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post stitch stocking capCrocheted 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.

 

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hyperbolic coral reef scarfCrocheted 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).

 

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Shell and Bar ScarfCrocheted 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.

 

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Crocheted OwlCrocheted Owl

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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