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  1. Hi! This is a relatively fast cowl that would be great for a gift, if you are crocheting for friends and family. You will find the free pattern here: https://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2019/11/adrie.html#.Xc0g2dVKjIU Enjoy!
  2. Hello, I'm looking to find a pattern for this Cowl. Or at least some idea for that "X" portion.
  3. Okay.I was wondering if anyone else that has tried it had the same problem I have had with guage being to small. Well, it's not quite that simple actually. The guage is as follows. 14 rows by 7 bean( 6 loop puff) stitches= 4" by 4". (Lion brand mandala yarn size 3)And of course using the famous size H crochet hook. But it also says, an easier way to guage your project is that your starting chain of 100 equal 27 to 28 inches long. My problem is, when I guage my project, even a J hook doesn't quite get me 7 bean stitches equaling 4 inches( try making 7 bean stitches with something close to an H hook and see if u get 4 inches lol), but it does get me a much longer starting chain than 28 inches lol I know I could just do less chains and bump up yet another hook size because the whole project is bean stitches. But I bet it just wouldn't look as pretty as the one online. Something has to be wrong with the way I'm crocheting or something. I just feel like the size of my beans vs how spaced apart they are.... (or maybe some other thing) would look bad. Not professional you know? I know it's a complicated question to tackle. But it's a free pattern. Easily accessible. https://www.ravelry.com/projects/pflaume/spring-bean-cowl I will post a picture of what mine keeps on coming up looking like. I did just unravel tho so I will have to make it again. Hopefully I figure something out this time. Sorry this is so long btw. And thank you for any help or tips/ ideas. An h hook only gets me to 7 beans equals 2 inches? J hook 3 inches. I sincerely doubt my guage is that different than hers. And it's a size 3 yarn too. A j or k hook seems a bit large for a size 3 yarn, but idk, I'm new to all this.
  4. So I'm trying to follow this pattern to make this scarf, but I'm having trouble with the 3rd row. It says to rep from * once more, them from * to ** once. But I can't get the number of stitches to work out properly. I always seem to never have enough to do both, but it doesn't seem like the directions for row 1 and 2 make the amount of extra chains to have enough for the 3rd row's extra rep. Can someone please explain/help me with that? Also, at the end of each row, it says to do 2 dc/sc in last sc/dc. Is that the same chain that is a part of the "1 dc/sc in each of the next 4 ch?" So the last chain would have 3 dc/sc in them? Or is it that it's an empty chain that has 2 at the end. Thanks in advance for the help!
  5. Hi Everyone! I would like to share with you all this cozy cowl in a rich color that reminds you of the turning leaves of fall. You will find the FREE pattern by clicking the link below. Enjoy! http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2017/08/adelynn.html#.WcoY6rJ97IU
  6. Hi Everyone! We all know that gift-giving time is approaching and you might be looking for some pretty things to add to your list, if you are going to be giving handmade gifts this year. Adalene is ideal for you! It is relatively easy and it works up really fast, doesn't take up an entire skein of yarn and you can whip up several to give away to female friends, relatives, co-workers, etc, who love feminine cowls. This pattern has been very popular at Craftybegonia blog and I want to share it with you all. It is also great for those of you who crochet for charity, since the winter months are crucial. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2016/09/adalene.html Take care! Clotilde
  7. I need some clarification on how exactly I'm supposed to work this basketweave pattern, since its not like other basketweave stitches I've done in the past. Pattern Reads: Ch 48 Row 1: (RS). 1 dc in 4th ch from hook. (Skip next 3 ch. 1 tr in each of the next 3 ch. Working in skipped chs behind 3 tr, 1 tr in each of the 3 skipped ch) 7 times. 1 dc in each of last 2 ch. Turn. Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc). 1 dc in each of next 4 sts. (Skip next 3 sts. 1 tr in each of the next 3 sts. Working in skipped sts in front of 3 tr, 1 tr in each of 3 skipped sts) 6 times. 1 dc in each of last 5 sts. Turn Row 3: Ch 3. 1 dc in next dc. (Skip next 3 ch. 1 tr in each of next 3 ch. Working in skipped sts behind 3 tr, 1 tr in each of 3 skipped sts). 7 times. 1 dc in each of last 2 dc. Turn. Last 2 rows form Basketweave Pattern. ** I'm confused on how I'm supposed to skip 3 ch, then 1 tr in next 3 ch, and then stitch 1 tr in skipped chs behind 3 tr. The way I'm reading the pattern, the 6 tr form an X, but not the basketweave pattern. If I could get clarification on the bold/underline section, it would be greatly appreciated. FYI: This is a free pattern that can be found on the Joann's website. Here is the link: http://joann.com/basketweave-cowl/3165880P210.html
  8. Hello! The pattern is called "Canyon Sunrise Cowl" Designed by Claire Martin and can be found on http://horizontaldesigns.blogspot.com/2013/10/free-crochet-pattern-ocean-sunrise-one.html#more. I hope this the right way to post a pattern reference, her blog has this at the bottom, "You may link to it or re-blog it in it's entirety", so hopefully it's ok. Rounds 1 and 2 have 75 stitches, then round 3 ends up with only 40. Some words seem to be missing from the end of the sentence for round 3. What do you think should be after "working in the (40)"? Working in the...? -Round 3: Ch 2 - 2 dc - complete mini-popcorn stitch, ch 1, then mini-popcorn st around, always with a ch 1 in between each, working in the (40) Also, round 4 doesn't say how many stitches i should end up with. Anyone know? This is such a cute cowl pattern, I hope someone has made it, or can interpret for me. Thank you!
  9. Hi Everyone! I have a free pattern to share for a super easy and very nice-looking cowl. You will find Charsey here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/12/charsey.html#.VpDgfPkrLIU Enjoy! Clotilde
  10. Here is a quick and easy one piece cowl scarf I crocheted in team colors including Seahawks colors. Here is the link to what I call the Simple & Comfy Cowl Scarf Pattern.
  11. Jaydree is 3 or 4 cowls in one, depending on how you wear it. Worked in a neutral color that goes with most things you might want to wear and with every complexion, this cowl is flexible because it is crocheted in a fa ux knitting stitch that is quite easy to do. It is cozy and very versatile, since it can be worn in various ways. Here is where you will find the free pattern: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/10/jaydree.html#.VhTX6vlViko Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  12. Hi! I thought I'd post this super easy, beginner scarf pattern that I posted. I am new to posting here, so let me know if I need to do anything different! Thank you! http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=546 I'm sorry, I realized I posted this in the wrong spot. I am not sure how to delete it! So sorry.
  13. Hi Everyone! I would like to share my latest pattern with those of you who love light neckwear. Allison is an easy, feminine cowl, a joy to make and uses less than a full skein! You will find the FREE pattern here: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/05/allison.html#.VUr7AI5Viko Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  14. Hi Everyone! I have a new free pattern for those of you who love cowls. Alynne is a lovely cowl with an unusual shape. Light and easy to make, with or without a bow. You will find it here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/04/alynne.html Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  15. Hi Everyone! We are having tremendous amounts of fun making all these beautiful cowls we have made lately. This one is a very easy, textured one for those of you who love blue. Enjoy! http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/03/tory.html#.VRunh_zF-So Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  16. In case anyone is looking to make a quick, chunky beginner cowl...here you go! http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=285
  17. I'd like to share with you my latest free pattern. Camille is a really pretty cowl that can be worn in different ways, it is ideal for those of you who love pink, flowers and are looking forward to spring. You'll find the FREE pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/03/camille.html#.VQEQBXzF-So Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  18. My friend taught me the Salomon knots and I made two shawls: For the first I used Nako Vals yarn and for the second - Alize Sal Simli. Here is also the knitted cowl - in fact it's my first project of 2015. I made the mittens too. As you can see, my kids were determined to appear in the photo...
  19. I have a new free crochet pattern to share. It's a basic twisted cowl scarf that you can crochet up quickly. It's an easy and basic crochet pattern that can be used as a hood or snood too. I have more pictures and the full free crochet pattern at my blog site.
  20. Hi Everyone! I would like to share with you my latest free pattern. Sophia is a longer cowl than the ones I usually make, it is super cozy and very easy to make. A two-toned beauty that will keep you warm during any winter day. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2015/01/sophia.html#.VLiWZtLF-So Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  21. Ewok hooded cowls, I've been working on for a few weeks now, my niece liked the idea at first and then realized she had to wear it on her head, so that's what her face is about, and my Nephew loves nearly everything I make. this is not really a patterned work I did follow a video by Bobwilson123 on youtube, but my joins are different, I did the tops seam differently.
  22. Hi Everyone! I'd like to share this new cowl with all of you who love this type of pretty and cozy neckwear. Abrianna is super simple, it doesn't take a full skein of yarn, and works up like a dream in no time flat. I made mine in two sittings because I was pressed for time, but if you are a seasoned crocheter, you can make it with your eyes closed in just one sitting, if you have the time. It is a great project for charity. It is even ideal for last minute gifts! You will find the free pattern here: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2014/12/abrianna.html Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  23. This pattern set is free through today only - the promotion ends at 11:59 pm tonight (12/7/14). Don't miss it! Click here for download instructions.
  24. Hi Everyone! I'd like to share with you this pretty and easy cowl. The beauty about Kathleen is that it incorporates different stitches and when you turn it around on your neck it looks different, depending on what stitches you bring to the front. It is pretty easy and it's a less than one skein project. It is ideal for gift-giving and also for charity since it works up really fast. You can make it one sitting if you have the time. Here is where you will get the free pattern: http://www.craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2014/11/kathleen.html#.VGWvVzQ7uw0 Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
  25. Hi Everyone! All Free Crochet has given me permission to share this because I am one of the designers featured in the collection. So you get a pretty collection of cowls for free, which includes my cowl Julia. This is a great collection if you're looking for patterns to make Holiday gifts. You will find the patterns here: http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Crocheted-Cowls/Make-a-Crochet-Cowl-10-Crochet-Cowl-Patterns-free-eBook Enjoy! Clotilde/Craftybegonia
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