Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Sophie's Half Wobbly Hat and Scarf - Free Pattern | Tw-In Stitches

Every year, my homeroom advisory draws names for Secret Snowflakes.  A few years ago, I made an infinity scarf for Grace and shared that pattern with you. This year, I drew Sophie's name and since her favorite color is purple (like mine!), I decided to make her a hat and an infinity scarf.  It needed to be something quick, so I bought 3 skeins of Lion Brand Hometown Super Bulky yarn and hoped for the best! The result is a toasty warm and gorgeous combination!


Both the scarf and the pattern use the wobbly DC2TOG method of V stitches.  I made both in just under 3 hours using super bulky yarn and an N (10 mm) hook. I hope you like these two designs!

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Half Wobbly Hat Pattern


Supplies:

1 skein Lion Brand Hometown Super Bulky yarn
N (10 mm) hook
1 tapestry needle

Stitches:

DC
DC2TOG
Slip stitch
*the chain 2 at the beginning of each round does not count as a stitch.

Pattern:

Row 1: Using a magic circle, chain 2. Crochet 12 DC into the magic circle. Close the circle and slip stitch into the top of the first DC.

Row 2: Chain 2, 2 DC in each stitch around. Slip Stitch into the top of the first DC. (24 DCs)

Row 3: Chain 2, *2 DC in the first stitch, 1 DC in the next.* Repeat from * to * around. Slip stitch into the top of the first DC to finish.  (36 DCs)

Row 4 (Wobbly Row): Chain 4 (counts as one half of a DC2TOG). Start a DC2TOG in the same space, skip one stitch and complete the DC2TOG in the next space. *Chain 1, start a DC2TOG in the same space, skip one stitch and complete the DC2TOG in the next chain stitch.* Repeat from * to star around until you finish the last DC2TOG. Chain 1, DC in the same stitch and slip stitch to the third chain to end the row.

Row 5 (Wobbly Row): Slip stitch into the chain 1 space.  Chain 2 and DC into the next chain 1 space.  *Chain 1 and begin a DC2TOG in the same space. Complete the DC2TOG in the next chain 1 space.* Repeat from * to * around. Following final chain 1, slip stitch into the top of the first DC to join.

Row 6-9: Repeat Row 5.

Fasten off and weave in ends.


Sophie's Wobbly Scarf Pattern


Supplies:

2 skeins Lion Brand Hometown Super Bulky yarn
N (10 mm) hook
1 tapestry needle

Stitches:

chain
slip stitch
DC
DC2TOG

Pattern:


Chain 17.

Row 1: DC in the fourth chain from the hook.Chain 1. *Start a DC2TOG in the same stitch. Skip one chain. Complete the DC2TOG in the next stitch.* Repeat from * to * across, ignoring the skip one chain to finish the last DC2tog. Chain 3 and turn.

Row 2: DC in the first chain 1 space. *Chain 1 and start a DC2TOG in the same space.  Complete the DC2TOG in the next chain 1 space. * Repeat from * to * across. Chain 3 and turn.

Rows 3-54: Repeat Row 2.

After completing row 54, fasten off.  Bring the two ends of the scarf together without twisting.  Sew the two ends together using a whipstitch or other.  Weave in ends.

I hope you enjoy making Sophie's hat and scarf as much as I did!

3 comments:

  1. I want to thank you for the pattern, I will make this. I love the color too.

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  2. Thank you so much for all your wobbly patterns. I have them all and think it is the most prettiest pattern I have seen. I have 1 question please. If I want to make a blanket that is row by row what stitches do I need? Even or uneven. Thanks again.

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    1. Thanks so much, Christine!

      The row by row blanket pattern can be found here:
      http://www.twinstitches.com/2015/07/sedona-wobbly-stripes-blanket-free.html

      The pattern was written with bulky yarn, but I added instructions for creating other sizes.

      So glad you are enjoying this!

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