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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Functional Elegance Cowl

A free Crochet Pattern


Lace is one of my favorite things to make with crochet. Lace does not keep you warm in the winter and those colder months though. I wanted a pattern that showed of my lace skills but still kept me warm for those transitional months from winter into spring.

This cowl was inspired by the decor using burlap with an overlay of lace. Do you know what I'm talking about? I love all those ball glass jar candles wrapped with burlap and lace. They are so pretty.

I kept the lace simple. It is an 8 stitch repeat, so If you want it longer or shorter you can increase or decrease by 8. Also I started this pattern with foundation stitches instead of chains because there are so many. If you are more comfortable with starting with a chain make sure you start with 203 chs to make your starting dc.

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Designer Julia Schwartz 
Yarn: Woolike yarn by loops and Threads 85% acrylic 15% nylon 2 balls 678 yards colors Chocolate and Tan
or any fingering weight size yarn.
Hook: E/ 4 3.5mm
Notions: Yarn Needle to weave in your ends
Size: 7 inches by 34 inches circumference
Gauge: 20 dc and 13 rows equals 4 inches
Stitches Used: ch, sl st, sc, dc, picot, foundation dc

Special Stitches: 
Picot: ch 4, sl st into last st made
Foundation DC: yo, insert hook into ch of last st, yo pull up a loop, yo, pull through 1 loop, (yo, pull though 2 loops) 2 times.

Notes:If you want it longer or shorter you can increase or decrease by 8. Also I started this pattern with foundation stitches instead of chains because there are so many. If you are more comfortable with starting with a chain make sure you start with 203 chs to make your starting dc.

Copyright: Julia Schwartz. Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.

Functional Elegance Cowl Pattern: 

Round 1: Ch 4, make a foundation dc in the 1st ch, make 198 more foundation dc for a total of 200 dc, sl t into beginning dc to close up loop.

Round 2 and 3: Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), dc in each st around, sl stitch into first dc

Round 4: Ch 4 (counts as dc ch 1), {sk 1 dc, dc in the next dc, ch 1} repeat {to} to the last dc, sl st into the 3rd ch of the beginning ch 4.

Round 5: Sl st into the first ch 1 sp, ch 1, {sc in the ch 1 sp, 3 dc in the next ch 1 sp}, repeat {to}, sl st in the first sc.

Round 6: Ch 5(counts as dc ch 2) , dc in starting st, sk 1 dc, sc in the next dc, { (dc, ch 2, dc) in the next sc, sk 1 dc, sc in the next dc} repeat {to} to the fist dc, sl st in beginning dc.

Round 7: Sl st into the first ch 2 sp, ch 1, sc, ( 4 dc, picot, 3 dc) {sc in the next ch 2 sp, (4 dc, picot, 3 dc) in the next ch 2 sp} repeat {to} to the beginning st, sl st in starting sc.

Round 8: Ch 5, dc in starting st, ch2, sc in picot, ch 2, {(dc, ch 3, dc) in sc, ch 2, sc in picot, ch 2}, repeat {to}, to the beginning dc, sl st into beginning st.

Round 9: Sl st into ch 2 sp, {sc, ch 1, (dc, ch 1, dc, picot, ch 1, dc) in sc, ch 1} repeat {to} to the starting st, sl st into starting st.
Finish off

Rotate the cowl around and sl st into starting st. repeat rounds 2- 9. 
Finish off.


Under layer 

Round 1: With lighter color, working with the lace part behind what you are working, sl st into an open dc of row 3, ch 3, dc in the same st, (2 dc in the next open dc) repeat (to) for a total of 200 dc, sl st into the starting dc.

Round 2-6: Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), dc in each st around, sl stitch into first dc

Round 7: ch 3, dc in the next 3 dc, {dc into the picot of top of lace and the dc of row 6(this is to secure the lace to the solid underlayer), dc in the next 7 dc} repeat {to} to the last picot, dc in the last picot, dc in each of the last 4 dc, sl st into the first st (200 dc)

Round 8 and 9: Ch 3, turn, dc in each st around, sl stitch into first dc (200 dc)

Round 10: Ch 1, hdc in each stitch across for a total of 200 st. Sl st into first st.
Finish off.
Rotate the cowl and repeat the instructions for the under layer.
Weave in your ends


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Monday, November 6, 2017

Poinsettia Jar Cozy

 A Free Crochet Pattern




This is the last pattern that I am moving over from Crochetvolution.  I'm a little sad to be done. Crochetvolution and the Editor Melissa Mall were such an integral part of me becoming the designer and blogger I am today. I will always be thankful for the boost of confidence that I got from being a published designer in those beginning days, before I even had a website in place.

The Poinsettia Jar Cozy is made beautiful by painting it after it's made. If you have seen my Sunflower Project then you already know I like to paint on my projects. For this one I used my water color pencils, so maybe I shouldn't call it painting but coloring. Water color pencils are great for beginners to play with I think they give you more control over what you are doing.  If you are going to get your project damp to block it why not color on it a little.

I should also note that this pattern inspired another Christmas pattern that you can find Here. The Poinsettia Christmas Ornament is my most popular pattern on Pinterest for obvious reasons.



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Poinsettia Jar Cozy

Designer: Julia Schwartz
Difficulty: Intermediate
Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Classic Crochet (Size 10); [100% Cotton, 400 yds/336m per ball] less than 1 ball.
Hook: Size 6 steel hook

Notions:
  • Water
  • Water color pencils
  • Wax paper
  • Jar
Size: One Size
Finished Measurements: 4.5 x 5 inches (folded over)
Gauge: 8 sts/8 rows = 1″ in sc

Directions:
Rnd 1: Ch 5; sl st in beginning ch to form a loop. Ch 1, make 12 sc in loop, sl st in first sc. (12 sc)

Rnd 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), (dc, ch 3 (also counts at a dc here and throughout this row) sl st) in same st. {Sl st in next 2 sts, (ch 3, dc, ch 3, sl st) in same st.}  Repeat  {to} 4 more times. Sl st in next 2 sp and up the first dc. (6 groups of 3 dc)

Rnd 3: Ch 3; dc in same sp, make 2 dc in each of the next 2 st, ch 1, {Make 2 dc in each of  the next 3 st, ch 1.}  Repeat  {to} 5 more times, sl st into beginning dc. (6 – 6 dc groups)

Rnd 4: Ch 2, dc in next st (decrease just made). Dc in next 2 sts, dc2tog in next 2 st. Ch 1, dc in ch-1 sp, ch 1. {Dc2tog, dc in the next 2 st, dc2tog, ch 1, dc in ch-sp, ch 1}. Repeat  {to}  4 more times, sl st into beginning dc. (6 leaves and 6 dc)

Rnd 5: Ch 2, dc in next st (decrease just made). Ddc2tog in next st, ch 2, 3 dc in next dc, ch 2. {Make 2 dc2tog in the next 4 st, ch 2, make 3 dc in the next dc, ch 2.} Repeat {to} 4 more times, sl st into beginning dc. (6 groups of 4 and 6 groups of 3 dc)

Rnd 6: Ch 2, dc in next st (decrease just made). Ch 3, 2 dc in each of the next 3 dc, ch 3. {Dc2tog, ch 3, make 2 dc in each of the next 3 dc, ch 3}. Repeat  {to} 4 more times, sl st into beginning dc. (6 groups of 2 and 6 groups of 6 dc)

Rnd 7: Ch 5 (counts as dc, ch 2); sc in next sp, ch 2. Dc2tog, dc in next 2 dc, dc2tog, ch 2, sc in next sp, ch 2. {Dc in dc2tog, ch 2, sc in next sp, ch 2, dc2tog, dc in next 2 st, dc2tog, ch 2, sc in sp, ch 2.}  Repeat {to} 4 more times, sl st in beg dc.


Rnd 8: Sl st into sp, ch 1. {(Sc in sp, ch 3) twice, (dc2tog in dc) twice, (ch 3, sc in next sp) 2 times, ch 3} Repeat {to} 5 more times,  sl st into beginning st.

Rnd 8: Sl st into sp, ch 1. {(Sc in sp, ch 3) twice, dc2tog in dc, (ch 3, sc in next sp) 3 times, ch 3} Repeat {to} 5 more times,   sc, ch 3, sl st into beginning st.


Finish off. Weave in ends.

For band:

Row 1: Insert hook at any dc2tog. Sl st, ch 1, sc in same st, (Ch 3, sc in next sp) 6 times.

Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Sc in sc, sc in 3 ch-sp. (Ch 3, sc in next sp) 5 times, sc in last st.

Row 3: Ch 1, turn. Sc in sc, ch 3, sc in next sp. (Ch 3, sc in next sp) 4 times, ch 3, sc in next st.

Rows 4-23: Repeat rows 2 and 3.

Row 24: Ch 1, turn, grab opposite end of poinsettia and sc in both Row 23 and dc2tog. (Ch 3, sc in next sp of poinsettia, ch 3, sc in next sp of Row 23.) Repeat till you come to the next dc2tog; sc.  

Finish off.
Weave in your ends.

Finishing: To paint your flower, get your jar cover damp. Put wax paper between the poinsettia and the band. Using watercolor pencils, color your Poinsettia, using the pictures as your guide. With a damp cloth carefully rub in the colors to blend it all together; set it out to dry.

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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Your Slip is Showing Crochet Edging

A Free Crochet Pattern


I've had my eye on shirt extenders for a little while now. I have a long torso so I'm never sure if shirts will fall where they need to. Then I saw a picture of a shirt extender that was a skirt instead of a tank top, and I thought, "Now that is what I need, I can adjust it how I want." Then I was pretty sure I could make one myself instead of purchasing one.

While I was getting all the things together to make my shirt extender, I stared thinking about when I was a little girl and moms and grandmas would talk about how embarrassing it was when someone would point out that their slip was showing. A slip was one of those under garments that should stay hidden and serves the purpose of not letting the silhouette of your legs show through your skirt.

Times have changed a little. Now we want those slips to show a little and we have changed their name to shirt or skirt extenders.

I have come up with a quick crochet edging to show off under your shirt or skirt. I opted to make my own slip to add the edging to, but it would be very easy to add the edging to a long tank top or favorite skirt.

Your Slip is Showing Crochet Edging Pattern 

Difficulty: Intermediate (If you have worked with lace before then it should be easy) 
Yarn: Redheart Luster Sheen solids: 307 yds, 281m acrylic.
Hook: D/3-3.25MM
Notions: Tapestry needle (for weaving in your ends), sewing machine (to sew your edging to your slip)  
Size: width: 3 inches Height: the the width of your thigh measurement plus 4 inches (model is 52 inces)
Gauge: 24 dc = 4 in. 8 dc = 4 in.
Notes: Stitches used: dc, ch, dc3tog, sc, picot

Row 1: Ch 15, dc in the 7th ch from hook, ch 2, sk 2 ch, 3 dc in the next ch, ch 1, dc in next ch, ch 1, 3 dc in the next ch, ch 2, dc in the last ch.

Row 2: Ch 4, turn, dc in next 3 dc, ch 1, dc in next dc, ch 1, dc in next 3 dc, ch 1, dc in the next dc, ch 2, dc in the last dc.

Row 3: Ch 5, turn, dc in teh next dc, dc3tog with the next 3 dc, ch 2, (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) in the next dc, ch 2, dc3tog with the next 3 dc, dc in the last dc.

Row 4: Ch 5, turn, skip the dc3tog, 3 dc in the next dc, ch 1, dc in the next dc, ch 1, 3 dc in the next dc, sk dc3tog, ch 2, dc in dc, ch 2, dc in last dc.

Row 5: Ch 5, turn, {dc in dc, ch 1, dc in next 3 dc, ch 1}, repeat once, dc in last dc.

Row 6: Ch 3, turn, dc3tog with the next 3 dc, ch 2, (dc, ch1, dc, ch 1, dc) in the next dc, ch 2, dc3tog in next 3 dc, dc in the next dc, ch 2 dc in last dc.

Row 7: C 5, dc in dc, ch 2, sk dc3tog, 3 dc in the next dc, ch 1, dc in the next dc, ch 1, 3 dc in next dc, sk dc3tog, ch 2, dc in last dc.

Rows 8 etc.: Repeat rows 2-7

When you get to the length you want, sl st short ends together, and Finish off.

Edging around edging: Pick the side that does not have the extra mesh side. {3 sc in the ch 3 sp, Picot, 3 sc in the next ch 3 sp{ repeat till you have gone all the way around the lace edging. Finish off. Weave in your ends.

Tutorial for the Slip

You can find a post on how to make the shirt extender here.

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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Dragon Slayer Scarf


 

A Free Crochet Pattern






 This Pattern was originally posted on Crochetvolution which is no longer operational. I will be moving the patterns over to my blog so you can continue to use the free patterns


With my move to a colder climate draws nearer I have started a collection of scarves, and just warmer things in general. I wanted a scarf that was thick and cozy, but had a lacey look to it at the same time. This pattern is what resulted. The things that I love about this scarf are that you determine the length of the scarf in the first row, and that it is worked horizontally not vertically. The other thing that I like is that it is only three rows, so it is really easy to work up. 

SIZE
One size
Model size is 6 in by 60 in.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

MATERIALS
Lion Brand:  Homespun yarn 1 skein
Bulky 5

The white scarf was made with Lion Brand: Wool- Ease Thick and Quick Super bulky 6 (2 skeins)

Hook: K/ 10.5 (6.5mm)


GAUGE
Not really necessary for this pattern.

NOTES
            To complete the scarf you will make rows 1- 3, then you will turn the scarf over and repeat rows 2 and 3.
Special stitches:
Picot: Ch 4, sl st in st just made.

Pattern
Row 1: Ch 9, join with sl st in 1st ch to make a loop, ch 3, make 8 dc in loop, {ch 9, sl st into last dc made, ch 2, sl st in loop with last dc (the first loop), turn so that string ends up in front of work, 9 dc in new loop} continue repeating {to} till you have your desired length and your end loops are facing opposite directions.(it should lay flat without any wave, like in the picture).


Row 2: Ch 5(counts as first dc and ch 2), turn, (dc in next dc, ch 2) five times, dc in next dc, sc in ch loop,{(dc in next dc, ch 2) 6 times, dc om next dc, sc in ch loop}, repeat {to}  till the end of the row.


Row 3: Ch 1, turn, sc in sc,{ (sc in next dc, picot, sc in next ch space) 6 times, sc in next dc, and sc in next sc}, repeat {to} till end of the row. Finish Off.


Turn scarf over and repeat rows 2 and 3 on the other side of the loops.

Finish off and weave in all ends.  


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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Lacey Shell Fingerless Gloves

A free crochet pattern




I have another Christmas present to share with you. My SIL asked me to make her some fingerless gloves. She sent me some pictures of different ones she liked on Pinterest. From those pictures I gathered that she wanted some that had a cuff and had an interesting element to them. With that in mind I made some fingerless gloves with my own flare.

As you know lace is my favorite. But it is not really practical in the winter when you want to stay warm. I thought why not add layers. I picked bold colors to really show off the lace.

*Update* Now that it has been a few years. I can say that I have made this pattern more than any  of my other patterns. I have made these gloves for teacher gifts, Christmas presents, craft fairs and everything in-between. People always comment on how warm they are because of the double layers. This isn't the most popular pattern on the blog in downloads but it is the pattern that I get commissions for the most.  




Designer: Julia Schwartz
Yarn: Any fingering size yarn will do. I have used everything from Red Heart LusterSheen, KnitPicks Hawthorne, Lionbrand Touch of Merino. Whatever best fits your budget. 
Hook: E-4
Gauge: 5 rows =2 inches, 12 dc = 2 inches
Size: Fits most women's adult hands
Stitches used: sc, ch, dc, sl st, sc through the back loop. 

Copyright
Julia Schwartz. Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact me through email. 



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Pattern Instructions

Starting with the lacy outside (make 2):

Using the natural color:

Round 1: Ch 42, Join first and last with a sl st, and ch 1, sc in each ch around, sl st in first sc.

Round 2: Ch 1, sc in same st, sk 2 sc, 7 dc in next sc, sk 2 sc, {sc in next sc, sk 2 sc,7 dc in next sc, sk 2 sc} repeat  {to}  till the last st, sl st into first sc.  (7 shells)

Round 3: Ch 3, sk 3 dc, {sc in next dc (top of shell), sk 3 dc, (dc, ch3, dc) in next sc, sk 3 dc}, repeat 5 times, sc in next dc, sk 3 dc, dc and ch 1 in next st, hdc into 3rd ch of the beginning ch 3.

Round 4: Ch 1, {sc in 3 ch sp (this is the ch 1 and hdc for the first st), 7 dc in next sc} repeat 6 times, sl st into beginning sc.

Rounds 5-7: repeat rounds 3, 4, and 3.

Round 8: Ch 1, sc in same sp, 7 dc in next sc, sc in next ch 3 sp, ch 5, sk next ch 3 sp and {sc in next ch 3 sp, 7 dc in the next ch 3 sp}, repeat 3 more times, sl st into first sc. (5 shells)

Round 9: Ch 3, sk 3 dc, sc in next dc, sk 3 dc, (dc, ch 3, dc) in next sc, sc in the middle of the ch 5 sp,{ (dc, ch 3, dc) in the next sc, sk 3 dc sc in the next dc} repeat 3 more times, ch 1, hdc in the 3rd ch of the beginning ch 3.

Round 10 and 12: Repeat round 4. The repeat in the round will be 5 times not 6.

Round 11 and 13: Repeat round 3. The repeat in the round will be 4 times, not 5. 

Round 14: Ch 1, 2 sc in ch 3 sp, sc in the next 3 st, {3 sc in the ch 3 sp, sc in the next 3 st}, repeat 4 more times, sc in the ch 3 sp, sl st in the first sc. Finish off.

Solid layer (make 2):


Round 1: Ch 42, sl st in to first ch to join the circle, ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), dc in each ch around for a total of 42 dc, sl st in beginning dc.

Round 2-6: Ch 3, dc in each dc around, sl st in beginning dc.

Round 7: Ch 3, dc in the next 4 dc, ch 5, sk 10 dc, dc in the next 27 dc, sl st in first dc.

Round 8: Ch 3, dc in the next 4 dc, 5 dc in the ch 5, dc in the next 27 dc, sl st in first dc.

Round 9-12: Ch 3, dc in each of the dc around for a total of 37 dc. Do not finish off at the end of round 12.

Combining the two layers:


Put the lace layer on top of the solid layer making sure that the thumb holes come together.  Work on the top of the glove.

Round 1: With the red, and working through both layers of loops, ch 1, sc in first sc and in each sc around being sure to grab both layers, sl st into beginning sc. 37 total)

Round 2: Ch 1, sc in each sc around (37 sc total.) Finish off.

Working from the bottom of the glove:


Round 1: Join the red thread, through both layers, with a sl st, ch 1, working through both layers of the glove, sc in each sc across for a total of 42 sc, sl st in first sc.

Round 2: Ch 9, sc in 2nd ch from hook, and in each ch across for a total of 8 sc, {sl st in the next 2 sc from the previous round, turn, working in the front loops only sc in the next 8 sc, ch 1, turn, working in the back loops only sc in the next 8 sc}, repeat {to} till you have made  a cuff around the hole glove. Joining the first row with the last row, sl st in each of the 8 sc. Finish off. Weave in all of your ends.  


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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Sunrise Sunset Scarf/Cowl Pattern


A Free Crochet Pattern

Have you ever had an idea but you did not know what to do with the idea. This scarf or cowl is one of those ideas. I first came up with it when I was thinking about hairpin lace and how you have to crochet strips of lace together to make it into something. I wanted to make strips of lace that would come together to make a cowl.

 When I was finished I was really excited with how it turned out, but then I thought the strips are really pretty by themselves. I wonder what it would look like if I chose a chunkier yarn and just had one strip. That brought about the scarf. Then I thought to myself what would it look like if I added some more color. It was stunning.

Some times that is how patterns happen, they evolve and grow into something more than what they were. Sometimes patterns have a hard time deciding what they are, this one sure did.

I like all the sides of it and all of the different personalities that it can have. I wanted to share with you what can happen with one simple pattern and that sometimes the possibilities for something is limitless.

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Sunrise Sunset Scarf/ Cowl Pattern



Yarn: I used a fine lace weight yarn for the cowl.
I used Caron Simply Soft for the scarf.  
 
 Hook: For the cowl: size 7 steel hook
 The scarf: I/8 6.00 mm hook
Gauge:For the cowl each strip is 8 by 4 in.
 The scarf is 8 by however long you want it.

 

Foundation Row: Ch 4, (2 dc, ch 2, 3 dc) in forth ch from hook, {ch 1, turn, sl st into next 3 dc and into the ch 2 space, (ch 3, dc, ch 2, 3 dc) in ch 2 sp} repeat {to} till you have your desired width if making a cowl or till you have your desired length if you are making a scarf. Do not finish off.

Row 1: (You will be working down the side of the foundation row), Ch 6 (counts as tr and ch,2),{ tr, ch 2 in next dc that is sticking out} repeat {to } till last dc group, tr in last dc group.

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as a dc), sk 2 ch make 2 more dc in same starting st, {sk 2 ch, 3 dc in next tr}, repeat {to}.

Row 3: Ch 2, dc2tog with the next two dc, {ch 2, dc3tog in the next 3 dc}, repeat {to}.

Row 4: Ch 8, sl st in forth ch made ( tr, picot just made), {ch 2, Tr in dc3tog, picot}, repeat {to}. Finish off.

Repeat rows 1 through 4 on the other side of the foundation row.

(If you want to add color to the scarf like the picture you will change color at row 2, and change back at row 4.)

To make cowl: (connect the strips together)



Make the scarf pattern (1 strip)

Repeat the scarf pattern on one side (2nd strip)

On the second side of the foundation row repeat rows 1- 3:

Row 4 for joining piece: Ch 6, sl st into first strip’s first picot, ch 2, sl st into forth ch of beginning ch 6, {ch 2, tr in dc3tog, ch 2, sl st in next picot of first strip, ch 2, sl st into tr just made}, repeat {to} till all picots are joined.

For the last strip you make for the cowl you will be repeating the second row 4 on each side, joining up both sides. 

Once it is all pieced together you can sc around both sides of the cowl to give it a finished look.


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