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  1. Materials WW yarn such as RHSS. To be safe, 2 skeins, 6oz Crochet hook size 7mm (this is between a K and L, so either of those would work too) yarn needle Gauge: Unimportant Difficulty: Medium Size: One Instructions Note: ch 1 at beg of rows does not count as a st Ch 71, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Rows 2-30: Ch 1, turn. Working in the horizontal yarn below top of hdc, hdc in each hdc across. Note: the last hdc can be difficult to see. Count your sts periodically to make sure you always have the same number. After Row 30
  2. Just finished this yesterday. Obviously I ran out of purple on the last row of scarf, but I like it anyway. If anyone wants the pattern I will publish it and eventually get it on my Ravelry, where all my patterns are free. It's pretty simple, up until the scarf construction, but even that isn't too difficult. I just used stash yarn to do it with. The pink came from an old afghan I pulled apart and it had some stains in it. But some oxy powder took care of that. A turn in the washing machine/dryer, and it looks great. Okay, I put the pattern in Original patterns. I hope they're clear. http
  3. I'm quite excited to show my HOTH Unicorn scarf I've made as a request for a friend! I've made it with King Cole big value chunky yarn and cobbled together a few free patterns from ravelry. Here is my ravelry project if anyone would like to see higher resolution pictures or which patterns I used: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/PrettyPotato/easy-rounded-scoodie
  4. Side view. One of a set of six scoodies (hooded scarf). No points or corners on the hood.

    © Zoe Deterding

  5. One of a set of six scoodies (hooded scarf). No points or corners on the hood.

    © Zoe Deterding

  6. This is a pattern I created a few months ago and I've made quite a few for people who've requested them. It's quite versatile for changing sizes. Although I have specified a particular brand, there is obviously no reason why a different yarn cannot be substituted, but James C Brett seems to drape really well for this project. http://www.crochetville.com/community/files/file/503-ribbed-scoodie/ Edited just to say - if you see the name "Zoe Deterding" on the pictures or document, that is me (my username on Crochetville is different).
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