Save the Song Birds with Scrap Yarn

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Save the Song Birds with Scrap Yarn

Save the Song Birds with Scrap Yarn

As my family will tell you, I LOVE Birds! I love Blue Jays, Cardinals, Woodpeckers, Cat Birds, and more! I could go on and on about the different types of Birds I love, but I won’t. But I do want YOU crocheters or knitters out there to LOVE Song Birds so much that you make the baby birds a Nest with YOUR talent!

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My adopted daughter,Victoria Dunn, brought this idea to my attention, I LOVED this idea SO much that I want to get YOU involved! I found a pattern last night in my Gram’s old crochet patterns that I thought would be perfect for all of us to crochet for the baby song birds. SO I am sharing it right here on my Blog AND inside my FB Group Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs!  So be sure to crochet a basket (or 4), share it with us in my FB Group and I will share your pics on my website!

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For those of you like me, Chronic Pain sufferer or Scoliosis Survivor, this Crochet/Knit pattern is right up your alley!  It takes very little yarn, very little time, and leaves you with a HUGE sense of accomplishment!!  Here is the original post and the related post as well.  You can even watch a video about the group that use these nests.  For those of you that would like to mail in your nest when finished, here is the address to sent it to:

Carolina Waterfowl Rescue
CWR
Po box 1484
Indian Trail NC 28079

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You can use 2 strands of your Scrap Yarn!  1-1.5 ounces of each color is all you need!  I know I have made 8 so far and I haven’t even put a dent in my scrap yarn.

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Materials:

#4 Worsted Weight Yarn (1-3 oz)
#4 Worsted Weight 100% Cotton Yarn (1-3 oz)
US Hook J or 5.75 mm if needing tighter stitches
US Hook K or 6.50 mm

**You will use 2 strands at one time. We want the stitches to be nice and tight, so the cold air doesn’t hurt the baby birds.**

Nest will measure 3″ wide x 3″ tall

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Pattern:

ch 4

R1: 11 dc in the 4th ch from hook. Join with ss in to top of ch 3. (12 dc)

R2: Ch 3, 1 dc in the same space, 2 dc in the each stitch around.  ss to join (24 stitches)

R3: Ch 3, *2 dc in the next st, 1 dc in the next st.* Repeat * around (36 st)

R4: Ch 3, 1 dc in the back loop only of each st around. (36 st)

R6-R8: Ch 3, 1 dc in each dc around.. (36 st)


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**The ladies of the organization provided a Crochet and Knit Pattern, but the above Crochet Pattern is my own design.**

Knitted Artificial Bird Nest


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Directions:

On size 5 dpn’s cast on 54 stitches using 2 or 3 strands of yarn so the nests are tightly knit and will stand up in a bowl shape on their own! (divide sts up into 18 sts/needle). Work in knit (stockingette is automatic on dpn’s) stitch for approximately 3 inches. Begin decreasing for the crown as follows:

Next row: *K 7, k 2 tog* repeat to end
Next row: *K 6, k 2 tog* repeat to end
Next row: *K 5, k 2 tog* repeat to end
Nest row: *K 4, k 2 tog* repeat to end
Next row: *K 3, k 2 tog* repeat to end
Next row: *K 2, k 2 tog* repeat to end
Next row: *K 1, k 2 tog* repeat to end

Clip off yarn leaving a tail of about 6 inches.

Using yarn needle, slide yarn needle under all stitches on needles, and draw tight to close up the end. Knot

Make sure the nest can stand up in a bowl shape on its own!

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  • If you have any questions or concerns about the Ribbon Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern or any other pattern please email me at jo@joscraftyhook.com.  You will find my other crochet patterns here at my website.  I just posted a couple of my new crochet pattern designs, you will find them under Free Crochet Patterns.
  • You are free to sell or gift the Ribbon Ear Warmers.   If you sell them please reference me as the designer and where you found the Ribbon Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern.  If they would like to crochet the pattern themselves, please refer them back to my here website.
  • If you would like to purchase ad free pdf versions of any of my patterns, visit my Etsy Shop Items here at my website or at the Ravelry Store here.  Every purchase of my patterns helps!  The money earned allows me to buy more yarn so I can create and design more Handmade Crocheted Creations and crochet patterns for you to enjoy.
  • I would LOVE to see your version of my Ear Warmers!  You can “Hook It” at the Ravelry Store under Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs here.  You can also share them at my Facebook Page Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs here!  You can also post your version at any of my Social Media sites listed below!  If you share your version please use the hashtag #ribbonearwarmers or #twistedearwarmers or #jostwisted.  Thank you!
  • Comments, Questions, and Feedback are always welcome here at my website, at my FB Pages & Group, and any of my Social Media Sites.

Thank you for scrolling down here to see who our Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us’s next CAL will be and who will be doing it!  Natalia Johnson of nataliscrochet will be hosting her CAL 4/6 -4/13/2019.  You can check her out ahead of time by finding her here on Facebook and her crochet patterns here at the Ravelry Store.

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Ribbon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern

Ribbon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
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Well I kind of did things backwards last month with sharing my Twisted Cindy Messy Bun Hat crochet pattern with you.  I should have introduced the first crochet pattern in the Twisted Line I designed.  So without further ado the first crochet pattern in the Twisted Line, the Ribbon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern.  It is called Ribbon because the ear warmers design used a version of the Rib Stitch.

There, now that that is out of the way, in today’s post I will be sharing with you another Free Crochet Pattern that I have designed, the Rib-bon Ear Warmers.  You will find picture tutorials to go along with this pattern.  I even designed the flower that is attached to my version of my pattern.  I hope you enjoy it!

If you are looking for something to calm your Anxiety, lessen your Depression, or help you Cope with your chronic pain from Scoliosis or another disease, this pattern would be Perfect for you!   The pattern is not very long and it uses some basic stitches that won’t cause more pain.

But before we get started I wanted to remind you about our Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us!  We just finished up a CAL by Emily Lagler and her Alphabet Crochet Letters.  You can still find the CAL in the Units Section of our Facebook Group, just in case you wanted to join and take part in the past and future Crochet-A-Longs!  You can find our FB Group here!

The next CAL in our FB Group will be starting soon, March 9th to be exact!  Kat Rombold of Kat’s Krafty Korner will be doing Silly Monster Birthday CAL.  If you are interested in participating, she will be sharing this crochet pattern for FREE when you join our FB Group Crochet-A-Long with Us!

Rib-bon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
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Please join us as we Crochet-A-Long with You!  Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see who our next crochet designer’s CAL will be!

Now, let’s get started!

Rib-bon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
Rib-Bon Ear Warmers

Materials:
US Hook I/5.50 mm
US Hook H/5 mm
2-3 ounces of #5 Bulky Yarn
.5 ounces of #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
1 inch Button
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Size:
5” Height
21.5”-22.5” Length

Gauge:
US Hook I/5.50 mm
4 HDC x 2 Rows = 1 inch

Abbreviations:
CH = Chain
SS = Slip Stitch
SC = Single Crochet
SC2TOG = Single Crochet 2 Together
FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet
BPDC = Back Post Double Crochet
WS = Waffle Stitch

Notes:
Ch 1 does NOT count as a stitch
Ch 2 does NOT count as a stitch
SC2TOG instructions on YouTube here.
FPDC & BPDC instructions on YouTube here.

Special Stitches:
Front Post Double Crochet – Double Crochet going around the Front Post of the DC in the Previous Row.
Back Post Double Crochet – Double Crochet going around the Back of the DC in the Previous Row.
SC2TOG – Crochet 2 single crochets together.
Waffle Stitch – Alternating FPDC and BPDC

Ear Warmers
R1:  ch 2, 3 sc in 2nd ch from hook  (3 sc) Turn
R2:  ch 1, 2 sc in 1st st, sc, 2 sc in last st. (5 sc) Turn
R3:  ch 1, sc across.  (5 sc) Turn
R4:  ch 1, 2 sc in 1st st, sc in next 3 st, 2 sc in last st.  (7 sc) Turn
R5:  ch 1, sc across.  (7 sc) Turn
R6:  ch 1, 2 hdc in 1st st, hdc in next 5 st, 2 hdc in last st.  (9 sc) Turn
R7:  ch 1, sc across.  (9 sc)   Turn
R8:  ch 1, 2 hdc in 1st st, hdc in next 7 st, 2 hdc in last st.  (11 sc) Turn
R9:  ch 1, sc across.  (11 sc)  Turn
R10:  ch 1, 2 hdc in 1st st, hdc in next 9 st, 2 hdc in last st.  (13 sc) Turn
R11:  ch 1, sc across.  (13 sc) Turn
R12:  ch 1, 2 hdc in 1st st, hdc in next 11 st, 2 hdc in last st.  (15 sc) Turn
R13:  ch 1, sc across.  (15 sc) Turn
R14:  ch 1, 2 hdc in 1st st, hdc in next 13 st, 2 hdc in last st.  (17 sc) Turn
R15:  ch 1, sc across.  (17 sc) Turn
R16:  ch 1, 2 hdc in 1st st, hdc in next 15 st, 2 hdc in last st.  (19 sc) Turn
R17:  ch 1, sc across.  (19 sc) Turn

Should Measure 5 inches before R18.

Rib-bon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
5″

R18:  ch 1, hdc in each st across.  Turn (19 hdc)
R19:  ch 1, dc in each st across.  Turn (19 dc)
R20:  ch 2, dc in first 2 st, *fpdc in next st, bpdc in next st (Waffle Stitch made)*  Repeat from * to * across to last 2 st, dc in last 2 dc. Turn (19 st)
R21:  ch 2, dc in first 2 st, *alernate WS from previous Row.*  Repeat from * to * across to last 2 st, dc in last 2 dc. Turn  (19)
Repeat Waffle Stitch in R20-21 or until the Waffle Stitch measures 11.5 inches.  End with R21.

Ribbed Stitches should measure 11.5 inches from R18.

11.5″

Decrease Rows
R1:  ch 1, dc in each st across.  Turn (19 dc)
R2:  ch 1, hdc in each st across.  Turn (19 hdc)
R3:  ch 1, sc in each st across.  Turn (19 sc)
R4:  ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 15 st, sc2tog.  Turn (15 sc + 2 sc2tog)
R5:  ch 1, sc in each st across.  Turn (17 sc)

Making of Button Holes
R6:  ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 13 st, sc2tog.  Turn (13 sc + 2 sc2tog)
R7:  ch 1, sc in each st across.  Turn (15 sc)
R8:  ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 11 st, sc2tog.  Turn (11 sc + 2 sc2tog)R9:  ch 1, sc in each st across.  Turn (13 sc)
R10:  ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 9 st, sc2tog.  Turn (9 sc + 2 sc2tog)
R11:  ch 1, sc in each st across.  Turn (11 sc)
R12:  ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next 2 st, ch 3, sk 3 st, sc in next 2, sc2tog.  Turn (4 sc + 2 sc2tog + ch 3)
R13:  ch 1, sc in next 3 st, place 3 sc across ch 3, and sc in last 3 st.  Turn (9 sc)
R14:  ch 1, sc2tog, sc in next sc, ch 3, sk 3 st, sc in next sc, sc2tog.  Turn (2 sc + 2 sc2tog + ch 3)
R15:  ch 1, sc in next 2 sc, place 3 sc across ch 3, sc in last 2 sc.  Turn (7 sc)
R16:  ch 1, sc2tog, ch 3, sk 3 st, sc2tog.  Turn (2 sc2tog + ch 3)
R17:  ch 1, sc in 1st sc, sc across ch 3, sc in last sc.  Turn (5 sc)
R18:  ch 1, sc across.  (5 sc) Do NOT turn

Should measure 5 inches from R43-R50 when finished.

Rib-bon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
Decrease Rows 5″

Border

Ch 1, sc in each end row and stitch evenly around the ear warmers.
Ss in 1st sc made.
Fasten off and weave in ends with Tapestry Needle.

Sew a button onto R2-R3 at beginning of Ear Warmers, being sure to line up with Button Holes made at R6-R18 of Decrease Rows

Below you will find a crochet pattern for a Flower.  You can attach it to the Ear Warmers or leave it off, it is up to you.

Rib-bon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
Border

Rib-bon Ear Warmers Flower

Rib-bon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
Rib-bon EarWarmers Flower

Materials:
US Hook H/5.00 mm
1 ounces of #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
1 inch Button
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

1st Layer of Flower

R1: Make a Slip Knot, leaving a long tail for attaching to Ear Warmers.  Ch 1, 10 sc in the ch 1 loop, ss in 1st sc to join. 10 sc

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
10 sc in ch 2 space

R2: ch1, sc in the same stitch, *ch 3, skip the next stitch, sc in the next st*  Repeat from * to * until you have 5 Ch 3 spaces, ss into 1st sc. You will work in the ch 3 loops in R3.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
5 ch 3 spaces

R3: *sc in ch 3, hdc, 2 dc, hdc, sc in the ch 3 space*  Repeat from * to * until you have 5 petals. Ss in sc to join.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
5 White Petals

2nd layer of flower
R4:  Ch 5, *sc in 1st sc on next petal, ch 5* Repeat from * to * until you have 5 chain 5 spaces.  Ss in 1st ch 5 space.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
5 ch 5 spaces

R5: *ch 1, *sc, 2 hdc,  5 dc, 2 hdc, sc in the chain 5.*  Repeat from * to * until you have 5 petals. Ss in 1st sc.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
2nd Layer Petals

3rd layer of flower

R6:  ch 1 *ss in 1st sc of petal, ch 6* Repeat from * to * until you have 5 ch 6 spaces.   Ss in 1st ch 6 to join.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
5 ch 6 spaces

R7:  ch 1 *sc, 1 hdc, 2 dc, 7 tc, 2 dc, 1 hdc, sc in the chain 6 space.*  (1st petal made) Repeat from * to * until you have 5 petals. Ss in 1st sc to join.  Leave a long tail for attaching to Ear Warmers.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
3rd Layer Petals

Leave a long tail for attaching to Waffle Ear Warmers.  Fasten Off.
Attach Flower to Waffle Ear Warmers

From the Designer:

  • While you are at my website be sure to subscribe to my Mailing List and Newsletter. This way you will be notified when I release another crochet pattern or blog post and be alerted to Sales, Coupons, and more!  Also be sure to subscribe to my new YouTube Channel to receive alerts when I upload a new Video Tutorial here!
  • If you have any questions or concerns about the Ribbon Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern or any other pattern please email me at jo@joscraftyhook.com.  You will find my other crochet patterns here at my website.  I just posted a couple of my new crochet pattern designs, you will find them under Free Crochet Patterns.
  • You are free to sell or gift the Ribbon Ear Warmers.   If you sell them please reference me as the designer and where you found the Ribbon Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern.  If they would like to crochet the pattern themselves, please refer them back to my here website.
  • If you would like to purchase ad free pdf versions of any of my patterns, visit my Etsy Shop Items here at my website or at the Ravelry Store here.  Every purchase of my patterns helps!  The money earned allows me to buy more yarn so I can create and design more Handmade Crocheted Creations and crochet patterns for you to enjoy.
  • I would LOVE to see your version of my Ear Warmers!  You can “Hook It” at the Ravelry Store under Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs here.  You can also share them at my Facebook Page Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs here!  You can also post your version at any of my Social Media sites listed below!  If you share your version please use the hashtag #ribbonearwarmers or #twistedearwarmers or #jostwisted.  Thank you!
  • Comments, Questions, and Feedback are always welcome here at my website, at my FB Pages & Group, and any of my Social Media Sites.

Thank you for scrolling down here to see who our Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us’s next CAL will be and who will be doing it!  Natalia Johnson of nataliscrochet will be hosting her CAL 4/4 -4/6/2019.  You can check her out ahead of time by finding her here on Facebook and her crochet patterns here at the Ravelry Store.

Ribbon Ear Warmers Free Crochet Pattern
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Wrapped In Love Set Crochet Pattern

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Well my Wrapped In Love CAL is finally over!  Boy was it GREAT!  Because I had such a great response, I want to share my Wrapped In Love Set crochet pattern with you!

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Also the Wrapped In Love Set crochet pattern is a great one to do for Valentine’s Day!  You can show YOUR Valentine or loved one the LOVE you have for them! The original crochet pattern has 3 sizes to choose from: Child, Women, and Men. Crochet one or 2 or more for your LOVE!


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Since I had such a HUGE response during my CAL, I want to share the 20% OFF Discount I offered during the CAL!  Awesome isn’t it!  The Promo Code can only be used for my crochet pattern at Ravelry.  You can find the Wrapped In Love Set crochet pattern here and use the Coupon Code LOVECAL.  The coupon code is only good until Valentine’s Day 2/14/2019, so grab your copy today!

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In today’s post I will be sharing the Child Size Hat & Cowl of the Wrapped In Love Set.  For all 3 versions I did I used Red Heart Super Saver Yarn.  You can get your own by clicking on the Red Heart link below!  If you have any questions or concerns about this pattern please join our FB Group here.  Or feel free to message me or leave a comment on my Blog.

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Once you complete your hat and cowl, I would LOVE to see your version!  You can post them on any of my social media sites. When you do please use the hashtag #wrappedinloveset and #joscraftyhookdesigns.  You can find all the places to connect with me at the end of this pattern!  Thank you for stopping by for the Child Size Wrapped In Love crochet pattern!  Share the LOVE!

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In getting ready for my Wrapped In Love CAL that just finished on the 3rd, I made Video Tutorials for every round/row of the Child Size Hat.  I created a Playlist that has all of the videos I used in the CAL.  You can find a Tutorial Video for EVERY round/row of the Child Size Hat on my YouTube Channel below.

Wrapped In Love Set Crochet Pattern
Child Size Wrapped In Love Set

 

Wrapped In Love Set–Child Size

Materials:
US Hook H or 5.0 mm
150 yards of MC #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
75 yards of CC #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Gauge Swatch:
Hook U.S. H/5.0 mm
16 DC x 7 Rows = 4”

Size:
Crown = 5″

Width = 7″
Height = 7″
Circumference = 23″

Abbreviations & Stitches Used:
MC = Main Color

CC = Contrasting Color Chain 18. R1: DC in 4th ch from Hook
Ch Sp = Chain Space and in each st across. Turn (16 DC)
St = Stitch R2-R7: Ch 3, dc in each st across. (16 DC)
SC = Single Crochet When you finish the 7 Rows your Swatch
DC = Double Crochet should be 4 inches wide by 4 inches in height.
SS = Slip Stitch
FSC = Foundation Single Crochet (YouTube video here.)
LDC = Long Double Crochet (YouTube has GREAT instructional videos!)
DC2TOG = Double Crochet 2 Together (click on YouTube for instructions)
Beg Shell = Ch 3, DC, ch 1, 2 DC all in the same stitch
Shell = 2 DC, ch 1, 2 DC all in same stitch
***Drop Stitch = DS (YouTube has a video here.)

Notes:
Hat and Cowl are worked in the Round. Slip stitch into the 1st stitch, the chain space or stitch specified.

Ch 3 does count as a DC
Shells made create the Heart
This hat and cowl are Reversible and can be worn either way.
There will be a Gap between Hearts on R3.
*** If you do NOT want them to be Reversible, you can use the Drop Stitch technique

Hat–Child Size:

When making slip knot leave a 3” tail for sewing FSC row closed.

R1: With MC FSC 63. S s in top of ch 3 to join. (63 FSC)

R2: ch 3, dc in each st around. (63 DC) With a Tapestry Needle sew the FSC row closed.

Change to CC to make Shells/Hearts or Use the Drop Stitch

R3: Attach Hot Pink in top of ch 3. [Ch 3, dc, ch 1, 2 dc all in same stitch. (Beg Shell) made] ch 2, skip 6 st, 2 dc, ch 1. 2 dc all in the same stitch. (Shell made). *Ch 2, skip 6 st, Shell in next st.* Repeat from * to * 7 more times. Ch 2 and ss in top of ch 3 of Beg Shell. (9 Shells)

Change to MC or Use the Drop Stitch

R4: ss in ch 1 sp of Beg Shell, ch 1, sc in same st., *ch 2, skip 2 dc from previous row, 1 ldc in next 2 st of previous Row, ch 2, sc in ch 1 space of next Shell.* Repeat from * to * 7 more times. Ss in sc to join.

R5: ch 3, dc in each st around. (63 DC)

Change to CC to make Shells/Hearts or Use the Drop Stitch

R6-R14: Repeat R3-R5 ending with R4 and Light Pink Yarn.

R15-R17: ch 3, dc2tog around. Ss in top of ch 3 to join.

Fasten off. Leave a long piece of yarn and weave R16 closed. Use Tapestry Needle to weave in ends.

Wrapped In Love Set Crochet Pattern
Child Size Cowl

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Cowl–Child Size:

When making slip knot leave a 3” tail for sewing FSC row closed.

R1: With MC and H Hook FSC 84. Ss in top of ch 3 to join. (84 FSC)

R2: ch 3, dc in each st around. (84 DC) With a Tapestry Needle sew the FDC row closed.

Change to CC to make Shells/Hearts or Use the DS

R3: Attach CC in top of ch 3. [Ch 3, dc, ch 1, 2 dc all in same stitch. (Beg Shell) made] ch 2, skip 6 st, 2 dc, ch 1. 2 dc all in the same stitch. (Shell made). *Ch 2, skip 6 st, Shell in next st.* Repeat from * to * 10 more times. Ch 2 and ss in top of ch 3 of Beg Shell. (12 Shells)

Change to MC or Use the DS

R4: ss in ch 1 sp of Beg Shell, ch 1, sc in same st., *ch 2, skip 2 dc from previous row, 1 ldc in next 2 st of previous row, ch 2, sc in ch 1 space of next Shell.* Repeat from * to * 10 more times. Ss in sc to join. (12 Shells)

R5: ch 3, dc in each st around. (84 DC)

Change to CC to make Shells/Hearts or Use the DS

R6-R17: Repeat R3-R5 ending with R5 and MC.

R18: ch 1, sc in same st and each st around, ss in 1st sc to join. (84 sc)

Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle to weave in ends.

Because my pattern went over so well I have been adding crochet patterns to go along with the Wrapped In Love Set.  I designed  crochet patterns for the Fingerless Gloves in the Child/Women/Men sizes.  You can check them out or even purchase the pattern for yourself here.  I am going to be designing crochet patterns for Ear Warmers/Headbands in all 3 sizes soon, someone from Facebook gave me this GREAT idea!

I would LOVE to thank everyone in our Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with us for participating in my Wrapped In Love CAL 2019!  If you are looking for a group to join so YOU can participate in a Crochet-A-Long, ours is the BEST!  There are many more ahead!  You can find our CAL Facebook Group here.

From the Designer:

The Wrapped in Love Set is one of my patterns I feel the strongest about. I designed it with LOVE in mind for the women in my family who have beaten cancer and for those that are facing it now. I also LOVE it because I was able to get my family involved in this project.  They supported me, helped with the design and allowed me to use them as the models!

They are true Survivors and the inspiration behind this pattern!  Anyone who has beaten cancer are true Survivors and an Inspiration to their loved ones, friends, and even complete strangers like me!  Please show YOUR support for Cancer Awareness!

Thank you for trying the Wrapped In Love Set Pattern! You can check out my other FREE crochet patterns here at my website joscraftyhook.com While you are here be sure to add your email address to my Mailing List and Newsletter. This way you will be notified when I release another pattern; have a sale; or produce another blog post! If you have any questions or concerns about any pattern find me at Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs on Facebook here.

Every purchase of my patterns helps! It allows me to keep my website going and to buy more yarn so I can create and design more Handmade Crocheted Creations for you to enjoy.  You can find ALL of my patterns at the Ravelry Store here.

You are free to sell or gift the Wrapped In Love Set, but this pattern is copyright protected.  Please forward anyone who would like to do this pattern or any other one of my patterns to my Etsy shop, the Ravelry Store, or here on my website.  The web addresses for any place to connect with me are listed below.

I would LOVE to see your version of my Wrapped In Love Set! Use the hashtag #wrappedinloveset or #joscraftyhookdesigns.  You can upload it to any one of the places below that allows you to connect with me! Pictures, Comments, Feedback, etc. are ALWAYS welcome here at my website www.joscraftyhook.com!

If you do not know how to Crochet, but would love to learn, Annie’s has some great Online Classes!  Click on the link below to find out how to enroll!


Find me, Joey Lea Baird, Jo of Jo’s Crafty Hook and Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs at any one of these places listed below!

Website: www.joscraftyhook.com

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Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHookDesigns

Facebook Page: www.faceboook.com/Jo’sCraftyHook

Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/designers/jos-crafty-hook

Instagram: www.instagram.com/joscraftyhook

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Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/baird0095

Twitter: www.twitter.com/joscraftyhook

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Twisted Messy Bun Hat Crochet Pattern

Twisted Messy Bun Hat Crochet Pattern
Twisted Messy Bun Hat-Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

Today I will be sharing with you my Twisted Messy Bun Hat Crochet Pattern.  I am SO excited about bringing you one of the designs in my Twisted Head Gear Line!  That’s right, ONE of the head gear of my Twisted line.

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For the rest of 2019 I will be offering you a FREE crochet pattern from my Twisted Head Gear Line.  this line of Head Gear will be Unisex patterns.  I know what you are thinking “A messy bun hat for Men?!?”  Yes, a messy bun hat for Men with long hair can wear this.  I have designed 5 so far and the next 6 are in production (my head lol)!

So right now you can take advantage of this FREE version of the Twisted Messy Bun Hat in size Tween or Small Adult.  You can find the rest of my designs the for this hat at the Ravelry Store here.  The sizes range from Newborn to Large Adult.

I have made a Video Tutorial that goes along with this pattern.  You can find my Video Tutorial for the Tween or Adult Small Messy Bun Hat at my YouTube Channel.  Not all the Rows/Rounds are completed yet, but R1-R4 are available below.

This hat would also be good for chronic pain sufferers or those with Scoliosis to do.  It is not a very long pattern and it would give those who deal with chronic pain from Scoliosis, like me, a feeling of accomplishment.  Crocheting is a Great tool to use if you suffer from Anxiety, Depression, OCD, and Chronic Pain.  It really helps me keep my mind off of pain and it leaves me with a sense that I still can be productive.

With that being said, let’s get started!  Scroll down and you will find the pattern.

Twisted Messy Bun Hat Crochet Pattern
Twisted Messy Bun Hat-Small Adult

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Materials:

US Hook H/5.0 mm
US Hook G/4.5 mm
2.5 – 3.5 ounces of #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Gauge:

US Hook H/5 mm
US Hook G/4.25 mm
US Hook H/5 mm 15 FPDC = 4 inch

Abbreviations: Notes:
CH = Chain Ch 1 does NOT count as a stitch
SS = Slip Stitch Ch 3 does count as a DC (Double Crochet)
SC = Single Crochet FPDC instructions on YouTube here.
FDC = Foundation Double Crochet FDC instructions on YouTube here.
FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet FPDC instructions on YouTube here.
FPTRC = Front Post Triple Crochet FPTRC instructions on YouTube here.
SC2TOG = Single Crochet 2 Together.  SC2TOG instructions on YouTube here
FPDC & DC DEC = Front Post Double Crochet and Double Crochet Decrease.

Special Stitches:

Front Post Double Crochet – Double Crochet going around the Front Post of the DC in the Previous Row.
Front Post Triple Crochet Front Post Triple or Treble Crochet–Yarn over (YO) hook two times.  Insert hook behind post of stitch (st). YO hook, pull up a loop, four loops on hook.  YO hook, pull through 2 loops, 3 loops on hook. YO hook, pull through 2 loops, 2 loops on hook.  YO hook, pull through last two loops.
Single Crochet 2 Together – sc2tog also stands for Single Crochet Decrease. – insert hook into next stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, insert hook into next stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through all 3 loops on hook.
Front Post Double Crochet and Double Crochet Decrease – yarn over, fpdc around the next fpdc, yarn over and pull through leaving 2 loops on hook, yarn over, insert hook into the next dc, yarn over and pull through leaving 2 loops on hook, yarn over and pull through all 3 loops.

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Special Notes:

  1. Stitch multiple after the band is 12, so if your band is too tight or too loose try going up or down in hook size instead of adjusting stitch count.
  2. Pattern written for: NB-6mth (6-12 mth, 12-24 mth, 2-5 yrs, 5-10 yrs, Teen/Sm Adult, Lg Adult)
  3. Hat Band Lengths: 12” (14, 16, 16, 19, 19, 21)

Small Adult Messy Bun Hat

Band:

Using H Hook

R1:  Fdc 72 join.

R2: Ch 3, fpdc in the next st *dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st*  Repeat from * to * around. ss to join. 72 st

R3-R5: Repeat the last round (dc in dc and fpdc in fpdc).  Ss to join. 72 st

Below is Part 2 Video Tutorial of the Twisted Cindy Messy Bun Hat.  It contains R5-R8.

R6:  Ch 3, dc in next st, *fpdc in next 2 st, skip 2 st, fptrc in the next 2 st, fptrc in each of the previous 2 skipped stitches, fpdc in next 2 st, dc in next 4 st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Dc in last 2 st. ss to join. 72 st

R7-R8:  Ch 3, dc in next st, *fpdc in next 3 st, dc in next 2 st, fpdc in next 3 st, dc in next 4 st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Dc in last 2 st. ss to join 72 st

Below is the Part 3 of the Twisted Cindy Messy Bun Hat.  It is the final Video Tutorial needed to Finish the Messy Bun Hat.

R9:  Ch 3, dc in next st, *fpdc in next 2 st, skip 2 st, fptrc in the next 2 st, fptrc in each of the previous 2 skipped stitches, fpdc in next 2 st, dc in next 4 st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Dc in last 2 st. ss to join. 72 st

R10-R11:  Ch 3, dc in next st, *fpdc in next 3 st, dc in next 2 st, fpdc in next 3 st, dc in next 4 st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Dc in last 2 st. ss to join 72 st

R12:  Ch 3, dc in next st, *fpdc in next 2 st, skip 2 st, fptrc in the next 2 st, fptrc in each of the previous 2 skipped stitches, fpdc in next 2 st, dc in next 4 st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Dc in last 2 st. ss to join. 72 st

Switch to G Hook

R13-R15:  Ch 3, fpdc in the next st *dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st*  Repeat from * to * around. ss to join. 72 st

Decrease Row

R16: Ch 3, fpdc in fpdc and dc in dc 2 times, fpdc and dc dec, *fpdc in fpdc and dc in dc in the next 10 st, fpdc and dc dec*  Repeat from * to * around. Ss to join.

Top of the Hat:

R1-R2:  ch 1, sc in same sp and in the next 3 st, sc2tog, *sc in the next 4 st., sc2tog,*  Repeat from * to * around. Ss to join

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Twisted Messy Bun Hat Crochet Pattern

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  • From the Designer:
  • Thank you for checking out the Twisted Messy Bun Hat Crochet Pattern!  Check out my other GREAT patterns at my Etsy Shop JosCraftyHook or at my website joscraftyhook.com!  While you are at my website be sure to subscribe to my Mailing List and Newsletter. This way you will be notified when I release another pattern or blog post!
  • If you have any questions or concerns about this pattern or any other pattern please find me at Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs on Facebook or email me at jo@joscraftyhook.com
  • You are free to sell or gift the hat, please do NOT claim this design as your own.   Please forward anyone who would like to do the Twisted Messy Bun Hat crochet pattern or any of my patterns to my Etsy shop, the Ravelry Store, or to my website.  The web addresses for any place to connect with me are listed below.
  • Every purchase of my patterns helps!  It allows me to buy more yarn so I can create and design more Handmade Crocheted Creations for you to enjoy.
  • I would LOVE to see your version of my Twisted Messy Bun Hat!  You can “Hook It” at my Ravelry Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs here OR add a pic on my Facebook Page Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs OR at anyone of the places below that allows you to connect with me!  Pictures, Comments, Feedback, etc. are ALWAYS welcome at my website www.joscraftyhook.com!

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My Wrapped In Love Set is Being Shared

My Wrapped In Love Set is Being Shared!  I am SO excited!  My CAL will be starting soon and I would LOVE for you to join me, but first I have a couple of questions I would like to ask you about this Valentine’s Day.  Here they are:

  • Are you looking for something different to give to your Valentine this year?
  • Are you looking for something different to crochet for yourself or a loved one?
  • Are you wanting to make something to wrap your loved one in?
  • Do you suffer from Scoliosis or Chronic Pain?
  • Are you wanting to crochet, but are afraid you can’t because you think the pattern is too long?

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Well I have the solution right here!  Join me, Joey Lea Baird or Jo of Jo’s Crafty Hook when I will hosting a CAL or Crochet-A-Long starting January 25th and sharing my Wrapped In Love Set!

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The CAL I will be hosting is in the Facebook Group called Crochet-A-Long with Us.  The group consists of 20 up and coming crochet pattern designers from around the world and has over 1100 members.  Me and the other 19 designers got together because we wanted to share our crochet patterns with you in one place.


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The pattern I will be sharing is my Wrapped In Love Set in the Crochet-A-Long with Us Group.  You can read more about the story behind it here.   For 10 days we will be crocheting the Hat & Cowl that I have designed specifically for that set.

Does this sound interesting?  Wondering what will be going on during my Crochet A Long?  Well let me tell ya:

  • Discount on my pattern when you purchase it from Ravelry.
  • Instructional videos in the FB Group and on YouTube for those who need Closed Caption.
  • Contests throughout the CAL.
  • Prizes awarded at the end of the CAL.

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Does this sound like fun?  Does this sound like something you would  be interested in doing?  Does this sound like something a friend would like to do?  Wondering what you and/or a friend need to do to join me January 25 – February 3, 2019?  Well here’s what:

  • Join our Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us here.
  • Purchase my Wrapped In Love Set pattern from Ravelry here so you can have your supplies ready.
  • Use the Coupon Code LOVECAL here.
  • During January 25th and February 3rd join me and some of the other members as we crochet the Wrapped In Love Hat & Cowl together!

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If you suffer from Scoliosis or Chronic Pain, joining a Facebook Group like ours would be beneficial to you as well.  By joining the 20 designers and over 1100 members, you can share your work, have some fun, and maybe win some prizes along the way.  Crocheting together is a way to help you cope with some of the anxiety or depression that goes along with Scoliosis and Chronic Pain.  You can read more about my struggles with Scoliosis and Chronic Pain here on my website.


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Wrapped In Love CAL 2019

It is almost here, my Wrapped In Love CAL 2019!  My Wrapped In Love Crochet-A-Long is almost here!  My Wrapped In Love CAL begins January 25, 2019 and runs until 2/3/2019.

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The Wrapped In Love CAL can be found in 2 places during that time.  It will be Hosted in the Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us and in my Facebook Group Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs!  The FB Group Crochet-A-Long with Us has 20 crochet designers from around the world who will be hosting their  own CALs throughout 2019.  You can find out more information about us here!

Our FB Group Crochet-A-Long with Us’s next CAL will be held January 4, 2019 until January 15, 2019.  It will be hosted by Lidewij Niezink of Lilinette Crochet Designs.  You can find out more about Lidewij here.   Be sure to join our FB Group Crochet-A-Long with Us to find out more about Lidewij and the 18 other crochet designers from around the world!

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I hope you join our FB Group because we have some spectacular CALs coming up in 2019!  I am hosting one of the spectacular CALs starting January 25th!  If you haven’t already, be sure to join my Facebook Group Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs here so you can be a part of my CAL!

I hope this little incentive helps you decide to become a part of my Wrapped In Love CAL, I am offering a 20% OFF coupon code for the purchase of my Wrapped In Love Set crochet pattern from the Ravelry Store!  Does this sound Great or What?!?  lol  My Wrapped In Love CAL will be lots of fun and will have contests, games, and prizes!  Whoo! Whoo!  lol


Here are the steps again for joining me, Joey Lea Baird of Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs in my Wrapped In Love CAL starting January 25th and ending February 3rd!

  1.   Join the Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us.
  2.   Join my Facebook Group Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs.
  3.   Use the Coupon Code LOVECAL to get 20% off my Wrapped in Love Set crochet pattern.
  4. Join us on January 25, 2019 and begin the Wrapped In Love CAL with me!

If you can not join me for my CAL, that is ok.  You can still join our Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us and join one or more of the 19 other designs from around the world!


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I hope you continue to come back here to my website!  Here is a little bit of what to expect in 2019.

  • I will be sharing more of my own crochet pattern designs!
  • There will be more FREE crochet patterns!
  • I will be sharing more of My Story with Scoliosis.
  • I will be sharing more about Scoliosis and Chronic Pain.
  • I will be adding more items to my Etsy Shop.
  • I will be having sales and offering coupons.

Happy New Year from Jo of Jo’s Crafty Hook and Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs!  I hope these pics of some of my new designs keep you coming back for more!

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From Jo Baird:

  • While you are here at my website be sure to add your email address to my Mailing List and Newsletter. This way you will be notified when I release another pattern, blog post or give away Coupons!  If you would like to find out more about me, you can follow any of the links listed below.
  • If you or anyone would like to do one of my patterns, you can 3 free here at my website under FREE Crochet Patterns or purchase this pattern at my Etsy shop JosCraftyHook, the Ravelry Store, or to my Etsy Shop Items here on my website.
  • Every purchase of my patterns helps tremendously!  It allows me to keep my website and my Etsy Shop going.  It also allows me to buy more yarn so I can create and design more Handmade Crocheted Creations for you to enjoy.
  • Comments, Feedback, Suggestions, etc. are ALWAYS welcome at my website www.joscraftyhook.com!  Leave one or more below.  You can also email me at jo@joscraftyhook.com!

Find out more about me, Joey Lea Baird of Jo’s Crafty Hook & Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs at any one of these places listed below!

Website:      www.joscraftyhook.com

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Facebook:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHook

Facebook:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHookDesigns

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My very first EVER CAL (Crochet-A-Long)!

Things sure have been busy here at Jo’s Crafty Hook these last 2 months.  I got to spend time with my mom and sister from out of town; I spent time with my family at Thanksgiving; I’ve been getting things ready for Christmas; a couple of my crochet patterns were in testing; and best of all, I am getting ready for my very first EVER CAL (Crochet-A-Long)!

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my very first EVER CAL  (Crochet-A-Long)!
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That is right, I will be hosting my very first Crochet-A-Long!  For those of you who don’t know what a CAL is, it is an event where a large group of people all work on certain parts of a crochet pattern at the same time. It is usually held inside a Facebook Group.  A CAL can last anywhere from 5 days to 4 weeks.  Each CAL is different and depends on the designer but there could be videos of step by step instructions, daily posts, giveaways, progress pics, and even grand prizes!

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Because I joined the Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us I will be having my very first EVER CAL and it will be held January 25, 2019!  My CAL will last 10 days.  I have decided which crochet pattern I am using, it is my Wrapped In Love Set!  The Wrapped In Love Set CAL will be happening right in time for  Valentine’s Day.  Therefore, you can join me and crochet the set to have for the holiday!  You could even crochet the set and have it completed in time to give to a loved one!


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The Wrapped in Love Set crochet pattern is for a Hat and a Cowl in 3 different sizes.  The sizes include a Child size, a Women’s size, and a Men’s size.  When I was designing this set I had my family in mind, they are VERY important to me.  They have been my support system for this whole year!  When things don’t go the way I want, my son gives me advice.  When I can’t get a design just right, my daughter will let me use her as my live model over and over again.  My husband has been SUPER helpful in building my sets, my displays, and offers me advice on the look of a pattern.  I have always put my family first, it is nice to have them supporting me as I put myself first!  They are the ones I want to Wrap in Love!  The set was originally designed in October 2018 for recognition of Cancer Awareness Month.  You can read more about that here.

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Wrapped In Love Set Crochet Pattern

 

How did you get to host your own CAL you ask?  Because Tasha Reynolds, of Stardust Gold Crochet approached me and 19 other crochet designers from around the world and created a Facebook Group called Crochet-A-Long with Us!  YOU can learn more about it, join if interested, and find it here.  Tasha Reynolds has also put together ALL of the 20 designers and their designs in her very own blog post, which you can find here.  This Facebook Group has some of the best up and coming crochet designers from around the world, including ME!

For those of you who do know me you know this is a HUGE experience for me!  Yes, I have been crocheting for 20+ years, but I’ve only been designing my own crochet patterns since April of this year!  Being asked to join the Crochet-A-Long with Us Facebook Group and having my crochet designs linked with 19 other designers from around the world is something I never even dreamed about!  So I got to tell ya………I am blown away and EXCITED!!!

When I started my business in January 2018 all I wanted to do was sell the the Handmade Crocheted Creations I had made using free crochet patterns from other designers.  I never even thought about creating or designing my own crochet patterns.  Well how did you get started, you ask?  A friend seen one of the sweaters I had crocheted and loved it!  But she wanted me to adjust the fit for her.  So long story short, I adjusted the sweater, and both of us LOVED the way it came out!

After that I decided to try my hand at designing.  I wanted to make a sweater with different yarn.  2 tries later and a lot of trials and errors, the Little Black Vest, the Tulip Sweater Vest and Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs were born!  The Little Black Vest is on Sale for $30 at my Etsy Shop.  The Tulip Sweater Vest crochet pattern can be found on my website for free or purchase the Ad Free PDF version here from the Ravelry Store.


So, after hearing all of this are YOU interested in learning more about our new Facebook Group??  Would you like to learn more about Crochet-A-Long with Us?? the 19 other crochet designers from around the world??  Are you interested in joining me on January 25, 2019 for my VERY first CAL??  Well you can do BOTH by stopping by and joining our Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us here!

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Crochet-A-Long with Us

I’d like to thank you for stopping by my website.  Stop by the Facebook Group Crochet-A-Long with Us and I REALLY hope you stop by on January 25, 2019 and join me in my very first EVER CAL!

Also, be sure to stop by my Facebook Page Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs.   I will be posting updates and more about my Wrapped In Love Set CAL as we get closer to the start date of January 25, 2019.  Join me right before Valentine’s Day and crochet the Wrapped In Love Set for someone YOU love!

From Jo Baird:

  • While you are here at my website be sure to add your email address to my Mailing List and Newsletter. This way you will be notified when I release another pattern, blog post or give away Coupons!  If you would like to find out more about me, you can follow any of the links listed below.
  • If you or anyone would like to do one of my patterns, you can 3 free here at my website under FREE Crochet Patterns or purchase this pattern at my Etsy shop JosCraftyHook, the Ravelry Store, or to my Etsy Shop Items here on my website.
  • Every purchase of my patterns helps tremendously!  It allows me to keep my website and my Etsy Shop going.  It also allows me to buy more yarn so I can create and design more Handmade Crocheted Creations for you to enjoy.
  • Comments, Feedback, Suggestions, etc. are ALWAYS welcome at my website www.joscraftyhook.com!  Leave one or more below.  You can also email me at jo@joscraftyhook.com!

Find out more about me, Joey Lea Baird of Jo’s Crafty Hook & Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs at any one of these places listed below!

Website:      www.joscraftyhook.com

Etsy Shop:    www.etsy.com/shop/JosCraftyHook

Facebook:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHook

Facebook:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHookDesigns

Ravelry:       https://www.ravelry.com/designers/jos-crafty-hook

Instagram:    www.instagram.com/joscraftyhook

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Mini Stocking Ornament Crochet Pattern

Well Thanksgiving is over and the weather has gotten cold here in North East Ohio.  With the winter holidays a couple of weeks away and more craft shows ahead I thought I would share with you a new crochet pattern I designed.  I created and designed the Mini Stocking Ornament crochet pattern. I looked for some patterns on Pinterest, but I didn’t find quite what I was looking for, so I got out some yarn and worked at it until I got it just right.

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I decided to add some step by step pictures to go along with the mini stocking ornament crochet pattern.  So let’s get started.

Mini Stocking Ornament Crochet Pattern
Mini Stockings

Materials
US Hook G/4.50 mm
20 yards of #4 Red or Green Worsted Weight Yarn
5 yards of #4 White Worsted Weight Yarn
Stitch Marker
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Size:
4” Height

Abbreviations:
CH = Chain
SS = Slip Stitch
SC = Single Crochet
SC2TOG instructions on YouTube here.

Notes:
In this pattern you will be going around the chain, in the top and bottom part of the chain.  If you need help here are some instructions from YouTube.
MC = Main Color
CC= Contrast Color
SC2TOG instructions from YouTube here.
RSC = Reverse Single Crochet instructions from YouTube here.

Notes:

  • In this pattern you will be going around the chain, in the top and bottom part of the chain.  If you need help here are some instructions from YouTube.
  • At the end of each Round there won’t be a Join.  This is where the Stitch Marker will come in handy.
  • Red is the MC and White is CC.
  • On Round 16 there are 3 options on how to finish the top of the stocking.  Try them all and see which one you prefer.


Mini Stocking Ornament

With MC Chain 10

You will be going around the chain.

R1:  Put 2 sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 7 sc, add 2 sc in the last st.  Turn the chain upside down and add 2 more sc in the same st, sc in the next 7 sc, and add 2 sc in the underside of the 1st chain.  (22 sc)

Mini Stocking Ornaments Crochet Pattern
Going around the chain

R2-R3:  sc in the 1st sc made in the previous row and place your stitch marker in that sc.  sc in the next 21 sc.  (22 sc)

Mini Stocking Ornament Crochet Pattern
Round 2-Round 3

R4:  sc in the 1st sc made in the previous row and place your stitch marker in that sc.  sc in the next 7 st, sc2tog 3 times, sc in the next 8 st.  (16 sc + 3 sctog)

R5:  sc in the 1st sc made in the previous row and place your stitch marker in that sc.  Sc in the next 7 st, sc2tog 2 times, sc in the next 7 st.  (15 sc + 2 sc2tog)

R6:  sc in the 1st sc made in the previous row and place your stitch marker in that sc.  Sc in the next 7 st, sc2tog time, sc in the next 7 st.  (15 sc + 1 sc2tog)

R7-R14:  sc in the 1st sc made in the previous row and place your stitch marker in that sc.  Sc in the next 15 st.  (16 sc)

Mini Stocking Ornament Crochet Pattern
R1-R14

At the end of Round 14 ss in the 1st sc made of Round 14 and join.  Fasten Off and change color.


R15:  Attach White yarn at the back side of the Stocking.  Sc around.  ss in 1st st to join.  (16 sc)

Option 1 for R16:  ch 1, sc 2 times in the same st and in each stitch around. SS in 1st st to join.   (32 sc)

Option 2 for R16: ch 1, reverse sc in the same stitch and each st around.  (16 rsc)  As you can see my pattern testers LOVED the Reverse Single Crochet!

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Option 3 for R16:  Turn, ch 1, sc 2 times in the same st and in each stitch around.  (32 sc) ss in 1st st to join.
R17:  Turn, ch 1, sc in the same st and in each st around.  (32 sc) Ss in 1st st to join. Fasten off. These 2 rounds created a cuff that you can fold down, if you prefer.

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(Optional)  Finishing Stocking:
Here you will be making your “Loop” that you use to attach the ornament to the tree or whatever you will be hanging it from.  I chained 5 which makes a small “Loop” for me to attach the mini stocking ornament to my tree but you can chain as many as you like.

After you join on Round 16 ch 1, sc in same st, ch 5, and sc in same st.

Fasten off and weave in loose ends with Tapestry Needle.

Congratulations!  You now have a 4 inch Mini Stocking Ornament.

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There are SO many things you can do with these mini stocking ornaments!  You can crochet more and hang them from your tree.  You can crochet more and connect them creating a garland.  You can crochet more and use them to hold tiny gifts for your loved ones!  You can give them as a gift!  The list goes on and on!

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Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

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Tulip Stitch Sweater Vest Crochet Pattern

Materials Needed

  • F 3.75 mm Crochet Hook
  • Light Weight #3 yarn  (1200-2000 yards)
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry Needle

Stitches Used/Abbreviations

  • DC – Double Crochet
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • CH – Chain
  • Join – Slip Stitch to first st made

Special Stitches

  • Beginning Shell = dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, 1 dc all in the same stitch as 1st dc
  • Shell = 3 dc, ch 2, 1 dc all in the same stitch

Gauge

  • 2” = 2 Shells x 4 Rows

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Swatch

Ch 20.

R1:   [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same stitch as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] Skip 3 stitches 3dc ch 2, dc all in same stitch (Shell made). *skip 3 st, Shell in next st* Repeat from * to * 1 more time.

R2-R5:  turn, Beg Shell, * skip 4 st, Shell in next st.*. Repeat from * to * 2 more times.

Pattern Notes

Pattern is written in U.S. Crochet Terms.

Beginning chain 3 does count as a stitch.

The Sweater Vest is crocheted as 1 Panel.  

This pattern is worked from the bottom up.  

In the pattern I broke each section of the panel down so you can get an idea of what the Tulip Stitch Vest will look like once the back and front sections are sewn together.

Size XS S M L XL 2X 3X 4X 5X
To fit Bust (in): 28-31 32-35 36-39 40-43 44-47 48-51 52-55 56-59 60-62
Armhole Up (in): 3×17 4×18 5×19 6×20 7×21 8×22 9×23 10×24 11×25
Panel Width 37” 38” 39” 40” 41” 42” 43” 44” 45”
Panel Height 22” 23” 24” 25” 26” 27” 28” 29” 30”
Est. Yardage 900 910 920 930 940 950 960 970 980
DK Paintbox Yarn 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 6.5


Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Tulip Sweater Vest

XSmall

Chain 164 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Sweater

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same stitch as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 40 Shells)

R2-R37:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 40 Shells)

First Armhole

R38-R46: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 5 times.  (1 Beg Shell, 6 Shells)

R47:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (35 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from 1st Armhole, slip stitch in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 16 times. Leave remaining Shells unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 18 Shell)

R2-R9:  Beg Shell, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * 16 more times. (1 Beg Shell, 18 Shell) Leave Remaining Shells unworked.

R10:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end. (114 dc)  Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from  Back Section, slip stitch in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell  *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.  (1 Beg Shell, 6 Shells)

R2-9:  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.  (1 Beg Shell, 6 Shells)

R10:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (35 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.  Fasten Off. Use Tapestry Needle to Weave in Ends.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder & Second Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

   

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, *sc in the next 4 dc, 1 sc in ch 2 sp.*  Repeat from * to * along the bottom of Armhole. 2 sc in the end row along the side of the Armhole, sc in dc, sc in dc.*  Repeat from * to * in the remainder of the end rows. Join in 1st sc.

R2: Beg Shell in same st as join,  *skip 3 st, Shell in next st.* * Repeat from * to * around.  

R3-R6:    Slip st in top of ch 3 and in the next 3 st, ch 3 and turn.  Beg Shell in same st as join, skip the next 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell from previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends

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Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Small

Small

Chain 171 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Sweater

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 40 Shells)

R2-R38:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 40 Shells)

First Armhole

R39-R48: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to *  5 times. (1 Beg Shell, 6 Shells)

R49:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (42 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:   Skip 4 Shells from 1st Armhole, slip stitch in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 18 times. Leave remaining Shells unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 19 Shell)

R2-R10:  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 18 times. Leave remaining Shells unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 19 Shell)

R11:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (120 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from Back Section, slip stitch in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.

R2-R10: Turn.  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.

R11:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (42 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.  

Fasten Off.  Use Tapestry Needle to Weave in Ends

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Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Shoulder

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends


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Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Medium

Medium

Chain 172 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Vest

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 42 Shells)

R2-R39:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 42 Shells)

First Armhole

R40-R50: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to *  5 times. (1 Beg Shell, 6 Shells)

R51:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (42 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from 1st Armhole, ss in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 19 times. Leave remaining Shells unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 20 Shell)

R2-R11:  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 19 times. Leave remaining Shells unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 20 Shell)

R12:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (126 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from Back Section, ss in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.

R2-R11:  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.

R12:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (42 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.  

Fasten Off.  Use Tapestry Needle to Weave in Ends.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Shoulder

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends


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Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Large

Large

Chain 176 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

First Front Section

R1:  dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 43 Shells)

R2-R40:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 43 Shells)

First Armhole

R41-R52: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 5  times. Leave the remaining stitches unworked. (1 Beg Shell, 6 Shells)

R53:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (35 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from 1st Armhole, ss in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell  *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 19 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 21 Shell)

R2-R12: Turn.   Beg Shell  *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 19 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 21 Shell)

R13:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (132 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from Back Section, ss in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.

R2-R12: Turn.   Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 5 times.

R13:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (35 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.  Use Tapestry Needle to Weave in Ends.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Shoulder

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends


Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

XLarge

Chain 180 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Sweater

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 45 Shells)

R2-R41:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 45 Shells)

First Armhole

R41-R53: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 6  times. Leave the remaining stitches unworked. (1 Beg Shell, 7 Shells)

R54:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (48 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 4 Shells from 1st Armhole, ss in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 20 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 21 Shell)

R2-R13:  Turn.  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 20 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 21 Shell)

R14:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (132 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1: Skip 4 Shells from Back Section, ss in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R2-13:  Turn. Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R14:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (48 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.  Use Tapestry Needle to Weave in Ends.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Shoulder

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends


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Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
2X Large

2X Large

Chain 192 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Sweater

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 47 Shells)

R2-R42:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 47 Shells)

First Armhole

R43-R56: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 6  times. Leave the remaining stitches unworked. (1 Beg Shell, 7 Shells)

R57:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (48 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 5 Shells from 1st Armhole, ss in the ch 2 of the 6th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 20 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 21 Shell)

R2-14:  Turn.  Beg Shell, *skip 4 st., Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * 20 times. (22 Shells)

R15:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (132 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1:  Skip 5 Shells from Back Section, ss in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 6 more times. Leave the remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 7 Shells)

R2-14:  Turn.  Beg Shell, *skip 4 st., Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * 6 times. (1 Beg Shell, 7 Shells)

R15:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (48 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.  Use Tapestry Needle and Weave in Ends.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Shoulder

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends


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Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
2X Large

3X Large

Chain 200 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Sweater

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 49 Shells)

R2-R43:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 49 Shells)

First Armhole

R44-R58: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 6  times. Leave the remaining stitches unworked. (1 Beg Shell, 7 Shells)

R59:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (48 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 5 Shells from 1st Armhole, ss  in the ch 2 of the 6th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 20 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 23 Shell)

R2-15:  Turn, ss in the ch 2 of the 6th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 20 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 23 Shell)

R16:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (144 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1:  Skip 5 Shells from Back Section, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R2-15:    ss in the ch 2 of the 5th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R16:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (48 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.  Use Tapestry Needle to weave in ends.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

 First Armhole

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Armhole

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends


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4X Large

Chain 208 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Sweater

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 51 Shells)

R2-R44:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 51 Shells)

First Armhole

R45-R60: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 6  times. Leave the remaining stitches unworked. (1 Beg Shell, 8 Shells)

R61:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (40 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 6 Shells from 1st Armhole, ss in the ch 2 sp of the 7th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 22 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 23 Shell)

R2-16: Turn.  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 22 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 23 Shell)

R17:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (110 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1:  Skip 6 Shells from Back Section,  ss in the ch 2 of the 7th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R2-R16:  Turn.  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R17:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (40 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.  

Fasten off.  Use Tapestry Needle to Weave in Ends.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Shoulder

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends

5X Large

Chain 216 turn

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Bottom of Sweater

R1:  [dc in 4th ch from hook, 2 dc, ch 2, dc all in the same st as 1st dc (Beg Shell made)] [skip 3 st, 3dc, ch 2, dc (Shell made)] *skip 3 st, Shell* repeat  from * to * across (1 Beg Shell, 53 Shells)

R2-R45:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * across. (1 Beg Shell, 53 Shells)

First Armhole

R46-R62: turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row, *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.* Repeat from * to * 6  times. Leave the remaining stitches unworked. (1 Beg Shell, 8 Shells)

R63:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (54 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten off.

Back Section

R1:  Skip 6 Shells from 1st Armhole, ss in the ch 2 of the 7th Shell, Beg Shell  *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 20 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 23 Shell)

R2-R17:  Turn. Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * 20 times. Leave remaining stitches unworked.  (1 Beg Shell, 23 Shell)

R18:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (144 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Fasten Off.

Second Armhole

R1: Skip 6 Shells from Back Section, ss in the ch 2 of the 7th Shell, Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R2-R17:  Turn.  Beg Shell *skip 4 st, Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row. * Repeat from * to * across.  

R18:  turn. Ch 3, dc in each st across to end.  (54 dc) Note: There are a total of 6 stitches in each Shell.

Edging

Tulip Sweater Vest Free Crochet Pattern
Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs

First Shoulder

Fold in the front panels from the Arm Hole.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Second Shoulder

Fold in the second front panel from the Armhole to the Front.  Line them up to the back. Whip Stitch together the front and back panels from the arm holes to chest.  Fasten off.

Use Tapestry Needle and weave in any loose ends.

Sleeves

I left my Sleeves undone.  I LOVE the look of them with the Tulip Stitches leaving little Scallops.  IF you would like to add Sleeves, follow these instructions.

Join with sl st to bottom of arm hole in ch 2 space of Shell.

R1: ch 1, sc in same st, sc evenly around.  Join in 1st sc.

R2:  Beg Shell in 1st sc of previous row. *Skip 2 st, Shell in next st.*  Repeat from * to * around. Join in ch 3 of Beg Shell.

R3:  turn.  ss to ch 2 sp of last Shell made in previous row.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

R4-R6:  turn.  Beg Shell in ch 2 sp, *Shell in ch 2 sp of Shell in previous row.*  Repeat from * to * around.

Repeat R1-R6  in the 2nd Armhole.   

Finish off & weave in ends

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This pattern has been tested by experienced crocheters.  I thank each one of them for their time and devotion to testing my Tulip Sweater Vest crochet pattern!  Thank you Kelly Vicchione, Nichole Tanner, Tambra Nalley, Amanda Corniello, and Cassandra Hillary!

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