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Okay, I put Sage in the screen shot. But she’s not in the video. Sorry! She just went so well with her little shawl. LoL!
Thanks to everyone for getting through that video if you did. I seriously need to get out more. Haha!
A shawl to say “Hello”: Kuura, a free pattern on Ravelry, and one of my faves.
Georgiana Shawl: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/georgiana-shawlette-2
Yarn for hat: https://www.etsy.com/shop/gherkinsbucket
Hat from Leftovers… my own “design”??? Not really. But here’s basically how I did it:
Round 1: Make a magic loop. Chain 2. Make 12 double crochet (US terms) in ring. Pull ring closed. Join with slip stitch in first double crochet. (12 double crochet)
Round 2: chain 2, 2 double crochet in first stitch and in each stitch around. (24 double crochet total) End slip stitch in top of beginning double crochet.
Round 3: chain 2, double crochet 1 in first stitch. 2 double crochet in next stitch. 1 double crochet in next stitch. 2 double crochet in next stitch. Repeat that around. (36 double crochet total.) End slip stitch in top of beginning double crochet.
Repeat round 3, adding one extra single stitch in between the double (increase) stitches, increasing 12 stitches every round. Go until you have exactly or slightly less stitches than you need for the head circumference you’re going after. I sometimes will increase only 6 in the last increase round to get closer to that number.
Work double crochet to desired length of hat. Super huge bonus of crocheted hats is that it’s INSANELY easy to check the fit as you go. When you’ve gotten to the end, slip stitch in the last stitch, pull the yarn through and weave in ends.
Optional: change colors as desired. Before you switch colors, do a loose slip stitch row in last row worked. Do a final loose row of slip stitch in the last row of the hat for a cleaner edge. Make sure the slip stitch row is LOOSE. Not so loose the slip stitches hang, but enough that the hat still has a bit of stretch. You can end up making the hat too small if you get it too tight.
Okay, and that’s it. If you have questions, let me know. Totally didn’t plan on doing that, but there’s your bonus.
Crocheted Cowl/Scarf: $3.99 on Ravelry
My shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/kathycanuel
My Instagram: KathyCanuel
The Pine Cottage Crochet Podcast | Episode 1
Podcast that focuses on crochet and crafting.
For show notes, please visit http://www.nikolgammalo.org/crochet/2018/2/2/podcast-episode-1-notes
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Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2018 – Friday vlog – KnitsWithAttitude and some podcaster interviews!
Knit with Attitude – https://knitwithattitude.com/shop/
Plystre backpacks – https://www.plystre.no/?lang=en&v=d2cb7bbc0d23
John from Beardycheil – https://beardychiel.uk/
Martins lab – https://www.martinslab.com/
woolmeise – https://www.rohrspatzundwollmeise.de/en
1. Anna from the Dunkelgrun podcast – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLywKNq1nQX2BCUp5VMgauhBJZ_fDjcDLw
2. Magdelena of the Wolff und schafe podcast – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzSnINzrkQgp91zW12MbUTA
Yarn Swift – Fiber tales Podcast from Denmark 😉
Crochet Podcast #18 Virus Shawl and hats
A few WIPs to show you and some finished items as well.
Ninja Chickens – Episode #32 Knitting Podcast
Thank you for joining me for Episode #32 of Ninja Chickens!
Today, we’ll chat a bit about knitting, my journey around Edinburgh and the Edinburgh Yarn Festival, learn how the Scottish Highland Mountains are connected to my Appalachian Mountains, and hear how the story of Superwash VS. Non-Superwash yarns is not so black and white.
This is a mostly fiber related podcast about knitting, spinning and natural dyeing, with a bit of homesteading, homeschooling, herbal medicine, and DIY thrown in there now and then.
You can find me here:
Come and play at the Ninja Chickens Ravelry group – http://www.ravelry.com/groups/ninja-chickens
Opening and closing music is “Say Darlin’ Say” by permission from the multi-talented and amazing Rising Appalachia – http://www.risingappalachia.com/