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Monday, October 16, 2017

Swift Swirl Cowl

A knitting Pattern


I have a new pattern to add to the Swift Swirl Series. The last 2 patterns, the Swift Swirl Hat and the Swift Chevron Hat were worked in the round. For this pattern it is worked flat so some of the rules change a little. It is still an easy to follow along pattern and I was able to finish this cowl up in a weekend.

 I was so excited to be working on this cowl. I always have a lot of fun with yarns that change colors, they make me keep going because I want to see how the next color will look. The yarn is Lion Brand: Amazing and the color is Cosmos. This is some yarn that my Granny had bought before she passed away. I don't know what she had planned for it, but it makes me feel close to her as I wear my new cowl.  


Another great thing about this yarn is that I only needed 1 skein to finish off this cowl. Towards the end I felt like I was playing yarn chicken but there was enough to make a seamless finish. So be warned you might want to pick up 2 just in case. 

I am pretty sure this is going to be a fall staple in my wardrobe this year.  I'm wearing it right now as I type. 


 Where can I get this Pattern ?

 This is a free knitting pattern. Just keep scrolling down to see this pattern. You can also purchase this pattern in my Ravelry store for $3.00. This is a great option if you want an ads free printer friendly version of the pattern. Start at m Ravelry Page Of click the Buy Me link below.  
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Swift Swirl Cowl

Designer: Julia Schwartz 

Yarn: Lion Brand: Amazing, 53% Wool, 47% Acrylic, 1 ball color: cosmos 147 yrds. 
 I used all of the ball and came close to the finish, so you might want 2 just in case. 

Needle size 9: 5.5mm straight 

Notions: Yarn Needle to weave in your ends 

Size: 8 by 30in. 

Gauge: 12-16 stitches, 15-22 rows to 4"

Special Stitches: 
Right Twist (RT): Knit 2 together keeping both stitches on the left needle, knit into the first stitch, then pull both stitches onto the right needle, stitch complete. 

Notes: This pattern is worked flat and them is Kitchener stitched at the end. 

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.

Pattern: 
With a provisional cast on, cast on 36 sts

Row 1 (ws): (p,k) repeat 2 times for long seed st, p 24, (k,p) repeat 2 times for long seed st.

Row 2 (rs): ( k, p) repeat 2 times, k2, 3 RT, k4, 3 RT, k4, 1 RT, (p,k) repeat 2 times.

Row 3: (k,p) repeat 2 times, p 24, (p,k) repeat 2 times

Row 4: ( p, k) repeat 2 times, k1, 3 RT, k4, 3 RT, k4, 1 RT, k1, (k, p) repeat 2 times

Repeat rows 1 and 3 for every wrong side row. 

Row 6: ( k, p) repeat 2 times, 3 RT, k4, 3 RT, k4, 2 RT, (p, k) repeat 2 times

Row 8: ( p, k) repeat 2 times, k1, 2 RT, k4, 3RT, k4, 2 RT, k1, (k, p) repeat 2 times

Row 10: ( k, p) repeat 2 times, 2 RT, k4, 3 RT, K4, 3 RT, (p,k) repeat 2 times

Row 12: ( p, k) repeat 2 times, k1, 1 RT, k4, 3 RT, K4, 3RT, K1, (k, p) repeat 2 times

Row 14: ( k, p) repeat 2 times, 1 RT, K4, 3 RT, K4, 3 RT, k2, (p,k) repeat 2 times

Row 16: ( p, k) repeat 2 times, k5, 3 RT, K4, 3 RT, k3, (k, p) repeat 2 times

Row 18: ( k, p) repeat 2 times, k4, 3 RT, k4, 3 RT, K4, (p,k) repeat 2 times

Row 20: ( p, k) repeat 2 times, k3, 3 RT, k4, 3 RT, k5, (k, p) repeat 2 times

Repeat rows 1 – 20 6 times. 
Put provisional cast on back on the needle and cast off with the Kitchener stitch. Weave in your ends and lightly block.





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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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