Hide tails at the back of the star and trim off excess yarn. Using the long tail end from the cap, sew the cap on top of the bauble. Lightly fill with stuffing halfway through then continue to sew close. Weave in and hide yarn tail. Make as many as you like in your favourite colours! This will be my last post this year and I will be back blogging and posting in with loads of new patterns.
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January Vol. December 12, Author: Deborah Bagley. I mean, really, how hard can it be? Rule 1 : The variegated yarn needs to have a color sequence that repeats.
What matters is that the colors repeat in the same order over and over and that each color in the sequence is the same length in every repeat red, white, blue, green, red, white, blue, green, etc. A color may also be in the sequence more than once red, white, red, blue, green. You should be able to make at least one single crochet and chain one per color, though three or more single crochet and chain ones is a little easier to see.
I personally prefer yarns where each color is at least 7—10 inches long. I had a lot of trouble with yarn that had all short colors— two stitches each. And by trouble, I mean some colors only got one stitch because I just could not get a second one. Only my bullheadedness kept me crocheting with that yarn!
Longer color sequences will make wider scarves. Shorter sequences make narrower scarves. For the most part, you can use any size hook you want. You will be crocheting through the entire color sequence in the first row then pulling out the last single crochet and chain one. If you use a large hook, you will make fewer but larger stitches. If you use a smaller hook, you will make more but smaller stitches.
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You may get stitches that are half of one color and half the next. Or adjust the hook size so all the stitches are just one color. Caveat : Hook size will matter if you are trying to follow a pattern for a specific colorway. Rule 3 : To start, single crochet and chain one the moss stitch through the entire color sequence. This is Row 1. For Row 2, pull out the last single crochet and chain one of Row 1 and turn.
Chain 2, single crochet in the chain one of the row below, chain one, skip one, continue the moss stitch to the end. Theoretically, you should be able to tell if you are doing the argyle correctly on Row 3. After making several projects, I could actually tell by Row 3 if I was getting the argyle pattern, but when I first started doing the argyle pattern, it took a few more rows for me to recognize what was happening.