Monday, May 6, 2019

Petal Dress

Petal Dress
By: Annoo Crochet Designs




Video Link: click here

Skill level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate
Gauge: In pattern 15st by 9 rows= 4 inches
Size: Small (bust size 32-34), Medium (bust size 36-38), Large (bust size 40-42), XL (bust size 44-46) , 2X (bust size 48-50) and 3x (bust size 52-54)
You will need:
450g (500g, 550g, 600g, 700g, 750g) or 1868 (2077, 2284, 2492, 2907, 3115) yds Wolltraum My Melody 4 ply (fingering weight/#2)
Color: Let it Snow
Fiber: 50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic
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Ball weight: Varies
Crochet hook 3.25mm/D or size to obtain gauge Scissors
Tapestry Needle
Stitch Marker

Stitches Used:
Ch: chain
Sl st: slip stitch
Dc: double crochet
FPDC: Front Post Double Crochet BPDC: Back Post Double Crochet

Instructions:
*You can also work the bodice first then skip to the straps and front panels, then join your yarn back and continue with the skirt of the dress.
*If you wish for your front panels and shoulder straps be the same color as the bodice of the dress you will want to start by putting some of the beginning of the yarn aside. About 3-4 oz, you can use a scale to weigh the ball that you put aside (kitchen scales work great)
Bodice

With your hook and yarn you will make a slip knot and chain 160 (176, 192, 208, 224, 240 ) you will join to the first ch with a sl st, being careful not to twist your chain.
Round1:ch3,skach,Vst(dc,ch1,dc) innextch,*skach,dcinnextch,skach,Vst(dc,ch1,dc)innext ch* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the top of the ch3. You will have 40 ( 44, 48, 52, 56, 60) dc and 40 ( 44, 48, 52, 56, 60) Vst
Round 2: ch3 (counts as dc) , in the ch sp of the Vst work a Vst (dc, ch1, dc) *FPDC around the dc from previous row, in the ch sp of the Vst work a Vst (dc, ch1, dc)*, repeat from *to* around, until you reach the ch 3, do not join you will now work in the round without joining.
Round 3: FPDC around the ch3 from previous round (place your stitch marker on this st to mark the beginning of the round, remember to move it up as you go) *in the ch sp of the Vst work a Vst (dc, ch1, dc), FPDC around the dc from previous round*, repeat from *to* around to the stitch marker , you will end this round by making a Vst in the ch1 sp.
Round 4: *FPDC around the dc from previous round (remember to replace the stitch marker in the first st) in the ch sp of the Vst work a Vst (dc, ch1, dc)*, repeat from *to* around to the stitch marker.
Rounds 5-26: Repeat Round 4

SkirtRound 27: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc),*, repeat from
*to* around to the stitch marker.Round 28-33: Repeat Round 27
Round 34: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the first dc from Round 33, dc in the second one, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next dc, sk next dc* repeat from *to* around.
Round 35: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the first 2dc from Round 34, dc in the 3rd one, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next dc, sk next 2dc* repeat from *to* around.
Round 36-43: Repeat Round 35

Round 44: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the first dc from Round 43, dc in the next 2 st, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 2 dc, sk next dc* repeat from *to* around.

Round 45: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the 2 dc from previous round, dc in the next 2 st, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 2 dc, sk next 2 dc* repeat from *to* around.
Round 46-51: Repeat Round 45Round 52: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the first dc from Round 51, dc in the next 3 st,
in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 3 dc, sk next dc* repeat from *to* around.




Round 53: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the 2 dc from previous round, dc in the next 3 st, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 3 dc, sk next 2 dc* repeat from *to* around.
Round 54-59: Repeat Round 53
Round 60: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the first dc from Round 59, dc in the next 4st, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 4 dc, sk next dc* repeat from *to* around

Round 61: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the 2 dc from previous round, dc in the next 4 st, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 4 dc, sk next 2 dc* repeat from *to* around.
Round 62-67: Repeat Round 60Round 68: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the first dc from Round 67, dc in the next 5 st,
in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 5 dc, sk next dc* repeat from *to* around
Round 69: *FPDC around the dc from previous round, sk the 2 dc from previous round, dc in the next 5 st, in the ch sp work (2dc, ch1, 2dc) , dc in next 5 dc, sk next 2 dc* repeat from *to* around.
Round 70-75: Repeat Round 69
If you want your dress to be longer you can continue to increase every 8 rows until you reach your desired length. If you don’t want to increase anymore but want to add more length just repeat the last row until desired length. Remember that when making your dress longer you will need more yarn.
Also when testing length, try on your dress, at this point the top of the dress will sit just about center of your breast.
Front V Panels and Straps:

You will want to join your yarn the first Vst from Round 1, your Vst will be going in the opposite direction now but no one will notice. You will be working in the bottom of Round ones sts. Join your yarn with a slip stitch and begin below,
Left Panel & Shoulder Strap (All Sizes)
Row 1: ch4 (counts as dc, ch1) dc in the same sp to make your first Vst * FPDC in the next dc, at the base of the next Vst make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc)* Repeat from *to* until you have 10 (11, 12, 13, 14, 15) Vst and 10 (11, 12, 13, 14, 15) FPDC, turn your work.
Row 2: ch3 (counts as first BPDC), in next ch sp make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc), *BPDC around the dc from previous row, Vst (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch sp* repeat from *to* across, turn your work.
Row 3: sl st into the center of the Vst, ch4 (counts as dc, ch1) dc in the same sp to make your first Vst FPDC in the next dc, *in ch sp make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc), FPDC in next dc* Repeat from *to* until you have 1 Vst left, you will sk the Vst and make a FPDC around the last st, turn your work.
Row 4: sk the 2 dc from previous row and make a Vst in the ch sp of the Vst, *BPDC in dc, Vst (dc, ch1, dc) next ch1 sp* repeat from *to* across, turn your work. You will have 9 (10, 11, 12, 13, 14) Vst
Row 5: sl st into the center of the Vst, ch4 (counts as dc, ch1) dc in the same sp to make your first Vst FPDC in the next dc, *in ch sp make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc), FPDC in next dc* Repeat from *to* until you have 1 Vst left, you will dc in the ch sp of the Vst, turn your work.
Rows 6-11: Repeat Rows 4-5, you will have 5 (6, 7, 8, 9, 10) Vst
For Size SmallRows 12-16: Repeat Rows 4-5, you will have 3 Vst
Rows 17: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a dc in the space after the last Vst, turn your work.
Row 18: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a Vst in the last ch1 sp, turn your work.
Row 19: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a FPDC around the ch3, turn your work.
Rows 20-32: Repeat Rows 18-19, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
Size Medium:Rows 12-18: Repeat Rows 4-5, you will have 3 Vst
Rows 19: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a dc in the space after the last Vst, turn your work.
Row 20: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a Vst in the last ch1 sp, turn your work.
Row 21: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a FPDC around the ch3, turn your work.
Rows 22-34: Repeat Rows 18-19, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
For Large:Rows 12-17: Repeat Rows 4-5, you will have 4 Vst
Row 18: dc in next ch1 sp,* BPDC in next dc, Vst in next ch1 sp, * repeat from*to* across, turn your work
Rows 19: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a dc in the space after the last Vst, turn your work.
Row 20: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a Vst in the last ch1 sp, turn your work.
Row 21: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a FPDC around the ch3, turn your work.
Rows 22-36: Repeat Rows 18-19, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
For X Large:Rows 12-19: Repeat Rows 4-5, you will have 4 Vst
Row 20: dc in next ch1 sp,* BPDC in next dc, Vst in next ch1 sp, * repeat from*to* across, turn your work
Rows 21: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a dc in the space after the last Vst, turn your work.
Row 22: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a Vst in the last ch1 sp, turn your work.
Row 23: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a FPDC around the ch3, turn your work.
Rows 24-38: Repeat Rows 18-19, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
For 2X & 3x:Rows 12-21: Repeat Rows 4-5, you will have 4 (5) Vst
Row 22: dc in next ch1 sp,* BPDC in next dc, Vst in next ch1 sp, * repeat from*to* across, turn your work. You will have 3 (4) Vst
Rows 23: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a dc in the space after the last Vst, turn your work.
Row 24: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a Vst in the last ch1 sp, turn your work.
Row 25: sl st into the ch1 of the Vst, ch4(counts as dc, ch1), dc in the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, make a FPDC around the ch3, turn your work.
Rows 26-40 (26-42): Repeat Rows 18-19, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back
Right Front Panel and Shoulder Strap

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You will find the first Vst after the last FPDC you made on the Left Panel, join your yarn with a sl st at the base of that Vst, Continue below.
Right Panel and Shoulder Strap (all sizes)
Row 1: ch4 (counts as dc, ch1) dc in the same sp to make your first Vst * FPDC in the next dc, at the base of the next Vst make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc)* Repeat from *to* until you have 10 (11, 12, 13, 14, 15) Vst and 10 (11, 12, 13, 14, 15) FPDC, turn your work.
Row 2: ch3 (counts as first BPDC), in next ch sp make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc), *BPDC around the dc from previous row, Vst (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch sp* repeat from *to* across, turn your work.
Row 3:​ sk the first Vst, FPDC around next dc, *in ch sp make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc), FPDC in next dc* Repeat from *to* across, your last st will be a FPDC around the ch3, turn your work.
Row 4: ch3 (counts as first BPDC), in next ch sp make a Vst (dc, ch1, dc), *BPDC around the dc from previous row, Vst (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch sp* repeat from *to* across, turn your work. You will have 9 (10, 11, 12, 13, 14) Vst
Rows 5-11: Repeat Rows 4-5, you will have 5 (6, 7, 8, 9, 10) Vst
For Size Small OnlyRows 12-15: Repeat Rows 3-4, you will have 3 Vst
Row 16: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a Vst in the last ch1 sp, make a dc in the space after the Vst, turn your work.
Rows 17: ch3 (counts as FPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a FPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Row 18: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a BPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Rows 19-32: Repeat Rows 18-19, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
Size Medium:Rows 12-17: Repeat Rows 3-5, you will have 3 Vst
Row 18: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a Vst in the last ch1 sp, make a dc in the space after the Vst, turn your work.
Rows 19: ch3 (counts as FPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, FPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a FPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Row 20: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a BPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Rows 21-34: Repeat Rows 19-20, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
For Large:Rows 12-17: Repeat Rows 3-4, you will have 4 Vst
Row 18: ch3 (counts as BPDC), Vst in next ch1 sp,* BPDC in next dc,​ ​Vst in next ch1 sp* repeat form *to* across leaving the last Vst, make a dc in the space after the last Vstturn your work. You will have 3 Vst
Rows 19: ch3(counts as FPDC), Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Row 20: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a BPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Rows 21-36: Repeat Rows 19-20, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
For X Large:Rows 12-19: Repeat Rows 3-4, you will have 4 Vst
Row 20: ch3 (counts as BPDC), Vst in next ch1 sp,* BPDC in next dc,​ ​Vst in next ch1 sp* repeat form *to* across leaving the last Vst, make a dc in the space after the last Vstturn your work. You will have 3 Vst
Rows 21: ch3(counts as FPDC), Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Row 22: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a BPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Rows 23-38: Repeat Rows 21-22, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
For 2X & 3x:Rows 12-21: Repeat Rows 3-4, you will have 4 (5) Vst
Row 22: ch3 (counts as BPDC), Vst in next ch1 sp,* BPDC in next dc,​ ​Vst in next ch1 sp* repeat form *to* across leaving the last Vst, make a dc in the space after the last Vstturn your work. You will have 3 Vst
Rows 23: ch3(counts as FPDC), Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC in dc, Vst in ch1 sp, FPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Row 24: ch3 (counts as BPDC), *Vst into the ch1 sp, BPDC in dc* repeat from *to* across, ending with a BPDC around the ch3 from previous row, turn your work.
Rows 25-40 (25-42): Repeat Rows 23-24, fasten off leaving a long enough tail to either sew or slip stitch your strap to the back.
Assemble the Straps
You will now turn your work wrong side out. Time to Attach the Straps
Count 5 (5, 6, 6, 7, 7) Vst from the side of the front panel to the back, place a st marker in the 5th (5th, 6th, 6th, 7th, 7th ) Vst, you will now sew or slip stitch from the dc after the stitch marker, join matching stitch for stitch from the strap and the back of the dress, once you have attached the first strap repeat these steps for the second strap.
Hide all loose tails and you are done!

Easy Crochet King Size Blanket

Easy Crochet King Size Blanket
By: Annoo Crochet Designs


Video Link: click here


Skill level: Advanced BeginnerGauge: 15 Rounds in Granny Pattern =14 inches
Size: Approximately Twin 70x84 inches Full 84x98 inches
Queen 98x98 inches King 98x112 inches
You will need:
51 (71, 83, 95) oz of Assorted colors in Scheepjes Stone washed Yarns or any DK #3 weight yarn Color: Your choice
Fiber: 78% Cotton, 22% Acrylic
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5( 5.5, 6.5, 7) oz Berroco Comfort Dk Color: Cream
Crochet hook 4mm/G Scissors
Tapestry needle

Note: This blanket can be made from any weight yarn, but you would need to adjust the amount of yarn, the hook size and rounds per granny for the different weights. You will want to stay with one weight for the blanket size you choose, so if you decide to make yours in worsted work all your grannies in that, also you may need to go up a hook size and make less rounds, fingering weight yarn you would want to drop a hook size and make more rounds.
Stitches Used:
Ch: chain
Sl st: slip stitch
Dc: double crochet Sc: single crochet

Instructions:
It isn’t mentioned below where to change your colors so you do it however you like or about every 2 rows like I did mine.
With your hook and yarn, make a magic circle,
Round 1: ch3, 2dc, ch1, 3dc, ch1, 3dc, ch1, 3dc, ch1, sl st with with ch3, pull the tail of the magic circle to close the hole.
Round 2: ch3 (counts as dc), 2dc in the first ch1 sp, [3dc, ch1, 3dc] in next 3 ch1 sp, finish the first corner, 3dc, ch1 in the last ch sp, sl st with the ch3 from the beginning of the round.
Round 3: ch3 (counts as dc), 2dc in the first ch1 sp, *in the next sp between the 3 groups of dc make 3dc, [3dc, ch1, 3dc] in next ch1 sp* repeat from *to* until you reach the unfinished the first corner, 3dc, ch1 in the last ch sp, sl st with the ch3 from the beginning of the round.
Round 4-15: Repeat round 3, You will be increasing a 3dc clusters in between the corner clusters by 1 for every row. So round 3 has 1 3dc cluster, round 4 will have 2, round 5 will have 3 and so on.
Fasten off and hide all loose tails
Make 30 Grannies for Twin
Make 42 Grannies for Full size Make 49 Grannies for Queen size Make 56 grannies for the King size

Time to Assemble
With your Berroco Comfort dk and your hook you will sl st together your Grannies placing them right side together and matching st for st as you join them together. Below is how many blocks across and how many blocks down you will need to assemble for your size blanket.
For the Twin you will Assemble them so you have 5 blocks across and 6 block down
For the Full you will Assemble them so you have 6 blocks across and 7 blocks down
For the Queen you will Assemble them so you have 7 blocks across and 7 blocks down
For the King you will Assemble them so you have 7 blocks across and 7 Blocks down
Once you have Assembled all your Grannies for your size, hide all loose tails and move on to the border.

Border:
Join your Berroco Comfort dk yarn to any st, you will sc in each st, when you reach a corner you will make 3 sc, sc along the next side till you reach a ch sp, 3sc in it, repeat doing that until you reach the first sc you made.
Rounds 2-3: ch1, sc in each st around, sl st with the first st.Round 4: Picot Border, ch1, sc in next st, *ch3, sl st at the base of the ch3, sc in next 3 st* repeat from
*to* around, sl st with the first sc. Fasten off and hide all loose tails. You are done my friends, enjoy your colorful Granny Blanket!

Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 










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Monday, April 8, 2019

The Easiest Crochet Beach Cover Up

The Easiest Crochet Beach Cover Up
By: Annoo Crochet Designs


Video Link: click here
Skill level: Advanced BeginnerGauge: With 3.5mm hook working in pattern, 19st by 10 rows= 4 inches
Size: Small (Medium, Large, XL, 2X, 3x) Each Panel should measure Approximately:
Length: 71 inches long (folded in half 35.5) Width: 12 (12 1⁄2 , 13 3⁄4 , 14 3⁄4 , 16, 16 1⁄2 ) inches
You will need:
*MC (Main Color)
2 (2, 2, 3, 3, 3) skeins Cascade Yarns Forest Hills (Super Fine #1 weight yarn)
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Color: Cream
Fiber: 51% Silk, 49% Merino Wool Ball weight: 785yds/100g/3.5oz

*CC (Contrasting Color)
2 (2, 2, 3, 3, 3) skeins Rico Design, Creative Reflection Print (Sports/dk #3 weight yarn)

Color: Forest (05)
Fiber: 46% Acrylic, 46% Wool, 8% polyester Ball weight: 262yds/50g/1.76 oz

Crochet hook 3.5mm/E Stitch marker
Scissors
Tapestry needle

Beads (optional for tie string)
*For yarn Substitutions go to https://yarnsub.com/
Stitches Used:
Ch: chain
Dc: double crochet Sl st: slip stitch
BLO: Back Loop Only

Instructions:
Make 2 panels
With your MC yarn and Hook make a slip knot and chain 340
Row 1: in the 5th ch from your hook dc, *ch1, sk a ch, dc in next ch* repeat from *to* across your ch, making sure you end with a dc in the last ch. Turn your work.
Row 2: ch3, dc in the first ch1 sp, *dc in next dc from previous row, dc in ch1 sp* repeat from *to* across your work to the last st, dc in it and turn your work. 338 st
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You will now Switch to your CC yarn, you will cut your MC yarn leaving about 6-8 inch tail.
Row 3: ch3 (counts as first dc), dc in the BLO across your work. Turn your work, 338st
You will now join your MC yarn, you will cut your CC yarn leaving about 6-8 inch tail.
Row 4: ch5(counts as first dc, ch1), sk first dc, dc in BLO next st *ch1, sk dc, dc in BLO next st* repeat from *to* across your work. Turn your work
Row 5: Repeat Row 2
You will now Switch to your CC yarn, you will cut your MC yarn leaving about 6-8 inch tail.
Row 6: Repeat Row 3
Rows 7-29 (32, 35, 35, 41): Repeat Rows 4-6 you will end with a Row 5, Fasten off and make another panel.
Assembling the Two Panels together:

You will lay your panels so the Row 1 is at the outside seam.
Grab a stitch marker and on Row 29 (32, 35, 35, 41) from panel 1 count 129 st up from the bottom, place your stitch marker in that st. You will now grab your CC yarn and join in the same st as the st marker.
Row 1: ch3(counts as first dc), dc in BLO until you reach the end of the row, you will not fasten off your work you will now join the second panel with the first panel, matching st to st, sl st along till you reach the first dc from this row, fasten off.
You will repeat this Assembly for the other side to join the 2 panels together.


Fold your work nin half so the Wrong side Facing you.

You are now going to Assemble the side seams and make your armhole opening.

From the Bottom of your work you will count 121 st, place a marker. Join your MC yarn at the bottom and matching st for st you will sl st both sides together until you reach the marker. Fasten off and Repeat for the other side.
If you wish not to add fringe to your coverup you can hide all your loose tails now, including those along the bottom. If you are adding fringe, then leave those be and hide any other loose tails.

Turn your work right side facing you.

Lace Up Tie:

With your crochet hook and 2 strands of MC yarn, make a slip knot and make a ch about 40-50 inches long. Fasten off and now you will lace up your V neck opening.
Thread through the ch1 spaces, thread through the first ch1 space closest to the bottom of the v opening, making sure to go through the opposite side as well, you will then continue to criss cross your tie string every 3rd ch1 sp 3 times. You can now add some beads to your string if you would like or just knot it.
Fringe:
You will want to cut your yarn 12 inches in length. You will use 2 strands per row, so cut how ever many your size may need. I chose to do MC on MC rows and CC on CC rows, but you do you!
Take 2 strands fold it in half, with your hook pass it through the dc from the row, hook your yarn loop and pull through, YO and pull through the loop, pulling the ends to secure the fringe. Repeat along your bottom. You can trim if necessary, You are Done my Friends, I hope you enjoy your Cover up!


Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 










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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Spring Boho Crochet Sweate

Spring Boho Crochet Sweater

By: Annoo Crochet DesignsVideo Link: Part 1: click here
Part 2: click here

Skill level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate
Gauge: I crochet loose you may need to up your hook sizes. 11st by 6 rows of Dc = 4 inches using 6mm/J hook
Size: This sweater is made with a positive ease of 4 inches on either side. FInd your bust size below and make that size.
Small (bust size 32-34), Medium (bust size 36-38), Large (bust size 40-42), XL (bust size 44-46) , 2X (bust size 48-50) and 3x (bust size 52-54)
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You will need:
MC (main color)
6, (6, 8, 8, 10, 11) skeins Berroco Comfort DK (dk weight #3 yarn)

Color: 2703 Barley
Fiber: 
50% Super Fine Nylon, 50% Super Fine AcrylicBall weight: 178 yards/50g/1.76oz
CC (contrasting color for the sleeves)
1 skein of each color Berroco Comfort DK (dk weight #3 yarn)

2751 True Red (red)
2131 Kidz Orange (orange) 2719 Sunshine (bright yellow) 2740 Seedling (medium green) 2723 Rosebud (pink)
2733 Turquoise (turquoise) 2722 Purple (purple)
2736 Primary Blue (blue)
2760 Beet Root (burgundy) 2761 Lovage (darker green)

Crochet Hook 6mm/J and 5.5mm/I For size Small Crochet hook 5mm Scissors
Tapestry needle

Stitch marker
Stitches Used:
Sl st: slip stitch
Sc: single crochet
Hdc: half double crochet
Dc: double crochet
Dc2tog: Double crochet 2 together (decrease) Popcorn St
Ch: chain
Sl st: slip stitch



Instructions:
You will be working on the front panel first.
With your 6mm/J hook and MC yarn, make a slip knot and chain 58 (62,68, 72, 78, 84)
Row 1: dc in the 3rd ch from your hook, dc in each ch across, turn your work. 56 (60, 66, 70, 76, 82) dc in total.
Rows 2-26 (-27, -27, -29, -31, -31): ch3, dc in each st across, turn your work. 56 (60, 66, 70, 76, 82) dc in total

Neck and shoulders:
Row 27 (28, 28, 30, 32, 32): 
ch3 (counts as dc), dc in next 15 (16, 18, 19, 21, 23) st, dc2tog, turn your
work 17 (18, 20, 21, 23, 25)dc
Row 28 (29, 29, 31, 33, 33): ch3(counts as dc), dc in each st across, turn your work. 16(17,19, 20, 22, 24)dc
Row 29 (30, 30, 32, 34, 34): ch3 (counts as dc),dc in next 13(14,16, 17, 19, 21) st, dc2tog, turn your work 15(16, 18, 19, 21, 23)dc
Row 30 (31, 31, 33, 35, 35): ch3(counts as dc), dc in each st across, turn your work, 15(16, 18, 19, 21, 23)dc
Row 31 (32, 32, 34, 36, 36): ch3(counts as dc), dc in next 12 (13,15, 16, 18, 20)st, dc2tog, turn your work 14 (15, 17, 18, 20, 22) dc. Fasten off
For the second Shoulder:
From the left side of your work count 18(19, 21, 22, 24, 26)st in join your yarn in that st,
Row 27 (28, 28, 30, 32, 32): ch3 (counts as dc), dc2tog, dc in next 15 (16, 18, 19, 21, 23) st, turn your work 17 (18, 20, 21, 23, 25)dc
Row 28 (29, 29, 31, 33, 33): ch3(counts as dc), dc in each st across, turn your work. 16(17,19, 20, 22, 24)dc
Row 29 (30, 30, 32, 34, 34): ch3 (counts as dc),dc2tog, dc in next 13(14,16, 17, 19, 21) st, turn your work 15(16, 18, 19, 21, 23)dc
Row 30 (31, 31, 33, 35, 35): ch3(counts as dc), dc in each st across, turn your work, 15(16, 18, 19, 21, 23)dc
Row 31 (32, 32, 34, 36, 36): ch3(counts as dc), dc2tog, dc in next 12 (13,15, 16, 18, 20)st, turn your work 14 (15, 17, 18, 20, 22) dc. Fasten off


Back:
With your 6mm/J hook and MC yarn, make a slip knot and chain 58 (62,68, 72, 78, 84)
Row 1: dc in the 3rd ch from your hook, dc in each ch across, turn your work. 56 (60, 66, 70, 76, 82) dc in total.
Rows 2-31 (-32, -32, -34, -36, -36): ch3, dc in each st across, turn your work. 56 (60, 66, 70, 76, 82) dc in total
Do Not Fasten off!
Assemble shoulder seam:

With your work wrong sides together you will sl st the 14 (15, 17, 18, 20, 22)st of the front shoulder with first 14 (15, 17, 18, 20, 22) st from the back, matching st for st, fasten off and repeat for the other side.


Sleeves:
Make 2
With your work right side facing you now, count 12( 12, 12, 12, 13, 13) rows down from the right of your shoulder seam, For size small join with a 5.5mm/I hook for all other sizes use 6mm/J hook and your MC yarn join in the 12th (12th, 12th, 12th, 13th, 13th) row. You can now count 12 (12, 12, 12, 13, 13) rows down from the left of your shoulder seam and place a stitch marker.
Round 1: ch3 (counts as 1st dc), you will pick up 43 (43, 43, 43, 45, 45) st evenly, sl st with the top of the ch3 you made at the beginning, you will have 44 (44, 44,44, 46, 46) st in total.
Round 2-7(-8, -8, -8, -8, -8): ch3 (counts as dc), dc in each st around, sl st with the top of the ch3 (Do not Fasten off, continue to the Boho Style sleeve sections)
If you wish not to work the BOHO style sleeve you can continue to work Rounds 2-8 until you reach your desired length. If you choose to and would like the shell border to complete your straight sleeves, do not fasten off, but continue to work the last 2 rows of the BOHO sleeve below. You will want to repeat the same amount of rows for the second sleeve. Continue to the Edging.


For the Boho Style Sleeves:
Here is where you will add your pop of color and bell shape to your sleeves.
Join with your red yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 1: ch3(counts as dc) dc in each st around, sl st with the first dc.
For Small size witch to 5mm hook for all other sizes switch to 5.5mm/I Hook

Round 2: sc around increasing 6(6, 6, 6, 4, 4) st evenly around, sl st with the first sc you made. 50stJoin with your Orange yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 11: ch3, *sk 1 st, 3dc in next st, sk 1 st, dc in next 3 st* repeat from *to* around 8 times, there will be 2 st left, dc in each of them, st with the first ch3.
Round 12: sc in each st around, sl st with the first sc.Join with the Bright Yellow yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 13: ch1, sc in the same st you joined, sc in each st around, sl st with the first sc. 50stRound 14: ch1, sc in the same st, sc in next 5 st (this st should be right before the middle dc from Round
11 see Pic)

You will now make a dc at the base of the dc from Round 11, being sure to give some slack to the st, make sc in next 6 st *repeat from *to* around, sc in the last 3 st. ( 58st)

Round 15: ch3(counts as dc) in the same st as the ch make 4 more dc, sk 2 st, sc next st, sk 2st, *5dc next st, sk 2st, sc next st, sk 2st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the top of the ch3. (60st)
Join with your Medium Green yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 16: ch3 (counts as dc), hdc in next st, sc in next 2 st, *hdc next st, dc next st, hdc next st, sc in next 3 st* repeat from *to* around, hdc in last st, sl st with the top of the ch3.
Round 17: ch3, dc in each st around.Join with your Pink Yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 18: ch3 (counts as dc), dc in next 2 dc, sk st, 3dc in next st, *sk st, dc in next 3 st, sk st, 3 dc in next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the top of the ch3.
Round 19: ch2, hdc in each st around. (60st)With your Turquoise yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 20: ch3 (counts as dc), dc in next 5 st, * in the next st make a popcorn st (5dc in same st, drop your loop, pass your hook in the first of the 5dc, pass it back through the dropped st, sl the st through the first st, ch1) , dc in next 6st* repeat from *to* around, dc in the last 4 st.
Round 21: ch2, hdc in each st around. (60st)Join with your Purple yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 22: ch3, 2 dc in the same st as the ch3, ch1, sk 3 st, *3dc in next st, ch1, sk 3 st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the top of the ch3.
Round 23: ch1, sc in each st around (60st)Join with your Blue Yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 24: ch1, sc in next 4 st, *Go back to round 20 and the middle stitch between the clusters of Round 22 make 3 dc,

sc in next 4 st (make sure to not skip any stitches from Round 23),* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the first sc. (105st)
Round 25: ch1, sc in same st, hdc in next 3 st, *sc in next 3 st (this will be the 3dc from previous round), hdc in next 4 st* repeat from *to* around, sc in the last 3 st, sl st with the first sc. (105st)
Join your Burgundy yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 26: ch1, *sk 3st, in the 4th make 6dc, sk 3st, sc in the 4th* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch1. (91st)
Round 27: ch5 (counts as dc, ch2), *sc in the 3rd dc of the fan from the previous round, ch2, 3dc in the sc from previous round, ch2* repeat from *to* around till you get to the last sc, make 2 dc in it, sl st in the 3rd ch of the ch5.
Join your Darker Green yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 28: ch1,*2sc in the ch2, sc in the sc from previous round, 2 sc in ch2, sc in next 3 dc* repeat from *to* across, sl st with the ch1. (104st)
Round 29: ch3 (counts as dc), dc in next 2 st,* ch1, sk st, dc in next 3st* repeat from *to* around , ending with a ch1, sl st with the top of the ch3.
Join with your Red yarn and fasten off previous color,

Round 30: ch1, in the same st make sc, sc in next 2 st, sc in ch1 *sc in next 3 st, sc in ch1 sp* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the first sc.
Round 31: ch2 (counts as hdc), hdc in next 4 st, *Go to the skipped st at Round 28 and make a dc in it,
Hdc in the next 4 st (make sure not to skip any stitches from the previous round)* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the top of the ch2. 130 st
Join your MC yarn and fasten off previous color,
Round 32: 
ch1, sc in each st around, sl st with the first sc.
Round 33: ch1, *sk 3 st, 6dc in the 4th st, sk 3 st, sc in the 4th* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the first ch, Fasten off.
The length of this sleeve fits an average arm, if your arm is shorter or longer you may have to adjust according to your desired length.
Repeat all the steps for the second sleeve.
Side Seam Assembly
Turn your work wrong side facing you and line up the side seams, with your MC and either a tapestry needle or your hook, seam up the sides matching row for row. Turn your work right side facing you when you have seamed both sides.

Edging:
Collar/Neck:
With your 6mm/I hook and MC yarn, join at the shoulder seams so you will begin your sc down the front of your neck,
Round 1: ch1, Pick up 3 st for each row, sc in each st across the neck edge, pick up 3 st for each row, work sc in each of the back collar st, sl st with the first sc.
Round 2: ch1, *sk 2st, 6dc in next st, sk 2st, sc in next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch1. Fasten off.
Bottom Edging:
With your 6mm/I hook and MC yarn, join at any side seam,Round 1: ch1, sc in each st around, sl st with the first sc.
Round 2: ch1, *sk 2st, 6dc in next st, sk 2st, sc in next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch1. Fasten off.
Hide all loose tails and you are done!

Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 










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