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Pattern Information Pattern Description:Quick and easy gift for the person who wants a little coverage for their hands but likes having their fingers free. Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): written Skill Level:Advanced Beginner Stitches used double crochet, single crochet, and slip stitch Yarn/Material/Tools Required (specify which will supplied by designer and which by tester): 1 Skein Sock Yarn (I used Debra Norville sock Yarn which has a yardage of 230 yd and was able to make both a small and a large set from one skein of yarn) E Hook 3.5mm Tester Information Number of Testers Needed:2 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project:3 to 5 hours Deadline: May 1 Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.) experience required Tester Responsibilities (what exactly do you want testers to do and what information do you want them to supply to you):Please follow the pattern as written and complete either a large or small pair of the mitts, provide me with notes on the readability of pattern(i.e. confusing parts or anything that was written in a way that made following the pattern difficult), a picture of the completed item Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.):none I can pm the pattern to you or send it by email. Compensation Please specify what compensation you are offering to pattern testers (none, free copy of final pattern, monetary fee, etc.). None
One of my favorite patterns - this pattern uses a unique modified half-double crochet stitch that truly looks like the knitted garter stitch. I love this stitch and hope to make more use of it on other designs soon. This pattern is available with instant download on: Ravelry Etsy Craftsy Or if you prefer a PDF to be emailed to you, you can purchase on my website: PamDaleyDesigns.comEnjoy!
This scarf is made with one ball of self-striping sock yarn in fingering-weight. The braided look comes from the stitch pattern and the color changes in the yarn itself. Try this as an economical but striking Christmas gift! The pattern is available at Wolf Crochet and at Wolf Crochet on Facebook.