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  1. For 4yo gs. Still needs buttons
  2. Roe

    hooded blanket

    I have completed a crocheted wrap for my granddaughter. I want to add a hood to it. All patterns I see add hood to the right or left side rather than the finished edge of the wrap. I want to add it to the finished side because of the size I created. Is it wrong in the crochet world to add anything to the finished edge or last row of the blanket? Would greatly appreciate any responses.
  3. Hi everyone! I just found this community today and I'm pretty excited about it ! I have wanted to crochet and knit for years and never got around to it until about 2-3 months ago when I decided it was time and I first got the hang of knitting and crocheting followed a couple weeks after - all on YouTube believe it or not! Anyway, I am finally beginning to experiment with reading patterns (I started just following along on YouTube) and modifying them...Still trying to learn... I found this perfect and beautiful pattern for a 'Fairy Tale poncho' and I absolutely LOVE it. I feel like I would love it even more if I added a hood to it. Does anyone have any idea how I could do that? Here is the link for the pattern: http://www.mooglyblog.com/fairy-tale-poncho/ Thank you in advance for any input!
  4. Here is my latest Mother Bear that I call Mellow Yellow. Mellow Yellow bear has a crocheted hoodie. The pattern details for the crocheted hoodie can be found here.
  5. Here is my latest pattern for a striped hooded cowl. Hope you enjoy! http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/striped-hooded-cowl.html
  6. 1 hood, 3 styles. Wear it your way.. Hood - http://dearestdebi.com/2013/02/crochet-hood.html Cowl - http://dearestdebi.com/2013/10/crochet-hooded-cowl.html Infinity Scarf - http://dearestdebi.com/2013/11/crochet-hooded-infinity-scarf.html
  7. I've turned my Adult Hood pattern into a Hooded Cowl with Buttons. I used Lion Brand Homespun yarn because it's so soft and warm. Perfect to keep warm this winter. http://dearestdebi.com/2013/10/crochet-hooded-cowl.html
  8. My own design but not written up yet. I love this. So easy to pop over your head but keeps your arms free.
  9. Gracie's Hooded Scarf © 11/28/05 Dorothy “Dot” Matthews. All rights reserved. Originally published at http://patbythehook.blogdrive.com This pattern is intended for personal use only. You may do what you want with the items you make, as long as you give Dot credit as the designer, with the following restrictions: you may not sell your items online and you may not sell to retail or wholesale stores or businesses. You are welcome to direct people to this pattern by posting a link to it. This pattern may not be posted on any other site or distributed in any other manner. SIZE: will fit most adults SKILL: intermediate YOU WILL NEED: Hook size: K/10 1/2–6.50MM Approx. 10oz/556yds Red Heart Super Saver Yarn (worsted/medium/4) this project made with Red Heart Super Saver Multicolor in 0317 Reef Stripe STITCH LIST: single crochet (sc); double crochet (dc); chain (ch); foundation single crochet (foundation sc); loop stitch. Instructions for doing the foundation sc and the loop stitch are at the end of the pattern. OTHER ABBREVIATIONS: each (ea); skip (sk); yarn over (yo); stitch (st) GAUGE: 3 patterns (sc, dc, sk 1) = 2", 5 rows = 2" INSTRUCTIONS 185 foundation sc, ch 1, turn. Note: you can substitute ch 186, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch to end, ch 1, turn, for the foundations sc's. ROW 1: (sc, dc) in first st, *sk next st, (sc, dc) in next st. Repeat from * to last 2 sts, sk next st, sc in last st. ch 1, turn. (185 sts) ROWS 2 thru 17: Repeat row 1 – you will be skipping the dc's and placing stitches in the sc's. At end of row 17, count 74 stitches from one end of scarf, place a marker in the 74th stitch. Do the same on the other end. The marked stitches and the stitches in between is where the looped stitches will go. ROW 18: Repeat row 1 to the first marker. insert hook in next st (with the marker), with index finger of hand holding yarn, pull up a long loop about 1". Keep your finger in the loop and place the hook behind the yarn and grab both strands of loop and pull thru st (you will have 3 loops on hook and your finger stuck in the loop), now slip your finger out of the loop and hold it (the loop, not your finger) down out of your way, yo pull yarn thru the 3 loops on hook. (loop st made) – move marker up to the loop st. Make a loop stitch in each stitch from marker to marker. move marker up to the last loop st made. *sk next dc, (sc dc) in next st. Repeat from * to last 2 sts, sk next st, sc in last st. ROW 19: Repeat row 2 to first marker sc in st with marker – move marker up, sc in ea st to next marker, sc in st with marker – move marker up, *sk next dc, (sc dc) in next st. Repeat from * to last 2 sts, sk next st, sc in last st. ROW 20: Repeat row 18 (loop st row) ROW 21: Repeat row 19 ROW 22: Repeat row 18 ROW 23: Repeat row 19 ROW 24: Repeat row 18 ROW 25: Repeat row 19 Fasten off and weave in ends. Fold scarf in half with narrow ends together and right sides facing (loops are the right side of scarf). Starting at the fold, whip stitch a seam on the back of the scarf (side opposite of loops) about 10" or whatever is comfortable for you.
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