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Three Color Square | Beginner Crochet Video Tutorial | Stitch Explorers Series

Hi everyone! πŸ‘‹πŸΌ Welcome to Stitch Explorers! This week’s stitch is a granny square! ☺. I never do granny squares, but this three color square was calling to me. It’s not a traditional square because it uses treble crochets, and worked a little different than a traditional granny square.

It turned out really beautiful, and I love the colors 😍. Now I think I need to order more of the Scheepjes in these colors so I can make something pretty with these squares. What do you think? A pillow? Scarf? Blanket? ❓

For the tutorial I used Scheepjes Stone-Washed DK in the following colors:

Color A: 818 – Lilac Quartz

Color B: 801 – Moon Stone

Color C: 811 – Deep Amethyst

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Three Color Square


+ Abbreviations


scsingle crochet
trtreble crochet
dcdouble crochet
tr6togtreble six together
ch (s)chain (s)
skskip
sl stslip stitch
yoyarn over
st(s)stitch(es)
* … *repeat from * to * as many times indicated

+ Stitch Guide:


sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st/ch/ch sp, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st/ch/ch sp, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops, until you have one loop left on hook.

tr- treble crochet

yo 2 times, insert hook in indicated st/ch, yo, pull up a loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops* – rep *…* 3 times total until you have 1 loop left on hook.

tr6tog- treble crochet six together

(yo 2 times, insert hook in indicated st/ch, yo, pull up a loop, *yo, pull through 2 loops* – rep *…* twice) – repeat in next 5 stitches. yo, draw through all 7 loops on hook.

notes:

  • Pattern is worked in rounds
  • Full video tutorial at bottom of post

+ Pattern:


Color A: 818 – Lilac Quartz

Color B: 801 – Moon Stone

Color C: 811 – Deep Amethyst

Using A, ch 8, ss in first ch, or create a magic circle.

Round 1:  Ch 7, tr 6 into ring, (ch 3, tr 6 into ring) 3 times, ss in 4th ch of ch-7 from beg of rnd.

Round 2:  ss 1 in each of next 2 ch’s, (ch 5, tr6tog over next 6 tr, ch 5, ss in 2nd ch of ch-3) 4 times, work last ss in same place as 2nd ss from beg of rnd, fasten off A.

Round 3:  Join B with ss in top of next group, *(tr 3, ch 1, tr 3, ch 2, tr 3, ch 1, tr 3) all in the next ch-3 sp from rnd 1, ss in top of next group*, rep *…* 3 more times, work last ss in same as first ss of rnd, fasten off B.

Round 4:  Join A to same place, ch 4, tr 5 in same ss, *skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), (tr 6, ch 2, tr 6) in ch-2 sp at corner, skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), tr 6 in next ss,* rep from*…* two more times, skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), (tr 6, ch 2, tr 6) in ch 2 sp at corner, skip (3 tr, 1 ch, 3 tr), ss in 4th ch of ch-4 from beg of rnd, fasten off.

Round 5:  Join C in  same place, ch 1, sc 1 in ea of next 5 tr, *dc 1 in ch1-sp of rnd 3 below, sc 1 in ea of next 6 tr, sc 3 in ch -2 sp at corner, sc 1 in ea of next 6 tr, dc 1 in ch-1 sp of rnd 3 below, sc 1 in each of next 6 tr*, rep from *…* two more times, dc 1 in ch-1 sp of rnd 3 below, sc 1 in each of next 6 tr, sc 3 in ch-2 sp at corner, sc 1 in each of next 6 tr, dc 1 in ch-1 sp of rnd 3 below, ss in ch-1 at beg of rnd.

Round 6:  Ch 3, dc 1 in each next 13 sts, tr 1 in corner sc, *dc 1 in each of next 23 sc, tr 1 in corner sc*,rep *…* around, then, dc 1 in each sc to beg of rnd, sl st in 3rd ch of ch-3, fasten off.

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What can I make with the Three Color Square?


This square is actually larger than it looks. I used a 3 weight yarn with a 4mm hook, and it measure almost 5.5 ” (13.97 cm). Which is fairly large! So I imagine using a worsted weight yarn or chunky yarn would produce a very large square and so easy to work up a blanket.

Blankets, scarves, cowls, pillow covers, and just about anything you can think of!

Kunik Scoodie is a free pattern here.



Three Color Square Complete Video Tutorial:

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Beanies & Berets Crochet Fall Free Crochet Patterns Scarves & Cowls Wearables

Fuzzy Bee Winterset | Free Crochet Pattern | Stardust Gold Crochet

The Fuzzy Bee 🐝 WinterSet was born out of this beautiful yarn that I found at Hobby Lobby called Tender Touch (which happens to be on sale today, but dang, they are sold out of a lot of colors, so maybe head to the local store nearby?)

I wanted to design a set where each aspect (beanie, hand warmers, cowl) use up 1 skein of yarn! It worked out perfectly (almost!) 🀏, so you will need 4 skeins total. I am absolutely in love with this set. They are created using basic stitches with a beautiful textured striped accent.

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A little bit about the yarn…

Hobby Lobby Tender Touch is a bulky (5) weight yarn, and comes in all sorts of colors, including soft blues, pinks, browns & gray’s. There are so many to choose from. This yarn has been around for a while and I don’t think it’s going anywhere, but just in case, I will post below some great yarn subs!

Yarn subs…

The best place to check for a yarn substitute is at Yarn Sub website here.

A little note about how this pattern is written…

The Beanie:

The brim is worked first, joined, then worked in rounds to top and sewn together. Add a pom pom as you want.

The Hand Warmers:

These are worked in the round, top down, with thumbs added afterwards.

The Cowl:

The cowl is worked flat in rows and buttons attached.

Here is one from my testers! Thank you to all the testers, I really appreciate you working through this pattern with me. Forever grateful πŸ’— πŸ’– πŸ’ž – Isn’t she adorable!!!

Fuzzy Bee Handwarmers – created with Scarfie Yarn

+ Materials:


Suggested Yarn:

Yarn used in sample is Yarn Bee Tender Touch in Suede

Suggested Yarn Details:

100% Acrylic- 3 oz, 135 yds per skein.

Care: see label for instructions.

Yardage Needed: 407 yards (a little over 3 skeins)

Hook Size: 6.5 mm

Measuring tape

Scissors

Darning Needle

Buttons – I got a bag from Michael’s

Yarn Substitution:

Any 5 weight or similar see yarn subs here.


+ Abbreviations:


fsc foundation single crochet
dc double crochet
hdc half double crochet
FPdc front post double crochet
FPtr front post treble crochet
blo back loop only
rep repeat
beg. beginning
sl st slip stitch
st(s) stitch(es)
ch(s) chains(s)
ea each
rnd round
*…* rep instructions between asterisk however many times indicated.

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Fuzzy Bee!

+ Stitch guide:


Stitches in pink are clickable links to a tutorial on how to create the stitch.

sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – rep from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

Special Stitches:

fsc – foundation single crochet

create a slip knot.  ch 2, insert hook in 1st chain.  yo, draw up a loop.  ch 1, yo, draw through both loops on hook.  (2nd st) insert hook in bottom two loops of ch 1.  yo, draw up a loop, ch 1, yo, draw through both loops (2 fsc created).

FPdc – front post double crochet

yo once, insert hook in indicated st (from front to back and out the front again).  *yo and draw through two loops* – rep *…* until only one loop on hook remains on hook.

FPtr – front post treble crochet

yo 2 times, insert hook around indicated st (from front to back and out the front again).  *yo and draw through two loops* – rep *…* until only one loop on hook remains on hook.

Surface Stitch – Please see this video tutorial for help with this stitch

Fuzzy Bee Winterset

+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


  • Beanie is constructed by working the brim first, then working in the round, with turns.
  • Mittens are worked in the round; thumb is added later.
  • See pattern for where to place first st, if not mentioned in pattern, it is made in same as ch.
  • Always skip stitch behind front post stitchess, unless otherwise indicated.
  • Sizing is written in pattern as follows: (S, M, L, XL)

Tips:  You don’t have to work super tight, make sure you meet the gauge. Some of my testers ended up using more yarn than I did, and I’m not super sure why? πŸ™ƒ

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Fuzzy Bee Winterset

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+Skill Level


Beginner to Easy


+ Pattern:


with 6.5 mm hook… using Yarn bee tender touch in suede

Brim:

Row 1: Ch 6, sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook and in st ch across – 5 sc.

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in first sc, sc 1 (blo) in next 3 sts, sc 1 in last st – 5 sc.

Row 3 – 54, 56, 58, 60: repeat row 2, or until it measures (18, 19, 20, 22)”

Join ends with sl st in back loop of front piece and front loop of back piece.

Top of Beanie:

Rnd 1: Ch 1, sc 1 in ea end of row around – 54, 56, 58, 60 sc.

Rnd 2: Ch 2, dc 1 in ea st around, join in first dc – 54, 56, 58, 60 dc.

Rnd 3: Ch 2, *FPdc1, BPdc1* rep *…* around, join in first st, join in first st – 54, 56, 58, 60 sts.

Rnd 4 – X:  Repeat rnd 3 until beanies measures 7, 7.5, 8-8.5, 9” from brim to last row completed.

Tie off leaving a 12” tail for sewing. Flip inside out, and bring together the top portion, sewing all into the center. Leave addition tail for attaching Pom.

(Beanie uses approx. 1 skein plus a tad extra)

Surface stitch where brim meets top of beanie. With RS out, insert hook with sl st attached from bottom to top. Surface stitch around in each hole created by row 1 of sc.

Tie off and weave in tails.

Hand warmers (one size):

Round 1: fsc 20, join in back loop of first fsc – 20 fsc.

Round 2:  Ch 1, sc 1 (blo) in same as ch 1, (mark first sc), sc 1 (blo) in ea st around, join in ch 1 – 20sc.

Round 3:  Repeat 2.

Round 4:  Ch 1, *dc 1 in front loop of round 2, sk 1 st behind st just created, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, join in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 5:  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 6, 7, 8:  Repeat Round 5.

Round 9 (left hand):  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc**, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, ending rep at ** in the 15th st, ch 3, sk 3 sts, FPdc 1 in next st, sc 1 (blo) in last st, join with sl st in ch 1 – 17 sts, (1) ch-3.

Round 9 (right hand):  Ch 1, FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 (blo) in next st, ch 3, sk 3 sts, sc 1 (blo) in next st, *FPdc 1, sc 1 (blo)*, rep *…* around, join with sl st in ch 1 – 17 sts, 1 ch-3.

Round 10 (left hand):  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc**, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, ending rep at ** in the 15th st, sc 1 (blo) in next 3 ch’s, FPdc 1 in next st, sc 1 (blo) in last st, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 10 (right hand):  Ch 1, FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 in back loop in next 5 sts, *FPdc 1, sc 1 (blo), * rep *…* around, join in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 11 (left hand):  Ch 1, *FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 in back loop in next st*, rep *…* around, ending rep at ** in the 16th st, FPdc 1 around next sc, sc 1 (blo) in next st, FPdc 1 around next FPdc, sc 1 (blo) in last st, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Round 11 (right hand):  Ch 1, FPdc 1 around FPdc, sc 1 in back loop in next st, *FPdc 1 around next sc, sc 1 (blo) in next sc* (2 times), FPdc 1 around next sc, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* around, join with sl st in ch 1 – 20 sts.

Rounds 12 – 19:  Repeat round 5.

Round 19:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in ea st around, join in ch 1 with a sl st – 20 hdc.

Round 20:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in ea st around, join in ch 1 – 20 hdc.

Cut tie off, run a simple stitch along the line between Round 1 and Round 2.

Thumbs (optional):  Turn inside out, attach yarn in any stitch around thumb hole.

Row 1: Ch 1, sc 1 in each st around (I had 11 sc), join in first sc – 11 sc.

Row 2: Repeat row 1 in back loop only, don’t join, mark last completed sc – 11 sc.

Row 3 – 4: Begin working in the round, no joins, sc 1 (blo) around until thumb is desired height, tie off, weave in tails, flip right side out.

Cowl:

Row 1: fsc 19

Row 2:  Ch 2, (ch does not count as st), turn, dc 1 (blo) in each st across – 19 sts.

Row 3:  Ch 3 (ch 3 counts as st), turn, *FPdc 1 around next dc below, sk st behind FPdc, dc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep from *…* across, ea st across – 19 sts.

Row 4:  Ch 2, (ch does not count as st). turn, dc 1 (blo) in each st across, making last dc in top of ch from prev row – 19 sts.

Row 5:  Ch 2 (counts as ch 1 and a 1 st), turn, *FPtr 1 around FPdc from row 3, sk st behind FPtr, sc 1 (blo) in next st*, rep *…* to end – 19 sts.

Row 6 – 47: Rep rows 4 & 5.

Row 48 (buttonholes row):

Ch 2, turn, dc 1 (blo) in ea of next 3 sts, ch 1, sk 1, *dc 1 in ea of next 5 sts (blo), ch 1, sk 1* (two times), dc 1 (blo) in each of next 2 sts, and dc 1 in t-ch. – 16 dc, 3 ch-1’s.

Row 49: (remember to sk sts behind FP stitches)

Ch 2, turn, FPtr 1 around FPtr from row 47, sc 1 (blo) in next dc, **sc 1 (blo) of ch 1, sc 1 (blo) in next dc, *FPtr 1 around FPtr from row 47, sc 1 (blo) in next dc* (two times) rep from ** once more, sc 1 (blo) of ch 1, sc 1 (blo) in next dc, FPtr 1 around FPtr from row 47, sc 1 (blo) in next dc – 19 sts.

I was trying to keep this a 3-skein project, but just barely made it.

Row 50: Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in each st across and 1 sc in second ch of ch-2 – 19 sc.

Cut, tie off, weave in all tails.

Attach buttons on opposite side, line them up with the buttonholes.

Congratulations! You’re Finished!

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Coronet Lace Trim Tutorial | Beginner Crochet Video Tutorial | Stitch Explorers Series

Hi everyone! πŸ‘‹πŸΌ Welcome to Stitch Explorers! We are switching up today and going to work a trim! πŸ˜ƒ I absolutely love the look of this trim, it has a classic look that would be wonderful on a table runner, the lining for a bohemian top, or a nice lace for purse or clutch.

I choose this trim today because it is a *very* easy 🀲, comprised of the three basic stitches, single crochet, double crochet & treble crochet, along with a few slip stitches in there. This is a great way if you are a beginner or even a bit advanced to hone your skills and provide some inspiration too!

I don’t know about you, but I love πŸ₯° learning new ways to crochet. Sometimes when I work a new stitch pattern, it gives me ideas on coming up with brand new stitch patterns to incorporate into my designs. Simply by learning new turns in the middle of a row, or different ways to create picots.

I was terrified 😨 of picots, but I love the way they look! This coronet lace trim will be perfect for those home decor projects, and even make a beautiful curtain tie back!

For the tutorial I used Scheepjes Stone-Washed DK in color 801.

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Coronet Lace Trim


+ Abbreviations


sc single crochet
dc double crochet
trtreble crochet
ch (s)chain (s)
skskip
sl stslip stitch
yoyarn over
st(s)stitch(es)
* … *repeat from * to * as many times indicated

+ Stitch Guide:


Colored stitches are clickable and will take you to the video tutorial.

sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – repeat from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

tr – treble crochet

yo twice, insert hook in indicated st.Β  yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* repeat from * to * 3 times.

sl st – slip stitch

insert hook in indicated ch/st, yo, pull through all loops on hook.

notes:

  • Pattern is worked in rows
  • Pattern works in multiples of 7 sts + 1

+ Pattern:


For this tutorial I used I Scheepjes Stone Washed (DK) in color 801

Chain any multiple of 7 sts + 1

Row 1sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook, sc 1 in each of net 5 chs, *ch 7, turn, sk 5 sc, sc 1 in next sc, turn, (sc 6, ch 5, sc 6) in ch-7 sp, sc 1 in each of next 7 foundation ch*, rep from *…*, ending with 1 sc in last foundation ch, turn.

Row 2ch 4, turn, sk first sc, *sk next 6 sc, (dc 1, ch 3, ss 1 in first of the ch 3 just created) 4 times in ch-5 loop, dc 1 in same ch-5 loop, sk 6 sc, tr 1 in next sc*, rep from *…* to end, working last tr in ch 1, fasten off.

Attaching your trim to a finished piece.

  • Using a hook and your yarn, line up pieces, slip stitch together or…
  • Using a darning needle and thread, work through both pieces to attach, working through one loop on each piece which will give it a nice edge or…
  • Join pieces using a surface stitch to create a nice border.

Congratulations! You’re finished!

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Coronet Lace Trim Complete Video Tutorial:

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Crochet Along with Jenny Augenia Lawson | Sunburst Mandala Cushion CAL starts NOVEMBER 10th | Crochet-a-Long-with-US!

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Iris Stitch Tutorial | Beginner Crochet Video Tutorial | Stitch Explorers Series

Hi everyone! πŸ‘‹πŸΌ Welcome to Stitch Explorers! It’s a little cold here 🌨 and I wanted to keep up the stitch tutorials for blankets to keep you πŸ›Œ cozy. I hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween πŸŽƒ! I spent a little time with my grandbaby Sammy and he was terrified! 🀣 He only walked to three houses before he was ready to call it quits and go home. It was super cold though too.

This Iris Stitch is a beautiful stitch comprised of one stitch and chains, with a one-row repeat! πŸ™ŒπŸΌ. I was at the park today and found the most beautiful pansies, and native flowers to use in the photos for this stitch.

This stitch is a wonderful addition to your stitch library, and will work beautifully in scarves, as accent rows for hats, baby blankets, throws, or even a pretty fall cardigan. 😍

For the tutorial I used Scheepjes Stone-Washed DK in color 815.

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Isis Stitch Stitch Explorers

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Iris Stitch

Iris Close Up

+ Abbreviations


fscfoundation single crochet
dcdouble crochet
ch (s)chain (s)
skskip
yoyarn over
st(s)stitch(es)
* … *repeat from * to * as many times indicated

+ Stitch Guide:


Colored stitches are clickable and will take you to the video tutorial.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – repeat from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

fsc – foundation single crochet

create a slip knot.  ch 2, insert hook in 1st chain.  yo, draw up a loop.  ch 1, yo, draw through both loops on hook.  (2nd st) insert hook in bottom two loops of ch 1.  yo, draw up a loop, ch 1, yo, draw through both loops (2 fsc created).

notes:

  • Pattern is worked in rows
  • Pattern works in multiples of 4 sts + 1 (using the fsc) or , multiples of 4 sts + 1, plus 2 for the foundation chain.

+ Pattern:


For this tutorial I used I Scheepjes Stone Washed (DK) in color 815 (green agate).

Pattern using a foundation single crochet to start…

To begin, fsc any multiple of 4 + 1

Row 1:Β  Ch 2, sk 1st and 2nd fsc, *dc 2, ch 1, dc 2* in next fsc, *sk 3 fsc, (dc 2, ch 1, dc 2) in next fsc*, rep from *…* (2 fsc remaining), sk 1 fsc, dc 1 in last , turn –

Row 2:  Ch 3, sk 1st 3 dc, *(dc 2, ch 1, dc 2) in ch 1 sp, sk next 4 dc* rep *…* to end, sk last 2 dc, dc 1 in top ch of ch-3, turn –

Row 3:Β Β  Rep Row 2 until you reach your desired height.

Pattern using a traditional chain to start…

Pattern works in multiples of 4 sts + 1, plus 2 for the foundation chain.

Row 1:  *dc 2, ch 1, dc 2* in 5th ch from hook, *sk 3 ch, (dc 2, ch 1, dc 2) in next ch*, rep from *…* to last 2 chains, sk 1 ch, dc 1 in last ch, turn –

Row 2:  Ch 3, sk 1st 3 dc, *(dc 2, ch 1, dc 2) in ch 1 sp, sk next 4 dc* rep *…* to last 2 dc, sk last 2 dc, dc 1 in t-ch, turn –

Row 3:   Rep Row 2 until you reach your desired height.

Congratulations! You’re finished!

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What can I make with the Iris Stitch?


The sure ease of working this stitch would make it great for blankets in any weight yarn. I think it would look fabulous as an addition for some open-work in between solid areas of a scarf too. You name it! Cowls, scarves, cardigans, and shawls would be amazing with this stitch!

I hope you enjoy this tutorial, and if you have any questions or comments, please leave them below, I would love to talk crochet!

Kunik Scoodie is a free pattern here.



Iris Stitch Complete Video Tutorial:

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Isis Stitch Stitch Explorers
Stitch Tutorials

Surface Stitch | Crochet Video Tutorial | Stitch Explorers Series

Welcome Stitch Explorers! πŸ‚ Hope everyone is having a great week! This weeks tutorial is a simple one that will teach you how to create a surface stitch. I’ve used the surface stitch in several projects and will be releasing a pattern in the next couple of weeks that uses it too (pictured below), so I wanted to get everyone familiar with it prior to releasing the pattern! πŸ’˜

Fuzzy Bee Winterset – Release date November 8th!

What is the surface stitch you ask? It’s a slip stitch that is worked similar to a running stitch (as in sewing), it starts by inserting your hook through the top of the work, grabbing the slip knot, and pulling it through to the surface. Then repeating that in any shape, way, or fashion you’d like!

Here are some examples of how to use a surface stitch, but it isn’t limited to just borders! You can creates words with it too!

This is a great example of using the surface stitch to create contrasting colors. This is a triangle wrap by Lili over at Lilinette Crochet. You can find this pattern here.

Hiedra Triangle Wrap by Lilinette Crochet Pattern is here.

This is a yet unreleased Mandala pattern I created last year (I’ll get around to releasing it one of these days!) As you can see I added a surface stitch to hide some seams and add a bit of contrast.

Here is another example where you can see both the front and the back and how it creates a different design for both sides.

p.s….

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Surface Stitch Video Tutorial at Bottom of Post

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Sequoia Ridge Slouch | Easy Slouchy Beanie | Free Crochet Pattern

It’s that time of year again, cold ❄ blustery weather, hot chocolate β˜•, and warm snuggles πŸ€— all around.Β  I created this pattern last year and want to make it a free one for you lovely makers!

You’ll love working this easy slouchy beanie as a beginner or novice crocheter.  It works up fast and there are so many options to make it your own.

I worked this up in various yarns 🧢, just to show you how versatile the pattern can be.  In addition, I had such wonderful pattern testers for this.  They created some beautiful renditions too!  One of my testers runs a cute Etsy store, you can find her creations at Sparkled and Stitched on Etsy!

The inspiration for this slouch stems from the mighty Flint Ridge caves (They are the longest cave system in North America) and the giant Sequoias.Β  The Sequoias are the tallest, most beautiful trees in the world. I envision hiking trails wearing this beauty.Β  It’s been a while, given I live in the deciduous forest region of the country now (Tennessee).Β  I miss the Sequoias, and hopefully someday I will get back to California.Β  😊

For pattern support, head over to my Facebook group Stardust Gold Crochet & Friends, I’m always there to answer any questions and just talk crochet!

Here are some of the variations… 😍

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I created this in two yarns, both work great to create the look of tweed. The sample in photo is created with Vanna’s Choice.  Although I love the look of it, I recommend using a softener on it, or washing it a few times with conditioner, because it is slightly scratchy.  This is why I am also suggesting I Love This Yarn, in Ivory Tweed.

In Mandala Centaur Yarn
Black Sparkles!
Personal Favorite <3 Love this one!

+ Difficulty:


Easy


+ Materials:


Suggested Yarn:

Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand, Wheat

     Hook size:  5.5 mm (I) hook

     Yardage:  350 yards

I love This Yarn in Ivory Tweed

     Hook Size:  5 mm (H) hook

     Yardage:  250 yards

Scissors

Darning Needle

Ball Jar and 2 Ball Jar Tops – to create pom pom (instructions here)


+ Gauge:


14 sts x 8 rows = 4”x4” or 10 x 10 cm

Directions for gauge:

Ch 14 + 1, hdc 2nd ch from hook, and across chain.  Ch 1, turn, *hdc entire row, ch1 turn* – *repeat* until you 8 rows


+ Sizing


One size fits most – adjustable as follows

Adult/Teen:

As written, the circumference measures average adult, 22″ ( cm).  You can easily customize by reducing or increasing in multiples of 2 to get the perfect size for your unique measurements.

Toddler/Child:

If you’d like to create this beanie for a child, work pattern as normal except stop increasing rounds when you reach 60 stitches.  When you reach the brim instructions, it will decrease to 50 stitches naturally by following the pattern.  One of my testers created a toddler version and it turned out great!


+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


  • Pineapple stitch instructions are in the stitch guide.
  • Chains do not count as stitches.
  • First stitch is made in same space as chain unless otherwise indicated.
  • Work the pineapple stitch loose.
  • Joins are made with slip stitch in first st of each round.
  • Want a larger pineapple stitch?Β  Yo, 4 or 5 times instead of 3 times.
  • Stitch count – don’t fret too much if your count is off.Β  Go back and see if you can find the mistake,Β  if not, work an extra st in or decrease by one stitch if you over-count.
  • Half Triple Crochet Tutorial
  • How to find the Third Loop

You can find the PDF version on Ravelry & Etsy too!

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+ Abbreviations:


hdc half double crochet
htr half triple crochet
hdc2tog half double crochet two together
pine pineapple stitch
st(s) st(is)
ch chain
sc single crochet
sk skip
st stitch
rnd round
*…* *crochet instructions between asterisk* repeated as many times as indicated

+ Stitch guide:


sl st – slip stitch

insert hook in indicated stitch, yo and pull through both loops on hook.

pineapple stitch

sk one stitch, hdc in next st, *yo, insert hook into chain space to the right of hdc, yo, draw up lp* (you are working around the hdc) *repeat* 3 – 5 times (the more loops, the larger the ball) yo, draw through all loops on hook

hdc – half double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through all three loops on hook.

htr – half triple crochet

yo twice, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through two loops, yo, pull through all three loops on hook.

FPhdc – front post half double crochet

yo, insert hook front-to-back around post of stitch from previous row, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through all loops on hook.

BPhdc – back post half double crochet

yo, insert hook from back-to-front around post of indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through all loops on hook.

hdc2tog – half double crochet two together

this is a decrease. yo, insert hook in next st.  yo, draw up a loop.  yo, insert hook in next st, yo draw through all loops on hook.


+ Pattern:


Rnd 1:  ​Magic​ ​Circle.  hdc 10 into magic circle, join – 10 hdc.

Rnd 2:  Ch 1, hdc 2 in​ ​each​ hdc, join – 20 sts.

Rnd 3:  Ch 1, *hdc 1 in next hdc, hdc 2 in the next hdc*, rep *…* around, join – 30 sts.

Rnd 4:  Ch 1, *hdc 1 in each of next 2 hdc, hdc 2 in the next st*, rep *…* around, join – 40 sts.

Rnd 5:  Ch 1, *hdc 1 in each of next 3 hdc, hdc 2 in the next st*, rep *…* around, join – 50 sts.

Rnd 6: Ch 1, (work in 3rd loop) *hdc 1 in each of next 4 sts, hdc 2 in next hdc*, rep *…* around, join – 60 sts.

Rnd 7: Ch 1, (work in 3rd loop) *hdc 1 in each of next 5 hdc, hdc 2 in next hdc*, rep *…* around, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 8: Ch 1, *pineapple stitch, sc 1 in next st*, rep *…* around (sc 1 in last st of rnd if your count is 69 at end of rnd), join – 70 sts.

Rnd 9:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in each hdc, join – 70 hdc.

Rnd 10:  Ch 2, htr 1 (3rd loop) in each hdc around, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 11:  Ch 1, hdc 1 (3rd loop) in each htr of rnd, join – 70 sts

Rnd 12:  Ch 1, hdc 1 (3rd loop) in each hdc around, ​ join – 70 sts

Rnd 13:Β  Ch 1, *pineapple stitch, sc 1 in next st*, rep *…* around, sc 1 in last st of rnd if your count is 69 at end of rnd, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 14:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in each st around, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 15:  Ch 1, htr 1 (3rd loop) in each st around, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 16:  Ch 1, hdc 1 (3rd loop) in each st around, ​ ​join – 70 sts.

Rnd 17:  Ch 1, hdc 1 (3rd loop) in each st around, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 18-22:  Repeat rows 13 – 17

Rnd 23Ch 1, *pineapple stitch, sc 1 in next st* , repeat *…* around, sc 1 in last st of rnd if your count is 69 at end of rnd, ​ join – 70 sts.

Rnd 24Ch 1, hdc 1 in ea st around, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 25:  Ch 1, hdc 1 (3rd loop) in at st around, join – 70 sts.

Rnd 26:  Ch 1, *hdc 1 (3rd loop) in next 5 sts, hdc2tog in next st*, repeat *…* around – 60 sts.

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+ Brim

Rnd 27:   Ch 1, *fphdc 1 in ea of next 2 sts, bphdc 1 in next st*, repeat *…* around – 60 sts. (you don’t have to join or chain at the end of this row, continue working in the round)

Rnd 28:  Repeat R27 until you reach desired rim width.  I worked 2 rows for the sample.

Pom Pom

I created a tutorial on how to create the perfect pom pom using household materials – click here

Congratulations!  You’re finished!

I hope you enjoyed creating this pattern and please share your work with me!

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Fair Isle CAL| Week 4 |Part 6 & 7 | Finishing up!| Crochet along

Fair Isle CAl Part 6 and 7

Welcome to the Fair Isle CAL Week 3 (Part 6 & 7)! I hope everyone is having a great time learning Fair Isle and working the knit stitch! Thanks for joining and here is where we are so far. If you’ve landed here and want to catch up, see the Introduction, then Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 , Part 4, & Part 5, finished up rows 13 – 24 and I posted 24 – 34. No matter where you are, just remember that you can come back and work these parts at any time. They will be left up indefinitely for you.

In this post I am combining parts 6 & 7 because I missed Friday’s post. I am so sorry for that. I lost a dear friend and attended her funeral this week, as well as have been experiencing some personal turmoil. I’m sure you understand. It’s been very difficult to concentrate, and these life changes are just a bit overwhelming at the moment. I am slowly getting back into the swing of things, and hope to get my blog posts up and regular again.

I really appreciate everyone’s support of my blog, and I urge you to please share as much as possible, because it helps keep my blog alive and well.

Sunday| October 13, 2019

  • Continue working Rows 24 – 34 if you haven’t already finished them up!
  • Working rows 34 – 47
  • Working the Brim (video will be posted Wednesday)
  • Adding the Pom Pom
  • Post your Photos to Stardust Gold Crochet & Friends

Scroll down for the remainder of the pattern!

Hope everyone has a great time learning together, and please subscribe to my Stargazers mailing list here to get notified when the new posts and videos go LIVE!

I am so grateful you are all here and hope you are enjoying the crochet along 😁.

Please feel free to ask me questions about it, if there is something you are stuck on or having trouble with, I’m glad to help. You can message me via e-mail to: stardustgoldcrochet@gmail.com, or join my Facebook friends group (link in the blue box below). I am always happy to answer questions and talk crochet! 🧢

For pattern support, please head over to Facebook and join my pattern support group, Stardust Gold Crochet and Friends.

Scroll down for the remainder of the pattern!

The WinStitch Video Series is in its infancy, but you can find the posts here πŸ˜€:

note: If you want to skip forward, you’re welcome to purchase the pattern on Ravelry or Etsy, (use code FAIRISLECAL for a 40% discount on the PDF)  but I will be posting the entire pattern in pieces here over the next 4 weeks, and at the end, I will create a full post with the full written pattern and graphics all in one post.   My hope is that you will keep updated with the posts, and we can all work together here in the CAL.

If you are landing here and want to start from the beginning, please visit the CAL page below where you will find all posts related to this CAL.

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πŸ’Œ Let’s Crochet!

Rows 24 – 34

Rnd 24: Ch 1, (MC) ks 90 (60). Join.
Rnd 25: Ch 1, (MC) ks 90 (60). Join.

Section 2 – Diamond


Rnds 26 – 34: Diamond Graph – as with snowflake graph, for each round, work graph three times, for a total of 90 sts using the ks. Join.

Toddler: work graph 2 times for a total of 60 sts. Join.

Section 3 – Hearts Pattern


Rnds 35 – 44: Heart Graph – as with previous graph, for each round, work graph three times, for a total of 90 sts using ks. Join.

Toddler: work graph 2 times for a total of 60 sts. Join.

Rnd 45: Ch 1, (MC) ks 90 (60). Join.
Rnd 46: Ch 1, (MC) sc2tog to end of rnd – if you end with 3 sts left, sc3tog over last 3 stitches. Join.

Use tail at beginning to sew/join bottom of fsc round.


Finished with top of hat!

+ Assembly:

Assembly of Top of Hat:


Lay flat, with seam in the center. WS out and top side up.

Sew together both pieces as pictured below, working through top loops of the stitches. Draw in the other two corners – to create an X with four corners.

Sew together the two corner you just pulled in. Then do the same with the four corners of the X, drawing them in and sewing to the center. This creates 8 corners.

Keep pulling in and sewing corners to the center, until all the corners are sewed in. Leave a long tail for sewing. It kind of looks like a mish mash, but just keep sewing up all the little holes.

Turn RS out.

Brim:

The brim is where we do all the major sizing. I’ve written instructions on how to work for each size below, but of course, you can work the brim however you’d like. My beanie fits loose, because that is my preference, however, you’re welcome to tighten it up even more.

Adult Medium/Large:

With Bottom of hat facing up, RS out – attach yarn (MC) in st directly to the left of the seam.

Ch 2.  *FPdc2tog (beginning in first post directly below join), sk 1 st post, BPdc2tog* – repeat from * to * to end of round, There should be one post left to work, plus the seam – FPdc2tog around that last post and the seam.  Join, tie off, and weave in tails.

Adult Small:

With Bottom of hat facing up – attach yarn in st directly to the left of the seam.

Ch 2.  *FPdc3tog (beginning in first post directly below join), sk 1 st post, BPdc2tog* – repeat from * to * to end of round.  Depending on how many posts remain, use FPdc2tog to finish off.  Join, tie off, and weave in tails.

Toddler:

Use pattern for Adult Medium/Large.

How does it fit?

I reworked the brim several times over to get a good fit.  If it doesn’t fit properly, you can make the following adjustments to the pattern:

Too big?  

For Medium/Large:  Substitute the FPdc2tog with FPdc3tog.  You can also skip 2 bars instead of just 1. 

Toddler/Small:  Substitute BPdc2tog with BPdc3tog

For Small/Toddler:  Substitute BPdc2tog with BPdc3tog.

Too small?

Don’t skip any stitches and/or replace the any of the front post stitches from FP/BPdc3tog to FP/BPdc2tog.

Follow the adjustments advice if it doesn’t fit, the way you like.  It’s easy to adjust the brim if you work in multiples of 2 or 3. 

Pom Pom is optional as well!  I went ahead and bought some online at Amazon that have a little loop at the bottom, so I can safety pin it when I feel like a pom pom and just take it off when I don’t want one πŸ˜‰.

We are finished!!!

I really hope you enjoyed working this pattern together with me! Please feel free to head over to my Facebook group and share your finished works. I will put together a bit of a giveaway and see what we can come up with!

Other fun stuff you may like…

I was recently published (my first published design!) in the September issue of Happily Hooked magazine 😊.  Go grab a copy here.

If you like to learn new stitches, check out my Saturday Stitch Explorers series! I try to upload one every week! There is always a full video tutorial to accompany the written patterns too. :).


In case you missed it! You can watch the Floating the Yarn tips video below and the other parts of the of the CAL are listed in the first paragraph.

Hope everyone has a great time learning together, and please subscribe to my Stargazers mailing list here to get notified when the new posts and videos go LIVE!

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Fair Isle CAL| Week 3 |Part 5 |Rows 13 – 24| Crochet along

Welcome to the Fair Isle CAL Week 3 (Part 5)! I hope everyone is having a great time learning Fair Isle and working the knit stitch! Thanks for joining and here is where we are so far. If you’ve landed here and want to catch up, see the Introduction, then Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. In Part 4 we started working rows 3 – 12. Some people have already passed that! I will post the next section of the pattern for those who want to skip ahead, but again don’t feel rushed, this week we are going to continue working rows 13 – 23, and on Friday we continue working rows 24 – 34. I posted them below for those who want to skip ahead! πŸ˜‰

Here is where I am so far…

I’ve completed my rows 1 – 12 and working on row 13 now.

Here are some of the finished work so far from the Stardust Gold Crochet & Friends group! Thanks for posting your progress Sofia & Heidi!

Fair Isle Snowflakes & Hearts Beanie by Natalie Dewey Reynolds
Fair Isle Snowflakes & Hearts Beanie by Sofia Sierra

Here is what we will work on this week.

Sunday | October 6, 2019

Friday | October 11, 2019

Hope everyone has a great time learning together, and please subscribe to my Stargazers mailing list here to get notified when the new posts and videos go LIVE!

I am so grateful you are all here and hope you are enjoying the crochet along 😁.

Please feel free to ask me questions about it, if there is something you are stuck on or having trouble with, I’m glad to help. You can message me via e-mail to: stardustgoldcrochet@gmail.com, or join my Facebook friends group (link in the blue box below). I am always happy to answer questions and talk crochet! 🧢

For pattern support, please head over to Facebook and join my pattern support group, Stardust Gold Crochet and Friends.

Scroll down for graph on Rows 13 – 23 and if you want to move ahead rows 24 – 34 are below as well.

The WinStitch Video Series is in its infancy, but you can find the posts here πŸ˜€:

note: If you want to skip forward, you’re welcome to purchase the pattern on Ravelry or Etsy, (use code FAIRISLECAL for a 40% discount on the PDF)  but I will be posting the entire pattern in pieces here over the next 4 weeks, and at the end, I will create a full post with the full written pattern and graphics all in one post.   My hope is that you will keep updated with the posts, and we can all work together here in the CAL.

If you are landing here and want to start from the beginning, please visit the CAL page below where you will find all posts related to this CAL.

#StardustGoldCrochet #FairIlseCAL2019

πŸ’Œ Let’s Crochet!

Rows 13 – 23

On Friday we will begin week rows 24 – 34… but they are also posted below for those who want to skip ahead!

  • Friday, October 11 – keep working the rows below. I will make a post for this again on Friday, with the pattern for
  • Post photos! I’d love to see your work so far! You can post photos in my group on Facebook here.

Rows 24 – 34

Rnd 24: Ch 1, (MC) ks 90 (60). Join.
Rnd 25: Ch 1, (MC) ks 90 (60). Join.

Section 2 – Diamond


Rnds 26 – 34: Diamond Graph – as with snowflake graph, for each round, work graph three times, for a total of 90 sts using the ks. Join.

Toddler: work graph 2 times for a total of 60 sts. Join.

Other fun stuff you may like…

I was recently published (my first published design!) in the September issue of Happily Hooked magazine 😊.  Go grab a copy here.

If you like to learn new stitches, check out my Saturday Stitch Explorers series! I try to upload one every week! There is always a full video tutorial to accompany the written patterns too. :).


In case you missed it! You can watch the Floating the Yarn tips video below and the other parts of the of the CAL are listed in the first paragraph.

Floating the Yarn Tips 🧢

If this video does not play properly, please click here and it will take you to YouTube.

Hope everyone has a great time learning together, and please subscribe to my Stargazers mailing list here to get notified when the new posts and videos go LIVE!

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Pin it!



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Take me to the freebies!

I want to learn new stitches!


I’d love to see your work! Use hashtags on FB & IG

#stardustgoldcrochet #fairilseCAL2019

Thanks for stopping by and making beautiful things with me, PLEASE SHARE AND PIN! IT’S HOW I KEEP MY PATTERNS FREE!

If you’d like to collaborate with me, please send me a message or leave a comment, I would love to work with you!

All photos and pattern are property of Stardust Gold Crochet.

Feel free to sell items created from this pattern, but please do not copy, distribute, or sell this pattern as your own.

This post contains affiliate links, if you happen to purchase from my links, I will earn a few cents :). Thank you for that!

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