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JANUARY 2011 / VOLUME 24, NO. 1
IN EVERY ISSUE
EDITORS CHOICE
10 DENIM MARBLE
HOODED JACKETThis
classicpeacoat,workedfrom
thetopdowninluscious,
lightweightyarn,features
aprettycrossed-shellstitch
patternthatcreatesitsown
decorativebottomedging.
EASY AS 1-2-3
14 SUPER-EASY
FINGERLESS MITTS Even
beginnerscanmakethesequick,
cozymittswithease.Theylook
greatasis,oryoucandress
themupwithfancieryarnsand
prettybuttonsforaclassierlook.
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padsmightposearisk.
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BRACELET Metallicbraidin
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GAUGE
Size J hook:3crossedshells=4inches
Size K hook:3crossedshells=5inches
Taketimetocheckgauge.
PATTERN NOTES
Thisjacketisworkedfromthetopdown
sothatthedecorativepointsofthestitch
formthebottombordersofback,front
andsleeves.
Becauseofthewidthofthestitch,the
shapingisdoneprimarilybychanging
hooksizeandaddingchainsbetween
repeats.
Whenworkingthecrossedshells,always
crossinfrontofthestitchesjustmadeand
besuretopullupa-inchloop.
Afterthefirstrow,thegroupof3dcis
alwaysworkedincenterdcofgroupfrom
previousrow.
Chain-3atbeginningofrowcountsas
firstdoublecrochetunlessotherwise
stated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECIAL STITCHES
Long double crochet (lng dc):Yo,insert
hookinplaceindicated,pullup-inchlp,
[yo,pullthrough2lpsonhook]twice.
Crossed shell:3dcinplaceindicated,ch
3,gobackto2ndskdcorch,3lngdcin
frontof3dcjustworked.
Beginning half crossed shell (beg half
crossed shell):Ch 3(see Pattern Notes),
3dcinsamedc.
End half crossed shell:4dcinlastst.
PATTERN
Row 1:Workedinmultipleof8plus10
chs,3dcin7thchfromhook,ch3,go
backto4thchfromhook,crossinginfront
oflast3dcworked,3lng dc(see Special
Stitches)in4thchfromhook,*sknext2
chs,dcinnextch**,sknext4chs,3dcin
nextch,ch3,gobackto3rdskch,cross-
inginfrontoflast3dcworked,3lngdc
in3rdskch,repfrom*across,endinglast
repat**,turn.
Row 2:Beg half crossed shell(see Spe-
cial Stitches),scinnextch-3sp,[sknext5
sts,crossed shell(see Special Stitches)in
nextdc,scinnextch-3sp]acrossending
withend half crossed shell(see Special
Stitches) inlastst,turn.
Row 3:Ch3,*sknext5sts,crossedshell
innextdc**,scinnextch-3sp,repfrom
*across,endinglastrepat**,dcinlast
st,turn.
Reprows2and3forpattern.
JACKET
Back
Row 1:Begatshoulder,withsizeJ[K,J,
K]hook,ch82[82,90,90],workrow1of
Pattern.
Next rows:Reprows2and3ofPattern
alternatelyuntilpiecemeasures8[8,9,
9]inchesfrombeg,endingwithrow2
ofPattern.
Armhole Shaping
Next row:Ch6,4dcin4thchfromhook,sk
last2chs,dcinfrstdc,sknext5sts,crossed
shellinnextst,scinnextch-3sp,continue
DENIM MARBLE
HOODED JACKET
WORKED FROM THE TOP DOWN IN LUSCIOUS LIGHT WEIGHT YARN,
THIS CLASSIC PEACOAT FEATURES AN UNUSUAL CROSSED-SHELL
STITCH PATTERN THAT CREATES THE DECORATIVE EDGING ON THE
BOTTOM. THE BUTTON-ON HOOD IS EASILY REMOVABLE.
D E S I G N B Y MA R G A R E T H U B E R T
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
Instructionsgivenfitsizesmall;
changesformedium,largeandX-large
arein[].
FI NI SHED GARMENT MEASUREMENTS
Bust:36inches(small)[38inches
(medium),40inches(large),44inches
(X-large)]
MATERI ALS
Kertzer/James C. Brett
Marblelight(DK)weight
acrylicyarn(3 oz/238 yds/100g
perball):
9[9,10,11]balls#10
denims
Sizes I/9/5.5mm, J/10/6mm and
K/10/6.5mm crochet hooks or sizes
neededtoobtaingauge
Tapestry needle
-inchclearbuttons:6
Stitch markers
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inpatternacross,droplpfromhook,join
(see Pattern Notes)separatestrandintopof
laststonlastrow,ch6,fasten of,pickup
droppedlp,sknext2chs,4dcinnextch,sk
next2chs,dcinlastch,turn.
Next rows:ContinueworkinginPattern
untilpiecemeasures6inchesfrombegof
ArmholeShaping,endingwithrow2of
Pattern.(10 [10, 11, 11] crossed shells)
Next rows:WithsizeJ[K,K,K]hook,
continueworkinginPatternuntilpiece
measures12inchesfrombegofArmhole
Shaping.
Next row:Ch3,[sknext5sts,crossed
shellinnextst,ch1,scinnextch-3sp,
ch1]across,endingwithdcinlastst,
turn.
Next row:Beghalfcrossedshell,[ch1,
scinnextch-3sp,ch1,sknext5sts,
crossedshellinnextst]across,withend
halfcrossedshellinlastst,turn.
Next rows:Replast2rowsuntilpiece
measures23 [25,26,27]inchesfrom
beg.Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Right Front
Row 1:Begatshoulder,withsizeJ[K,J,K]
hook,ch26[26,34,34],workrow1of
Pattern.(2 half crossed shells, 3 [3, 4, 4]
crossed shells)
DENI M MARBLE HOODED JACKET
Next rows:WorkinPattern
untilpiecemeasures2 [3,3,
3]inchesfrombeg,endingat
armholeedgeandrow3.
Neck Shaping
Next row:Ch3,workinPat-
ternacrosstoneckedge,turn.
Next row:Ch34[34,34,34],
4dcin4thchfromhook,*sk
next2chs,dcinnextch,sk
next5chs,crossedshellin
nextch,repfrom*3times,sk
next5sts,crossedshellinnext
st,scinnextch-3sp,workin
patternacross,turn.(6 [6, 7, 7]
crossed shells)
Next rows:ContinueinPattern
untilpiecemeasuressameas
BackuptoArmholeShaping8
[8,9,9]inches.
Armhole Shaping
Next row:Ch6,4dcin4thchfromhook,
sklast2chs,continueinpatternacross,
turn.(7 [7, 8, 8] crossed shells)
Next rows:ContinueworkinginPattern
untilpiecemeasures6inchesfrombegof
ArmholeShaping.
Next rows:WithsizeJ[K,K,K]hook,
continueworkinginPatternuntilpiece
measures12inchesfrombegofArmhole
Shaping.
Next rows:ContinueinPattern,adding
ch1beforeandafterscasonBack,until
piecemeasuressameasBack.Atendof
lastrow,fastenoff.
Left Front
WorksameasRightFront,reversing
allshaping.
SewShoulderseams.
Sleeve
Make 2.
Row 1:Begattop,withsizeJ[K,K,K]hook,
ch66[66,74,82],workrow1ofPattern.
(2 half crossed shells, 7 [7, 8, 9] crossed shells)
Next rows:WorkinPattern,workingthe
addedch-1beforeandaftersc,untilpiece
measures3 inches.
Next rows:WorkinPattern,omitting
ch-1beforeandaftersc,untilpiecemea-
sures10[10,11,12]inchesfrombeg.
Next rows:WithsizeJ[J,J,J]hook,
continueinPatternuntilpiecemeasures
13[13,14,15]inchesfrombeg.
Next rows:WithsizeI[I,I,I]hook,
continueinPatternuntilpiecemeasures
15[16,16,17]inchesfrombeg,
workinglastrow(2dc,ch3,2lngdc)
foreachcrossedshell.Atendoflastrow,
fastenoff.
Collar
Row 1:WithsizeIhookforallsizes,
ch114[114,122,122],workrow1of
Pattern.(2 half crossed shells, 13 [13, 14,
14] crossed shells)
Next rows:WithsizeKhookforallsizes,
continueinPatternuntilpiecemeasures
5 [5,6,6]inchesfrombeg.Atend
oflastrow,fastenoff.
Hood
Row 1:Begatbackedge,withsizeIhook
forallsizes,ch130[130,138,138],work
row1ofPattern.(2 half crossed shells,
15 [15, 16, 16] crossed shells)
Next rows:ContinueinPatternfor2rows.
Next rows:WithsizeKhookforallsizes,
continueworkinginpatternuntilpiece
measures12[12,13,13]inchesfrombeg.
Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Foldinhalf,sewbackseam.
TurnbackfrontofHood2inchesandsew
inplace.
Bottom Hood Trim
Row 1: Beforebeg,mark5buttonholesas
follows:1atcenterbackseam,1ateach
end,1halfwaybetweencentermarker
andendmarkers,workinginendofrow1,
joinwithscinfirstrow,3scinendofeach
rowacross,turn.
Row 2: Ch1,scinfirstst,[ch2,sknextsc
(buttonhole),scineachstacrosstonext
marker]across,scinlastst,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scineachstacrosswithscin
eachch-2sp.Fastenoff.
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Front Edging
WithRSfacingandsizeJhook,joinwithscatbottomofRight
Front,evenlyspscacross,3scincorner,evenlyspscacross
neckedge,3scincorner,evenlyspscdownLeftFrontedgeto
bottom.Fastenof.
Finishing
FoldSleevesinhalf,pinfoldofSleevetoshoulderseam,
sewinplace.
SewSleeveandSideseams.
MarkcenterbackofneckandCollar,mark4inchesinfrom
eachfrontedge;sewCollarinplace.
Sew5clearbuttonsonJacket,placingbuttons1atcenter
backofneck,1ateachside2inchestofrontofshoulder
seam,centeringrem2buttonsbetweensewn-onbuttons.
SewrembuttononLeftFrontunderCollar.
Blockinghighlytexturedstsisusuallynotrecommended.
Ifblockingisneeded,laygarmentfatonpaddedsurface,spritz
lightlywithwater,patgentlywithhands,allowtodryfat.C!
14 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
7rowsonCuff=2inches
Gaugeisnottooimportantforthisitem.
PATTERN NOTES
Chain-3atbeginningofroundcounts
asfirstdoublecrochetunlessotherwise
stated.
Chain-2atbeginningofroundcounts
asfirsthalfdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.

SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
Onesizefitsmost
MATERI ALS
Red Heart Super Saver
medium(worsted)weight
acrylic yarn (solid: 7 oz/364 yds/198g
per skein; multi: 5 oz/244 yds/141g;
perskein):
1skeineach#4313aranfleckand
#312black
Size H/8/5mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
SUPER-EASY
FINGERLESS MITTS
D E S I G N B Y MI C H E L L E N E P P E R
EASY AS
1-2-3
THESE COZY, QUICK-TO-STITCH MITTS ARE EASY ENOUGH FOR
BEGINNERS TO MAKE BUT ARE FUN FOR ANY SKILL LEVEL. USE A MORE
LUXURIOUS YARN OR ADD BUTTONS FOR A FANCIER LOOK.
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MI TTS
Left Hand
Cuf
Row 1:Withblack,ch9,scin2ndchfrom
hookandineachchacross,turn.(8 sc)
Row 2:Workinginback lps(see Stitch
Guide) onremrows,ch1,scineachst
across,turn.
Rows 324:Ch1,scineachstacross,
turn.Do not fasten off.
Sewrows1and24togformingtube.
Rnd 25:Nowworkinginrndsandinends
ofrow,pickuplp,ch1,evenlysp24sc
around,join(see Pattern Notes) inbegsc.
Fastenoff.(24 sc)
Hand
Rnd 1:Joinaranfeckinfrststofround25
ofCuf,ch 2(see Pattern Notes),hdcineach
staround,joinin2ndchofbegch-2,turn.
Rnd 2:Ch2,hdcineachstaround,joinin
2ndchofbegch-2,turn.
Rnd 3:Ch 3(see Pattern Notes),dcineach
staround,joinin3rdchofbegch-3.
Rnds 4 & 5:Reprnd2.
Rnd 6 (inc):Ch3,dcinsamest,dcineach
staroundwith2dcinlastst,joinin3rdch
ofbegch-3,turn.(26 dc)
Rnds 7 & 8:Ch2,hdcineachstaround,
joinin2ndchofbegch-2,turn.
Rnd 9:Ch3,dcineachofnext18sts,ch
3,sknext3sts(thumb opening),dcin
eachoflast4sts,joinin3rdchofbeg
ch-3,turn.
Rnd 10:Ch2,hdcineachofnext4sts,
3hdcinnextchsp,hdcineachstaround,
joinin2ndchofbegch-2,turn.
Rnds 11 & 12:Ch2,hdcineachstaround,
joinin2ndchofbegch-2.Atendoflast
rnd,fastenoff.
Edging
Joinblackinfirststoflastrnd,*ch3,scin
3rdchfromhook,sknextst**,scinnext
st,repfrom*around,endinglastrepat
**,joininbegslst.Fastenoff.
Right Hand
Cuf
WorksameasCuffonLeftHand.
Hand
Rnds 18:Reprnds18ofHandon
LeftHand.
Rnd 9:Ch3,dcineachofnext3sts,ch3,
sknext3sts(thumb opening),dcineach
staround,joinin3rdchofbegch-3,turn.
Rnd 10:Ch2,hdcineachofnext18sts,
3hdcinnextch-3sp,hdcineachoflast
4sts,joinin2ndchofbegch-2,turn.
Rnds 11 & 12:Ch2,hdcineachstaround,
joinin2ndchofbegch-2.Atendoflast
rnd,fastenoff.
Edging
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CARING &
SHARING
BUTTERFLY
HOT OR COLD PACK
THIS CHEERFUL BUTTERFLY PACK FILLED WITH CORN KERNELS
CAN BE HEATED IN THE MICROWAVE OR FROZEN TO HELP SOOTHE
ACHES AND PAINS. ITS ESPECIALLY IDEAL FOR USE IN NURSING
HOMES WHERE ELECTRIC HEATING PADS CAN BE DANGEROUS.
D E S I G N B Y B E N DY C A R T E R
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GAUGE
34sc=4inches;41scrows=4inches
PATTERN NOTES
ForHotPack:Heatcorn-filledbagin
microwaveonhigh2minutes;thenplace
insidecase.Bagtemperaturewillbe
approximately120to140degrees.
ForColdPack:Putcorn-filledbagin
freezerfor2hours;thenplacebag
insideCase.
Whenworkingfromchart,right-siderows
areworkedfromrighttoleftandwrong-
siderowsareworkedfromlefttoright.
Eachsquareonchartequals1single
crochet.
Carryunusedyarnlooselyacrossbackof
workifunusedcolorwillbeusedagainin
7stitchesorless.
Beforebeginning,makesmallballof
eachcolor.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
Surface stitch (surface st): Holding
yarnatbackofwork,inserthookbetween
rowsandsts,yo,pulllpthroughtotop
andlponhook.
BAG
WithRSoffabricpiecestog,making
-inchseam,sewfabricpiecestog,leav-
ing3-inchopeningon1sideedge.
TurnfabricRSout.FillBag23fullofcorn.
Sewopeningclosed.
CASE
Back
Row 1:Withfudgebrown,ch71,scin2nd
chfromhookandineachchacross,turn.
(70 sc)
Rows 264:Ch1,scineachstacross,
turn.Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Front
Row 1:Withforestgreen,ch71,scin2nd
chfromhookandineachofnext6chs
changing colors(see Stitch Guide and
Pattern Notes) tofrostygreeninlastst,
[scineachofnext7chschangingtofor-
estgreeninlastst,scineachofnext7
chschangingtofrostygreeninlastst]
4times,scineachoflast7sts,turn.
Note:Row 1 on chart is now complete.
Rows 264:Ch1,scineachstacross
changingcolorsasindicatedonChart
(see Chart on page 50),turn.Atendoflast
row,fastenoff.
Finishing
Worksurface sts(see Special Stitch)
accordingtoChart.
WithWSofFrontandBacktog,workingin
sts,endsofrowsandinstartingchonop-
positesideofrow1andthroughallthick-
nesses,joinfudgebrownwithscintop
rightcorner,evenlyspscacrosstop,left
sideandbottomedgeswithch1ateach
corner,leavingremedgeopen.Fastenoff.
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6 x8 inches
MATERI ALS
Aunt Lydias Classic Crochet size 10
crochetcotton(350ydsperball):
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#661frostygreen,#423
maize,#401orchidpink,
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Sewing needle
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THE HANDI WORK MI NI STRY
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GAUGE
Ring=1 inchesacross
PATTERN NOTES
UsecolorsasdesiredwhenworkingRings,
BorderandEdging.
Chain-3atbeginningofroworround
countsasfirstdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindictedunless
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GAUGE
Size H hook Textured Pattern:15sts=
4inches;12rows=4inches
Taketimetocheckgauge.

PATTERN NOTES
Chain-2atbeginningofroworround
countsasfirsthalfdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
TEXTURED PATTERN
Row 1 (RS):Scin3rdchfromhook,[dcin
nextch,scinnextch]across,endingwith
hdcinlastch,turn.
Pattern row:Ch 2(see Pattern Note),
[scinnextsc,dcinnextdc]across,ending
withscinnextsc,hdcinlastst,turn.
Reppatternrowforpattern.
JACKET
Back
Row 1:WithsizeHhook,ch66[74,82,
90,98,104,112],workrow1ofTextured
Pattern.(65 [73, 81, 89, 97, 103, 111] sts)
Rows 25:Workpatternrow.
Waist Shaping
Dec row:Ch1,hdc dec(see Stitch Guide)
infirst2sts,workinpatternacrosswith
hdcdecinlast2sts,turn.(63 [71, 79, 87,
95, 101, 109] sts)
Next rows:Workdecroweveryotherrow
3times.(57 [65, 73, 81, 89, 95, 103] sts at
end of last row)
Next rows:Workpatternrowuntilpiece
measures7[7,7,7,7,7,8]inches
frombeg,endingwithWSrow.
Bust Shaping
Inc row:Ch2,hdcinsamest,workinpat-
ternacrossendingwith2hdcinlastst,
turn.(59 [67, 75, 83, 91, 97, 105] sts)
Next rows:Workincroweveryotherrow
twice,thenevery4throwonce.(65 [73,
81, 89, 97, 103, 111] sts at end of last row)
Next rows:Workpatternrowuntilpiece
measures15 inchesfrombeg,ending
withWSrow.
Armhole Shaping
Next row (RS):Slstineachoffirst5[7,
8,9,10,11,11]sts,ch2,workinpattern
acrossleavinglast4[6,7,8,9,10,10]sts
unworked,turn.(57 [61, 67, 73, 79, 83,
91] sts)
Next row:Slstineachoffrst3[4,5,5,6,
6,7]sts,ch2,workinpatternacross,leav-
inglast2[3,4,4,5,5,6]stsunworked,
turn.(53 [55, 59, 65, 69, 73, 79] sts)
Next rows:Dec1stateachendofevery
row1[2,3,7,8,9,12]time(s),thenevery
otherrow2[2,2,1,1,1,0]time(s).(47 [47,
49, 49, 51, 53, 55] sts at end of last row)
Next rows:WorkPatternrowuntilpiece
measures22[22,22,23,23,23,23]
inchesfrombeg,endingwithWSrow.
First Shoulder Shaping
Next row: WorkPatternrowacrossfirst
11[11,12,12,13,14,15]sts,leavingrem
stsunworked,turn.
Next rows:Workpatternrowuntilpiece
measures23[23,23,23,24,24,24]
inchesfrombeg,endingwithWSrow.At
endoflastrow,fastenoff.
2nd Shoulder Shaping
Next row:WithRSfacing,sknext25sts
onlastrowofArmholeShaping,join(see
Pattern Notes)innextst,ch2,workin
patternacross,turn.
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
Instructionsgivenfitsizesmall;
changesformedium,large,X-large,
2X-large,3X-largeand4X-largeare
in[].
FINISHED GARMENT MEASUREMENTS
Bust (Buttoned): 35 inches
(small)[39inches(medium),43
inches(large),47 inches(X-large),
52inches(2X-large),54inches
(3X-large),58inches(4X-large)]
MATERI ALS
Knit One, Crochet Too Wick
medium (worsted) weight soy/
polypropyleneyarn
1
(1 oz/120
yds/50g per ball):
14[14,15,16,16,17,18]balls
#676ocean
Sizes G/6/4mm and H/8/5mm
crochethooksorsizeneededto
obtaingauge
Tapestry needle
Stitch markers
THIS JACKET IS A GREAT GO-TO PIECE FOR ALL SEASONS. THE
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CREATES A CLEAN LOOK WITH FIGURE-FLATTERING LINES.
TRANSITIONAL JACKET
D E S I G N B Y ME L I S S A L E A P MA N
SLIP INTO STYLE
1
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SIZED TO
4X
Next rows:Workpatternrowuntilpiece
measures23[23,23,23,24,24,24]
inchesfrombeg,endingwithWSrow.At
endoflastrow,fastenoff.
Left Front
Row 1:WithsizeHhook,ch16[20,24,
28,32,34,38],workrow1ofTextured
Pattern.(15 [19, 23, 27, 31, 33, 37] sts)
Row 2:Workpatternrow.
Lower Front Shaping
Next row:Ch6,scin3rdchfromhook,
dcinnextch,scinnextch,dcinnextch,
workinpatternacross,turn.(20 [24, 28,
32, 36, 38, 42] sts)
Next row:Workeveninpattern,turn.
Next row:Ch4,scin3rdchfromhook,
dcinnextch,workinpatternacross,turn.
(23 [27, 31, 35, 39, 41, 45] sts)
Waist Shaping
Next row:Ch1,hdcdecinfirst2sts,
workinpatternacross,turn.(22 [26, 30,
34, 38, 40, 44] sts)
Next row:Ch3,dcin3rdchfromhook,
workinpatternacross,turn.
Next row:Ch1,hdcdecinfirst2sts,
workinpatternacross,turn.
Next row:Ch3,scin3rdchfromhook,
workinpatternacross,turn.
Next row:Ch1,hdcdecinfirst2sts,
workinpatternacross,turn.
Next row:Ch3,scin3rdchfromhook,
workinpatternacross,turn.
Next row:Ch1,hdcdecinfirst2sts,
workinpatternacross,turn.
Next rows:Maintainingestablishedpat-
tern,workinpatternacrossinc1stat
frontedgeeveryrow3times,thenevery
otherrowonce.(29 [33, 37, 41, 45, 47,
51] sts at end of last row)
Next row:Workeveninestablishedpat-
ternuntilpiecemeasures7[7,7,7,
7,7,8]inchesfrombeg,endingwith
WSrow.
Bust Shaping
Next rows:Continueinestablishedpattern,
inc1statarmholeedgeeveryrow3times,
22 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
TRANSI TI ONAL JACKET
andtheneveryotherrowonce.(33 [37, 41,
45, 49, 51, 55] sts at end of last row)
Next rows:Workpatternrowuntilpiece
measures15 inchesfrombeg,ending
withWSrow.
Armhole Shaping
Next row (RS):Slstineachoffirst5[7,
8,9,10,11,11]sts,ch2,workinpattern
across,turn.
Next row: Ch2,workinpatternacross
leavinglast2[3,4,4,5,5,6]sts
unworked,turn.
Next rows:Dec1statarmholeedgeev-
eryrow1[2,3,7,8,9,12]time(s),then
everyotherrow2[2,2,1,1,1,0]time(s).
(24 [24, 25, 25, 26, 26, 27] sts at end of
last row)
Next rows:Workpatternrowuntilpiece
measures20[20,20,20,21,21,21]
inchesfrombeg,endingwithRSrow.
Neck Shaping
Next row:Slstineachoffirst9[9,9,9,9,
8,8]sts,ch2,workinpatternacross,turn.
Next row:Workinestablishedpattern
across,leavinglast3stsunworked,turn.
Next rows:Dec1statneckedgeevery
rowtwice.(11 [11, 12, 12, 13, 14, 15] sts
at end of last row)
Next rows:Workinpatternuntilpiece
measuressameasBacktoshoulders.
Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Right Front
WorksameasLeftFrontexceptreverse
allshaping.
Sleeve
Make 2.
Row 1:WithsizeHhook,
ch40[40,44,44,50,50,
50],workrow1ofTex-
turedPattern.(39 [39,
43, 43, 49, 49, 49] sts)
Next rows:Workpat-
tern,inc1stateachend
ofevery4throw3times,
thenevery6throw3
times,workingnewsts
intopatternastheyac-
cumulate.(51 [51, 55,
55, 61, 61, 61] sts at end
of last row)
Next rows:Workevenin
establishedpatternun-
tilpiecemeasures12
inchesfrombeg,ending
withWSrow.
Cap Shaping
Next row:Slstineach
offirst5[7,8,9,10,11,
11]sts,ch2,continue
inestablishedpattern
across,leavinglast4
[6,7,8,9,10,10]sts
unworked,turn.
Next rows:Workingin
patterndec1stateachendofeveryother
row5[7,7,8,8,9,9]times,thenevery
row7[3,4,2,4,2,2]times.(19 [19, 19,
19, 19, 19, 19] sts at end of last row)

Next row (RS):Slstineachoffirst3sts,
ch2,workinpatternacross,leavinglast2
stsunworked,turn.
Next row:Replastrow.Fastenof.(11 [11,
11, 11, 11, 11, 11] sts)
17/2 [19/2, 21/2, 23/4, 26, 27/2, 29/2]"
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SLEEVE
10/2 [10/2, 11/2, 11/2, 13, 13, 13]"
Soft yarn created with exclusive pill-resistant acrylic
ber for projects that look new wash after wash.
Unique prints.
Rich solids.
Washable. Dryable. Wearable.
INTRODUCING
A SMILE IN EVERY STITCH
Visit www.premieryarns.com for free crocheted
afghan pattern shown here and much more!
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Finishing
Sewshoulderseams.
FoldSleeveinhalflengthwise,placefoldatshoulderseam,
sewinplace.
RepwithremSleeve.
SewsideandSleeveseams.
Body Edging
Rnd 1:Workinginendsofrows,instsandinstartingchof
oppositesideofrow1,withsizeGhook,joinwithscinlower
right-sideseam,evenlyspscaround,joininbegsc.
Rnd 2:Workingfromlefttoright,ch1,reverse sc(see Stitch
Guide)ineachstaround,joininbegreversesc.Fastenoff.
Place3markersonLeftFrontasfollows:firstmarkeratbegof
Frontneckshaping,secondmarker6inchesbelowfirstmarker
andlastmarkerevenlyspbetweenthefirst2.
Sleeve Edging
Rnd 1:Workinginstartingchonoppositesideofrow1,with
sizeGhook,joinwithscatseam,scineachcharound,joinin
begsc.
Rnd 2:Workingfromlefttoright,ch1,reversescineachst
around,joininbegreversesc.Fastenoff.
ReponremSleeve.
Button
Make 3.
Rnd 1:WithsizeGhook,ch3,slstinfirstchtoformring,ch1,
6scinring,joininbegsc.(6 sc)
Rnd 2:Ch1,2scineachstaround,joininbegsc.(12 sc)
Rnd 3:Ch1,scinfirstst,2scinnextst,[scinnextst,2scin
nextst]around,joininbegsc.(18 sc)
Rnd 4:Ch1,scineachstaround,joininbegsc.
Rnd 5:Ch1,sc dec(see Stitch Guide)infirst2sts,scinnextst,
[scdecinnext2sts,scinnextst]around,joininbegsc.(12 sc)
Rnd 6:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,[scdecinnext2sts]around,
joininbegsc.Leavinglongend,fastenoff.
Insertbitofyarnscrapsforstuffing,weavelongendthrough
topofstsonlastrnd,pulltoclose.Secureend.
SewButtonstoLeftFrontatmarkers.
Button Loops
WithsizeGhook,joinwithslstonRightFrontopposite
Button,ch12,joininbegslst.Fastenoff.
Repforrem2ButtonLoops.C!
SLIP INTO STYLE
SIZED TO
2X
X-STITCH
TOPPER
D E S I G N B Y A N N E . S MI T H
JANUARY 2011 CROCHETMAGAZINE.COM 25
GAUGE
17patternsts=5inches;10rows=
4inches
Taketimetocheckgauge.
PATTERN NOTES
Chain-3atbeginningofroworround
countsasfirstdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCHES
Cross-stitch (cross-st):Sknext2sts,dc
ineachofnext2sts,dcinfirstskstthen
in2ndskst.
Decrease (dec): Sc dec (see Stitch Guide)
in2stsanddc dec(see Stitch Guide) in2
stsfordcrows.
BODY PATTERN
Row 1:Anymultiple,ch 3(see Pattern
Notes),dcineachscacross,turn.
Row 2:Ch1,scineachdcacross,turn.
Reprows1and2forBodyPattern.
LACE PATTERN
Row 1:Multipleof4stsplus2sts,ch 3
(see Pattern Notes),cross-st(see Special
Stitches)across,endingwithdcinlastst,
turn.
Row 2:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Reprows1and2forLacePattern.
TOPPER
Back
Row 1:Ch69[75,84,93,102],scin2nd
chfromhookandineachchacross,turn.
(68 [74, 83, 92, 101] sc)
Next rows:WorkBodyPattern5[5,3,5,
3]times.
Dec row: Dec(see Special Stitches),work
inpatternacrosswithdecinlast2sts,
turn.
Next rows:Repdecrowevery6th[6th,
6th,3rd,3rd]row2[2,3,4,5]times.
(62 [68, 75, 82, 89] sts at end of last row)
Next rows:WorkeveninBodyPattern
untilpiecemeasures12[12,12,12,
12]inches,endingwithrow1ofBody
Pattern.
Armhole Shaping
Next row: Slstineachoffirst4[4,5,6,
7]sts,workinBodyPatternacross,leav-
inglast4[4,5,6,7]stsunworked,turn.
Next rows:Workdecrow4[6,7,8,9]
times.(46 [48, 51, 54, 57] sts at end of
last row)
Next rows:WorkeveninBodyPattern
untilpiecemeasures19 [19,20,
21,22]inchesfrombeg,endingwith
dcrow.
First Shoulder Shaping
Row 1:Ch1,scineachoffirst4[5,6,8,
9]dc,leavingremstsunworked,turn.
Row 2:Ch3,dcdecinnext2sts,dcin
eachoflast1[2,3,4,6]sts.Fastenoff.
2nd Shoulder Shaping
Row 1:Skcenter38[38,39,38,39]stson
Back,joinwithscinnextst,scineachof
next3[4,5,7,8]sts,turn.
Row 2:Ch3,dcineachstacross,ending
withdcdecinlast2sts.Fastenoff.
Front
Make 2.
Row 1:Ch11,scin2ndchfromhookand
ineachchacross,turn.(10 sc)
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
Instructionsgivenfitsizesmall;
changesformedium,large,X-largeand
2X-largearein[].
FI NI SHED GARMENT MEASUREMENTS
Bust:36inches(small)[40inches
(medium),44inches(large),48inches
(X-large),52inches(2X-large)]
MATERI ALS
Malabrigo Yarn Merino
Worstedmedium(worsted)
weightmerinowoolyarn
1
(3 oz/
210 yds/100g per hank):
5[6,7,8,9]hanks#97cuarzo
Size I/9/5.5mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
Tapestry needle
78-inchsilverfiligreeshankbutton
Stitch markers
STITCHED IN GORGEOUS KETTLE-DYED WOOL, THIS CLASSY JACKET
FEATURES A UNIQUE STAIR STEPS DESIGN AT THE LOWER FRONT
EDGES, AND A LACE-AND-CABLE X-STITCH PATTERN ALONG THE
FRONT EDGES AND AROUND THE NECK.
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 52
1
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wool yarn (31 oz/155 yds/100g per ball): 7 [9, 10,
11,13]ballscolorofchoice
26 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
Size G hook:16hdc=4inches;13hdc
rows=4inches
Taketimetocheckgauge.
PATTERN NOTES
Vestisdesignedtobewornslightly
openatbustandwillstretchwhenworn.
Vestisworkedfrom
sidetoside.
EachrowoftheBody
usesmorethan
1color.
Useseparateballof
yarnforeachcolor.
Donotcarryyarn
acrosswrongside.
Alwayschangecolor
inlaststitch.
Frontsdonotmeetat
centerfront.
Workingmoreor
fewerrows(inches)
inSidePanelsorFront
Panelswillenablethe
widthofgarmentto
bechanged
ifdesired.
Joinwithslipstitch
asindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
Foundation half
double crochet
(foundation hdc):
Ch2,yo,inserthook
in2ndchfromhook,
yo,pulllpthrough,
yo,pullthrough1
lponhook(ch-1
completed),yo,pull
throughalllpson
hook(hdc completed),
[yo,inserthookinlastch-1made,yo,pull
lpthrough,yo,pullthrough1lponhook
(ch-1),yo,pullthroughalllpsonhook
(hdc)]numberoftimesstated.
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
Instructionsgivenfitsizesmall;
changesformedium,large,X-large,
2X-largeand3X-largearein[].
FINISHED GARMENT MEASUREMENTS
Bust:35 inches(small)[40inches
(medium),43 inches(large),
47 inches(X-large),52inches
(2X-large),55inches(3X-large)]
Length:20inches(small)[21
inches(medium),22inches(large),
23inches(X-large),24inches
(2X-large),24inches(3X-large)]
MATERI ALS
NaturallyCaron.com
Countrymedium(worsted)
weight acrylic/merino wool yarn
(3oz/185 yds/85g per ball):
2[2,2,3,3,3]ballseach#0019
vicuna(A),#0024black(B),
#0018spicehouse(C)and
#0020lodenforest(D)
Sizes G/6/4mm and H/8/5mm
crochethooksorsizeneededto
obtaingauge
Tapestry needle
1-inchbutton
-inchshankbuttons:6
Stitch markers
NINE EASY PANELS WORKED SIDE TO SIDE WITH HALF DOUBLE
CROCHET STITCHES AND SIMPLE COLOR CHANGES CREATE A FINISHED
PIECE THAT IS FLATTERING, FASHIONABLE AND TOTALLY FABULOUS.
KIMONO VEST
D E S I G N B Y D I A N E MOY E R F O R C A R O N I N T E R N AT I O N A L
SLIP INTO STYLE
SIZED TO
3X
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 53
VEST
Back
Row 1:WithsizeHhookandA,work
foundation hdc(see Special Stitch)28
[30,32,34,36,36]timeschanging col-
or(see Stitch Guide and Pattern Notes)to
Binlastst,foundationhdctwicechang-
ingtoCinlastst,foundationhdc48[50,
52,54,56,56]times,changingtoBin
lastst,foundationhdctwice,turn.(80
[84, 88, 92, 96, 96] foundation hdc)
First Section
Row 2 (WS):WithsizeGhookandB,ch1,
hdcineachoffrst2stschangingtoC,hdc
ineachofnext48[50,52,54,56,56]hdc
changingtoB,hdcineachofnext2hdc
changingtoA,hdcineachhdcacross,turn.
Row 3:WithA,ch1,hdcineachoffirst
28[30,32,34,36,36]hdcchangingtoB,
hdcineachofnext2hdcchangingtoC,
hdcineachofnext48[50,52,54,56,56]
hdcchangingtoB,hdcineachoflast2
sts,turn.
Next rows:Reprows2and3alternately
untilpiecemeasures6 [7,8,8,9,
10]inchesfrombeg,endingwithrow2.
Divider
Row 1 (RS):WithA,ch1,hdcineachof
first28[30,32,34,36,36]hdcchanging
toB,hdcineachoflast52[54,56,58,60,
60]hdc,turn.FastenoffC.
Row 2:WithB,ch1,hdcineachoffirst
52[54,56,58,60,60]hdcchangingtoA,
hdcineachoflast28[30,32,34,36,36]
hdc,turn.
2nd Section
Row 1 (RS):WithA,ch1,hdcineachof
first28[30,32,34,36,36],hdcchanging
toB,hdcineachofnext2hdcchanging
toD,hdcineachofnext48[50,52,54,
56,56]hdcchangingtoB,hdcineachof
last2sts,turn.
Row 2:WithB,ch1,hdcineachoffirst
2hdcchangingtoD,hdcineachofnext
48[50,52,54,56,56]hdcchangingtoB,
hdcineachofnext2hdcchangingtoA,
hdcineachhdcacross,turn.
BERRY
DELICIOUS
PULLOVER
D E S I G N B Y ME L I S S A H O R O Z E WS K I
SLIP INTO STYLE
SIZED TO
3X
JANUARY 2011 CROCHETMAGAZINE.COM 29
GAUGE
13sc=4inches;17scrows=4inches
Taketimetocheckgauge.
PATTERN NOTES
Chain1tocloseberrystitchdoesnot
countasstitch.
Allberrystitchesareworkedon
wrongside.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECIAL STITCH
Berry stitch (berry st):Yo,inserthook
inplaceindicated,yo,pulllpthrough,yo,
pullthrough1lponhook,yo,inserthook
insameplace,yo,pulllpthrough,yo,pull
through1lponhook,yo,pullalllpson
hook,ch1toclose.
PULLOVER
Back
Row 1:Ch62[68,74,80,86,92,98]scin
back bar(see illustration)of2ndchfrom
hookandinbackbarofeachchacross,
turn.(61 [67, 73, 79, 85, 91, 97] sc)
Row 2:Ch1,scinfirstst,[berry st(see
Special Stitch)innextst,slstinnextst]
across,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scinfirstst,[slstinnext
berryst,scinnextslst]across,turn.
Row 4:Ch1,scineachoffirst2sts,[berry
stinnextst,slstinnextst]acrosstolast
3sts,scineachoflast3sts,turn.
Row 5:Ch1,scineachoffirst6sts,[slst
innextberryst,scinnextst]across,scin
lastst,turn.
Row 6:Ch1,scineachoffirst1[7,3,9,
1,7,1]st(s),*[berrystinnextst,slstin
nextst]4times,scineachofnext4[4,6,
6,6,6,8]sts,repfrom*across,turn.
Row 7:Ch1,scineachoffirst5[5,7,7,
7,7,9]sts,*[slstinnextberryst,scin
nextst]4times**,scineachofnext4[4,
6,6,6,6,8]sts,repfrom*across,ending
lastrepat**,scineachoflast0[6,2,8,
0,6,0]sts,turn.
Row 8:Ch1,scineachoffirst2[8,4,10,
2,8,2]sts,*[berrystinnextsc,slstin
nextst]3times**,scineachofnext6[6,
8,8,8,8,10]sts,repfrom*across,end-
inglastrepat**,scineachoflast5[5,7,
7,7,7,9]sts,turn.
Row 9:Ch1,scineachoffirst6[6,8,8,
8,8,10]sts,*[slstinnextberryst,scin
nextst]3times**,scineachofnext6[6,
8,8,8,8,10]sc,repfrom*across,ending
lastrepat**,scineachoflast1[7,3,9,
1,7,1]st(s),turn.
Row 10:Ch1,scineachoffirst3[9,5,
11,3,9,3]sts,*[berrystinnextst,slst
innextst]twice**,scineachofnext8[8,
10,10,10,10,12]sts,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,scineachoflast6
[6,8,8,8,8,10]sts,turn.
Row 11:Ch1,scineachoffirst7[7,9,9,
9,9,11]sts,*[slstinberryst,scinnext
st]twice**,repfrom*across,endinglast
repat**,scineachoflast2[8,4,10,2,
8,2]sts,turn.
Row 12:Ch1,scineachoffirst4[10,6,
12,4,10,4]sts,berrystinnextst,slstin
nextst**,scineachofnext8[8,10,10,
10,10,12]sts,scineachofnext10[10,
12,12,12,12,14]sts,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,scineachoflast7
[7,9,9,9,9,11]sts,turn.
Row 13:Ch1,scineachoffirst8[8,10,
10,10,10,12]sc,*slstinnextberryst,sc
innextst**,scineachofnext10[10,12,
12,12,12,14]sts,repfrom*across,end-
inglastrepat**,scineachoflast3[9,5,
11,3,9,3]sts,turn.
Row 14:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Waist Shaping
Row 15:Ch1,sc dec(see Stitch Guide)
innext2sts,scineachstacross,turn.
(60 [66, 72, 78, 84, 90, 96] sc)
Next rows:Replastrow16[17,17,18,
18,19,19]times.(44 [49, 55, 60, 66, 71,
77] sc at end of last row)
A PRETTY BERRY-STITCH DESIGN IN A REVERSE PYRAMID PATTERN
ACCENTS THE V-NECKLINE OF THIS LUSCIOUS PULLOVER. SMALLER
BERRY PYRAMIDS CREATE A MIRROR IMAGE ON THE HEMLINE AND
FLARED CUFFS.
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
InstructionsgivenftsizeX-small;
changesforsmall,medium,large,
X-large,2X-largeand3X-largearein[].
FI NI SHED GARMENT MEASUREMENTS
Bust:30 inches(X-small)[33
inches(small),37 inches(medium),
42 inches(large),45 inches
(X-large),49inches(2X-large),51
inches(3X-large)]
MATERI ALS
Sublime Yarns Cashmere
MerinoSilkDKlight(DK)
weight extra-fine merino wool/silk/
cashmereyarn
1
(1 oz/127 yds/
50gperball):
10[11,12,14,16,18,19]balls
#167MissScarlet
Size G/6/4mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
Tapestry needle
Stitch markers
Back Bar of Chain
1
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30 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
Next rows:[Reprow14]12times.
Next row:Ch1,scineachstacrosswith
2scinlastst,turn.(45 [50, 56, 61, 67, 72,
78] sc)
Next rows:Replastrowuntilthereare
52[58,64,72,80,86,92]sc.
Bust Shaping
X-Small, Small, Medium &
Large Sizes Only
Next rows:Work9[9,9,7]rowseven.
X-Large, 2X-Large & 3X-Large
Sizes Only
Next row:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachstacross,turn.([79, 85, 91] sc)
Next rows:Replastrow[6,6,8]times.
([73, 79, 83] sc at end of last row)
Armhole Shaping
All Sizes
Row 1:Slstineachoffirst2[2,3,3,3,3,
4]sts,scineachstacross,leavinglast2
[2,3,3,3,3,4]stsunworked,turn.
(48 [54, 58, 66, 67, 73, 75] sc)
Row 2:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 3:Slstineachoffirst2[2,2,2,2,3,
3]sts,scineachstacross,leavinglast2
[2,2,2,2,3,3]stsunworked,turn.
(44 [50, 54, 62, 63, 67, 69] sc)
Row 4:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 5:Slstineachoffirst2[2,2,2,2,2,
3]sts,scineachstacross,leavinglast2
[2,2,2,2,2,3]stsunworked,turn.
(40 [46, 50, 58, 59, 63, 63] sc)
Next rows:Reprow4untilpiecemea-
sures6 [6,6,7,7,7,7]inchesfrom
begofArmholeShaping.
X-Small, Small & Medium
Sizes Only
Fastenoff.
Large, X-Large, 2X-Large &
3X-Large Sizes Only
Next row:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachstacross,turn.
Next rows:Replastrow[7,7,9,9]times.
([50, 51, 53, 53] sc at end of last row)
Next rows:Workevenuntilpiecemea-
sures[8,9,9,9]inchesfrombegof
ArmholeShaping.Atendoflastrow,
fastenoff.
Front
WorksameasBacktoBustShaping.
Bust Shaping
X-Small, Small & Medium
Sizes Only
Next rows:Work3evenrows.
Large, X-Large, 2X-Large &
3X-Large Sizes Only
Next row:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachstacross,turn.
Next rows:Replastrow[0,0,0,2]times.
([71, 79, 85, 89] sc at end of last row)
Bodice Berry Stitch
All Sizes
Row 1:Ch1,skfirstst,scineachofnext
24[27,30,34,38,41,43]sc,berrystin
nextst,slstinnextst,scineachstacross,
leavinglaststunworked,turn.(50 [56,
62, 69, 77, 83, 87] sts)
Row 2:Ch1,skfrst1[1,1,0,0,0,0]st(s),
scineachofnext24[27,30,34,38,41,
43]sts,slstinnextberryst,scineachst
across,turn.(49 [55, 61,69, 77, 83, 87] sts)
Row 3:Ch1,scineachoffirst22[25,
28,32,36,39,41]sts,[berrystinnext
st,slstinnextst]3times,scineachst
across,turn.
Row 4:Ch1,scineachoffirst22[25,
28,32,36,39,41]sts,[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextslst]3times,scineachst
across,turn.
Row 5:Ch1,skfrstst,scineachofnext
BERRY DELI CI OUS PULLOVER
16 [17/4, 19/2, 22, 22/2, 24, 25/2]"
19 [20/2, 22/2, 24, 26, 28, 30]"
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32 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
Size J hook & 2 strands:14sc=
4inches;16scrows=4inches
PATTERN NOTES
BodyofBagisworkedwith2strandsof
yarnheldtogether.
Gaugeisnotcriticalforthisproject,
however,worktightlyforasturdybag.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
Workincontinuousrounds,donotturnor
joinunlessotherwisestated.
Markfirststitchofround.
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
2 inchesdeepx8incheswidex
9inchestall,excludinghandles
MATERI ALS
Caron Simply Soft medium
(worsted)weightacrylicyarn
(6 oz/315 yds/170g per skein):
2skeins#9727black
1skeineach#9702off-whiteand
#9703bone
Sizes H/8/5mm and J/10/6mm
crochethooksorsizeneededto
obtaingauge
Tapestry needle
Wooden beads: 48
Toggle button
14-inch purse handles
Stitch marker
ROWS OF DAINTY BEADED FLAPS GIVE VINTAGE CHARM TO THIS
UNUSUAL BAG THAT ARTFULLY COMBINES RETRO DESIGN AND
MODERN STYLE TOGETHER IN ONE CHIC FASHION LOOK.
FLAPPER BAG
D E S I G N B Y MA R Y E . N O L F I F O R C A R O N I N T E R N AT I O N A L
DRESS IT UP
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GAUGE
6sc=4inches
PATTERN NOTES
Chain-4atbeginningofroundcountsas
firstdoublecrochetandchain-1unless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
V-stitch (V-st):(Dc,ch1,dc)in
placeindicated.
HAT
Rnd 1:Ch4,slstinfirstchtoformring,
ch 4(see Pattern Notes),[dcinring,ch1]
7times,join (see Pattern Notes)in3rdch
ofbegch-4.(8 dc, 8 ch sps)
Rnd 2:Slstinfirstchsp,ch4,dcinsame
chsp,V-st(see Special Stitch)ineachch
sparound,joinin3rdchofbegch-4.
(8 V-sts)
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
24inchesaroundbrim
MATERI ALS
Mielie Be Sweet T-Shirt super
bulky(superchunky)weight
cotton/viscose/elastane yarn (60 yds
perskein):
1skeinaquablue
Size P/15mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
Sewing needle
Matching sewing thread
THIS QUICK, EASY HAT USES JUST ONE SKEIN OF ENVIRONMENTALLY
FRIENDLY YARN CREATED FROM RECYCLED REMNANT T-SHIRT
MATERIAL. ITS A FUN PROJECT FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS!
T-SHIRT HAT
D E S I G N B Y TA MMY H I L D E B R A N D
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Rnd 3:Slstinnextchsp,ch4,dcinsame
chsp,V-sttwiceinnextchsp,[V-stinnext
chsp,(dc,ch1,V-st)innextchsp]around,
joinin3rdchofbegch-4.(4 dc, 8 V-sts)
Rnds 4 & 5:Reprnd2.(12 V-sts at end of
last rnd)
Rnd 6:Slstinfirstchsp,ch1,3scinfirst
chspandineachchsparound,joinin
begsc.
Rnds 710:Ch1,scineachstaround,
joininbegsc.Fastenoff.
Finishing
Withsewingneedleandsewingthread,
stendssecurely.
Foldrnds9and10backupoverrnds7and
8toformbrim.C!
34 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
Gaugeisnotimportantforthisitem.
PATTERN NOTES
ThisCowliscreatedwithchainsofequal
lengththatarejoinedinseveralplacesby
singlecrochet.
ThisCowlcanbefinishedin1to2hours
forafastprojectorlast-minutegift.
COWL
Row 1:Makech45incheslongforaver-
ageneck,forlargerneckadd4inchesplus
1chmore,scin2ndchfromhookandin
eachofnext3chs,pulluplonglpsoyou
wontpulloutyoursts,workthefollow-
ingstepstocompleterow:
A.Evenlydivideandmarkremchinto
5sectionsorasdesired,markinglast
sectionin6thchfromend;
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
Onesizefitsmost
MATERI ALS
Lion Brand Hometown USA
superbulky(superchunky)
weight acrylic yarn (5 oz/
81 yds/140g per ball):
1ball#135-102Honolulupink
Size I/9/5.5mm crochet hook
Sewing needle
Matching sewing thread
-inchbuttons:3
Stitch markers
THIS VERSATILE PIECE MAY BE WORN IN ONE LONG LOOP AS AN
INFINITY SCARF OR DOUBLED AROUND YOUR NECK FOR A COZY,
COMFY COWL. THIS FUN DESIGN CAN BE MADE IN TWO HOURS OR
LESS FOR A QUICK, ONE-OF-A-KIND ACCESSORY!
CONVERTIBLE COWL
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B.Makechequaltothefirstsection,
scinmarkedch;
C.[Makechequaltonextsection,scin
markedch]acrosstolastmarker;
D.Scineachoflast5chs,turn.
Row 2:Ch1,scineachoffirst2sc,ch
2,sknext2sc,scineachofnext2sc
(buttonhole),[chacrosstonextsc,scin
nextsc]across,endingwithscineachst
across,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scineachoffirst5sts,[ch
acrosstonextsc,scinnextsc]across,sc
ineachstacrosswith2scinch-2sp,turn.
Rows 47:[Reprows2and3alternately]
twice.Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Sewbuttonstoendoppositebuttonholes.
C!
36 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
12 tr = 4 inches; 4 tr rows = 4 inches
PATTERN NOTES
Join with slip stitch as indicated unless
otherwise stated.
Row 1 creates long length of chain spaces;
take care that the length does not twist as
round 2 is worked.
Round 2 begins working on opposite side
of starting ch in skipped chains and then
in chain spaces of row 1.
When working in picot, work in chain-5
space.
Chain-4 at beginning of round counts
as first treble crochet unless otherwise
stated.
Chain-5 at beginning of round counts as
first treble crochet and chain-1 unless
otherwise stated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
Picot: Ch 5, sl st in 5th ch from hook.
WRAP
Row 1 (RS): Ch 160, sl st in 13th ch from
hook, [ch 6, sk next 6 chs, sl st in next ch]
across, do not turn. (22 ch sps)
Rnd 2: Now working in rnds, making sure
not to twist row 1 (see Pattern Notes), ch
1, (sc, {picotsee Special Stitch, 2 sc}
3 times) in first ch sp, (2 sc, {picot, 2 sc}
twice) in each of next 20 ch sps, (2 sc, {pi-
cot, 2 sc} 5 times) in end ch-sp, (2 sc, {pi-
cot, 2 sc} twice) in each of next 20 ch sps,
({2 sc, picot} twice, sc) in same ch sp as
beg sc, join (see Pattern Notes) in beg sc.
Rnd 3: Sl st in first picot (see Pattern
Notes), ch 4 (see Pattern Notes), (2 tr,
picot, 3 tr) in same picot, [picot, 3 tr in
next picot] 44 times, picot, (3 tr, picot, 3
tr) in next picot, place marker in last picot
worked (tip of Wrap), [picot, 3 tr in next
picot] 44 times, picot, join in 4th ch of
beg ch-4.
Rnd 4: Sl st in each of next 2 tr, (sl st,
ch 5see Pattern Notes, tr, {ch 1, tr} 3
times) in next picot, dc in 2nd tr of next tr
group, *(tr, {ch 1, tr} 3 twice) in next pi-
cot, dc in 2nd tr of next tr group, rep from
* across to marker, (tr, {ch 1, tr} 4 times)
in marked picot, move marker to tr at tip,
dc in 2nd tr of next tr group, [(tr, {ch 1, tr}
twice) in next picot, dc in 2nd tr of next tr
group] around, join in 4th ch of beg ch-5.
Rnd 5: Sl st in first ch-1 sp, ch 1, sc in
same ch sp, [ch 5, sc in next ch-1 sp] 3
times, [sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 5, sc in next
ch-1 sp] across to 2 ch-1 sps before
marker, sc in next ch-1 sp, [ch 5, sc in next
ch-1 sp] 3 times, move marker to ch-5 sp
at tip, [sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 5, sc in next
ch-1 sp] around, join in beg sc.
Rnd 6: Sl st in first ch-5 sp, ch 1, 5 sc in
same ch sp, picot, (3 sc, picot, 3 sc) in
next ch-5 sp, picot, [5 sc in next ch-5 sp,
picot] across to marker, (3 sc, picot, 3 sc)
in marked ch-5 sp, move marker to picot
at tip, picot, [5 sc in next ch-5 sp, picot]
around, join in beg sc.
Rnd 7: Sl st in each of next 4 sc, sl st in
next picot, ch 4, 2 tr in same picot, picot,
(3 tr, picot, 3 tr) in next picot, picot, [3 tr
in next picot, picot] across to marker, (3
tr, picot, 3 tr) in marked picot, picot, move
marker to picot at tip, [3 tr in next picot,
picot] around, join in 4th ch of beg ch-4.
Rnd 8: Sl st in each of next 2 tr, sl st in
next picot, ch 5, (tr, ch 1, tr) in same picot,
dc in 2nd tr of next tr group, (tr, {ch 1, tr}
4 times) in next picot, dc in 2nd tr of next
tr group, [(tr, {ch 1, tr} twice) in next pi-
cot, dc in 2nd tr of next tr group] around
to marker, (tr, {ch 1, tr} 4 times) in marked
picot, move marker to tip, dc in 2nd tr
of next tr group, [(tr, {ch 1, tr} twice) in
next picot, dc in 2nd tr of next tr group]
around, join in 4th ch of beg ch-5.
Rnd 9: Sl st in first ch-1 sp, ch 1, sc in
same ch sp, ch 5, sc in each of next 2 ch-1
sps, [ch 5, sc in next ch-1 sp] 3 times, [sc
in next ch-1 sp, ch 5, sc in next ch-1 sp]
around to 2 ch-1 sps before marker, sc in
next ch-1 sp, [ch 5, sc in next ch-1 sp] 3
times, remove marker, [sc in next ch-1 sp,
ch 5, sc in next ch-1 sp] around, join in
beg sc. Fasten off. C!
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
13 x 74 inches
MATERI ALS
NaturallyCaron.com Spa
light (light worsted)
weight acrylic/bamboo yarn
(3 oz/251 yds/85g per skein):
3 skeins #0001 rose bisque
Size I/9/5.5mm crochet hook or
size needed to obtain gauge
Tapestry needle
Stitch marker
SILKY SOFT, BAMBOO-BLEND YARN WORKED IN A LIGHT, LACY
PATTERN OF LARGE OPEN SHELLS CREATES THE HEAVENLY LOOK
AND FEEL OF THIS BEAUTIFUL SHAWL THAT WOULD LOOK
STUNNING IN ALMOST ANY COLOR.
CIRCLE-EDGED WRAP
D E S I G N B Y K I M G U Z MA N F O R C A R O N I N T E R N AT I O N A L
DRESS IT UP
38 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
6poststs=2inches
PATTERN NOTES
Chain-2atbeginningofrounddoes
notcountasfirstdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
Whenworkingbackpostdoublecrochet
decrease,worksameasdoublecrochet
decrease,workingbackpostdouble
crochetstitchesinsteadofdoublecrochet.
HAT
Rnd 1:Ch4,9dcin4thchfromhook
(first 3 chs count as first dc),join(see Pat-
tern Notes)intopofbegch-4.(10 dc)
Rnd 2:Ch 2(see Pattern Notes),fpdc
(see Stitch Guide)aroundfirstst,dcinsp
betweensts,[fpdcaroundnextst,dcin
spbetweensts]around,joininbegfpdc.
(20 sts)
Rnd 3:Ch2,2fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,2
bpdc(see Stitch Guide)aroundnextdc,[2
fpdcaroundnextfpdc2bpdcaroundnext
dc]around,joininbegfpdc.(40 sts)
Rnd 4:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*dcin
spbetweenfpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,
bpdcaroundeachofnext2bpdc**,fpdc
aroundnextfpdc,repfrom*around,end-
inglastrepat**,joininbegfpdc.(50 sts)
Rnd 5:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*bpdc
aroundnextdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,2
bpdcaroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundnext
bpdc**,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,repfrom*
around,endinglastrepat**,joininbeg
fpdc.(60 sts)
WOMENS
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
Instructionsgivenforsmall/medium;
changesforlarge/X-largearein[].
MATERI ALS
Crystal Palace Yarns Mochi
Plus medium (worsted)
weight merino wool yarn
1
(1 oz/95
yds/50g per ball):
3[4]balls#558Neptunerainbow
Size H/8/5mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
ONE BASIC DESIGN TRANSFORMS INTO TWO DISTINCTIVE LOOKS:
A CHIC BERET FOR HER AND A COOL SLOUCHY BEANIE FOR HIM. AN
INTERESTING RIDGED PATTERN USING POST STITCHES MAKES BOTH
HATS PLUSH AND WARM.
TOTALLY TAM
LAST-MINUTE GIFTS
D E S I G N S B Y S H A N N O N MU L L E T T - B OWL S B Y
1
Yarn you might also like:
Lion Brand Amazing medium (worsted) weight wool/
acrylic yarn (13oz/147 yds/50g per ball): 2 [3]
ballscolorofchoice
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Rnd 6:Ch2,fpdcaroundfrstfpdc,*2bpdc
aroundnextbpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,
bpdcaroundeachofnext3bpdc**,fpdc
aroundnextst,repfrom*around,ending
lastrepat**,joininbegfpdc.(70 sts)
Rnd 7:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*bpdc
aroundeachofnext2bpdc,fpdcaround
nextfpdc,bpdcaroundnextbpdc,2bpdc
aroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundnext
bpdc**,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,repfrom*
around,endinglastrepat**,joininbeg
fpdc.(80 sts)
Rnd 8:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*2
bpdcaroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundnext
bpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,bpdcaround
eachofnext4bpdc**,fpdcaroundnext
fpdc,repfrom*around,endinglastrepat
**,joininbegfpdc.(90 sts)
Rnd 9:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*bpdc
aroundeachofnext2bpdc,2bpdcaround
nextbpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,bpdc
aroundeachofnext4bpdc**,fpdcaround
nextfpdc,repfrom*around,endinglast
repat**,joininfirstfpdc.(100 sts)
Rnd 10:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,
*bpdcaroundeachofnext4bpdc,fpdc
aroundnextfpdc,bpdcaroundeachof
next2bpdc,2bpdcaroundnextbpdc,
bpdcaroundnextbpdc**,fpdcaround
nextfpdc,repfrom*around,endinglast
repat**,joininfirstfpdc.(110 sts)
Rnd 11:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,
*bpdcaroundeachofnext2bpdc,2bpdc
aroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundnextbpdc,
fpdcaroundnextfpdc,bpdcaroundeach
ofnext5fpdc**,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,
repfrom*around,endinglastrepat**,
joininbegfpdc.
Rnd 12:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstst,*bpdc
aroundeachofnext5bpdc,fpdcaround
nextfpdc,bpdcaroundeachofnext2
bpdc,2bpdcaroundnextbpdc,bpdc
aroundeachofnext2bpdc**,fpdc
aroundnextfpdc,repfrom*around,
endinglastrepat**,joininbegfpdc.
Rnd 13:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,
*bpdcaroundeachofnext2bpdc,2bpdc
aroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundeach
ofnext2bpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,
bpdcaroundeachofnext6bpdc**,fpdc
aroundnextfpdc,repfrom*around,
endinglastrepat**,joininbegfpdc.
Rnd 14:Ch2,[fpdcaroundallfpdcand
bpdcaroundallbpdc]around,joinin
begfpdc.
Rnd 15:Ch2,[fpdcaroundallfpdcand
bpdcaroundallbpdc]around,joinin
begfpdc.
Small/Medium Size Only
Rnd 16:Ch2,[bpdc dec(see Stitch Guide
and Pattern Notes)aroundfirst2sts,
bpdcaroundeachofnext5sts,[bpdcdec
aroundnext2sts,bpdcaroundeachof
next5sts]around,joininbegbpdcdec.
(120 sts)
Rnd 17:Ch2,bpdcaroundeachoffirst
10sts,bpdcdecaroundnext2sts,[bpdc
aroundeachofnext10sts,bpdcdec
aroundnext2sts]around,joininbeg
bpdc.(110 sts)
Large/X-Large Size Only
Rnds 16 & 17:Ch2,[fpdcaroundallfpdc
andbpdcaroundallbpdc]around,joinin
begfpdc.
All Sizes
Rnd 18:Ch2,bpdcdecaroundfirst2sts,
[bpdcdecaroundnext2sts]around,join
inbegbpdcdec.
Rnd 19:Ch1,sc dec(see Stitch Guide)in
first2sts,[scdecinsamestlastworked
inandinnextst]aroundworkinglastst
inlaststworkedinandfirststworkedin,
joininbegsc.
Rnds 2026:Reprnd19.Atendoflast
rnd,fastenoff.
GAUGE
4poststs=1inches

MENS
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
Instructionsgivenforsmall/medium;
changesforlarge/X-largearein[].
MATERI ALS
Crystal Palace Mochi Plus
medium(worsted)weight
merino wool yarn
1
(1 oz/95
yds/50g per ball):
3[4]balls#566feldspar
Size G/6/4mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 58
1
Yarn you might also like: UniversalYarnClassic
Shades medium (worsted) weight acrylic/wool
yarn (31 oz/197 yds/100g per ball): 2 [2] balls
colorofchoice
40 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
18sts=4inches;12rows=4inches
PATTERN NOTES
Sockhas12-inchstretchability.
Workincontinuousrounds,donotturnor
joinroundsunlessotherwisestated.
Markfirststitchofround.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECIAL STITCH
Long single crochet (lng sc):Insert
hookinplaceindicated,yo,pulluplong
lp,yo,pullthroughalllpsonhook.
SOCK
Make 2.
Cuf
Row 1:Ch9,workinginback lps(see
Stitch Guide),slstin2ndchfromhook
andineachchacross,turn.(8 sl sts)
Row 2:Workinginbacklps,ch1,slstin
eachstacross,turn.
Next rows:Reprow2untilCuffmeasures
6 [7,8,9]inchesfrombeg.
Leg
Rnd 1 (RS):Nowworkinginrndsandin
endsofrows,evenlysp32[36,40,44]sc
acrosslongedge,join(see Pattern Notes)
inbegsc.
SewfirstandlastrowsofCufftog.
Rnd 2:Ch1,hdcinbacklpofeachoffirst
2sts,hdcinfront lp(see Stitch Guide)of
eachofnext2sts,[hdcinbacklpofeach
ofnext2sts,hdcinfrontlpofeachof
next2sts]around,do not join(see
Pattern Notes).
Rnds 36 (Shorter Leg) [312 (Longer
Leg)]:[Hdcinbacklpofeachofnext2sts,
hdcinfrontlpofeachofnext2sts]around.
Heel Flap
Row 1:Ch1,scineachofnext16[18,20,
20]sts,leavingremstsunworked,turn.
Row 2:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scineachoffirst2sts,[lng
sc(see Special Stitch)insc2rowsbelow,sc
ineachofnext2sts]acrossendingwith,
scineachoflast2[1,0,0]st(s),turn.
Row 4:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 5:Ch1,scineachoffirst2sts,[lng
scinlngsc2rowsbelow,scineachof
next2sts]acrossendingwith,scineach
oflast2[1,0,0]st(s),turn.
Next rows:Reprows4and5alternately
untilHeelFlapmeasures23inchesin
length,endingwithWSrow.
Heel Trim
Row 1 (RS):Ch1,scineachoffirst2[3,4,
4]sts,[sc dec(see Stitch Guide)innext2
sts,scineachofnext2sts,scdecinnext
2sts]twice,scineachoflast2[3,4,4]
sts,turn.(12 [14, 16, 16] sc)
Row 2:Ch1,scineachoffirst1[2,3,3]
st(s),[scdecinnext2sts,scineachof
next2sts,scdecinnext2sts]twice,scin
eachoflast1[2,3,3]st(s),turn.(8 [10,
12, 12] sc)
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZES
Instructionsgivenforsizesmall;
changesformedium,largeand
X-largearein[].
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Circumference of leg unstretched:
7[8,8,9]inches
Circumference of foot unstretched:
7[8,8,9]inches
MATERI ALS
Brown Sheep Co. Lanaloft
medium(worsted)weight
woolyarn(3 oz/160 yds/100g
perskein):
ShorterLeg:
1[2,2,2]skeins#LL444coral
reef
LongerLeg:
2[2,3,3]skeins#LL300aqua
depths
Size F/5/3.75mm crochet hook or
sizeneededtoobtaingauge
Tapestry needle
Stitch markers
GUYS OR GALS WILL LOVE HANGING OUT IN THESE COMFY, COZY
SOCKS, WHETHER READING, LISTENING TO MUSIC OR ENJOYING
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES. THE LONGER SOCK LENGTH IS PERFECT TO
WEAR WITH BOOTS.
JUST HANGIN OUT
SOCKS
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Row 3:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scdecin
next2sts,scineachofnext0[2,4,4]sts,
[scdecinnext2sts]twice,do not turn.
(4 [6, 8, 8] sc)
Gusset
Rnd 1:Evenlyst13scalongsideedge
ofHeelFlap,placemarker,hdcineither
frontlporbacklpinslstatbaseofHeel
Flaptoreturntoevennumberstsand
establishedpatternonfrontFoot,work
inpatternacrossnext16[18,20,24]sts,
evenlysp13scalongremsideedgeof
HeelFlap,placemarkerinfirstsconside
edgeofHeel,scineachofnext4[6,8,8]
Heelsts,placemarkertomarkbegofrnd.
(46 [50, 54, 58] sts)
Rnd 2:Scineachstaroundtofirstmarker,
scdecinnext2sts,workinpatternacross
Foottonextmarker,scdecinnext2sts,sc
ineachstaround.(44 [48, 52, 54] sts)
Rnd 3:ScineachstacrossGusset,workin
patternacrossFoot,scineachremGusset
andHeelsts.
Next rnds:Reprnds2and3alternately
until34[38,42,46]stsarerem.
Next rnd:Scineachstaroundto3sts
beforemarker,scdecinnext2sts,work
inpatternacrossfrontFootsts,scdecin
next2stsatmarker,scineachstacross
Heel.(32 [36, 40, 44] sts)
Next rnd: ScineachstofGusset,work
inpatternacrossfrontfootsts,scineach
remstaround.
Foot
Rnd 1:ScineachstaroundHeeltofirst
Gussetmarker,workinpatternacross
frontFootst,removenextGussetmarker,
workinfrontandbacklppatternaround
tofirstGussetmarker,hdcineitherfront
orbacklpoflastsc.Movemarkertomark
begofrnds.(32 [36, 40, 44] sts)
Next rnds:Continueinfrontandback
lppatternuntilFootmeasures2inches
shortoflongesttoe.
Toe Shaping
Rnd 1:Placemarkerateachsideedge
ofFoot,movemarkerswitheachrndto
keepthematsidesofFoot,[hdcineachst
aroundto2stsbeforesidemarker,scdec
innext2sts,hdcinnextst,scdecinnext
2sts]twice.(28 [32, 36, 40] sc)
Next rnds:Replastrnduntil16[16,20,
20]stsrem.
Last rnd:Hdcineachstaround.Fastenof.
Sewtoeclosed.C!
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SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
5 x63inches
MATERI ALS
Pisgah Yarn & Dyeing Co.
Peaches&Crememedium
(worsted)weightcottonyarn
(solid:2 oz/122 yds/71g per ball;
ombre: 2 oz/98 yds/57g per ball):
2ballseach#1white,#2black
and#198blackcherry
Size G/6/4mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
Tapestry needle
Pompom maker
Stretch bead jewelry cord or
dentalfloss
Stitch marker
THREE
DIFFERENT-COLOR
PANELS JOINED AT
THE CENTER SECTION DIVIDE INTO
SEPARATE STRIPS ADORNED WITH
POMPOMS AND TASSELS IN
THIS FUN SCARF.
CHERRY
COLA
SCARF
D E S I G N B Y A L L A K OVA L
GAUGE
5dc=1inch;2dcrows=1inch
PATTERN NOTES
Chain-3atbeginningofrowcountsas
firstdoublecrochet
unlessotherwisestated.
Chain-5atbeginningofrowdoes
notcountorusedasfirststitch
unlessotherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
Chain-5 joining (ch-5 joining):Ch2,
slstincorrespondingch-5sp,ch2.
LAST-MINUTE GIFTS
SCARF
First Panel
Row 1 (RS):Withblackcherry,ch4,(2dc,
ch1,3dc)in4thchfromhook(first 3 chs
does not count as first dc),turn.
Row 2:Ch 5(see Pattern Notes),dcin
eachofnext3sts,ch1,dcineachof
last3dc,turn.
Rows 399:Reprow2.
Row 100:Ch 3(see Pattern Notes),dc
dec(see Stitch Guide)in6dc.Fastenoff.
WithRSfacing,mark31stch-5spon
leftside.
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2nd Panel
Row 1 (RS):Withwhite,reprow1of
FirstPanel.
Rows 230:Reprow2ofFirstPanel.
Row 31:Workch-5 joining(see Special
Stitch)infirstmarkedch-5sp,dcin
eachoffirst3dc,ch1,dcineachoflast
3dc,turn.
Row 32:Reprow2.
Next rows:[Reprows31and32
alternately]20times.
Next rows:[Reprow2]27times.
Last row:ReplastrowofFirstPanel.
3rd Panel
Withblack,worksameas2ndPanel.
Pompom
Make1Pompomofeachcolor.
Usebeadjewelrycordordentalflossto
tiecenterofPompoms.
Tassel
Cut40strandsofsamecolor,each7
incheslong.Tieseparatestrandaround
centerofallstrands,foldbundleof
strandsinhalf.Wrapseparatestrand
severaltimes1inchbelowfold.
AttachTasselsandPompomstoends
ofScarfasshowninphotooras
desired.C!
44 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
Gaugeisnotimportantforthisitem.
PATTERN NOTES
Fiberfillcanbesubstitutedforwooden
beads.BeginstuffingBeadswithfiberfill
whendecreasingbeginsandcontinueas
needed.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
Whenworkingincontinuousrounds,
donotturnorjoinunlessotherwise
stated.Markfirststitchofeachround.
NECKLACE
Large Flower
Rnd 1 (RS):Withturquoise,ch8,slstin
firstchtoformring,ch1,15scinring,
join(see Pattern Notes)inbegsc.(15 sc)
Rnd 2:Ch7(counts as first sc and ch-6),
sknext2sts,[scinnextst,ch6,sknext
2sts]around,joininfirstchofbegch-7.
(5 ch sps)
Rnd 3:Ch1,(sc,hdc,4dc,hdc,sc)infirst
chspandineachchsparound,joininbeg
sc.(5 petals)
Rnd 4:Workinbackofpetals,ch2,sc
infirstunworkedsconrnd1,[ch8,sk
nextunworkedsconrnd1,scinnext
unworkedsconrnd1]around,joininbeg
sc.(5 ch sps)
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
11incheslong
MATERI ALS
Omega La Perla fine (sport)
weightcottonyarn(1
oz/278 yds/20g per ball):
1balleach#629pink,#621
turquoiseand#624aqua
Size B/1/2.25mm crochet hook
Blue 2mm stretched bead jewelry
cord:2728inches
Aqua clear 5mm plastic buttons: 4
Aqua 2mmsatinappliquflowers
with5mmholeincenter:4
Wooden beads:
16mm:3
10mm:2
Silver donut beads by Jewelry
Designer:10
Stitch marker
THIS GORGEOUS NECKLACE MAKES A STUNNING CENTERPIECE
FOR A PRETTY DRESS, SWEATER OR TOP. STITCH IT IN SPARKLING
METALLIC YARN FOR AN EXTRA DAZZLING LOOK!
BEADS & BLOOMS
NECKLACE
D E S I G N B Y A L L A K OVA L
LAST-MINUTE GIFTS
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 59
JANUARY 2011 CROCHETMAGAZINE.COM 45
GAUGE
5sc=1inch;5scrows=1inch
PATTERN NOTES
Chain-2atbeginningofroworround
countsasfirsthalfdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
Extended single crochet (ext sc):
Inserthookinplaceindicated,yo,pulllp
through,yo,pullthrough1lponhook,yo,
pullthroughalllpsonhook.
MASK
Band
Row 1:Ch9,scin2ndchfromhookand
ineachchacross,turn.(8 sc)
Rows 24:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 5: Ch1,scineachoffirst3sts,ch2,
sknext2sts(buttonhole),scineachof
last3sts,turn.
Row 6:Ch1,scineachstandineachch
across,turn.
Rows 759:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 60:Ch1,scineachstacross,ch4.
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
1 x24inches
MATERI ALS
Patons Silk Bamboo light
(lightworsted)weight
bamboo/silk yarn (2 oz/102 yds/
65gperball):
1ball#85236moss
Size G/6/4mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
-inchbutton
Quarters: 2
Stitch marker
THIS EASY EYE MASK CAN BE MADE IN LESS THAN TWO HOURS AND
WITH LESS THAN 50 YARDS OF YARN. CHILLED QUARTERS INSERTED INTO
THE POCKETS OFFER WELCOME RELIEF FOR EYESTRAIN HEADACHES.
COOLING EYE MASK
D E S I G N B Y B R A N D E E F O N D R E N
LAST-MINUTE GIFTS
Size It to Fit!
The eye mask is easily
adjustable if more length is
needed for a comfortable ft.
Simply repeat rows 5 and 6
as needed to get it just right.
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 59
46 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
GAUGE
18sc=4inches;21scrows=4inches
PATTERN NOTES
Exactgaugeisnotimportant.Work
tightlytoproducesturdypiecestoensure
thatthestuffingdoesnotshowthrough
thestitches.
ForaslightlyheavierNoggin,stuffthe
lowerportionofthebodywithpoly
pellets.Topreventthepelletsfrom
comingthroughthestitches,placethe
pelletsinapieceofnylonstockingbefore
placinginsideNoggin.
Workincontinuousrounds,donotturnor
joinunlessotherwisestated.
Markfirststitchofeachround.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
Double-ring:Holdingyarnfewinches
fromend,wraptwicearoundyourfingers.
Removeringsfromfingersandgrip2
ringsandendfirmlybetweenmiddle
fingerandthumb.Inserthookthrough
centerofringandpulluplp,yo,pull
throughlponhook,workstsinrings.
NOGGI N
Body
Make 1 berry blue &
1 watermelon.
Rnd 1:Makedouble-ring(see Special
Stitch),6scinring,pullendtoclosering,
do not join(see Pattern Notes). (6 sc)
Rnd 2:2scineachstaround.(12 sc)
Rnd 3:[2scinnextst,scinnextst]
around.(18 sc)
Rnd 4:[2scinnextst,scineachofnext
2sts]around.(24 sc)
Rnd 5:[2scinnextst,scineachofnext
3sts]around.(30 sc)
Rnd 6:[2scinnextst,scineachofnext
4sts]around.(36 sc)
Rnd 7:[2scinnextst,scineachofnext
5sts]around.(42 sc)
Rnds 830:Scineachstaround.
Rnd 31:[Sc dec(see Stitch Guide)innext
2sts,scineachofnext5sts]around.
(36 sc)
Rnd 32:[Scdecinnext2sts,scineach
ofnext4sts]around.(30 sc)
Rnd 33:[Scdecinnext2sts,scineach
ofnext3sts]around.(24 sc)
BegstuffingBodyfirmly,continuestuff-
ingBodyuntilcomplete.
Rnd 34:[Scdecinnext2sts,scineach
ofnext2sts]around.(18 sc)
Rnd 35:[Scdecinnext2sts,scinnext
st]around.(12 sc)
Rnd 36:[Scdecinnext2sts]around.
Leavinglongend,fastenoff.
Weavelongendthroughtopofsts,pull
toclose.Secureend.
Arm
Make 2 berry blue &
2 watermelon.
Rnd 1:Ch8,slstinfirstchtoformring,ch
1,scineachcharound,do not join.(8 sc)
Rnd 2:Scineachstaround.
Next rnds:Reprnd2untilpiecemeasures
5inchesfrombeg.Begstuffingfirmly.
Hand
Next rnd:[2scinnextst,scinnextst]
around.(12 sc)
SMALL WONDERS
LOVE IS IN THE AIR WITH OUR SWEET LITTLE HUGGER NOGGINS!
MAKE THEM AS A FUN (AND JUST TOO CUTE) I LOVE YOU GIFT FOR
SOMEONE SPECIAL FOR VALENTINES DAYOR JUST BECAUSE!
MEET THE NOGGINS!
(Part 2)
D E S I G N S B Y K J H AY F O R C A R O N I N T E R N AT I O N A L
HUGGERS
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
6inchestall,seated
MATERI ALS
Caron Simply Soft Brites
medium(worsted)weight
acrylic yarn (6 oz/315 yds/170g
perskein):
1skeineach#9609berryblue
and#9604watermelon
Medium (worsted) weight yarn:
oz/13 yds/7g each white and
black
Size G/6/4mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
Tapestry needle
-inchroundmagnets:4
Fiberfill
Stitch marker
JANUARY 2011 CROCHETMAGAZINE.COM 47
Next rnd:Scineachoffirst4sts,ch1,
sknext4sts(thumb opening),scineach
oflast4sts.
Next rnd:Scineachstaround.
Next rnds:[Replastrnd]twice.
Next rnd:[Scdecinnext2sts]around
withslstinlastst.Leavinglongend,
fastenoff.
Place1magnetinHand.
Weavelongendthroughtopofsts,
pulltoclose.Secureend.
Thumb
Rnd 1:Joinmatchingcolorwithscinfirst
unworkedstatthumbopening,scineach
ofnext3sts,scinch-1,do not join.(5 sc)
Rnds 24:Scineachstaround.Atendof
lastrnd,leavinglongend,fastenoff.
Do notstuffThumb.
Weavelongendthroughtopofsts,
pulltoclose.Secureend.
Leg
Make 2 berry blue &
2 watermelon.
Rnd 1:Ch10,slstinfrstchtoformring,
ch1,scineachcharound,do not join.
(10 sc)
Rnd 2:Scineachstaround.
Next rnds:Reprnd2untilpiecemeasures
2inchesfrombeg.Atendoflastrnd,
fastenoff.
Stufffirmly.
Foot
Make 2 berry blue &
2 watermelon.
Rnd 1:Begatheel,makedouble-ring,
6scinring,pullendtoclosering,do not
join.(6 sc)
Rnd 2:2scineachst
around.(12 sc)
Rnd 3:[2scinnext
st,scinnextst]
around.(18 sc)
Rnds 48:Scin
eachstaround.Do
notstuff.
First Toe
Rnd 9:Scineach
offirst2sts,ch1,
sknext13sts,scin
eachoflast3sts.
Rnd 10:Scineachst
andincharound.
Rnd 11:Scineachst
around.
Next rnds:Reprnd
11untilToemea-
suresinch.Atend
oflastrnd,leaving
longend,fastenoff.
Weavelongend
throughtopofsts,
pulltoclose.Secure
end.
2nd Toe
Rnd 9:Joinmatch-
ingcolorinsamest
aslaststofFirstToeonrnd9,scineachof
next2unworkedsts,ch1,sknext9sts,sc
ineachofnext2sts,scinoppositesideof
ch-1ofpreviousToe.(5 sc)
Next rnds:CompletesameasFirstToe.
3rd Toe
Rnd 9:Joinmatchingcolorinsamestas
laststofpreviousToeonrnd9,scineach
ofnext2unworkedsts,ch1,sknext5sts,
scineachofnext2sts,scinoppositeside
ofch-1ofpreviousToe.(5 sc)
Next rnds:CompletesameasFirstToe.
Last Toe
Rnd 9:Joinmatchingcolorinsamestas
laststofpreviousToeonrnd9,scineach
ofnext5unworkedsts,scinoppositeside
ofch-1ofpreviousToe.(6 sc)
Next rnds:CompletesameasFirstToe.
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 60
48 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
AT HOME
THE BLOCKS IN THIS COLORFUL THROW ARE CLEVERLY ARRANGED
IN ROWS SO THAT THE INSIDE COLOR OF ONE BLOCK MATCHES THE
OUTSIDE COLOR OF THE NEXTHENCE THE CATCHY NAME!
INSIDE-OUT AFGHAN
D E S I G N B Y S H A N N O N MU L L E T T - B OWL S B Y
GAUGE
Rnds1and2=3 inchesacross
PATTERN NOTES
UsecolorsindicatedonchartforeachMotif.
Motifsareworkedfromcenteroutwithlast
roundjoiningtoMotifinpreviousround.
Afghanisworkedfromcenterout.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
SKI LL LEVEL
FI NI SHED SI ZE
57inchessquare
MATERI ALS
Brown Sheep Co. Lambs
PrideBulkybulky(chunky)
weight wool/mohair yarn
1

(3 oz/125 yds/100g per skein):


Throw:
7skeins#M56clematis
5skeins#M197redhotpassion
4skeinseach#M115oatmealand
#M151chocolatesouffle
Queen Size:
13skeins#M197redhotpassion
11skeins#M151chocolatesouffle
9skeinseach#M115oatmealand
#M56clematis
Size I/9/5.5mm crochet hook or size
neededtoobtaingauge
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 62
1
Yarn you might also like:
Bernat Roving bulky (chunky) weight wool/acrylic
yarn (31 oz/120 yds/100g per ball): Throw:8balls
colorofchoice,6ballscolorofchoice,5ballscolor
ofchoice.Queen Size:14ballscolorofchoice,12
ballscolorofchoice,10ballscolorofchoice.
JANUARY 2011 CROCHETMAGAZINE.COM 49
A LACY, BOTANICAL DESIGN OF DAINTY LEAVES AND A PATTERN
OF CUTE LITTLE FOX FACES OFFER UP A HOST OF CREATIVE OPTIONS
FOR FASHIONS, ACCESSORIES AND HOME ACCENTS.
LEAVES & LACE
AND FOX FACES
D E S I G N S B Y A N N I E S AT T I C
LEAVES & LACE
PATTERN NOTE
Chain-3atbeginningofrowcounts
asfirstdoublecrochetunlessotherwise
stated.
SPECI AL STI TCH
Cluster (cl):Holdingbacklastlpofeach
stonhook,3trinplaceindicated,yo,pull
throughalllpsonhook.
Row 1:Chamultipleof6plus4,scin2nd
chfromhookandineachchacross,turn.
Row 2:Ch 3(see Pattern Note),cl(see
Special Stitch)innextst,[ch4,sknext
2sts,scinnextst,ch4,sknext2sts,cl
innextst]across,endingwithdcinlast
st,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scinfirstst,scinnextcl,[ch
4,sknextchsp,scinnextst,ch4,sknext
chsp,scinnextcl]across,endingwithsc
inlastst,turn.
Row 4:Ch1,scineachoffirst2sts,[ch4,
sknextchsp,clinnextst,ch4,sknextch
sp,scinnextst]across,endingwithscin
lastst,turn.
Row 5:Ch1,scineachoffirst2sts,[ch4,
sknextchsp,scinnextcl,ch4,sknextch
sp,scinnextsc]across,endingwithscin
lastst,turn.
Row 6: Ch3,slstinnextst,[ch4,sknext
chsp,scinnextst,ch4,sknextchsp,cl
innextst]across,endingwithscinlast
st,turn.
Reprows36forpatternendingwith
row4.
FOX FACES
PATTERN NOTE
Chain-7atbeginningofrowcountsas
firstdoublecrochetandchain-4unless
otherwisestated.
SPECI AL STI TCHES
Shell:7dcinplaceindicated.
End shell:4dcinplaceindicated.
Beginning half shell (beg half shell):
Ch3(counts as first dc),3dcinsame
place.
Row 1:Chinmultiplesof20plus7,dcin
12thchfromhook(first 11 chs count as
first dc, ch-4 and sk 4 chs),[ch4,sknext4
chs,dcinnextch]across,turn.
I N STI TCHES
CONTI NUED ON PAGE 62
50 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
PATTERNS CONTI NUED
BUTTERFLY HOT OR COLD PACK
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 17
Opening Edging
Rnd 1:Joinfudgebrownwithscinend
offirstrow,evenlyspscaround,working
anevennumberofsts,join(see Pattern
Notes)inbegsc.
Rnd 2: Ch1,(sc,ch2,dc)infirstst,sk
nextst,[(sc,ch2,dc)innextst,sknext
st]around,joininbegsc.Fastenoff.C!
Butterfly Hot or Cold Pack
Chart
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Frosty green
Forest green
Maize
Delft
Orchid pink
Purple
Surface sl st with purple
Surface sl st with fudge brown
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PATTERNS CONTI NUED
BRACELET
First Ring
With any color(see Pattern Notes),ch8,
Row 2:Workrow1ofLacePattern.
Next row:Ch7[8,9,10,11],scin2ndch
fromhookandineachchanddcacross,
turn.(16 [17, 18, 19, 20] dc)
Next row:WorkLacePatternacrossfirst
10sts,dcineachoflast6[7,8,9,10]
sts,turn.
Next row:Ch7[8,9,10,11]scin2ndch
fromhookandineachchanddcacross,
turn.(22 [24, 26, 28, 30] dc)
Next rows:Continueinestablished
patternuntilthereare34[38,42,46,50]
totalsts,endingwithscrow.
Next rows: WorkeveninBodyPattern
HOT LAVA BANGLE BRACELET
X-STITCH TOPPER
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 18
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 25
slstinfirstchtoformring,ch 3(see Pat-
tern Notes),19dcinring,join(see Pattern
Notes)in3rdchofbegch-3.Fastenoff.
(20 dc)
2nd13th Ring
Ch8,pullendofchthroughtofrontof
previousRing,slstinfirstchtoformring,
ch3,19dcinring,joinin3rdchofbeg
ch-3.Fastenoff.
Last Ring
Ch8,pullendofchthroughtofrontof
previousRing,thenpullendofsamech
throughbackofFirstRing,slstinfirstch
toformring,ch3,19dcinring,joinin3rd
chofbegch-3.Fastenoff.
Border
Rnd 1: JoinwithscinanystofanyRing,
scineachofnext2sts,[scinanyston
nextRing,scineachofnext2sts]around,
joininbegsc.(42 sc)
Rnd 2: Ch1,scineachstaround,joinin
begsc.Fastenoff.
RepBorderonoppositesideofBracelet.
Edging
JoinanycolorinanystofBorder,ch1,[sl
stinnextst,ch1]ineachstaround,join
inbegslst.Fastenoff.
RepEdgingonoppositeside. C!
5[5,3,5,3]times,dec1stateachend
ofnextrowandevery6th[6th,6th,3rd,
3rd]rowfor2[2,3,4,5]times.(31 [35,
38, 41, 44] sts at end of last row)
Next rows:WorkeveninBodyPattern
untilpiecemeasures12[12,12,12,
12]inchesendingwithrow1ofBody
Pattern.
Armhole Shaping
Row 1:Slstineachoffirst4[4,5,6,7]
sts,workinpatternacross,turn.
Row 2:WorkLacePatternacrossfirst
10sts,dcdecinnext2sts,dcineachst
acrosswithdcdecinlast2sts,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scineach
ofnext12sts,scdecinnext2sts,scin
eachstacross,turn.
Next rows:Reprow2,dec1statarmhole
edgeeveryrow1[3,4,5,6]time(s)and
at same time,decasestablishedatneck
edgeeveryotherrow7[8,8,7,7]times.
Next rows:Workeveninestablished
patternuntilpiecemeasures20 [20,
21,22,23]inchesfrombeg,ending
withdcrow.
Shoulder Shaping
Next row:Slstineachoffirst3[4,5,7,
8]sts,workinpatternacrosslast10sts,
turn.
Neckband
Next rows:Work13rowsofLacePattern
across10sts,leavingremstsunworked.
Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Sleeve
Make 2.
Row 1:Ch35[35,39,39,43],scin2ndch
fromhookandineachchacross,turn.(34
[34, 38, 38, 42] sc)
Rows 2 & 3:Workrows1and2ofLace
Pattern.
Next rows:Work4rowseveninBody
Pattern.
Inc row:WorkinBodyPatterninc1stat
begandendbyworking2stsinfirstand
lastst.
Next rows:Work5rowseveninBodyPat-
tern,replast6rowstwice,workincrow,
3rowseven,replast4rows3[3,3,4,4]
times.(48 [48, 52, 54, 58] sts at end of
last row)
Next rows:WorkeveninBodyPattern
untilpiecemeasures18 inchesfrombeg
forallsizes.
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CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 27
Next rows:Reprows1and2alternately
untilpiecemeasures17[18,20,21,23,
25]inchesfrombeg.Atendoflastrow,
fastenoff.
Right Front
Row 1:WithsizeHhookandC,founda-
tionhdc48[50,52,54,56,56],changing
toB,foundationhdctwicechangingto
A,foundationhdc28[30,32,34,36,36]
changingtoB,foundationhdctwice,turn.
(80 [84, 88, 92, 96, 96] foundation hdc)
First Section
Row 2 (WS):WithsizeGhookandB,ch1,
hdcineachoffirst2hdcchangingtoA,
hdcineachofnext28[30,32,34,36,36]
hdcchangingtoB,hdcineachofnext2
hdcchangingtoC,hdcineachoflast48
[50,52,54,56,56]hdc,turn.
Row 3:WithC,ch1,hdcineachoffirst48
[50,52,54,56,56]hdcchangingtoB,hdc
ineachofnext2hdcchangingtoA,hdc
ineachofnext28[30,32,34,36,36]hdc
changingtoB,hdcineachoflast2hdc,
markthisrowforRS,turn.
Rows 47 [49, 49, 49, 411, 413]:
[Reprows2and3alternately]2[3,3,3,
4,5]times.
Row 8 [10, 10, 10, 12, 14]:Reprow2
changingtoBinlaststofrow.Fastenoff
Cand1ballofB.
Divider
Row 1 (RS): WithB,ch1,hdcineachof
first50[52,54,56,58,58]hdcchanging
toA,hdcineachofnext28[30,32,34,
36,36]hdcchangingtoB,hdcineachof
last2hdc,turn.
Row 2:WithB,ch1,hdcineachoffirst2
hdcchangingtoA,hdcineachofnext28
[30,32,34,36,36]hdcchangingtoB,hdc
ineachoflast50[52,54,56,58,58]hdc
changingtoD,turn.Fastenofflastballof
Bjoined.
2nd Section
Row 1 (RS):WithD,ch1,hdcineachof
first48[50,52,54,56,56]hdcchanging
toB,hdcineachofnext2hdcchanging
toA,hdcineachofnext28[30,32,34,
36,36]changingtoB,hdcineachoflast
2hdc,turn.
Row 2:WithB,ch1,hdcineachoffrst2
hdcchangingtoA,hdcineachofnext28
[30,32,34,36,36]changingtoB,hdcin
eachofnext2hdcchangingtoD,hdcin
Cap Shaping
Next row:Slstineachoffirst4[4,5,6,7]
sts,workinpatternacross,leavinglast4
[4,5,6,7]stsunworked,turn.(40 [40, 42,
42, 44] sts)
Next rows:Work0[0,0,2,4]rowseven,
workdecrowuntil14stsrem.Atendof
lastrow,fastenoff.
BACK
18 [20, 22, 24, 26]"
20 [21/4, 24/4, 27/4, 29/2]"
/4 [1, 1/2, 2, 2/4]"
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Finishing
SewendsofrowsonNeckbandtog.
Sewshoulderseams.
SewNeckbandtoBackneckedge.
FoldSleeveinhalflengthwise,placefold
atshoulderseam;sewinplace.
RepwithremSleeve.
SewsideandSleeveseams.
Trim
Rnd 1:WithRSfacing,joinwithscat
bottomof1sideseam,evenlyspsc
aroundentireouteredge,donotjoin.
Rnd 2:Slstineachstaround.Fastenoff.
SewbuttontoRightFrontasshownin
photo.Neckedgemaybewornstraightor
foldedbackforcollar.C!
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PATTERNS CONTI NUED
eachoflast48[50,52,54,56,56]hdc,turn.
Next rows:Reprows1and2untilpiece
measures5[5,6,6,7,8]inches
frombeg.Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Left Front
Row 1:WithsizeHhookandB,founda-
tionhdc2changingtoA,foundationhdc
48[50,52,54,56,56],changingtoB,
foundationhdctwicechangingtoC,foun-
dationhdc28[30,32,34,36,36],turn.
(80 [84, 88, 92, 96, 96] foundation hdc)
First Section
Row 2:WithsizeGhookandC,ch1,hdc
ineachoffirst28[30,32,34,36,36]hdc
changingtoB,hdcineachofnext2hdc
changingtoA,hdcineachofnext48[50,
52,54,56,56],changingtoB,hdcineach
oflast2hdc,turn.
Row 3:WithB,ch1,hdcineachoffirst2
hdcchangingtoA,hdcineachofnext48
[50,52,54,56,56],changingtoB,hdc
ineachofnext2hdcchangingtoC,hdc
ineachoflast28[30,32,34,36,36]hdc,
placemarkeratbegofthisrowforRSof
piece,turn.

Medium, Large, X-Large,
2X-Large & 3X-Large
Sizes Only
Rows [45, 47, 47, 49, 49]:[Rep
rows1and2][1,2,2,3,3]time(s).
All Sizes
Row 4 [6, 8, 8, 10, 10]:Reprow1.
FastenoffA.
Divider
Row 1 (RS):WithB,ch1,hdcineachof
next52,[54,56,58,60,60]hdcchanging
toC,hdcineachoflast28[30,32,34,36,
36]hdc,turn.
Row 2:WithC,ch1,hdcineachoffirst
28[30,32,34,36,36]hdcchangingtoB,
hdcineachoflast52,[54,56,58,60,60]
hdc,turn.
2nd Section
Row 1 (RS):WithB,ch1,hdcineachof
first2hdcchangingtoD,hdcineachof
next48[50,52,54,56,56]hdcchanging
toB,hdcineachofnext2hdcchanging
toC,hdcineachoflast28[30,32,34,36,
36]hdc,turn.
Row 2:WithC,ch1,hdcineachoffirst
28[30,32,34,36,36]hdcchangingtoB,
hdcineachofnext2hdcchangingtoD,
hdcineachofnext48[50,52,54,56,56]
hdcchangingtoB,hdcineachoflast2
hdc,turn.
Next rows:Reprows1and2untilpiece
measures5[5,6,6,7,8]inches
frombeg.Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Assembly
Blockallpiecestoschematicmeasure-
ments.
Sewshoulderseams,begatouteredge
andworkingtowardsneckedge.
Backneckopeningshouldmeasure7[7,
7,8,8,9]inches.
Side Panel
Row 1:WithRSfacing,workinginstsof
lastroworinstartingchonoppositeside
ofrow1,withsizeGhook,join(see Pattern
Notes)infrstst,ch1,hdcinsamest,hdcin
eachstacrosssideedgeofFrontandBack,
turn.(160 [168, 176, 184, 192, 192] hdc)
Row 2:Ch1,hdcineachhdcacross,turn.
Next rows:Reprow2untilpiecemea-
sures1[1,1,2,2,2]inchesfrombeg
ofSidePanel.Atendoflastrow,leaving
longend,fastenoff.
Reponremsideedge.
Finishing
Foldpieceatshoulderseam.Begatlower
edge,sewsideseamsleaving8 [9,9,
9,10,10]inchesopenforarmhole.
Front Band
Row 1:Placemarkerin20th[21st,22nd,
1
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C D
A
6/2 [7, 8, 8/2, 9/2, 10/2]"
10 [10/2, 11/2, 12, 13, 14]"
/2"
Pieces do not include Side Panels
Vicuna
Black
Spice house
Loden forest
A
B
C
D
KEY
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2/4 [2/4, 3, 3/4, 3/2, 3/2]"
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20[23,26,30,34,37,39]sts,[berrystin
nextst,slstinnextst]4times,scineachst
across,turn.(48 [54, 60, 68, 76, 82, 86] sts)
Row 6:Ch1,skfirstst,scineachofnext
20[23,26,30,34,37,39]sts,[slstin
nextberryst,scinnextst]4times,scin
eachstacross,turn.(47 [53, 59, 67, 75,
81, 85] sts)
Armhole Shaping
Row 1:Slstineachoffirst2[2,3,3,3,
3,4]sts,scineachofnext17[20,22,26,
30,33,34]sts,[berrystinnextst,slstin
nextst]5times,scineachstacross,leav-
inglast2[2,3,3,3,3,4]stsunworked,
turn.(43 [49, 53, 61, 69, 75, 77] sts)
Row 2:Ch1,scineachoffrst17[20,22,
26,30,33,34]sts,[slstinnextberryst,sc
innextst]5times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 3:Slstineachoffrst2[2,2,2,2,3,
3]sts,scineachofnext14[17,19,23,27,
29,30]sts,[berrystinnextst,slstinnext
st]6times,scineachstacross,
leavinglast2[2,2,2,2,3,3]stsunworked,
turn.(39 [45, 49, 57, 65, 69, 71] sts)
Row 4:Ch1,scineachoffrst15[18,20,
24,28,30,31]sts,[slstinnextberryst,sc
innextst]6times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 5:Slstineachoffirst2[2,2,2,2,
2,3]sts,scineachofnext11[14,16,20,
24,26,26]sts,[berrystinnextst,slstin
nextst]7times,scineachstacross,leav-
inglast2[2,2,2,2,2,3]stsunworked,
turn.(35 [41, 45, 53, 61, 65, 65] sts)
Row 6:Ch1,scineachoffrst11[14,16,
20,24,26,26]sts,[slstinnextberryst,sc
innextst]7times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 7:Ch1,scineachoffrst10[13,15,
19,23,25,25]sts,[berrystinnextst,slst
innextst]8times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 8:Ch1,scineachoffrst10[13,15,
19,23,25,25]sts,[slstinnextberryst,sc
innextst]8times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 9:Ch1,scineachoffrst9[12,14,18,
22,24,24]sts,[berrystinnextst,slstin
nextst]9times,scineachstacross,turn.
Large, X-Large, 2X-Large &
3X-Large Sizes Only
Row [10]:Ch1,scineachoffirst[18,22,
24,24]sts,[slstinnextberryst,scin
nextst]9times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row [11]:Ch1,scineachoffirst[17,21,
23,23]sts,[berrystinnextst,slstinnext
st]10times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row [12]:Ch1,scineachoffirst[17,21,
23,23]sts,[slstinnextberryst,scinnext
st]10times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row [13]:Ch1,scineachoffirst[16,20,
22,22]sts,[berrystinnextst,slstinnext
st]11times,scineachstacross,turn.
First Neck Shaping
All Sizes
Row 1:Ch1,scineachoffirst9[12,14,
18,22,24,24]sts,[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextst]4[4,4,5,5,5,5]times,
leavingremstsunworked,turn.(17 [20,
22, 28, 32, 34, 34] sts)
Row 2:Berrystinfirstst,slstinnextst,
[berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]4[4,4,
5,5,5,5]times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scineachoffirst8[11,13,
17,21,23,23]sts,[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextst]4[4,4,5,5,5,5]times,
leavingremstsunworked,turn.(16 [19,
21, 27, 31, 33, 33] sts)
Row 4:Berrystinfirstst,slstinnextst,
[Berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]4[4,4,
5,5,5,5]times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 5:Ch1,scineachoffirst7[10,12,
18,22,24,24]sts,[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextst]4[4,4,4,4,4,4]times,
leavingremstsunworked,turn.(15 [18,
20, 26, 30, 32, 32] sts)
Row 6:Ch1,skfirst2sts,[berrystinnext
st,slstinnextst]4[4,4,5,5,5,5]times,
scineachstacross,turn.(13 [16, 18, 24,
28, 30, 30] sts)
Row 7:Ch1,scineachoffirst6[9,11,
15,19,21,21]sts,[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextst]3[3,3,4,4,4,4]times,
leavingremstsunworked,turn.(12 [15,
17, 23, 27, 29, 29] sts)
Row 8:Berrystinfirstst,slstinnextst,
BERRY DELICIOUS PULLOVER
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 30
23rd,24th,25th]hdcaboveloweredge
oneachFrontedge,withRSfacingand
sizeGhook,joinBinfirstmarkedst,ch1,
hdcinsamestandineachsttobackneck
edge,workinginendsofrows,evenlysp,
28[28,30,32,34,36]hdcacrossBack
neckedge,hdcineachstdownremFront
edgeto2ndmarkedst,leavingremsts
unworked,turn.
Row 2:Ch2,hdcineachhdcacross,turn.
Next rows:Reprow2untilpiecemea-
sures2 [2,2,2,3,3]incheswide.
Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Closure
Row 1:WithsizeGhookandB,ch2,2sc
in2ndchfromhook,turn.(2 sc)
Row 2:Ch1,scineachscacross,turn.
Next rows:Reprow2untilpiece
measures8inchesfrombeg.
Last row:Ch1,sc dec(see Stitch Guide)in
2sts.Fastenoff.
FoldClosureinhalf,tackendstog1inch-
esfromendforminglpatfoldedend.
SewClosuretolowerRightFrontasshown
inphoto,12inchesaboveloweredge.
SewbuttontoLeftFront,opposite
Closure.C!
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[Berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]3[3,3,
4,4,4,4]times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 9:Ch1,scineachoffirst5[8,10,
14,18,20,20]sc,[slstinnextberryst,sc
innextst]3[3,3,4,4,4,4]times,leaving
remstsunworked,turn.(11 [14, 16, 22,
26, 28, 28] sts)
Row 10:Ch1,skfirst2sts,[berrystin
nextst,slstinnextst]3[3,3,4,4,4,4]
times,scineachstacross,turn.(9 [12, 14,
20, 24 26, 26] sts)
Row 11:Ch1,scineachoffirst4[7,9,
13,17,19,19]sts,[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextst]2[2,2,3,3,3,3]times,
leavingremstsunworked,turn.(8 [11,
13,19, 23, 25, 25] sts)
Row 12:Berrystinfirstst,slstinnextst,
[Berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]2[2,2,
3,3,3,3]times,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 13: Ch1,scineachoffirst3[6,8,
12,16,18,18]sts,[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextst]2[2,2,3,3,3,3]times,
leavingremstsunworked,turn.(7 [10,
12, 18, 22, 24, 24] sts)
Row 14:Ch1,skfirst2sts,[berrystin
nextst,slstinnextst]2[2,2,3,3,3,3]
times,scineachstacross,turn.(5 [8, 10,
16, 20, 22, 22] sts)
Row 15: Ch1,scineachoffirst2[3,5,8,
13,15,15]sts,[slstinnextberryst,scin
nextst]1[1,1,2,2,2,2]time(s),leaving
remstsunworked,turn.(4 [7, 9, 15, 19,
21, 21] sts)
Row 16:Berrystinfrstst,slstinnextst,
[berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]1[1,1,
2,2,2,2]time(s),scineachstacross,turn.
Row 17: Ch1,scineachoffirst1[4,6,
10,14,16,16]st(s),[slstinnextberry
st,scinnextst]1[1,1,2,2,2,2]time(s),
leavingremstsunworked,turn.(3 [6, 8,
14, 18, 20, 20] sts)
Row 18:Ch1,sknext0[2,2,2,2,2,2]
sts,[berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]
1[1,1,2,2,2,2]time(s),scineachst
across,turn.(3 [4, 6, 12, 16, 18, 18] sts)
X-Small, Small & Medium
Sizes Only
Row 19:Ch1,scineachstacrosstoberry
st,leavingremstsunworked.Fastenoff.
Large, X-Large, 2X-Large &
3X-Large Sizes Only
Row [19]:Ch1,scineachoffirst[9,13,
15,15]sc,slstinnextberryst,scinnext
st,leavingremstunworked,turn.([11,
15, 15, 15] sts)
Row [20]:Berrystinfirstst,slstinnext
st,berrystinnextst,slstinnextst,scin
eachstacross,turn.
Row [21]:Ch1,scineachoffist[8,12,
14,14]sts,slstinnextberryst,scinnext
st,leavinglaststunworked,turn.([10,
14, 16, 16] sts)
Row [22]:Ch1,skfirst2sts,berrystin
nextst,slstinnextst,scineachstacross,
turn.([8, 8, 14, 14] sts)
Large Size Only
Fastenoffatendoflastrow.
X-Large, 2X-Large & 3X-Large
Sizes Only
Row [23]:Ch1,scineachoffirst[11,12,
12]sc,slstinnextberryst,scinlastst,
turn.
Row [24]:Berrystinfirstst,slstinnext
st,scineachstacross,turn.
Row [25]:Ch1,scineachstacrosstober-
ryst,leavingremstunworked.Fastenoff.
2nd Neck Shaping
Join(see Pattern Notes)inslstleftof
centerberrystonlastrowofFront,scin
samest,worksameasFirstNeckShaping
reversingallshapingwithfollowingnota-
tions:Thereis1extrascateachrowend
onthissidethantheother,disregard[sk
2]onevenrows;afterevenrows,ch1,sk
firstberry,scinnextst.
Sleeve
Make 2.
Row 1:Ch54,slstinbackbarof2ndch
fromhookandineachchacross,turn.
(53 sl sts)
Row 2:Ch1,scineachoffirst2sts,[berry
stinnextst,slstinnextst]acrosstolast
3sts,scineachoflast3sts,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scineachoffirst4sts,[slst
innextberryst,scinnextst]across,end-
ingwithscinlastst,turn.
Row 4:Ch1,scineachoffirst3sts,
*[berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]4
times,scineachofnext4sts,repfrom*
acrosstolast6sts,scineachoflast6
sts,turn.
Row 5:Ch1,scineachoffirst7sts,*[slst
innextberryst,scinnextst]4times**,
scineachofnext4sts,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,scineachoflast2
sts,turn.
Row 6:Ch1,scineachoffirst4sts,
*[berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]3
times**,scineachofnext6sts,repfrom
*across,endinglastrepat**,scineach
oflast7sts,turn.
Row 7:Ch1,scineachoffirst8sts,*[slst
innextberryst,scinnextst]3times**,
scineachofnext6sts,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,scineachoflast3
sts,turn.
Row 8:Ch1,scineachoffirst5sts,
*[berrystinnextst,slstinnextst]
twice**,scineachofnext8sts,repfrom
*across,endinglastrepat**,scineach
oflast8sts,turn.
Row 9:Ch1,scineachoffirst9sts,*[sl
stinnextberryst,scinnextst]twice**,
scineachofnext8sts,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,scineachoflast4
sts,turn.
Row 10:Ch1,scineachoffirst6sts,
*berrystinnextst,slstinnextst**,sc
ineachofnext10sts,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,scineachoflast9
sts,turn.
Row 11: Ch1,scineachoffirst10sts,
*slstinnextberryst,scinnextst**,sc
ineachofnext13sts,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,scineachoflast5
sts,turn.
Row 12:Scineachstacross,turn.
Next rows:Replastrow4times.
Next row:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachstacross,turn.(52 sc)
Next rows:Replastrowuntilthereare34
[35,36,37,39,41,42]stsrem.
Next row:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Next rows:Replastrow12[14,15,16,
18,20,21]times.
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Next row:Ch1,2scinfirstst,scineach
stacross,turn.
Next rows:Replastrow3[4,6,8,8,12,
16]times.(38 [40, 43, 46, 48, 54, 59] sc at
end of last row)
Next row:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Next rows:Replastrowuntilpiecemea-
sures16[17,17,17,17,18,18]
inchesfrombeg.
Cap Shaping
Row 1:Slstineachoffirst2[2,3,3,3,
3,4]sts,scineachstacross,leavinglast
2[2,3,3,3,3,4]stsunworked,turn.(34
[36, 37, 40, 42, 48, 51] sc)
Row 2:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 3:Slstineachoffirst2[2,2,2,2,
3,3]sts,scineachstacross,leavinglast
2[2,2,2,2,3,3]stsunworked,turn.(30
[32, 33, 36, 38, 42, 45] sc)
Row 4:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 5:Slstineachoffirst2[2,2,2,2,
2,3]sts,scineachstacross,leavinglast
2[2,2,2,2,2,3]stsunworked,turn.(26
[28, 29, 32, 34, 38, 39] sc)
Next rows:[Reprow4]4times.
Next row:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachstacross,turn.(25 [27, 28, 31, 33,
37, 38] sc)
Next rows:Replastrow11[12,13,14,
15,17,18]times.Atendoflastrow,fas-
tenoff.(14 [15, 15, 17, 18, 20, 20] sc)
Finishing
Sewshoulderseams.
Foldsleeveinhalflengthwise,placefold
atshoulderseam;sewinplace.
RepwithremSleeve.
SewsideandSleeveseams.
Edging
WithWSfacingjoininbottomofberryst,
[berryst,slst]around,joininbegslst.
Fastenoff.
WorkEdgingaroundbottomedgeofFront
andBack.
WorkEdgingaroundbottomedgeofeach
Sleeve.
Back Neck Edge
WithWSfacing,joinintopbackright
shoulderseam,evenlysp[berryst,slst]
acrosstooppositeshoulderseam.Fasten
off.C!
BAG
Bottom
Rnd 1:WithsizeJhookand2 strands
black(see Pattern Notes),ch26,scin
2ndchfromhookandineachchacross
tolastch,4scinlastch,workingonop-
positesideofch,scineachchacross,3sc
infirstch,join(see Pattern Notes)inbeg
sc.(54 sc)
Rnd 2:Ch1,scineachoffirst24sc,2sc
innextsc,scinnextsc,2scinnextsc,sc
ineachofnext24sc,2scinnextsc,scin
nextsc,2scinnextsc,joininbeg
sc.(58 sc)
Rnd 3:Ch1,scineachoffirst24sc,[2sc
innextsc,scinnextsc]twice,2scinnext
st,scineachofnext24sts,[2scinnext
st,scinnextst]twice,2scinlastst,join
withslstinbegsc.(64 sc)
Rnd 4:Ch1,scineachoffirst25sts,2
scinnextst,scineachofnext4sts,2sc
innextst,scineachofnext26sts,2sc
innextst,scineachofnext4sts,2scin
nextst,scinlastst,joininbegsc.(68 sc)
Rnd 5:Workinginfront lps(see Stitch
Guide)andfromlefttoright,ch1,re-
verse sc(see Stitch Guide)ineachst
around,joininbegreversesc.
Rnd 6:Workinginremback lps(see
Stitch Guide)ofrnd4,ch1,scineachst
around,joininbegsc.
Body
Rnds 718:Ch1,scineachstaround,do
not join(see Pattern Notes).
Rnd 19:Reprnd5.Fastenoff.
Rnd 20:Workinginrembacklpsofrnd
18,joinoff-whitewithscinfirstst,scin
eachstaround,do not join.
Rnds 2129:Ch1,scineachstaround.
Rnd 30:Ch1,scineachstaround,joinin
begsc.
Rnd 31:Reprnd5.Fastenoff.
Rnd 32:Workinginrembacklpsofrnd
30,withbone,reprnd20.
Rnds 3341:Reprnds2331.
Rnd 42:Workinginrembacklpsofrnd
40,withblack,reprnd20.
Rnds 4345:Ch1,scineachstaround.
Rnd 46:Ch1,slstineachoffirst10sc,
ch12,slstin11thchfromhook(button
lp),scinnextch,slstinnextsconlast
rnd,turn,slstineachscandchofbutton
lparound,slstinsideof2sconinsideof
Bagbehindbaseofbuttonlp,slstineach
remstaroundtopofBag,joininbegslst.
Fastenoff.
Flap
Make 24.
Row 1:Begattopedge,withsizeHhook
and1strandbone,ch9,scin2ndchfrom
hookandineachchacross,changing
colors(see Stitch Guide)toblackinlast
st,turn.
FLAPPER BAG
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 32
58 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
PATTERNS CONTI NUED
Row 2:Withblack,ch1,scineachst
across,turn.
Row 3:Ch1,scineachstacross,chang-
ingtooff-whiteinlastst.
Row 4:Withoff-white,ch1,scineachof
first2sts,fpdc(see Stitch Guide)around
nextst2rowsbelow,sknextstonthis
rowbehindfpdc,scineachofnext2sts
onthisrow,fpdcaroundnextst2rows
below,sknextstonthisrowbehindfpdc,
scineachoflast2sts,turn.
Row 5:Ch1,scineachstacross,chang-
ingtoblackinlastst,turn.
Row 6:Withblack,ch1,scineachoffirst
2sts,fpdcaroundnextfpdc2rowsbelow,
sknextstonthisrowbehindfpdc,scin
eachofnext2stsonthisrow,fpdcaround
nextfpdc2rowsbelow,sknextstonthis
rowbehindfpdc,scineachoflast2sc,
turn.
Row 7:Ch1,scineachstacross,chang-
ingtoboneinlastst,turn.
Rows 8 & 9:Withbone,reprows6and7,
changingtoblackatendofrow9.
Row 10:Withblack,reprow6.
Row 11:Ch1,sc dec(see Stitch Guide)in
first2sts,scineachofnext4sts,scdecin
next2stschangingtooff-whiteinlastst,
turn.(6 sc)
Row 12:Withoff-white,ch1,inserthook
infirstst,yo,pulllpthrough,yo,insert
hookinscbehindfpdc2rowsbelow,yo,
pulllpthrough,yo,pullthrough3lpson
hook,yo,pullthroughlast2lpsonhook
(dec),scineachofnext2sts,yo,insert
hookinscbehindfpdc2rowsbelow,yo,
pulllpthrough,inserthookinnextsc,yo,
pulllpthrough,yo,pullthrough3lpson
hook,yo,pullthroughlast2lpsonhook
(dec),turn.(4 sts)
Row 13:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scdec
inlast2sts.Fastenoff.
Edging
Make 8 each black, of-white
& bone.
WithRSfacing,joinwithscintopcorner
ofFlap,evenlyspscaroundwithch-1at
eachcorner,joininbegsc.Fastenoff.
Finishing
Sew1beadbetweeneachpairoffpdc
onrows4,6,8and10on4Flapsofeach
Edgingcolor.
Therewillbeatotalof4beadsoneachof
12Flapsforfront.
SewbeadedFlapsto1sideforfrontwith
matchingEdgingcolor.
Sewtopedgeofblack-edgedFlapsjust
belowlowestrndofreversescsothatre-
verseschidesstitching.
Sewtopedgeofoff-whiteedgedjust
belownextrndofreversescandtopedge
ofbone-edgedFlapsjustbelowtoprndof
reversesc.
SewremFlapstobackofBaginsame
manner.
SewtogglebuttontocentertopofFront
ofBagoppositebuttonlp.
With2strandsofblack,sewendsofhan-
dlestoeachsideattopofBag.C!
TOTALLY TAM
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 39
PATTERN NOTES
Chain-2atbeginningofrounddoes
notcountasfirstdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
Joinwithslipstitchasindicatedunless
otherwisestated.
Whenworkingbackpostdoublecrochet
decrease,worksameasdoublecrochet
decreaseworkingbackpostdouble
crochetsitchesinsteadofdoublecrochet.
HAT
Rnd 1:Ch4,9dcin4thchfromhook
(first 3 chs count as first dc),join(see Pat-
tern Notes)intopofbegch-4.(10 dc)
Rnd 2:Ch 2(see Pattern Notes),fpdc
(see Stitch Guide)aroundfirstst,dcinsp
betweensts,[fpdcaroundnextst,dcin
spbetweensts]around,joininbegfpdc.
(20 sts)
Rnd 3:Ch2,2fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,2
bpdc(see Stitch Guide)aroundnextdc,[2
fpdcaroundnextfpdc2bpdcaroundnext
dc]around,joininbegfpdc.(40 sts)
Rnd 4:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*dcin
spbetweenfpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,
bpdcaroundeachofnext2bpdc**,fpdc
aroundnextfpdc,repfrom*around,end-
inglastrepat**,joininbegfpdc.(50 sts)
Rnd 5:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*bpdc
aroundnextdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,2
bpdcaroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundnext
bpdc**,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,repfrom*
around,endinglastrepat**,joininbeg
fpdc.(60 sts)
Rnd 6:Ch2,fpdcaroundfrstfpdc,*2bpdc
aroundnextbpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,
bpdcaroundeachofnext3bpdc**,fpdc
aroundnextst,repfrom*around,ending
lastrepat**,joininbegfpdc.(70 sts)
Rnd 7:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*bpdc
aroundeachofnext2bpdc,fpdcaround
nextfpdc,bpdcaroundnextbpdc,2bpdc
aroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundnext
bpdc**,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,repfrom*
around,endinglastrepat**,joininbeg
fpdc.(80 sts)
Rnd 8:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*2
bpdcaroundnextbpdc,bpdcaroundnext
bpdc,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,bpdcaround
eachofnext4bpdc**,fpdcaroundnext
fpdc,repfrom*around,endinglastrepat
**,joininbegfpdc.(90 sts)
Rnd 9:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,*bpdc
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aroundeachofnext2bpdc,2bpdcaround
nextbpdc,fpdcaroundnextst,bpdc
aroundeachofnext4bpdc**,fpdcaround
nextfpdc,repfrom*around,endinglast
repat**,joininfirstfpdc.(100 sts)
Rnds 1012:Ch2,[fpdcaroundallfpdc
andbpdcaroundallbpdc]around,joinin
begfpdc.
Rnd 13:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,
*bpdcaroundnextbpdc,bpdc dec(see
Stitch Guide and Pattern Notes) around
next2bpdc,bpdcaroundnextbpdc**,
fpdcaroundnextfpdc,repfrom*around,
endinglastrepat**,joininbegfpdc.
Rnds 1417:Ch2,[fpdcaroundallfpdc
andbpdcaroundallbpdc]around,joinin
begfpdc.
Small/Medium Size Only
Rnd 18:Ch2,fpdcaroundfirstfpdc,
*bpdcaroundnextbpdc,bpdcdecaround
next2bpdc**,fpdcaroundnextfpdc,rep
from*aroundendinglastrepat**,join
inbegfpdc.
Rnds 1920:Ch2,[fpdcaroundallfpdc
andbpdcaroundallbpdc]around,joinin
begfpdc.Atendoflastrnd,fastenoff.
Large/X-Large Size Only
Rnds 1829:Ch2,[fpdcaroundallfpdc
andbpdcaroundallbpdc]around,joinin
begfpdc.Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.C!
BEADS & BLOOMS NECKLACE
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 44
Rnd 5:Ch1,(sc,hdc,dc,4tr,dc,hdc,sc)
infirstchspandineachchsparound,
joininbegsc.Fastenoff.(5 petals)
Rnd 6:Workinginbackofpetals,joinpink
infirstst,ch3,scinnextunworkedston
rnd1,[ch10,scinnextunworkedston
rnd1]around,ch10,joininbegsc.
Rnd 7:Ch1,(sc,hdc,dc,tr,4dtr,tr,dc,
hdc,sc)infirstchspandineachchsp
around,joininbegsc.Fastenoff.
Small Flower
Rnd 1 (RS):Withturquoise,ch8,slstin
firstchtoformring,ch1,12scinring,
joininbegsc.(12 sc)
Rnd 2:Ch1,scinfirstst,ch6,sknextst,
[scinnextst,ch6,sknextst]around,join
inbegsc.(6 ch sps)
Rnd 3:Ch1,(sc,hdc,4dc,hdc,sc)infirst
chspandineachchsparound,joininbeg
sc.Fastenoff.(6 petals)
16mm Beads
Make 2 pink & 1 aqua.
Rnd 1:Ch6,slstinfrststtoformring,12sc
inring,do not join(see Pattern Notes). (12 sc)
Rnd 2:[Scinnextst,2scinnextst]
around.(18 sc)
Rnds 36:Scineachstaround.
Rnd 7:[Scinnextsc,sc dec(see Stitch
Guide)innext2sts]around.(12 sc)
Insert16mmbead.
Rnd 8:[Scdecinnext2sts]around.
Fastenoff.(6 sc)
10mm Beads
Make 1 pink and 1 aqua.
Rnd 1:Ch16,slstinfirstchtoformring,
12scinring,donotjoin.(12 sc)
Rnds 25:Scineachstaround.Insert
10mmbead.
Rnd 6:[Scdecinnext2sts]around.
Fastenoff.(6 sc)
Assembly
ArrangeBeadsandFlowersasshownin
photoorasdesired.Locateandmarkcen-
terofcord,thenassembleasindicated.
Right Side
Sk2inchesfromcenter,appliquflower
withbuttonincenter,sk1inch,knot,
silverbead,pink16mmbead,silverbead,
knot,sk1inch,SmallFlowerwithappli-
quflowerandbuttonincenter.
Left Side
Sk2inchesfromcenter,knot,silverbead,
pink16mmbead,silverbead,knot,sk1
inch,appliquflowerwithbuttonincen-
ter,knot,silverbead,aqua16mmbead,
silverbead,knot.
Center
AttachLargeFlowerwithappliquflower
andbuttonincenterontobothendsof
strandtojoinnecklace.Completewith
knot,silverbead,aqua10mmbeadon
rightsideandpink10mmbeadonleft,
silverbead,knot.
Adjustasdesired.C!
COOLING EYE MASK
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 45
Row 61:Ext sc(see Special Stitch)in2nd
chfromhookandineachofnext2chs,sc
ineachofnext7sts,2scinlastst,turn.
(12 sts)
Row 62:Ch1,2scinfirstst,scineachst
acrosswith2scinlastst,turn.(14 sc)
Rows 6371:Ch1,scineachstacross,
turn.
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60 CROCHET! JANUARY 2011
PATTERNS CONTI NUED
Ear
Make 2 berry blue &
2 watermelon.
Rnd 1:Makedouble-ring,6scinring,
pullendtoclosering,do not join.(6 sc)
Rnd 2:2scineachstaround.(12 sc)
Rnds 35:Scineachstaround.Atendof
lastrnd,fastenoff.
Do notstuff.
Nose
Make 1 watermelon &
1 berry blue.
Rnd 1:Leavingextrayarnforstuffing,
makedouble-ring,8scinring,pullendto
closering,do not join.(8 sc)
MEET THE NOGGINS (PART 2)
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 47
Rows 7274:Ch1,sc dec(see Stitch
Guide)infirst2sts,scineachstacross
withscdecinlast2sts,turn.(8 sc at end
of last row)
Row 75:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachstacross,turn.(7 sc)
Row 76:Ch1,scineachstacrosswithsc
decinlast2sts,turn.(6 sc)
Rows 7779:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 80:Ch1,scineachstacrosswith2
scinlastst,turn.(7 sc)
Row 81:Ch1,2scinfirstst,scineachst
across,turn.(8 sc)
Rows 8284:Ch1,2scinfirstst,scin
eachstacrosswith2scinlastst,turn.
(14 sc at end of last row)
Rows 8593:Ch1,scineachstacross,turn.
Row 94:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachstacrosswithscdecinlast2sts,
turn.(12 sc)
Row 95:Ch1,scdecinfirst2sts,scin
eachofnext6sts,scdecinnext2sts,
leavingremstsunworked,turn.
Rows 96122:Ch1,scineachstacross,
turn.Atendoflastrow,fastenoff.
Flower Pocket
Make 2.
Rnd 1:Ch3,slstinfirstchtoformring,
ch 2(see Pattern Notes),8hdcinring,
join (see Pattern Notes)in2ndchofbeg
ch-2.(9 hdc)
Rnd 2:Ch2,hdcinsamest,2hdcineachst
around,joinin2ndchofbegch-2.(18 hdc)
Rnd 3:*(Hdc,dc)innextst,(dc,hdc)
innextst**,slstinnextst,repfrom*
around,endinglastrepat**,joininjoin-
ingslstoflastrnd.Fastenoff.
Finishing
SewFlowerpetalstolargepartofBand,
leavingtop2petalsunsewntoformpocket.
Measuringaroundyourhead,markplace
tosewbuttontorow120tomatchbut-
tonhole.Sewonbutton.
Chillquartersandplaceinpockets.C!
Straight Stitch
A
B
Rnds 2 & 3:Scineachstaround.
Rnd 4:[Scdecinnext2sts]around.
Leavinglongend,fastenoff.(4 sc)
Usingextrayarnfrombegforstuffing,
weavelongendthroughtopofsts,pullto
close.Secureend.
Eye
Make 4.
Withwhite,makedouble-ring,6scinring,
pullendtoclosering.Fastenoff.(6 sc)
Finishing
Matchingcolors,sew1endofeachLeg
to1sideofFootatheelend.SewLegsto
Bodyasshowninphoto.
Matchingcolors,flattenEarsandsewto
sidesofHeadasshowninphoto.
Matchingcolors,sewArmstoBodyat
back,slightlybelowandbehindEarsas
showninphoto.
SewwatermelonNosetoberryblueBody
andberryblueNosetowatermelonBody
tocenterfrontofface.
Usingstraight stitch(see illustration)
withblack,embroiderseveralsmallstsin
centerofeachEyeforpupil.SewEyesto
HeadaboveandateachsideofNoseas
showninphoto.
Usingstraightstitch,withblack,embroi-
dermouthandeyebrowsonfaceasshown
inphoto.

PlaceHuggersfacingandfoldArmsaround
otherHuggerasshowninphoto.C!
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PATTERNS CONTI NUED
INSIDE-OUT AFGHAN
LEAVES & LACE AND FOX FACES
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 48
CONTI NUED FROM PAGE 49
Chain-4atbeginningofroundcountsas
firstdoublecrochetandchain-1unless
otherwisestated.
Chain-2atbegofroundcounts
asfirsthalfdoublecrochetunless
otherwisestated.
AFGHAN
First Motif
Rnd 1:Ch4,15dcin4thchfromhook
(first 3 chs count as first dc),join(see Pat-
tern Notes)in4thchofbegch-4.
Rnd 2:Ch 4(see Pattern Notes),dcinnext
st,ch1]around,joinin3rdchofbegch-4.
Fastenoff.
Rnd 3:Join2ndcolorinfirstst,ch 2(see
Pattern Notes),2hdcinnextch-1sp,[hdc
innextst,2hdcinnextch-1sp]around,
joinin2ndchofbegch-2.
Rnd 4:Ch6(counts as first sc and ch-5),
*sknext2hdc,scinhdc,ch2,sknext2
hdc,scinnexthdc,ch3,sknext2hdc,sc
innexthdc,ch2,sknexthdc,scinnext
hdc**,ch5,repfrom*around,ending
lastrepat**,joininfirstchofbegch-6.
Rnd 5:Scinfirstch-5sp,ch1,(5dc,ch3,
5dc)insamechsp,*scinnextch-2sp,
(3dc,ch2,3dc)innextch-3sp,scinnext
ch-2sp**,(5dc,ch3,5dc)innextch-5
sp,repfrom*around,endinglastrepat
**,joininbegsc.Fastenoff.
Joined Motif
Rnds 14:Reprnds14ofFirstMotif.
Rnd 5:Scinfirstch-5sp,ch1,(5dc,ch1,
slstincorrespondingchspoflastMotif,
ch1,5dc)insamechsp,scinnextch-2
sp,(3dc,ch1,slstincorrespondingch-2
spoflastMotif,3dc)innextch-3sp,sc
innextch-2sp,(5dc,ch1,slstincor-
respondingch-5spoflastMotif,ch1,5
dc)innextch-5sp,whenjoiningtomore
than1Motif,repfromasmanytimes
asneeded,workinsamemannerasfirst
Motifaround,endinglastrepat**,joinin
begsc.Fastenoff.C!
Row 2:Ch3(counts as first hdc and ch-1),
shell (see Special Stitches)innextdc,[ch
2,sknextdc,shellinnextdc]across,end-
ingwithch1,hdcinlastst,turn.
Row 3:Ch4(counts as first dc and ch-1),
*dcineachofnext3dc,ch2,sknextdc,
dcineachofnext3dc**,ch2,repfrom
*across,endinglastrepat**,dcinlast
st,turn.
Row 4:Ch3(counts as first dc),*dc dec
(see Stitch Guide)innext3sts,ch3,dcin
nextch-2sp,ch3,dcdecinnext3dc**,
ch1,repfrom*across,endinglastrepat
**,dcinlastst,turn.
Row 5:Ch 7(see Pattern Note),sknext
ch-3sp,*dcinnextdc,ch4**,sknext
ch-3sp,dcinnextch-1sp,ch4,sknext
ch-3sp,repfrom*across,endinglastrep
at**,dcinlastst,turn.
Row 6:Beg half shell(see Special Stitch-
es)infirstst,*ch2,sknextdc**,shellin
nextdc,repfrom*across,endinglastrep
at**,end shell(see Special Stitches) in
lastst,turn.
Row 7:Ch3(counts as first dc),*dcin
eachofnext3dc,ch2,dcineachofnext
3dc**,ch2,sknextdc,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,dcinlastst,turn.
Row 8: Ch6 (counts as first dc and ch-3),
*dcdecinnext3sts,ch1,dcdecinnext
3sts,ch3**,dcinnextch-2sp,ch3,rep
from*across,endinglastrepat**,dcin
lastst,turn.
Row 9:Ch7,sknextch-3sp,*dcinnext
ch-1sp,ch4,sknextch-3sp**,dcinnext
dc,ch4,sknextch-3sp,repfrom*across,
endinglastrepat**,dcinlastst,turn.
Reprows29forpattern,endingwith
row2. C!
Oatmeal
Clematis
Chocolate souffle
Red hot passion
COLOR KEY
Inside-Out Afghan
Queen-Size Chart
Inside-Out Afghan
Throw-Size Chart
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YarnWeightSymbol&
CategoryNames
TypeofYarnsinCategory
Sock,Fingering,
Baby
Sport,
Baby
DK,Light
Worsted
Worsted,
Afghan,Aran
Chunky,
Craft,Rug
Super
Chunky,
Roving
CrochetGauge*Rangesin
SingleCrochetto4inches
2132sts 1620sts 1217sts 1114sts 811sts 59sts
RecommendedHookin
MetricSizeRange
2.253.5mm 3.54.5mm 4.55.5mm 5.56.5mm 6.59mm
9mmand
larger
RecommendedHookU.S.
SizeRange
B1E4 E47 7I9 I9K10
K10
M13
M/N13and
larger
STANDARD YARN WEIGHT SYSTEM
Categories of yarn, gauge ranges, and recommended hook sizes.
Beginnerprojectsfor
frst-timecrocheters
usingbasicstitches.Minimalshaping.
Easyprojectsusing
basicstitches,
repetitivestitchpatterns,simplecolor
changes,andsimpleshapingand
fnishing.
Intermediateprojects
withavarietyof
stitches,mid-levelshapingandfnishing.
Experiencedprojects
usingadvanced
techniquesandstitches,detailed
shapingandrefnedfnishing.
SKILL LEVELS
*Guidelines only: The above refect the most commonly used gauges and hook sizes for specifc yarn categories.
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beg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . begin/begins/beginning
bpdc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . back post double crochet
bpsc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .back post single crochet
bptr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .back post treble crochet
CC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . contrasting color
ch(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chain(s)
ch- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . refers to chain or space
previously made (i.e., ch-1 space)
ch sp(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . chain space(s)
cl(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cluster(s)
cm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . centimeter(s)
dc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . double crochet (singular/plural)
dc dec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . double crochet 2 or more
stitches together, as indicated
dec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . decrease/decreases/decreasing
dtr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . double treble crochet
ext . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .extended
fpdc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . front post double crochet
fpsc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . front post single crochet
fptr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . front post treble crochet
g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gram(s)
hdc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . half double crochet
hdc dec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . half double crochet 2 or more
stitches together, as indicated
inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . increase/increases/increasing
lp(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .loop(s)
MC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .main color
mm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . millimeter(s)
oz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ounce(s)
pc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . popcorn(s)
rem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . remain/remains/remaining
rep(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .repeat(s)
rnd(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . round(s)
RS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . right side
sc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . single crochet (singular/plural)
sc dec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .single crochet 2 or more
stitches together, as indicated
sk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .skip/skipped/skipping
sl st(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . slip stitch(es)
sp(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . space(s)/spaced
st(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .stitch(es)
tog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .together
tr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . treble crochet
trtr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .triple treble
WS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . wrong side
yd(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . yard(s)
yo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . yarn over
STI TCH GUI DE
F OR MOR E COMP L E T E I NF OR MAT I ON,
V I S I T F R E E PAT T E R NS . COM
Chain (ch): Yo, pull
through lp on hook.
Slip stitch (sl st): Insert
hook in st, pull through
both lps on hook.
Single crochet (sc):
Insert hook in st, yo,
pull through st, yo,
pull through both
lps on hook.
Front loop (front lp)
Back loop (back lp)
Front Loop Back Loop
Treble crochet (tr):
Yo twice, insert hook
in st, yo, pull through
st, [yo, pull through 2
lps] 3 times.
Double treble
crochet (dtr): Yo 3
times, insert hook in
st, yo, pull through st,
[yo, pull through 2 lps]
4 times.
Half double crochet
(hdc): Yo, insert hook
in st, yo, pull through
st, yo, pull through all 3
lps on hook.
Double crochet (dc):
Yo, insert hook in st,
yo, pull through st,
[yo, pull through 2 lps]
twice.
Treble crochet
decrease (tr dec): Hold-
ing back last lp of each
st, tr in each of the sts in-
dicated, yo, pull through
all lps on hook.
Example of 2-tr dec
S T I T C H A B B R E V I AT I O N S
YA R N C O N V E R S I O N
Chain Color Change
(ch color change)
Yo with new color,
draw through last lp
on hook.
Double Crochet
Color Change (dc
color change)
Drop first color, yo
with new color, draw
through last 2 lps of st.
Front post stitch (fp):
Back post stitch (bp):
When working post st,
insert hook from right
to left around post st
on previous row.
Back Front
Post
of
Stitch
Single crochet
decrease (sc dec):
(Insert hook, yo, draw
lp through) in each of
the sts indicated, yo,
draw through all lps
on hook.
Example of 2-sc dec Example of 2-dc dec
Double crochet
decrease (dc dec):
Yo, insert hook, yo,
draw loop through,
draw through 2 lps on
hook) in each of the
sts indicated, yo, draw
through all lps on hook.
Example of 2-hdc dec
Half double crochet
decrease (hdc dec):
(Yo, insert hook, yo,
draw lp through)
in each of the sts
indicated, yo, draw
through all lps on
hook.
Reverse Single Crochet (reverse
sc): Ch 1. Skip first st. [Working
from left to right, insert hook in
next st from front to back, draw
up lp on hook, yo, and draw
through both lps on hook.]
OUNCES TO GRAMS
1 ............... 28.4
2 ............... 56.7
3 ............... 85.0
4 ............ 113.4
GRAMS TO OUNCES
25 .................78
40 .............. 123
50 .............. 1
100 ............ 3
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=
=
=
=
=
=
sc (single crochet)
dc (double crochet)
htr (half treble crochet)
tr (treble crochet)
dtr (double treble crochet)
ttr (triple treble crochet)
miss
sl st (slip stitch)
sc (single crochet)
hdc (half double crochet)
dc (double crochet)
tr (treble crochet)
dtr (double treble crochet)
skip
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B Y C I N DY L O N G
If youve ever experienced the
stomach-churning, knuckle-whit-
ening terror that crocheters go
through when that happens, you
know what I mean. Last month, I
decided to go on a yarn diet and
use up all my stash before buying
anymore. Its a great way to clean
out closets and save money, plus
its such a feeling of accomplish-
ment to see all the finished proj-
ects. Thats what Ive heard, any-
way. Its only an academic theory
for me because Ive never actually
done it myself.
Anyway, I found a great pattern
for a filet tablecloth that I just love.
I dug through my stash, found sev-
eral balls of ivory thread and got
started. It came along quickly and
I was excited about my progress. I
stopped several times to size it up
against my dining table. I asked
my husband, Dan, my favorite crit-
ic and Chief Source of Income for
Yarn, what he thought. He opined:
All I know is, Im a dead man if I
spill anything on it.
I got within 30 rows of
finishing when I came to the end
of the ball I was working from.
I grabbed for the next, but there
was no next. Id have to buy more
(so much for my yarn diet), but my
store didnt have it. No store had it.
The thread was old and had been
discontinued. Yikes! The filet pat-
tern wouldnt work if I just ended
it where it was.
Suddenly, the impact of the
situation hit me full force: Id
have to rip it all out! All that work
and anticipation sadly wasted.
I couldnt face taking it apart my-
self, so I taught my daughter a
new stitch, the frog stitch (rip-it!
rip-it!).
Well, of course Im miser-
able now. I have no tablecloth, I
still have to use up all that thread
somehow, and Im out many hours
of crochet time Ill never get back.
The only thing that will make me
feel better now isyarn shopping!
Its funny how breaking a yarn diet
and breaking a real diet are both
just as fun!
NOT ENOUGH YARN
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