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Simple Squiggle Beanie… Free Crochet Pattern!!!

Simple Squiggle Beanie… Free Crochet Pattern!!!



A super simple one stitch technique and self- striping yarn create this Simple Squiggle Beanie… Easy to make and fun to wear! One skein of Caron Cakes makes two beautiful beanies!!! This is a great beanie to give as a gift, you can make it in team colors, manly colors, colors for your favorite little one or your best friend… Of course, one for you too…

This fun, textural beanie has a rolled brim that happens naturally.. The pom pom is optional, and leaving it off shows off the fun swirl top!


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A simple one stitch pattern brings this Simple Squiggle Beanie to life with an unusual texture!

And a fun twist… The inside of the stitching looks simalar to knitting!


Materials:

Yarn ~ 190 yards of worsted weight yarn, 1 Caron Cake will make 2. I used the color Blueberry Kiwi.

Hook ~ K or hook to meet gauge

Yarn needle and scissors


Size:

20″ around un-stretched and 8 1/2″ top to bottom of rolled brim. This fits slightly snuggly. To adjust, you can add or subtract stitches and rows.


Gauge:

2″ x 2″ = 8 Fpsc x 8 rows


Stitches:

St – Stitch

Ch – Chain

Sl St – Slip Stitch

Fsc – Foundation Single Crochet

Fpsc – Front Post Single Crochet

Dec – Decrease(working 2 sts into one)


Instructions:

*Tip- Try to work with slightly loose tension.

Round 1: Make 80 Fsc (leaving 12″ tail), join with sl st being careful not to twist work.

Round 2-28: Ch 1, Fpsc around each st around. You will not be joining, just continue to work around for 28 rounds( this helps not leave a seam). = 80 Fpsc in each round.

Round 29: Ch 1, Fpsc around 80 sts, join with sl st(you will now join each round), = 80 Fpsc

Round 30: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 8 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 72 Fpsc

Round 31: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 7 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 64 Fpsc

Round 32: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 6 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 56 Fpsc

Round 33: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 5 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 48 Fpsc

Round 34: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 4 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 40 Fpsc

Round 35: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 3 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 32 Fpsc

Round 36: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 2 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 24 Fpsc

Round 37: Ch 1, *Fpsc around the next 1 sts, Dec Fpsc*, repeat *to* around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 16 Fpsc

Round 38: Ch 1, Dec Fpsc around, join with sl st to beginning Fpsc post. = 8 Fpsc

Finish off leaving 12 ” tail

With yarn needle, weave tail in and out of the last 8 sts of round 38 and draw closed. Secure and weave in end.

Working with beginning tail, use yarn needle to secure and finish off.

Make Pom Pom if desired and secure to top of beanie.

Congratulations, you now have a Simple Squiggle Beanie… I hope you love yours as much as I do!!!


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Happy Crocheting!!

Elena


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Simply Shells Scarf… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Simply Shells Scarf… Free Crochet Pattern!!

Simply Shells Scarf

The Simply Shells Scarf is a quick and easy 2 row repeat pattern!  Using Caron Cakes Self Striping Yarn, this does all the color work for you… Whip this up as a gift or just for yourself!

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Materials:

383 yards  – Cakes worsted weight yarn in Red Velvet

J hook

Size: 

6″ x 82″ Blocked

Stitches: 

Ch – Chain

Sk – Skip

St – Stitch

Sl St – Slip Stitch

Sc – Single Crochet

Dc – Double Crochet

Shell – 5 dc in designated st

X- St – Sk st, dc in next st, dc in previous sk st

Instructions:

Ch 21

Row 1:  Sc in 2nd ch from hook and each across. = 20 sc

Row 2:  Ch 3(counts as dc now and throughout), turn, sk 1 st, *shell in next st, sk st, X st, sk 1 st*, repeat *to* 2 more times, shell in next st, sk st, dc in last st. = 4 shells, 3 X sts & 2 dc

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc in next st, *ch 1, sk 2 sts, sc in next st, ch 1, sk 2 sts, sc in next 2 sts*, repeat *to* 2 more times, ch 1, sk 2 sts, sc in next st, ch 1, sk 2 sts, sc in last st. = 12 sc & 8 ch 1 sp

Row 4:  Ch 3, turn, *sk ch 1, shell in next sc, sk ch 1, x st in next 2 sc’s* repeat *to* 2 more times, sk ch 1, shel in next sc, sk ch 1, dc in last st. = 4 shells, 3 Xst & 2 dc

Rows 5-50: Repeat rows 3 & 4

Row 51: Repeat row 3

Row 52:  ch 1, turn, sc in each st and sp across. = 20 sc

Edge:

Row 1:  Ch 1, turn, *sc in st, ch 8, sl st in same st*, repeat *to* across. = 20 ch 8 loops

Finish off

Join yarn with sl st on opposite end

Repeat Row 1

Finish off

Block scarf into shape


Congratulations!!  You now have a Simply Shells Scarf!!

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Happy Crocheting!!

Elena


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Irish Pub Shawl… Free Crochet Pattern

Irish Pub Shawl… Free Crochet Pattern

Irish Pub Shawl

 

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For a wee bit of Irish fun… 2 Caron Cakes in Blueberry Kiwi will make this stunning Irish Pub Shawl…  Perfect to wrap around your shoulders while you are out and about with friends!!

Simple repetitive stitching and the self striping yarn does all the work for you!!  Best of all this is another Free Crochet Pattern!

Grab your hook and yarn and let’s get started!!

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Materials:

2 Caron Cakes in Blueberry Kiwi(or your favorite color) total 765 yards worsted weight yarn

K Hook

Stitches:

Ch – Chain     Sl St – Slip Stitch     Sp – Space     St – Stitch     Sk – Skip     Sc – Single Crochet      Dc – Double Crochet     Trc – Treble Crochet

Foundation Single Crochet.. Click here for a video tutorial by our friend at Moogly

Cluster Stitch: *YO, insert hook in specified st and draw up loop, YO, draw through 2 loops on hook*, repeat 3 more times, YO, draw through all 5 loops on hook.

Size:

70″ x 21″ after blocking


Instructions:

Part 1~

Make 145 Foundation Sc

Row 1:  Ch 3(counts as dc now and throughout), turn, dc in each st across. = 145 dc

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across. = 145 sc

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *ch 3, sk 2 sts, cluster in next st, ch 3, sk 2 sts, sc in next st*, repeat *to* across. = 25 sc, 48 ch 3, 24 clusters

Row 4, Ch 5(counts as dc + 2sts now and throughout), turn, sc in top of next cluster, *ch 2, dc in next sc, ch 2, sc in top of next cluster*, Repeat *to* across, ch 2, dc in last st. =25 dc, 48 ch 2, 24 sc

Row 5:  Ch 1, turn, *sc in dc, 2 sc in  next ch 2sp, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next ch 2sp*, repeat *to* across ending with a sc in the 3rd ch of the ch 5.  = 145 sc

Rows 6-45: Repeat rows 1-5

Row 46: Repeat row 1

Row 47:  Repeat row 2

Finish off

Part 2~ Only done on one edge

Working along one of the short edges of the shawl in the end of the rows –

Join with sl st in the side of the last st worked in row 47,

Row 1:  Ch 1, sc 67 sts evenly across the end of rows to the opposite edge. = 67 sc

Row 2:  Ch 3, turn, dc in each st across. = 67 dc

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across. = 67 sc

Row 4:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *ch 3, sk 2 sts, cluster in next st, ch 3, sk 2 sts, sc in next st*, repeat *to* across. = 12 sc, 11 clusters, 22 ch3 sp

Row 5:  Ch 5(counts as dc + 2sts now and throughout), turn, sc in top of next cluster, *ch 2, dc in next sc, ch 2, sc in top of next cluster*, Repeat *to* across, ch 2, dc in last st. = 12 dc, 11 sc, 22 ch2 sp

Row 6:  Ch 1, turn, *sc in dc, 2 sc in  next ch 2sp, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next ch 2sp*, repeat *to* across ending with a sc in the 3rd ch of the ch 5.  = 67 sc

Rows 7 – 31: Repeat rows 2-6

Row 32:  Repeat row 2

Row 33:  Repeat row 3

Row 34:  Ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st, *sk 2 sts, 5trc shell in next st, sk 2 sts, sc in next st*, repeat *to* across. = 12 sc & 11 5trc shells.

Finish off

Lay out into shape and block

Congratulations… You now have an Irish Pub Shawl!!!!


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