I get to celebtate National Crochet Month with Crochetville today!! What better way to celebrate than with a brand new FREE pattern!!??
It's getting to be that time of year where hats might be a bit much but ear warmers are perfect to keep your ears toasty! This Tunisian Crochet pattern is perfect for spring, late summer or just to look adorable with!! Without further delay, here is the pattern:
5.5 Tunisian Crochet Hook
Pony Tail holder/elastic
tdtks: Twisted Double Tunisian Knit Stitch
Sc: single crochet
Tss: Tunisian simple stitch
tdtks: Yarn over, pull front loop of stitch from previous row to the right, insert hook into the center of the stitch from previous row. Yarn over, pull through. Yarn over, pull through first two loops on your hook. Repeat to the end of the row, return pass.
Row 1: Ch. 12, tss in each ch. Across. Return pass. 12 tss
Row 2: Ch. 1, tdtks across. Return pass. 12 dtks.
Row 3-23: Repeat Row 2.
Row 24: Ch. 1 (counts as first stitch), sc under vertical bar of each stitch across. 12 sc
Row 25: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc in next 8. Sc2tog in last two stitches. 10 sc
Row 26: Ch. 1, turn, sc2tog in first two stitches, sc in next 6. Sc2tog in last two stitches. 8 sc
Row 27: Ch. 1, turn, sc2tog in first two stitches, sc in next 4. Sc2tog in last two stitches. 6 sc
Row 28: Attach your ponytail holder during this row. Ch. 1, sc around the ponytail holder across. 6 sc into pony tail holder. Finish off, weave in end.
Reattach yarn to the first row.
Row 1: ch. 1, sc across. 12 sc.
Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc in next 8. Sc2tog in last two stitches. 10 sc
Row 3: Ch. 1, turn, sc2tog in first two stitches, sc in next 6. Sc2tog in last two stitches. 8 sc
Row 4: Ch. 1, turn, sc2tog in first two stitches, sc in next 4. Sc2tog in last two stitches. 6 sc
Row 5: Attach to your pony tail holder during this row, being careful not to twist your headband. Ch. 1, sc around the ponytail holder across. 6 sc into pony tail holder. Finish off, weave in end.
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Today starts National Crochet Month! How wonderful!!??!! Crochetville does an annual blog tour of designers, yarn companies and crafters and this year, I am honored to say I get to be a part of it!!!
Today's group of featured crafters is a fabulous way to start the month! Here is a link to the page:
I hope you enjoy all of the amazingness, join the community and share in the crochet love!
I love to crochet for my family, my friends and for others. I find my peace from a crazy day or just to relax and get my creative side going when I pick up a hook and yarn. This blog is my favorite pattern links, favorite projects I've completed and just some general crochet fun!