Nov 22, 2011

Cooler Days, yay:)

Winter is almost here :) (oh yeh I am super happy about it - it was way too hot in here). Things are so busy around here that I get little to no blogging at all. My creative space has to do mostly with crocheting. This is the only thing I can get done without my tiny one destroying it he he.
I have several new project I want to photo and share with you, but for now - since I am happy about my days getting cooler :) here is few shawls I made finally for myself.

This was actually, was one of my very first projects I did when I self learned to crochet, and turned out to be one of my fave scarf to wear. I had to fix some it this week :).

This one I also wear as a scarf, loves how quickly I get warm with it.

And, this is very first actual adult super size :-D shawl, I couldn't resist this pattern when I first saw it. Very fun to crochet at cooler nights <3.

<3 <3 <3 
Soon to come - my 3 yrs blog b-day Giveaway:)

Much love

Nov 5, 2011

Blackberry salad cowl Crochet Free Pattern

This pattern is very easy to adjust to your own wanted length and size. This is basically making the blackberry salad stitch all along :).
Youe can wear it as a short cape, collar, wrapped cowl, anyway you like it.




Adding more ch to casting for making cowl longer, add more rows for thicker one.
Use any yarn / hook to achieve your wanted result.
Enjoy it :)

ch 120 and slst with 1st st to form a loop (make sure you have it right side and not twisted)
you can ch less or more depending on your wanted cowl length as long as it is in multiple of 4.

Row 1: ch3 (count as 1dc), 1dc into each ch to end, turn.

Row 2: ch3, 1dc into each of first 2sts, *work tr5tog into next st, 1dc into next 3sts; rep from* all the way.

repeat rows 1,2 for wanted length.

finishing: sc into each ch to the end for both last row, and casting ch as well.

**(For my cowl I used hooke size 3.5mm, and I made 16 pattern stitch rows.)

Note: Please follow my COPYCAT info, do as you please, but do add a proper link to this blog page, THANK YOU! Also, this
pattern has not been tested, so if you find any mistakes or typos,
please let me know so that I can fix it.

Much love
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