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    Teal and Tassels – A Free Crochet Pattern

     

     

    Is anyone out in the crochet world getting presents ready for Christmas? I have this brand new pattern made using bulky yarn and it’s a messy bun hat. I love teal and tassels, hence the name.  It’s a fun hat that works up super quick, you could make so many for Christmas in so many colors!  Let me know what you make out of this, as I would love to see the color combinations. Share it with The Country Willow!

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    Free Crochet Pattern Climbing Up Hat

    Free Crochet Pattern Climbing Up Hat

    I love making new hats to share with everyone.

    It also helps here with the one girl we have. This Climb Up Hat is a free crochet pattern.  This hat has a lot of texture and works up very quickly.  I used FPdc and shells to design this hat and it worked out extremely well.

     

    This hat will fit size 20-22 inch head.  and uses bulky yarn.

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    Free Pattern-Kaleidoscope Kallie Owl Pillow

     

     

     

    Kaleidoscope Kallie Owl Pillow came about because of the love I have for Owls. I wanted to share my love with all my loyal fans. Please be sure to post me some finished pictures of your creations.  I would love to see the different ways she is done on my facebook page www.facebook.com/thecountrywillows.

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    Kaleidoscope Kallie

    Kaleidoscope Kallie Owl Pillow came about because of the love I have for Owls. I wanted to share my love with all my loyal fans. Please be sure to post me some finished pictures of your creations.  I would love to see the different ways she is done on my facebook page www.facebook.com/thecountrywillows. or join my group Free Crochet Patterns with the Country Willow

     

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    Materials:

    #4 Worsted Weight Varigated   (Approx. 400 yards)           Stitch Marker

    Tapestry Needle                                                                 J andH Hook

    2 Buttons (I used 2 inch)                                                   Fiberfill

     


    Stitches:

    Ch-chain                                          St(s)- stitch(es)

    Dc- double crochet                           BLO- back loop only

    Lp(s)-loop(s)                                     Sc-single crochet

    Sl st- slip stitch                                Scale St(see special sts)

    Sc dec- single crochet decrease       Sk- skip

    Special Stitches:

    Scale Stitch: 5 dc down the post of the previous row, ch 1, 5 dc up the next dc of the previous row.

    Gauge is not important in this pattern.

    Ch 3 at beginning of rnd counts as dc throughout

    Ch 84 join in ring with sl st to the first ch, being careful not to twist ch.

    Rnd 1:

    Ch 3, dc in the first st and in each st around. Join with sl st to top of ch 3. (84 dc)

    Rnd 2:

    Ch 1, work 5 dc down post of previous rnd.  Ch 1, work 5 dc up post of 2nd dc of previous round (scale made).  Sk the next 5 dc, * work 5 dc down post of previous rnd.  Ch 1, work 5 dc up post of 2nd dc of previous round * repeat from * to * sl st in top of ch 1 (12 scales)

    Rnd 3:

    Sl st to the 3rd dc of the missed 5 dc in the previous group.  Ch 3, dc in same space as sl st, *dc in next 2 dc, dc between 2 dc of scale st, dc in the next 2 dc, * rep from * to * join with sl st top of ch 3. (84 dc)

    Rnd 4:

    Ch 1, do beginning scale st, sk 5 dc, *scale st,  sk 5 dc* rep from * to * , sl st to join to top of ch 1.

    Repeat rows 3 and 4, 12 more times.

    Rnd 16:

    Ch 3, dc in the first st and each st around, sl st to top of ch 1. Finish off

     

    Head (working in a continuous rnd) you can change colors here.

    Use smaller hook for head.

    Rnd 1: Sl st into any dc to join, ch 1, sc in the next st and each st around placing st marker in the last sc of the previous rnd here and throughout.

    Rnd 2: Sc in the next st and each st around placing st marker in the last sc of the previous rnd.

    Repeat row 2** 18 more times

    Rnd 19:

    Ch 1 turn, sc dec, sc next 37 sts, sc dec leave remaining sts unworked. (35 sts)

    Rnd 20:

    Ch 1, turn, sc in the first st and in each st across. (35 sts)

    Rnd 21:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, rep one more time, sc in the next 27 sts, sc dec, sc dec one more time in the remaining 4 sts..  (31 sts)

    Rnd 22:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next  27 sts, sc dec.  in the remaining 2 sts. (29 sts)

    Rnd 23:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec , sc in the next 25 sts, sc dec  in the remaining 2 sts. (27 sts)

    Rnd 24:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 23 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (25 sts)

    Rnd 25:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 21 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (23 sts)

    Rnd 26:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 19 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (21 sts)

    Rnd 27:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 17 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (19 sts)

    Rnd 28:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 15 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (17 sts)

    Rnd 29:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 13 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (15 sts)

    Rnd 30:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 11 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (13 sts)

    Rnd 31:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 9 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (11 sts)

    Rnd 32:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 7sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (9 sts)

    Rnd 33:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 5 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (7 sts)

    Rnd 34:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 3 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (5 sts)

    Rnd 35:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec, sc in the next 1 sts, sc dec in the remaining 2 sts. (3sts)

    Rnd 36:

    Ch 1, turn, sc dec.   Finish off and weave in end. (1 sts)

    Fold over to close the opening.  Stitch along the top sides to close owl head.

    Sew on 2 buttons.  I used 2 inch buttons here. Then fill with stuffing from the bottom opening and stitch to close through BLO.

    Ears:
    Using 6 strands of yarn cut about 12 inches long.  Then cut them again in half. Attach tufts to the very corner of the owls head using the lark knot method.

    If you have any questions, please email me at sherianne64@gmail.com  Please do not reproduce, sell or share any part or in whole of this pattern.  Please link back to the creator, The Country Willow. All content is copyright to original creators. You may print out copies of pages for personal use. You may sell items made using pattern by creator. ©Sheri Weber – All Rights Reserved.

     

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