Crocheted Post Stitch Stocking Cap (Crochet)
The pattern shows two versions (same yarn, different colorways). The hat is stretchy and will fit heads from 20” to 25” comfortably.
Materials: Fingering weight or sock yarn, approximately 440 yards total. I used 2 balls of Jojoland Melody (220 yds, 100% superwash wool fingering weight) for each hat. Pictured here is Color #26.
Size G-6 (4mm) hook or size to obtain gauge.
Gauge: At end of Round 3, piece should measure 3 ¼” across. If it is larger, change to a smaller hook, or if piece is smaller, switch to a larger hook.
Crocheted Hyperbolic Coral Reef Scarf
Size: 140” long in varying widths
Materials: 3 balls Zitron Trekking XXL, Color No. 104 (Shales of Blue and Teal), 100 grams/459 yards each. Total of 1,377 yards, sock yarn, 75% superwash wool, 25% nylon; 25 locking stitch markers
Crochet Hook Size G-6 (4 mm) (or any size you’d like – there’s really no gauge restriction here, so you may just make stitches that you like).
Crocheted Shell and Bar Scarf
Scarf Size: 6 ¼” x 80”.
Materials: Jojoland Ballad No. 428 (or other fingering or sock weight yarn) 4 balls at 220 yards per ball (total yardage 880 yards).
Size G-6 (4 mm) hook.
Gauge: Work first few row of scarf. It should measure 6 ¼” across. If it is significantly larger, change to a smaller hook; or if it is much smaller, switch to a larger hook.
Stiches: Utilizes front post and back post double crochet, which are described in the pattern.
Materials: 3 balls of Schoppel Wolle Ambiente sock yarn, color Heckenrosen, 100% virgin wool, 155 m (170 yds) per ball; small amount of black sock-weight yarn
1 small bag of fiber fill (I bought a big bag and have lots left for making more owls).
Sizes G-6 (4 mm) and D-4 (3.25 mm) crochet hooks – gauge isn’t terribly important for this project but you will need one hook a few sizes smaller than the other.
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