Seed Head Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Do you like to use your leftover yarn to crochet a project in multiple colors?  Well this Seed Head Scarf Free Crochet Pattern is perfect to use that scrap yarn left over from projects you have been working on all year. 

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The Seed Head Scarf crochet pattern used the Seed Stitch. The Seed Stitch uses the basic stitches, single crochet and double crochet.  Also in the crochet pattern you will find instructions on how you can customize this to meet your style, size, and color. You can customize it to fit babies, toddlers, tweens, teens and all adult sizes.

Materials:
US G Hook/4 mm
MC 150 yds of  #3/DK Weight Yarn
CC 150 yds of #3/DK Weight Yarn
Tapestry Needle

Gauge:
US G Hook/4 mm
16 st x 16 rows = 4”

Size:
4” wide x 56” long

Abbreviations/Stitches Used:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sp = space
CC =  Contrasting Color
MC = Main Color

 

 

You can also find a premium copy of the Seed Head Scarf Crochet Pattern at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or my Etsy Shop that contain Picture Tutorials and Step-by-Step instructions.

Notes:
Alt ch 2 counts as a dc
You will change colors after every 32 rows or every 8”
You can customize how many rows you would like to do before you change colors.

 

Special Stitches:
Foundation Single Crochet:  creates your foundation row at the same time as your first row of single crochet stitches.
Seed Stitch:  alternate sc and dc in the 1st row then you add a dc in the sc and a sc in the dc in the consecutive rows.

 

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Head Scarf Pattern:

Using MC

R1:  fsc 16 turn  (16 sc)
alternative:  ch 17, sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining st across.  (16 sc)

R2:  ch 1, alt ch 2 in 1st st. *sc in the next st, dc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, sc in last st.  turn ( 16 st)

R3-R32:  alt ch 2 in 1st st. *sc in the next st, dc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, sc in last st.  turn (16 st)

Using CC

R33-64:  alt ch 2 in 1st st. *sc in the next st, dc in the next st*  rep from * until last st, sc in last st.  turn (16 st)

Repeat R1-R64 or until you reach your desired length.


Fasten off and weave in ends.

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That’s it!  You have made the Seed Head Scarf!  You can customize it to fit your style, size, and color(s) using your yarn stash!  I would ❤️ to see your version!  You can tag me at any of my Social Media Sites and using the hashtags listed below.

#seedheadscarf #seedheadscarfcrochetpattern #seedheadscarffreecrochetpattern #joscraftyhook #joscraftyhookdesigns #handmadecrochetedcreations #jo_bear38

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Unisex Herringbone Set Free Crochet Pattern

In this post I want to share with you the Unisex Herringbone Set Free Crochet Pattern.  It is hard to find crochet patterns that are just for boys and men so I found a perfect crochet stitch that creates a unique design that can be used for men and women, the Herringbone Half Double Crochet.

Unisex Herringbone Set

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In the Herringbone Crochet Set you will find crochet patterns for a Beanie and a Cowl.  You will also find 3 sizes to choose from:  Teen, Small & Large Adult.  The good thing about this crochet pattern is that it can be customized to fit your style, size, and color!  The stitch count is a multiple of 6, so it you want to make a smaller or larger size, you can use the multiple of 6.

As I stated above, the Unisex Herringbone Set Free Crochet Pattern is a great crochet pattern boys, men, and women.  My husband and I modeled the set, so as you can see it fits men and women.  You will find some wonderful versions from my testers of the set at the bottom of this post.

You can also find the ad-free pdf  Unisex Herringbone Set crochet pattern at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or my Etsy Shop.

 

 

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Materials Needed:
US Hook I/5.5 mm
100-300 yards of #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Gauge:
US Hook I/5.5 mm
8 HHDC x 6 Rows = 2 inch

Notes:
Ch 1 does not count as a stitch

Gauge Swatch:
R1:  Ch 9, sc in 2nd st and sc in each st across. Ch1
R2:  Turn.  HHDC in each st across.  Ch 1
R3-6:  Repeat R2

Abbreviations:
CH = Chain
Sl St = Slip Stitch
SC = Single Crochet
BLO = Back Loop Only
HHDC = Herringbone Half Double Crochet
SC BLO = Single Crochet in Back Loop Only
HDC2TOG = Half Double Crochet 2 Together
FHDC = Foundation Half Double Crochet

Special Stitches:

To make the HHDC stitch:
1. Yarn over, insert hook into the next stitch and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook)
2. Pull first loop straight through the second (similar to a slip stitch)
3. Yarn over, pull through two remaining loops on hook. 

Special Notes:
The stitch count is a multiple of 6 if you need a smaller or larger size.
Pattern written for: Teen, Sm Adult, Lg Adult
Be sure to count your stitches once and awhile.  It is important once you start the decreasing to have the right stitch count.

Video Tutorials:
YouTube Video Tutorial for HHDC  here
YouTube Video Tutorial for SC in BLO here.
YouTube Video Tutorial for HDC2TOG here.
YouTube Video Tutorial for FHDC here.

 

You can find the ad-free pdf  Unisex Herringbone Set crochet pattern at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or my Etsy Shop.  There is an additional crochet pattern for matching fingerless gloves that you can find at my stores as well.

 

Brim

R1:  Chain 11,  SC in the 2nd chain and each ch across.  Ch 1 and Turn.  10 SC

R2:  sc in 1st st, sc in blo in the next 8 st, and sc in the last st.  Ch 1 and Turn.  10 SC

R3:  Repeat R2 for a total of 54 (60, 66) Rows

Join Brim:  Holding both ends together without twisting, sl st together through blo loop of the previous row and foundation row.

 

Body

R1:  Ch 1, work HHDC across the side of each row, sl st in 1st HHDC st to join.  Ch 1 and Turn.  54 (60, 66)

R2:  HHDC in the 1st st and in each st around.  sl st in 1st HHDC to join.  Ch 1 and Turn.  54 (60, 66)

R3:  HHDC in each remaining st around.  sl st in 1st HHDC to join.  Ch 1 and Turn.  54 (60, 66)

Repeat R2-R3 until hat measures 6 – 6.5”  ( 6.5 – 7” or 7 – 7.5”) inches, including the Brim.  Move on to Decrease Rows.

 

Decrease Rows  

R1:  Ch 1 and Turn. * HHDC in the next 6 (8,9) st, HDC2TOG*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st into 1st to join.  Ch 1 and Turn.  48 , 54, 60  stitches

R2:  *HHDC in the next 5 (7, 8) st, HDC2TOG*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st  into 1st st join.  Ch 1 and Turn.  40 (48, 54) st

R3:  HHDC in the next 4 (6, 7) st, HDC2TOG*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st into 1st st join.  Ch 1 and Turn.  34 (42, 48) st

R4:  HHDC in the next 3 (5, 6) st, HDC2TOG*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st into 1st st join.  28 (36, 42) st  Do not fasten off.

Leave a long tail of 6-10 inches for weaving the top of the hat closed.  You will weave the top of the Beanie closed by using your Tapestry Needle.  

You will go into the 2 loops created by the dc using the long tail you have left.  You will go back and forth weaving the long tail between the 2 loops until you reach the end.  

At the end you will pull the long tail tight, closing the top of the Beanie.  Pull tight and go into the 1st st and create a knot, tying off the long tail.   

If you are having trouble here is the YouTube Video Tutorial showing the process.   

Fasten off and weave in ends.

 

You can find the ad-free pdf crochet pattern at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or my Etsy Shop.

 

 

Herring-Bone Cowl

R1:  FHDC 14 (16, 18) 

Optional:  Chain 16 (18, 20) hdc in the 4th chain and each remaining stitch.     Turn  14 (16, 18)

R2:  Ch 1.  HHDC in 1st st and remaining stitches across.   Turn  14 (16, 18)

R3:  Ch 1.  HHDC in 1st st and remaining stitches across.  Turn  14 (16, 18)

Body of Scarf

R4:  Ch 1.  HHDC in 1st st and remaining stitches across.  Turn  14 (16, 18) 

Repeat R4 until the scarf measures 44”  ( 56”, 68”) inches or until your desired length.  If you would like to leave it as a Scarf, fasten off and weave in the ends.  For the Cowl, do not fasten off, move to the closing of the cowl.

 

Closing the Cowl

R1:  Ch 1 and place HDC in each st across.   14 (16, 18)

Join Ends:  Holding both ends together without twisting, sl st together through blo loop of the previous row and foundation row.

Fasten off and weave in ends.  You are done!

 

 

 

As you can see above the different versions of the Unisex Herringbone Set Free Crochet Pattern from my wonderful testers!  Thanks a  bunch ladies!

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Men’s Tool Belt Crochet Pattern

Do you make New Year’s resolutions?  Do you make them to help you start organizing things in your house, especially after you received gifts from the Holidays?  Well I am collaborating with Cosy Rosie UK in the New Years Resolutions Blog Hop where you can get a FREE pdf cop of my Men’s Tool Belt Crochet Pattern.

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You can get a FREE pdf copy of my Men’s Tool Belt Crochet Pattern on January 24, 2022 from 8a EST until January 25, 2022 at 7:59a EST. This is a great pattern for him to get organized when he works on a project.  He can put certain tools in the pockets that will be needed for his upcoming project.  You can even customize this crochet pattern for women too! I even designed a Kids Tool Belt!

 

 

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Men’s Tool Belt Free Crochet Pattern

 

There are not very many crochet patterns for men out there.  I recently designed an apron for men and it sparked an idea for this men’s tool belt design.  This is a great pattern for him to get organized when he works on a project.  He can put certain tools in the pockets that will be needed for his upcoming project.  You can even customize this crochet pattern for women too! 

 

 

You can find a premium copy of the Men’s Tool Belt at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or my Etsy Shop that contain Picture Tutorials and Step-by-Step instructions.

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I used Caron One Pound 16 oz/812 yd (1454 g/742 m)

Materials:

US Hook J/ 6 mm
500-600  yds of #4 Worsted Weight Yarn
Scissors
Tapestry Needle
Stitch Marker

Gauge:
 US Hook J/6 mm
 12 hbdc x 8 rows = 4”

Gauge Swatch
R1:  ch 14, hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hbdc in each st across.  turn (12 st)
R2:  ch 2, hbdc in each rem st across.  (12 st)
R3-R8:  Repeat R2

Abbreviations/Stitches Used:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
fdc = foundation double crochet
rep = repeat
rem = remaining
SM = stitch marker

Special Stitches:
Herringbone Double Crochet:
1. yarn over, insert hook into the next stitch and pull up a loop (3 loops on hook)
2. pull first loop straight through the second (similar to a slip stitch)
3. yarn over, pull through 1 loop again. (2 loops on hook)
4.  yarn over and pull through both loops.

Notes:
* I used 2 strands of yarn held together to create a thicker tool belt.  
* the stitch count is a multiple of 6 if you want to customize the size of your tool belt.
* there are 2 options to choose from in creating the waist ties.
* ch 1 does not count as a st.
* ch 3 counts as the 1st dc.
* alt ch 2 counts as the 1st dc.
* be sure to count your stitches once and awhile.  

Video Tutorials:

Left Hand FDC here.
Left Hand HBDC here.
Right Hand FDC here.
Right Hand HBDC here.

Adding Waist Tie at the end of the row here.

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Customizing:

The tool belt can be crocheted for anyone.  Below you will find the gauge broken down into inches for that perfect fit.

Step 1:
Measure the front side of the waist from 1 hip to the other.  This will be your main tool belt piece.

Step 2:
Using your measurements from Step 1, divide the amount of stitches needed in half, this will give you your waist tie measurements.

**If you would like to make the waist ties longer, be sure to add the amount of stitches needed before you begin crocheting the tool belt**

Step 3:
For the height of the tool belt, measure from the hips down to mid-thigh. This will decide the number of rows you add before the waist ties are added.

Step 4:
Use the gauge below to choose the number of rows needed to meet the tool belt height.

Step 5:
Choose which option of the tool belt you would like to make and move on to the pattern below.  Again, Option 1 adds waist ties right to the tool belt and Option 2 allows you to make them separately.

Gauge:
3 st x 2 rows = 1”
6 st x 4 rows = 2”
9 st x 6 rows = 3”
12 st x 8 rows = 4 “

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You can find a premium copy of the Men’s Tool Belt at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or my Etsy Shop that contain Picture Tutorials and Step-by-Step instructions.

Tool Belt Crochet Pattern:
There are 2 options on how to make the tool belt. 
Option 1 has the waist ties attached right to the tool belt. 
Option 2 has instructions for separate waist ties.


Option 1 Tool Belt with Waist Ties:
**Video Tutorial for adding the fdc row at ten end of the row here**

NOTE:  If you would like longer waist ties this is where you would need to do it.  See Customizing above.

fdc 45 and lay aside, leaving a short tail of yarn to attach to the tool belt.  (this is your 2nd waist tie that will be added on at R18). Fasten off.  

Alternative:  ch 45, leaving a small tail of yarn to attach to the tool belt.  Fasten off.


R1:  fdc 60 turn (60 dc)
Alternative:  ch 63, hbdc in the 4th ch from hook and each rem st across.  turn (60 hbdc)

 

R2:  alt ch 3 (or ch 3), hbdc in the next st and each rem st across.  turn (60 st)

R3-R16:  Repeat R2 do not turn after R16

R17:  ch 2, fdc 2nd ch from hook, fdc 44 more times.  turn (45 fdc)
Alternative:  ch 45.  turn.  (45 ch)

 

**Video Tutorial for doing fdc row at the end of the row here**

R18:  alt ch 3 (or ch 3), hbdc in each rem st until the end of the row.  attach the fdc you crocheted earlier by hbdc in the 1st st and each rem st across.  (150 st) 

Use the short tail of yarn and attach it to the tool belt.

Alternative:  hbdc in 4th ch from hook and each rem st until the end of the row.  attach the ch you crocheted earlier by hbdc in 1st st and each rem st across.  

Use the short tail of yarn and attach it to the tool belt.

Fasten off and weave in ends.  

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Option 2 Tool Belt with Waist Ties:

R1:  fdc 60 turn (60 dc)
Alternative:  ch 63, dc in the 4th ch from hook and each rem st across.  turn (60 dc)

R2:  alt ch 3 (or ch 3), hbdc in the next st and each rem st across.  turn (60 st)

R3-R18:  Repeat R2 

Waist Ties:
Make 2
NOTE:  If you would like longer waist ties this is where you would need to do it.  See Customizing above.

Leave a long tail of yarn for attaching the waist tie to the tool belt.

R1:  fdc 45 turn (45 st)
Alternative:  ch 48, dc in the 4th ch from hook and each rem st across. turn  (45 st)

R2:  alt ch 3 (or ch 3) and hbdc in each rem st across.  (45 st)

If you did the alternative waist tie:
R3:  turn, ch 1, sc in same st and each rem st across.  (45 st)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Repeat R1 & R2 for 2nd waist tie.

Waist Tie Assembly:

Step 1:
Place waist tie and tool belt RS up.

Step 2:
Line up rows 1 & 2 on the side of the tool belt and waist ties to both sides of R1 of the tool belt.

Step 3:
Sew waist tie to tool belt.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Repeat Steps 1-3 on the other side of the tool belt.

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Pocket:

R1fdc 42 turn (42 dc)
Alternative:  ch 45, dc in 4th ch from hook and each rem st across.  (42 dc)

R2:  alt ch 3 (or ch 3) and hbdc in each rem st across.  (42 st)

R3-R8:  Repeat R2

Leave a long tail of yarn for attaching 3 sides of the pocket to the tool belt. 

Fasten off and weave in ends.  

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Hammer Holder:

Leaving a small tail of yarn for attaching the hammer holder to the tool belt.

R1fdc 12 turn (12 dc)
Alternative:  ch 15, dc in 4th ch from hook and each rem st across.  (12 dc)

R2:  alt ch 2 (or ch 3), hbdc in each rem st across.  (12 st)

R3:  Repeat R2

R4:  ch 1, sc in same st and each rem st across.  (12 st)

Leave a small tail of yarn for attaching the hammer holder to the tool belt.

Fasten off and weave in ends.  

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Hammer Holder & Pocket Assembly:

Step 1:
Measure 1” from the side of the tool belt and place a SM on one side of the hammer holder.  Rep this for the other side of the hammer holder.

Step 2:
Using your small tail of yarn, attach the 2 sides of the hammer holder to the tool belt.

Fasten off and weave in ends.
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Pocket

Step 1:
Measure 2” from the Hammer Holder and place your pocket where you would like to place it.

Step 2:
Place SM on both sides of where you would like to attach the pocket to the tool belt.


Step 3:
Using your long tail of yarn, sew 3 sides of the pocket onto the tool belt, leaving the top of the pocket open.

**Note:  you can sew the middle of the pocket to the tool belt to create 2 pockets instead of 1 big one**

Fasten off and weave in ends.

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That’s it!  You have made the Men’s Tool Belt!  I would ❤️ to see your version!  You can tag me at any of my Social Media Sites using the hashtags listed below.

#menstoolbelt #menstoolbeltcrochetpattern #menstoolbeltpattern #joscraftyhook #joscraftyhookdesigns #handmadecrochetedcreations #jo_bear38

You can find another crochet pattern, the Working Mans Apron, just for him at my Ravelry Store or LoveCrafts or Etsy Shop.  This crochet pattern can be customized to fit your little man and any ladies as well.

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Sweet Georgia Clutch Free Crochet Pattern

In today’s post I wanted to share with you my Sweet Georgia Clutch Free crochet pattern.  I had some really great yarn left over from a testing I took part in a couple of years ago for Knotions Magazine.  I didn’t want to waste this gorgeous yarn so I held on to it for awhile!  Do you hang on to your scraps of yarn for 2 years or more?? 

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I am SO excited to be collaborating with Veronika of Blue Star Crochet and 19 other crochet designers in the 3rd Week of the Last Minute Crochet Gifts Giveaway!  Week 3, the last week, runs from 10/18-24. 2021.  The giveaway starts 10/18/21 at 0:00a in the UK time zone or at 7p on 10/17/21.

I will be giving away a free pdf copy of my Sweet Georgia Clutch crochet pattern.  There are also 20 other crochet ideas that would be perfect for those last minute Christmas or holiday gifts for your family and friends!

 

 

Sweet Georgia Clutch – Jo’s Crafty Hook

 

You can download my free pdf copy of the Sweet Georgia Clutch as part of the Last Minute Crochet Gifts Pattern Giveaway from Ravelry using the button below.  Starting 10/18/21 at 0:00a the UK Time Zone or 10/17/21 at 7p EST, use the Coupon Code: CROCHETGIFTS21

 

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Thank you for stopping by to collect all your last minute crochet gift ideas from ALL the awe-some crochet designers that contributed this year!  I hope you have a Blessed Thanksgiving, a Merry Christmas, and Happy Holiday!

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I used 100 yards of Sweet Georgia Superwash SK (100% superwash merino, 256 yds [234m]/4oz [115g]) in the color Mink

Materials:

100 yards of 3 Ply Light or DK Weight Yarn
US G Hook or 4mm
Scissors
Tapestry Needle                                                                 

Size:
Closed: 4” tall x 8” wide
Open: 8” tall x 8” wide

Stitches Used/Abbreviations: 
ch = chain US G Hook or 4 mm
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sp = space
ws = wattle stitch

Gauge:
US G Crochet Hook or 4 mm
21 st x 14 rows = 4″
7 ws x 14 rows = 4:

Notes:
The clutch is worked in the round until the flap, then you will turn your work and work in rows.
Wattle Stitch adds 1 stitch to the stitch count.

Special Stitches:
Wattle Stitch – consists of (sc, ch 1, dc) all in the same stitch.

Gauge Swatch:
Measures 4” x 4”

R1:  ch 20, sc in 2nd chain from hook and each remaining st across.  Turn  (19 sc)

R2:  ch 1, ws in same sp, *sk 2 st, ws in next st*  repeat from * to * until last st.  (7 ws)

R3:  ch 1 and turn.  ws in each ch-1 sp across.  (7 ws)

R4-R14:  Repeat R3

**Be aware that different types of yarn differ in thicknesses, so you may need to go up or down a hook size or change type of yarn being used**

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Clutch Crochet Pattern:

R1:  Chain 37,  sc in 2nd chain from hook, sc in same space.  2 sc in next st, sc in the next 32 sts, 2 sc in next st, 2 sc in the last st.  On the other side of the chain, 2 sc in 1st st, 2 sc in next st, sc in the next 32 sts, 2 sc in the next st, and 2 sc in the last st. (bottom of 1st sc).  sl st in 1st st to join.  (80 sc) total

R2: ch 1 and (sc, ch 1, dc) all in the same st (ws made), *sk 2 st, ws in next st* Repeat from * to * until the last 2 st.  sk 1 st and sl st in 1st sc to join.  (27 ws & 81 st)

**your st count will increase by 1 after R2**

R3:  ch 1, turn, and ws in 1st ch-1 sp.  ws in each ch-1 sp around.  sl st in 1st sc to join.  (27 ws)

R4-R14:  Repeat R3

Continue to the Flap part of the clutch.

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Flap Pattern:

R15-25:  ch 1, turn, and ws in 1st ch-1 sp.  ws in the next 12 ch-1 sp across.  Turn (13 ws)

Fasten off and weave in your ends.

Closure:

There are so many ways you can add something to keep your clutch closed.

A button…a snap…a magnet…sew on a flower…and SO many more!

How will you close yours??  Show me by sharing your version on any of my Social Media Sites listed below!

#sweetgeorgiaclutch #joscraftyhookdesigns #joscraftyhook #handmadecrochetedcreations #jo_bear38

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You can find other crochet patterns for my Handbags and Clutches at my Ravelry Store or Etsy Shop.

Cream Pop Handbag & Clutch

 

Jo’s Boat Tote

Garden Tote

Sharon Bag Crochet Pattern
Sharon Bag

You can find more of my crochet designs at any of the places below:

Ravelry

LoveCrafts 

Etsy Shop

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Blueberry Waffle Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

BlueBerry Waffle Beanie

Thank you for stopping by Jo’s Crafty Hook to take advantage of the BlueBerry Waffle Beanies Free Crochet Pattern!

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There is a story behind the creation of the BlueBerry Waffle Beanie.  I designed a hat 2 years ago for Lion Brand Yarn and their #HatNotHate hat drive called the Blue Seuss Slouchy Hat.  To show my support again this year, I designed the 2 versions of the BlueBerry Waffle Beanie.  Here is what Lion Brand has to say about #HatNotHate:

  “With #HatNotHate Lion Brand Yarn hopes to increase awareness on the impact of bullying has on children, teens and adults by rallying together and crafting blue hats to proudly wear throughout the month of October, National Bullying Prevention Month.  With your help we hope to create a new “craftivist” movement to send the message that bullying in unacceptable.”

My daughter experienced Bullying and seen some of the harsh side effects Bullying can cause.  This is why I feel SO strongly and have been designing Blue Hats to show my support against this cruel behavior.  Because my daughter loves Waffles I decided to design this waffle stitch beanie to show my support.  You will find 2 versions of the BlueBerry Waffle Beanie in this post.  

Send your hats to:

#HATNOTHATE
140 Kero Road
Carlstadt, NJ 07072

Extended Deadline: September 13th

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From August 15, 2021 until September 6, 2021 you can take advantage of my #HatNotHate bundle of crochet patterns for $6!  Retail Value is $16, that’s $10 off!  No Coupon Code needed!

You will get my:

  • Blue Seuss Slouchy Hat
  • BlueBerry Waffle Beanie
  • Rugged Slopes Messy Bun and Beanie
  • Slouchy Puffs Beanie

My Blueberry Waffle Beanie and my Rugged Slopes hat can be made 4 ways each, so this is like getting 10 crochet patterns in 1 bundle!  Visit my Ravlery Store to take advantage of this awesome discount!

Lion Brand’s #HatNotHate campaign asks for blue hats to be donated for kids to wear against Bullying in October!  Find out more about Lion Brand’s #HatNotHate campaign here!

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You can find the Ad-Free PDF crochet pattern for the BlueBerry Waffle Beanie at my Ravelry Store.

BlueBerry Waffle Beanie

Version 1

 

Size Hat Width (Circumference) Hat Height Crown 
0-6 months 12.5” 5” – 5.25” 4” – 4.5”
6-12 months 14.5 5.5” – 6.5” 4.5” – 5”
12-24 months 16.5 6.5” – 6.75” 4.5” – 5”
2-4 years 18.5” 6.75” – 7” 5” – 5.5”
5-10 years 20” 6.75” – 7.5” 5.5” – 6”
Tween/Small Adult 21.5” 7.5” – 8” 6” 6.25”
Medium Adult 22” 23.5” 6.25” – 6.75”
Large Adult 22.5” 8.5” -9” 6.5” – 7”

 

Materials:

US H Crochet Hook/5.0 or 5 mm
US I Crochet Hook/5.5mm
150-400 yards of 4 ply Worsted or Aran Weight Yarn
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Gauge:
US Hook H/5.0 or 5 mm
8 FPDC/BPDC x 5 Rows = 2 inch

Abbreviations:
CH = Chain
Sl St = Slip Stitch
DC = Double Crochet
FDC = Foundation Double Crochet
FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet
BPDC = Back Post Double Crochet
DC2TOG = Double Crochet 2 Together

Notes:
Ch 3 does count as a DC
Ch 1 does NOT count as a stitch

Video Tutorials:
DC2TOG instructions from YouTube here.
FDC instructions on YouTube here.
FPDC instructions on YouTube here.
BPDC instructions
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 behind the Front Post of the DC in the Previous Row.
Double Crochet 2 Togetherwhen you double crochet two together, you are taking what were two double crochet stitches and turning them into just one double crochet stitch. This is also known as a decrease.

 

Special Notes: 

  1. Stitch multiple after the band is 3, 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, 2-4 yrs, 5-10 yrs, Teen/Sm Adult, Med Adult, Lg Adult) 
  3. Brim is worked in the round.
  4. Waffle Stitch is worked as rows.
  5. If Height of Hat is NOT met, Repeat R6-R7 until Height is met.  Remember you will be adding 1.5”-2.5” for Decreasing.
  6. If Height IS Hat IS met, end with R7 repeat, skip the rest of the Rows and go to Decrease Rows.  Remember you will be adding 1.5”-2.5” when decreasing. 
  7. If Height of Hat is NOT met after adding all the Rows, you can use more Decrease Rows below.

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Brim: 

R1:  Fdc 48 (57, 60, 69, 78, 81, 87, 90) join. 

R2: Ch 3, fpdc in the next st *dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.  (48, 57, 60, 69, 78, 87, 90) st 

R3: Ch 2, fpdc in the same st, *dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st* Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.  (48, 57, 60, 69, 78, 81, 87, 90) st

Waffle Stitch:

R4:  Ch 3, dc in same stitch and each stitch around.  sl st to join.

R5:  Ch 3, turn, dc in the next st. *fpdc around the post of the next stitch, dc in the next two st.*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

R6Ch 3, turn, dc in the next st. Fpdc around the post of the next st, dc in the next 2 st.*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

Ages 0-6 mth, 6-12 mth, 12-24 mth

R7-R10:  Repeat R5-R6 twice then go to Decrease Rows

Ages 2-4 yrs

R7-R12:  Repeat R5-R6 three times then go to Decrease Rows

Ages 5-10 yrs

R7-14:  Repeat R5-R6 four times then go to Decrease Rows

Tween/Small Adult 

R7-14:  Repeat R5-R6 four times then go to Decrease Rows

Medium Adult 

R7-R16:  Repeat R5-R6 five times and go to Decrease Rows

Large Adult 

R7-R18:  Repeat R5-R6 six times and go to Decrease Rows

Decrease Rows:

R1:  Ch 2, fpdc in the next st, *dc2tog in the next 2 dc, (fpdc in the next st, dc in the next 2 st) twice*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.  turn

R2:  Ch 3, *bpdc in the next st, (dc in the next st, bpdc in the next 2 st) twice.*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.  turn

R3:  Ch 2 *fpdc in the next st, dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st, dc2tog, fpdc in the next st, dc in the next 2 st*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.  turn

R4:  Ch 3, bpdc in the next st, dc in the next st, bpdc in the next st, dc in the next st, bpdc in the next 2 st, *(dc in the next st, bpdc in the next st) twice then dc in the next st, bpdc in the next 2 st*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.  

If you are wanting your Hat to be a Messy Bun do NOT sew the Crown of the Hat closed.  **If Height of Hat is NOT met, please see more Decrease Rows below.

Leave a 6-8” tail for sewing the Crown of the Hat closed.

Sew the crown closed being sure to pull your long tail tight once you’ve reached the 1st st.

Fasten off and weave in ends with Tapestry Needle.       

You can add a Pom Pom if you would like.

 

Extra Decrease Rows

Decrease Rows to meet the Hat’s Height.

R1:  Ch 3 and turn, *dc2tog in the next 2 dc, fpdc.*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

R2-R4:  Ch 3 and turn.  *dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st .*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

You can Repeat R2-R4 in continuing to add Height to your Hat.

Leave a 6-8” tail for sewing the Crown of the Hat closed.

Sew the crown of the hat closed being sure to pull long tail tight once you’ve reached the 1st st.

Fasten off and weave in ends with Tapestry Needle.       

You can add a Pom Pom if you would like.

You can make a Messy Bun Version.  See instructions above.

 

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You can find the Ad-Free PDF crochet pattern at my Ravelry Store.

Version 2

Using I Hook

Brim: 

R1:  Fdc 35 ( 38, 44, 50, 56, 62, 68, 74) join. 

R2: Ch 3, fpdc in the next st *dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.  (35, 38, 44, 50, 56, 62, 68, 74) st 

R3-R5:  Repeat the last round (dc in dc and fpdc in fpdc).  sl st to join. (35, 38, 44, 50, 56, 62, 68, 74) st 

Using H Hook

Waffle Stitch:

R6:  Ch 3, dc in the next st and each st around.  sl st to join.

R7:  Ch 3, turn and dc in the next st. *fpdc around the post of the next st, dc the next two st.*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

R8Ch 3, turn, and dc in the next st.  Fpdc around the post of the next st.  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

Ages 0-6 mth, 6-12 mth, 12-24 mth

R9-R12:  Repeat R7-R8 twice then go to Decrease Rows

Ages 2-4 yrs

R9-R14:  Repeat R7-R8 three then go to Decrease Rows

Ages 5-10 yrs

R9-16:  Repeat R7-R8 four times then go to Decrease Rows

Tween/Small Adult 

R9-18:  Repeat R7-R8 five times then go to Decrease Rows

Medium Adult 

R9-R20:  Repeat R7-R8 six times and go to Decrease Rows

Large Adult 

R9-R22:  Repeat R7-R8 seven times and go to Decrease Rows

Decrease Rows:

R1:  Ch 3 and turn, *dc2tog in the next 2 dc, fpdc.*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

R2-R4:  Ch 3 and turn.  *dc in the next st, fpdc in the next st .*  Repeat from * to * around.  sl st to join.

If you are wanting your Hat to be a Messy Bun do NOT sew the Crown of the Hat closed. 

**If Height of Hat is NOT met, Repeat R2-R4 until Height is met.**

Leave a 6-8” tail for sewing the Crown of the Hat closed.

Sew the crown of the hat closed being sure to pull long tail tight once you get back to your 1st st.

Fasten off and weave in ends with Tapestry Needle.       

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Check out some of my testers version of the BlueBerry Waffle Beanies.

 

Send your hats to:

#HATNOTHATE
140 Kero Road
Carlstadt, NJ 07072

Extended Deadline: September 13th

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Jo’s Boat Tote Crochet Pattern

I seem to be designing a lot more totes, handbags, and clutches lately.  This is why I am sharing with you Jo’s Boat Tote Crochet Pattern for FREE!

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Jo’s Boat Tote Crochet Pattern is a great make for those kids going back to school, as teacher’s gifts, as WIP bags, and so many other uses for this tote!  This pattern would make a great Stash Buster!  I used 2 colors of yarn, but you can use as many colors as you like!

 

 

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I used Main Stays Basic Yarn.
(7oz/397yds) 363m/198g)

Materials:

US Hook H/5.0 mm
US Hook J/6.0 mm
450 yds of Light Color 4 ply Worsted Weight
450 yds of Dark Color 4 ply Worsted Weight
Scissors
Tapestry Needle
Stitch Marker

Gauge:
Hook US H/5.0 mm
Bottom:  7 sc  x 6 rows  = 2”
V-Stitch Rows:  3 v-st x 4 rows  = 2”

Size:
18” wide
13” tall

Abbreviations:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
blo  = back loop only  v-stitch = V-st

Notes:
Beginning V-Stitch  = (ch 4 + 1 dc) in same space
V-Stitch = (1 dc + ch 1 + 1 dc) in same space
Ch 2 does NOT count as a stitch until the Purse section of the tote
Bottom part of tote is worked flat
Purse part of tote is worked in the Round

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You can find an Ad-Free pdf version at my Ravelry Store that has helpful picture tutorials.

Jo’s Boat Tote Crochet Pattern:

Bottom of Bag

With the Lighter Color

Bottom Piece measures 16” x 5.5”

R1:  Using the Lighter yarn ch 51, sc in 2nd chain from hook and to the end of ch. (50 sc)
R2-R20:  ch 1 and turn.  sc in same st and in each remaining st across.   (50 sc)

DO NOT TURN.  You will now start working in the round. 

R21:
Step 1:  ch 1 and turn. This will be the short row and sc in each st across the short row.  (19 sc)
Step 2:  turn work again to see the long row and sc in each st across the long row. (50 sc)
Step 3:  turn work again and sc in each st across of the short row.  (19 sc)
Step 4:  turn work again and sc in each st across the long row.  Sl st in 1st st to join.  (50 sc)
R22:  ch 1 sc in blo of same st and sc in blo of each sc around . sl st in 1st st.  ( 138 sc)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Change to Darker Color

Purse:
R1: Flip the Bottom piece over and attach yarn by sl st in 1st st of any corner of Row 22.  ch 2, hdc in same st and hdc in each st around. (ch 2 counts as a hdc)  (139 hdc) 

**Do not turn at the end of the row, the Purse is worked in the round.   Place a stitch marker in the 1st st made at the start of each RoundYou may want to move the stitch marker every time you start a new round**

R2-R5:  ch 2, hdc in same st and hdc in each remaining st around. sl st in 2nd hdc. (139 hdc)  

Change to Lighter Color

R6-R11:   ch 2, hdc in same st and hdc in each remaining st around. sl st in 2nd hdc. (139 hdc) 

Change to Darker Color

R12-R25: ch 2, hdc in same st and hdc in each remaining st around. sl st in 2nd hdc. (139 hdc) 

Change to Lighter Color

R26:  ch 2, hdc in same st and hdc in each remaining st around. sl st in 2nd hdc. (139 hdc)
R27:  beg v-st, *skip 2 st and v-st in next st [(dc, ch 1, dc) all in same st] .*  repeat from * to * around until the last 2 st, skip last 2 st.  sl st in the 1st ch-2 sp.  (30 v-st)
R28-R34:  beg v-st in the ch-2 sp.  v-st in the each ch-2 space around.  sl st in 1st ch-2 sp (30 v-st)

 Change to Darker Color

R35:  ch 2, hdc in same st and hdc in each remaining st around. sl st in 2nd hdc. (139 hdc)
R36:  beg v-st, *skip 2 st and v-st in next st [(dc, ch 1, dc) all in same st] .*  repeat from * to * around until the last 2 st, skip last 2 st.  sl st in the 1st ch-2 sp.  (30 v-st)
R37-R39:  beg v-st in the ch-2 sp.  v-st in the each ch-2 space around.  sl st in 1st ch-2 sp (30 v-st)
R40:  ch 2, hdc in same st and hdc in each remaining st around. sl st in 2nd hdc. (139 hdc)
R41-R44:  ch 3, dc in same sp and each remaining st around.  sl st in 1st dc to join.  (139 dc)

Using your tapestry needle fasten off and weave in ends.

The Straps can be placed anywhere you like or be made as long as you like.  Below is how I did mine.

Straps:

Make 2 using the J Hook
I used both colors when making the Straps.

1st Strap:

Straps will be worked around the beginning chain.

Step 1:  ch 81.  sc in the blo of the 2nd ch from hook and each st across.  (80 sc),  sc in back loop
Step 2:  Place 2 more sc in the last stitch. (82 sc)
Step 3:  Turn and sc in blo of each remaining st across.  (80 sc)
Step 4:  Place 2 more sc in last st, sl st in 1st sc to join.  (82 sc)  Total sc around 164.

Fasten off and weave in ends. 

Strap Assembly:

 First Strap:  

Step 1:  Find the V-St that lines up with the end rows of the purse (this is your starting point)
Step 2:  count 3 V-St to the Right and feed 1 strap through the front in the space between the 3rd & 4th V-Stitch from the starting spot.
Step 3:  Tie a knot at the end of the strap leaving 5-7 sc showing.
Step 4:  Count over 7 V-St and feed the remaining strap from the inside of the Purse out.
Step 5:  Tie a Knot at the end of the Strap leaving 5-7 sc showing.  

Second Strap: 

Step 1:  From the Starting Point count 3 V-Stitches to the Left and feed 1 strap through the front in the space between the 3rd & 4th V-Stitch from the starting spot.
Step 2:  Tie a knot at the end of the Strap leaving 5-7 sc showing.
Step 3:  Count over 7 V-St and feed the remaining strap from the inside of the purse out.
Step 4:  Tie a knot at the end of the Strap leaving 5-7 sc showing

My Strap Placement

That’s it!  I would LOVE to see your version of Jo’s Boat Tote!  You can use the hashtag #josboattote #boattote #joscraftyhook #joscraftyhookdesigns #jo_bear38 at any of the social media sites above.

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Peony Flower Bunting Free Crochet Pattern

Spring is in the air, trees are sprouting, flowers are blooming, and birds are singing!  I LOVE to bring fresh flowers in the house; I LOVE their smell; and their colors!  So in today’s post I will be sharing with you my Peony Flower Bunting Free Crochet Pattern!  This way you can surround yourself with flowers all time!

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There are SO many different ways you can use the flower and leaf crochet patterns.  You can use them as appliques, add them to handbags, put them on headbands and SO much more!  These crochet patterns are a GREAT scrap busting projects as well!

Below you will find the crochet pattern for some peonies and leaves.  There are helpful picture tutorials for the flowers.  After you have crocheted as many flowers and leaves as you like, I have suggested some steps you can follow on assembling your bunting and hanging your flowers.

If you sign up for my Newsletter, you can get a free pdf copy of the crochet pattern! When you sign up to my Newsletter, you get a Special Bonus, $3 off to be used at my Ravelry Store! The Peony Flower Bunting/Wall Hanging is $3, so you can get the free pdf version for FREE!
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Once you are finished making your Peony Flower Bunting, be sure to stop back by the Crochet Flower Roundup to check out the other designers’ flower crochet patterns!

You can find the Peony Flower Bunting Crochet Pattern at my Ravelry Store for a small fee.

 

So let’s get started!

 

Beginner Friendly
US Terms

I used 200 yards of Red Heart Super Saver 4 ply Worsted Weight Yarn. (198 g/7 oz, 333 meters/364 yards)

Materials:

US Hook H/5.00 mm
200-400 yards of 4 ply Worsted Weight Yarn
Scissors
Tapestry Needle
String/Rope needed for Banner string.
Twist Ties or 4″ pieces of yarn
Stitch Markers

Abbreviations/Stitches:
ch = chain
sp = space
sk = skip
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
trc = triple crochet

Notes:
I am a left handed so pictures may look different than yours.
ch 1 does not count as a stitch.
The flowers are worked in the round.
The leaves are worked on both sides of the chain.
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Finished Peony

Peony Flower Pattern:

1st layer of petals
**I changed colors after each round of petals**

R1: Make a slip knot, ch 2, 10 sc in the 2nd ch from hook, sl st in 1st sc to join.  10 sc

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
R1

 

R2: ch1, sc in the same stitch, *ch 3, sk the next stitch, sc in the next st*  Repeat from * to * until you have 5 ch 3 sp, sl st into 1st sc to join.  You will work in the ch-3 sp in R3.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
R2

 

R3: *sc in ch-3, 5 dc, sc in the same ch-3 sp*  Repeat from * to * until you have 5 petals.  sl st in sc to join.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
R3

2nd layer of petals

R4:  Ch 5, *going behind your petal, sl st in 1st sc on next petal, ch 5* Repeat from * to * until you have 5 ch-5 sp.  sl st  in 1st ch 5 sp to join.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
R4

R5: *ch 1, *sc in ch-5 sp, 9 dc, sc in the same ch-5 sp.*  Repeat from * to * until you have 5 petals. sl st in 1st sc to join. 

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
R5

3rd layer of petals

R6: *ch 6, going behind your petal, sl st in 1st sc of next petal* Repeat from * to * until you have 5 ch-6 sp.  sl st in 1st sc to join.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
R6

R7:  ch 1 *sc in ch-6 sp, 9 trc, sc in same ch-6 sp.*  Repeat from * to * until you have 5 petals. sl st in 1st sc to join.  Do NOT fasten off.

Waffle Ear Warmers Crochet Pattern
R7

Once you have finished your flower, going behind the petal, ch 8 and sl st in 1st ch to join.

**This will create a loop that will be used to attach your flower to the banner string** 

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Repeat R1-R7 until you have 7 flowers or as many as you desire.

You can find the Peony Flower Bunting Crochet Pattern at my Ravelry Store for a small fee.

 

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Leaf Crochet Pattern:
**I made my leaves in 2 different colors.  2 leaves will be attached to each flower**

Step 1:
Starting with a long tail of yarn (about 2”) ch 15.

Step 2:
sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next st, hdc in next 2 st, dc in next 2 st , trc in next 2 st, dc in next 2 st , hdc in next 2 st , sc in next st, 2 sc in last st.

Step 3:
turn your to crochet on the other side of the foundation chain. 

Step 4:
2 sc in 1st st, hdc in next 2 st, dc in next 2 st, trc in next 2 st, dc in next 2 st, hdc in next 2 st, sc in next st, sl st in last st and in 1st st to join.

Fasten off and weave in your ends.

Repeat Steps 1-4 until you have 14 leaves or as many as you desire.

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Flower Assembly:

  

Step 1:

With your tapestry needle and the long tail of yarn you created at the beginning ch, sew a leaf on each side of the loop you just made.  **I glued my leaves to the back of the flowers to hold them in place.**

Repeat for each flower.

Step 2:

Cut a long piece of rope or cable about 8” – 10” (or as long as you desire) for your bunting string.  This is what you will use to hang your flowers on.  You can also crochet a long foundation single crochet chain instead of using a cable or rope.

Step 3:

Weave your bunting string through each loop made on the flower.

Step 4:

Measure 4” from the beginning and end of your bunting string and place a stitch marker in each place.  

**this will give you enough string on each end to attach your bunting to a nail or hook placed on the surface the bunting will hang from.**

Step 5:

Evenly space your flowers apart on your bunting string.  

Step 6:

Using your twist tie or a small piece of yarn fasten your flowers in place.

Step 7:

Hang your bunting to your wall, fireplace, tree, or any place you like.  

Peony Flower Bunting

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You can find the Peony Flower Bunting Crochet Pattern at my Ravelry Store for a small fee.

That’s it!  You have finished making you own peony flower bunting or wall hanging!  Thank you so much for completing my free bunting crochet pattern!  I would LOVE to see your version of the bunting!  You can tag me at any of the Social Media sites listed below.  You can also use the hashtags:  #peonyflowerbunting #flowerbunting #peonyflowerbuntingcrochetpattern #flowerwallhanging #wallhanging #joscraftyhook #joscraftyhookdesigns #jo_bear38

 

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Wrapped in Diamonds Free Crochet Pattern

The weather has really turned cold here in NE Ohio! Since we still have a few more months of cold weather ahead, I decided to bring you a perfect crochet pattern to wrap you up in warmth. The Wrapped in Diamonds Free Crochet Pattern will help you stay warm. You can also make it for a loved one and wrap them in what many girls love, Diamonds. Below you will find the Wrapped in Diamonds Free Crochet Pattern!

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Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap

 

The Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap uses a new stitch for me that I found last year, the Argyle Shell Stitch.  I have created 9 other crochet patterns using this stitch.  Once you get the hang of the pattern repeats, the wrap will be done before you know it!

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On my day, February 8, 2021 you can get a free pdf copy of my Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap crochet pattern.

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Below you will find the free crochet pattern for the Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap.

 

Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap

 

Pattern Information:

Materials:
1000 yards #3 Lightweight Yarn
US Hook I or 5.5mm
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Gauge:
US I Hook or 5.5mm
2 full diamonds = 4″ wide
2 full diamonds 4″ length

Abbreviations/Stitches Used:
ch = chain stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sp = space
ss = slip stitch

Size:
26” x 73”

Notes:
Stitch count is a multiple of 8 + 2
There are helpful Video Tutorials below

Special Stitch:

Shell = (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) all in the same stitch.
Argyle Shell Stitch = consist of the base chain plus the repeat rows R2-R5, this creates the stitch which makes the Diamond shapes.

How to crochet in the Back Bar of Chain

How to crochet in the Back Bar of Chain

Video Tutorials:
Right Handed Version here.
Left Handed Version here.

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Wrapped in Diamonds Wrap

 

Pattern:

**If you prefer a wrap that is not as wide at the bottom, this is where you would shorten your chain count.  Be sure to use the multiple of 8 + 2**

R1:  Chain 82, in the back bar of the chain, sc in 2nd chain.  (see pic above)  *Ch 5, skip 3 ch, sc in the back bar of the next ch*. Repeat to the end.  Make sure you have a sc in the last stitch.

Row 1

R2:  Ch 5 and turn.  sc in ch-5 sp, shell in next sc, sc in next ch-5 sp.  *ch 5, sc in next ch-5 sp, shell in next sc, sc in next ch-5 sp.* Repeat from * to * until the last sc, then ch 2 and dc in last sc.

Row 2

R3:  Ch 1 and turn.  sc in 1st st, shell in next sc, sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc.  *sc in next ch-5 sp, shell in next sc, sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc* Repeat from * to * until the last ch-5 sp, then sc in 3rd ch of the last ch-5 sp.

Row 3

R4:  ch 5 and turn.  sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc, sc in center dc of shell, *ch 5, sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc, sc in dc of shell.*  Repeat from * to * until the last sc, then ch 2 and dc in last sc.

Row 4

R5:  ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st.  Ch 5, *sc in center dc of shell, ch 5, sc in ch-5 sp, ch 5*  Repeat from * to * until the last ch-5 sp, then sc in center dc of shell, ch 5, sc in 3rd ch of the last ch-5 sp.

Row 5

R6-R145:  Repeat R2-R5 or until your desired length is reached.

**If you prefer a wrap that is not as long, this is where you would not crochet as many rows**

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Example of Finish Border

Border:

Side of Wrap

Step 1:
Turn your work to work on the long side of the Wrap.

Step 2:
(dc, ch 1, dc) all in the same stitch.  *sc in the next st, (dc, ch 1 dc)*  Repeat from * to * until you come to the corner of Wrap.  

Bottom of the Wrap

Step 1:
Turn your work to work along the bottom of the Wrap.

Step 2:
*sc, (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc), sc all in the same stitch*.  Repeat from * to * to the corner. 

Bottom Side of the Wrap

 

Other Side of Wrap

Step 1:
Turn your work to work on the long side of the Wrap.

Step 2:
(dc, ch 1, dc) all in the same stitch.  *sc in the next st, (dc, ch 1 dc)*  Repeat from * to * to the corner of Wrap.

other side of Wrap

Top of the Wrap:
Step 1:
Turn your work to work along the top of the Wrap.

Step 2:
*sc, (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc), sc all in the same stitch*.  Repeat from * to *to the corner.  ss in next st and fasten off.

Top side of Wrap

 

Fasten off and Weave in the ends. Wrap yourself or your loved ones in Diamonds and warmth!

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Earlier I stated that I used the Argyle Shell Stitch in this wrap and 9 other crochet patterns. I am happy to announce you can find ALL 10 crochet patterns in one pdf, my Diamonds Collection eBook. You can find it at Ravelry and Etsy!

In my collection you will find 1 bonus crochet pattern that is not sold in any of my stores, the Diamond Arches Tee. Inside my eBook you will find patterns for this wrap, 2 summer tees, a poncho, 2 pocket shawl in adult and child sizes, a cowl, and an Afghan square. Each pattern has multiple sizes to choose from. You can customize these patterns to fit your style, size, and colors.

I am offering my Diamonds Collection eBook at an introductory price of $30! The original retail price of all the crochet patterns in my eBook is $50. So you can get it for 40% off that’s $20 off the retail value! Visit my Ravelry Store and Etsy Shop for your copy today!

You can find more of my crochet patterns at these locations listed below.

Ravelry
Lovecraft
Etsy

Find me, Jo of Jo’s Crafty Hook at any one of these places listed below!

Website:      www.joscraftyhook.com

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Lovecraft
Etsy

Facebook Group:  www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHook-ers

Facebook Page:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHook

Facebook Page:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHookDesigns

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  • If you would like to make a donation to Jo’s Crafty Hook and help me with the costs of running my website, crocheting new designs I would greatly appreciate it!

From the Designer:

  • Thank you for stopping by my website!  Check out some of my patterns at my Ravelry Store Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs or LoveCraft or Etsy Shop JosCraftyHook or get free crochet patterns at my website joscraftyhook.com!  While you are at my website be sure to subscribe to my Newsletter.  This way you will be notified when I release another pattern or giveaway or blog post!
  •  If you have any questions or concerns about this pattern or any other pattern please find me at Joey Lea Baird on Facebook or email me at jo@joscraftyhook.com
  • You are free to sell or gift the item you make from my website, please do NOT claim any of my designs as your own.   If you share your finished product, please acknowledge me as the designer.  Please forward any one who would like to do this crochet pattern or any of my patterns to the Ravelry Store or to LoveCraft or to my Etsy shop, 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.
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Diamonds Square Crochet Pattern

I am happy to bring you my Diamonds Square Crochet Pattern that was designed specifically for the Friendship Blanket CAL hosted by Helen and Sara of Sunflower Cottage Crochet.

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In designing the blanket, we wanted to bring you squares that have texture and definition.  When crocheting the diamond square you will see a lot of texture and definition in the shapes that appear.

When designing the square and thinking about the blanket, I wanted to cover you in what every person loves, Diamonds!  With the finished look of the square it reminds me of the diamond pattern that shows up in Argyle Socks.  lol

The diamonds square crochet pattern uses the basic crochet stitches found in many crochet patterns.  I used the Argyle Shell Stitch.  If you are unfamiliar with this stitch, there are helpful picture and video tutorials in the pattern below.

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Diamonds Squares

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Diamonds Squares

Pattern Information:

Materials:
100-120 yards 4 ply (Aran) Worsted Weight Yarn
US Hook J or 6 mm
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Gauge:
US J Hook or 6 mm
2 full diamonds = 2.66″ wide
2 full diamonds 4″ length

Abbreviations/Stitches Used:
ch = chain stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sp = space
ss = slip stitch

Size:
9” x 9”

Notes:
Stitch count is a multiple of 8 + 2
There are helpful Video Tutorials below

Special Stitch:

Shell = (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) all in the same stitch.
Argyle Shell Stitch = consist of the base chain plus the repeat rows R2-R5, this creates the stitch which makes the Diamond shapes.

How to crochet in the Back Bar of Chain

How to crochet in the Back Bar of Chain

Video Tutorials:
Argyle Shell Stitch – Right Handed Version here.

Argyle Shell Stitch – Left Handed Version here.

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Diamonds Square

Pattern:

R1:  Chain 26, in the back bar of the chain, sc in 2nd chain.  (see pic below)  *Ch 5, skip 3 ch, sc in the back bar of the next ch*. Repeat to the end.  Make sure you have a sc in the last stitch.

Row 1

R2:  Ch 5 and turn.  sc in ch-5 sp, shell in next sc, sc in next ch-5 sp.  *ch 5, sc in next ch-5 sp, shell in next sc, sc in next ch-5 sp.* Repeat from * to * until the last sc, then ch 2 and dc in last sc.

Row 2

R3:  Ch 1 and turn.  sc in 1st st, shell in next sc, sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc.  *sc in next ch-5 sp, shell in next sc, sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc* Repeat from * to * until the last ch-5 sp, then sc in 3rd ch of the last ch-5 sp.

Row 3

R4:  ch 5 and turn.  sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc, sc in center dc of shell, *ch 5, sc in center dc of shell, shell in next sc, sc in dc of shell.*  Repeat from * to * until the last sc, then ch 2 and dc in last sc.

Row 4

R5:  ch 1, turn, sc in 1st st.  Ch 5, *sc in center dc of shell, ch 5, sc in ch-5 sp, ch 5*  Repeat from * to * until the last ch-5 sp, then sc in center dc of shell, ch 5, sc in 3rd ch of the last ch-5 sp.

Row 5

R6-R18:  Repeat R2-R5

Do not fasten off.

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Border:

Side of Square

Step 1:
Turn your work to work on the side of the square.

Step 2:
(dc, ch 1, dc) all in the same stitch.  *sc in the next st, (dc, ch 1 dc)*  Repeat from * to * until you come to the corner of square.  

1st Side of Sqaure

Bottom of Square

Step 1:
Turn your work to work along the bottom of the square.

Step 2:
*sc, (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc), sc all in the same stitch*.  Repeat from * to * to the corner. 

Bottom Side of the Square

Other Side of Square

Step 1:
Turn your work to work on the long side of the square.

Step 2:
(dc, ch 1, dc) all in the same stitch.  *sc in the next st, (dc, ch 1 dc)*  Repeat from * to * to the corner of the square.

Other side of Square

Top of Square

Step 1:
Turn your work to work along the top of the Wrap.

Step 2:
*sc, (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc), sc all in the same stitch*.  Repeat from * to *to the corner.  ss in next st and fasten off.

Top side of Square

 

Fasten off and weave in the ends. 

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If you like using the Argyle Shell Stitch in this square, I have 9 other crochet patterns available that use this stitch.  You can find ALL 9 crochet patterns in one pdf, my Diamonds Collection eBook. You can find it at Ravelry and Etsy!

In my collection you will find 1 bonus crochet pattern that is not sold in any of my stores, the Diamond Arches Tee. Inside my eBook you will find patterns for this wrap, 2 summer tees, a poncho, 2 pocket shawl in adult and child sizes, a cowl, and an Afghan square. Each pattern has multiple sizes to choose from. You can customize these patterns to fit your style, size, and colors.

Therefore, I am offering my Diamonds Collection eBook at an introductory price of $30! The original retail price of all the crochet patterns in my eBook is $50, so you can get it for $20 off! Visit my Ravelry Store and Etsy Shop for your copy today!

You can find more of my crochet patterns at these locations listed below.

Ravelry
Lovecraft
Etsy

Find me, Jo of Jo’s Crafty Hook at any one of these places listed below!

Website:      www.joscraftyhook.com

Ravelry
Lovecraft
Etsy

Facebook Group:  www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHook-ers

Facebook Page:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHook

Facebook Page:     www.facebook.com/JosCraftyHookDesigns

Instagram:    www.instagram.com/joscraftyhook

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  • If you would like to make a donation to Jo’s Crafty Hook and help me with the costs of running my website, crocheting new designs I would greatly appreciate it!

From the Designer:

  • Thank you for stopping by my website!  Check out some of my patterns at my Ravelry Store Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs or LoveCraft or Etsy Shop JosCraftyHook or get free crochet patterns at my website joscraftyhook.com!  While you are at my website be sure to subscribe to my Newsletter.  This way you will be notified when I release another pattern or giveaway or blog post!
  •  If you have any questions or concerns about this pattern or any other pattern please find me at Joey Lea Baird on Facebook or email me at jo@joscraftyhook.com
  • You are free to sell or gift the item you make from my website, please do NOT claim any of my designs as your own.   If you share your finished product, please acknowledge me as the designer.  Please forward any one who would like to do this crochet pattern or any of my patterns to the Ravelry Store or to LoveCraft or to my Etsy shop, 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 designs!  You can “Hook It” at my Ravelry Jo’s Crafty Hook Designs OR add a pic using the hashtag of the design at anyone of the places below that allows you to connect with me!  Comments, Feedback, etc. are ALWAYS welcome at my website www.joscraftyhook.com!

Triple Vee Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

I know Spring is nowhere near here in NE Ohio!  But, I have the perfect design to help you get ready for Spring, the Triple Vee Scarf Free Crochet Pattern!

Do you LOVE Spring?  I do!  It is one of my favorite times of year.  With all the trees budding, new flowers blooming, green grass growing, ahhhhh I LOVE Spring!

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With any season in mind the Triple Vee Scarf Crochet Pattern is the perfect accessory to any weather’s wardrobe.  It has a nice airy stitch.  It uses Fingering Weight Yarn and a nice big Double Treble Crochet or the Triple Stitch as I like to call it.

Even though this pattern doesn’t use basic stitches, any beginner can do it.  I have Video Tutorials to help anyone along the way if they are not familiar with the Foundation Double Crochet, Alternate Chain 2 or 3, and the Double Treble Crochet.

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Triple Vee Scarf

Pattern Details

Materials:

I used 436 yards of 100% SW Merino Fingering Weight Yarn in Red Dragonfly
436-475 Fingering Weight Yarn
US G Crochet Hook or 4mm Crochet Hook

**You can find a great selection from @thefrostedstitch on Instagram**

Size:
52” long x 12” wide blocked

Gauge is not important since the width and length can be customized 

Stitches/Abbreviations Used:

ch = chain
fdc = foundation double crochet
dc = double crochet
tr = triple crochet or double treble crochet
VS = vee stitch
alt ch 2 = alternate chain 2
alt ch 3 = alternate chain 3

Special Stitches:

vee stitch = (2 triple crochet, chain 1, 2 triple crochet) all in the same stitch
foundation double crochet = consists of a chain plus a double crochet
alternate chain 2 = takes the place of a double crochet
alternate chain 3 = takes the place of a triple crochet 

Video Tutorials:

foundation double crochet here.
triple crochet or double treble crochet here.
alternate chain 2 here.
alternate chain 3 here.

 

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Pattern

 

R1:  fdc 58 turn
Optional:  ch 60, dc in the 4th ch from hook, dc in remaining 56 st.  turn 58 dc

R2:  alt ch 2 or ch 3 and turn.  dc in remaining 57 st. turn. 58 dc

R3:  alt 3 or ch 4, tr in the next st, *skip 4 st, VS in the next st*. Repeat from * to * until the last 6 st.  skip 4 st and tr in the last 2 st.  turn

R4:  alt ch 3 or ch 4, tr in the next st, *VS in the ch-1 sp of vs*  Repeat from * to * until the last 4 st.  tr in the last 2 st.  turn

R5-R65:  Repeat R4

**If you want a longer scarf, repeat R4 until you reach your desired length.**

R66:  turn, alt ch 2 or ch 3 and dc in each remaining st across.  turn. 44 dc

R67:  alt ch 2 or ch 3 and dc in each remaining st across.  44 dc

**I made my scarf into a cowl.  If you would like to do the same then leave a long tail for sewing.**

To make a Cowl:

Use the mattress stitch or whichever stitch you prefer to sew the cowl evenly together.  

Yes there are an uneven number of stitches at the top and bottom of the scarf.  To sew the scarf ends together you can go into a stitch more than one time.  

Fasten off and weave in the ends.

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If you like this pattern, you can find all of my crochet patterns at these stores below:

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