook, I hook
 Stitch marker (pattern is worked in rounds, DO NOT JOIN) stuffing
 Yarn needle
Abbreviations:
sc- single crochet
inc-increase (2 sc in each
stitch) dec- decrease over two
stitches
MR-magic ring (Tutorial in this issue)
Ch-chain
F/O- fasten off yarn
Rnd-round
st(s)-stitch(es)
dc- double crochet
sk- skip
Head/Neck (use main color and G Hook)
Rnd 1: 6 sc in MR Rnd 2: inc around (12)
Rnd 3: sc, inc repeat around (18)
Rnd 4: sc 2, inc around (24)
Rnd 5: sc 3, inc around (30)
Rnd 6: sc 4, inc around (36)
Rnds 7-13: sc around (36)
Rnd 14: sc 4, dec around
(30)
Rnd 15: sc 3, dec around (24)
Rnd 16: sc 2, dec around
(18) Starts neck, start to stuff
Rnds 17-18: sc around (18)
Rnd 19: sc, inc around (27)
Rnds 20-21: sc around (27)
Rnd 22: sc 2, inc around (36)
Rnds 23-24: sc around (36)
F/O leave a tail for sewing to the middle of the blanket
Arms/Fingers (make two of each with main color and g hook)
This is worked in two parts; they will be connected at the MR's and covered with the elbow pads.
Start with arms 1st part
Rnd 1: 6sc in MR (6)
Rnds 2-9: sc in each st around (6)
F/O Leave tail for sewing to the neck part.
Arms Part 2
Rnd 1: 6 sc in MR (6)
Rnds 2-9: sc in each st around (6)
Rnd 10: inc in each st around (12)
Rnd 11: sc in next st, inc in next st Repeat around (18)
Rnd 12: work over next 4 sts and then work on opposite side, making a finger that is nine stitches.
Work 5 rounds and then dec until finger is closed F/O and weave in end.
Work rnd 12 for other finger, stuff as you go.
Third Finger (make two with main color and g hook)
Rnd 1: 6sc in MR (6)
Rnd 2: sc, inc Repeat around (9)
Rnds 3-7: sc in each st around (9)
F/O leave tail for sewing to the hand
Elbow Pad (make two and two ch's of 4) use brown and g hook
Rnd 1: 6 sc in MR (6)
Rnd 2: inc in eah st around (12)
Rnd 3: inc in the next 3 sts, sc in next 3 sts, inc in next 3 sts, sc in next 3 sts, join to first st with a slip
stitch. Ch4 and F/O
Sew the elbow pad to crook of where the arm parts were sewn together. Use the ch4 to connect to the
other side of the elbow pad around the arm, use one of the other ch 4's for the other end of the elbow
pad. Repeat for other arm.
Mask (use turtle color of choice ie.. red, blue, purple or orange and a g hook)
ch 75, sc in 2nd ch from hook and across, ch1 and turn
sc in next 28 sts, ch4, sk 4sts, sc in next 3 sts, ch4, sk 4 sts, sc in each remaining st to the end, ch1 and
turn
sc across putting 4sc around each ch4, F/O and weave in ends
Tie the mask around the head; sew to the head after you place the eyes behind the mask
Eyes (make two use white and black and g hook)
With white
8sc in MR
Use black to put a line on the eye.
Sew eyes to head behind the mask; sew around the mask to attach it to the head.
You can make your mouth by embroidering with black yarn
Blanket (use I hook and main color as well as the turtle color of choice to match the mask)
Make a MR, dc 3 times, ch2, Repeat in MR 3 times; join to the top of first dc.
Work a dc in each dc around and put 2dc, ch2 2dc in each ch2 space.
Repeat until the blanket is a 24 ¾ in diameter. Adding the last sc round should make the blanket an
even 25X25.
Use turtle color of choice and work one round of sc in each dc around and put 3sc in each ch2 space.
F/O and weave in tails
Assembly:
Sew the arms as mentioned previously with the elbow pads; sew the arms to the neck part.
Sew the mask and face pieces as previously mentioned.
Sew the neck to the middle of the blanket part. Stuff as you sew. Enjoy
your new turtle friend!
You are free to sell finished items made from this pattern. Please don't
sell my pattern or pictures. I would love it if you would post finished
projects on my pages.
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