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Interweave Int In nte te errrw erw wea eav e aavve Crochet Croc ro occh o het e volume et vollume vo um XIII XIII number XI nu umberr 3

Fall F Fa a ll ll 2 2019 01 0 19

PROJECTS

FEATURES F FE E

Fall Spice

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Bonnie Barker

Wheatfield Cabled Capelet Bonnie Barker Instructions page 28

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Journey Home Cardigan Michelle Moore Instructions page 30

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Cables & Twists

Autumn Equinox Sweater

Enhance Your Craft Experience: Indulging Your Senses in Autumn Kathryn Vercillo

NTmaglia Instructions page 32

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Cloves Cardigan Jane Howorth Instructions page 34

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Pie Bake Cardigan Natasha Robarge Instructions page 36

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Harvester Cowl Kylie Lamb Instructions page 41

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Coriander Puff Hat Natasha Robarge Instructions page 42

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Deciduous Tunic Alla Koval Instructions page 43

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Grille Pullover Amy Gunderson Instructions page 46

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Turmeric Twist Scarf Annette Hynes Instructions page 48

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Ridgefield Hat Moon Eldridge Instructions page 50

Weekends at Home 54

Zooey Pillow Gwen Buttke McGannon Instructions page 64

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Zane Pillow Maria O’Keefe Instructions page 65

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Forest Path Wall Art Jo Janes Instructions page 66

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Bungalow Throw Arica Presinal Instructions page 68

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Pomander Pillow Quayln Stark Instructions page 69

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Diamond Head Hanging Hayley DeBerard Instructions page 72

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November Fields Rug NTmaglia Instructions page 73

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Deneb Throw Jennifer Olivarez Instructions page 74

DEPARTMENTS DE 022 0 04 0 06 78 800

Strands Gift Guide Reading Nook Glossary Project Index Journey Home Cardigan, page 12


strands Special thanks to Stella the dog for hosting our photo shoot at her house! Autumn Equinox Sweater, page 14.

What are you crocheting this fall? We’d argue that autumn is the best season to pick up a crochet project. As the weather cools off, the sweater or blanket you’ve been working on fills up more of your lap. There are sheep and wool festivals to get you in the mood to work with something woolly and afternoons in the stands at a sporting event to keep you entertained while stitching a simple project. And it’s not just kids who go back to school; September is a great time for people of all ages to pick up some new skills. We asked the staff of Interweave Crochet what they’re looking forward to making this fall. Managing Editor Laura Hulslander pictures herself making a cozy afghan by a roaring fireplace. Project Editor Susanna Tobias has been meaning to check out one of Colorado’s yurts—and what better place to stitch up a sweater? Art Director Kerry Jackson plans to finally finish a cowl she’s been working on—maybe she’ll take it on a camping trip and finish it by the light of the campfire.

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Group Editorial Director, Yarn & Fiber Anne Merrow Editor Sara Dudek Managing Editor Laura Hulslander Project Editor Susanna Tobias Contributing Editor Amy Gunderson Assistant Editors Julia Pillard, Elizabeth Prose Technical Editors Joan Beebe, Jenny Brigham, Jean Clement, Tian Connaughton, Lindsay Glenn, Kristine Mullen, Daniela Nii Copy Editor Laurel Robinson Proofreader Nancy Arndt .............................. Advertising Manager Diane Kocal Ad Trafficker Lori Hauser Senior Marketing Manager Jessi Rodriguez Newsstand Sales Scott T. Hill (Scott.Hill@pubworx.com) .............................. Group Art Director Emily Simpson Art Director Kerry Jackson Production Designer Mark Dobroth Photography Harper Point Photography Additional Photography Matt Graves Styling Tina Gill Hair and Makeup Beauty on Location Studio Technical Illustration Joan Beebe, Jean Clement, Lindsay Glenn, Kristine Mullen, Daniela Nii Interweave Crochet® (ISSN 1937-0008) is published quarterly by Peak Media Properties, LLC, 4868 Innovation Dr., Fort Collins, CO 80525-5596. Periodical postage paid at Fort Collins, CO 80525 and additional mailing offices. All contents of this issue of Interweave Crochet are copyrighted by Peak Media Properties, LLC. All rights reserved. Interweave main office: 4868 Innovation Dr., Fort Collins, Colorado 80525-5596 www.interweave.com

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Assistant Editor Julia Pillard wants to learn more about crochet and plans to tackle a scarf. Editorial Director Anne Merrow thinks the only way a football game could be interesting is with a small, straightforward project in hand—she has a hat in mind. By the time the snow flies, we’ll be warm and toasty with the pieces we crocheted in the autumn. Happy stitching!

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book reviews

Reading Nook Get hooked by these imaginative crochet projects! Colourful Wayuu Bags to Crochet: A Guide to Making Tapestry Crochet Bags Rianne de Graaf, Search Press

The colorful, geometric-patterned bags of the Wayuu people, who are native to Colombia and Venezuela, provided the inspiration for the 10 projects in Rianne de Graaf’s new book. Start your journey of mochilas (Spanish for “backpack”) with the Small Hourglass Bag designed with beginners in mind. Full-color photos guide you step-by-step through the basic tapestry-crochet technique. Learn how to finish your bag with a woven shoulder strap and kumihimo-braid drawstring. Rianne also provides troubleshooting tips and advice on selecting cotton yarn and the appropriate size of hook. Paperback, 96 pages, $15.95, ISBN 9781782216742

Crocheted Succulents: Cacti & Other Succulent Plants to Make Emma Varnam, Guild of Master Craftsman Publications and Taunton Press

Cultivate your passion for houseplants and crochet and add a whimsical element to your décor—no green thumb or watering required! Each of the 25 projects is based on an actual cactus and succulent that you’d find at your neighborhood garden center plus instructions for crocheting the pots and soil. Novelty yarns and beads add realistic-looking spines to the plant replicas without the poke factor. The projects require basic crochet stitches and a few additional materials available at your local craft store. Paperback, 144 pages, $19.95, ISBN 9781784945046

One Skein Crochet: De-Stash Beautifully, One Skein at a Time Ellen Gormley, Interweave

Is your stash suffering from single-skein syndrome? Designer Ellen Gormley sees those solo balls and hanks of yarn as an opportunity to crochet creatively. Learn how to measure your yarn, even when the ball band has gone missing, and calculate how much is used in a row so you’ll know exactly how much you have to work with. Select from 15 projects, which include accessories and even a baby blanket. Each one demonstrates a different design strategy aimed at maximizing every precious yard. Paperback, 112 pages, $22.99, ISBN 9781632506689

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feature

A TWIST on CABLES The designers of this issue have found a number of ways to create the classic look of a cable—two or more elements that travel across a piece of fabric or twist around each other. Whether it’s the traditional method using post stitches, some fancy yarnover maneuvers, or even moving pieces of crocheted fabric around each other, these designs show off the range of cable possibilities. Which one is your favorite?

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TRADITIONAL METHOD

Wheatfield Cabled Capelet

Journey Home Cardigan

By Bonnie Barker, page 10, pattern page 28

By Michelle Moore, page 12, pattern page 30

A combination of front post treble back cross and front cross stitches form the columns of these wheat cables. Each column consists of an opposing pair of cable stitches, and the repeated twists help the cable stitches pop out dramatically. The lower edge features a Celtic weave pattern, which some crocheters consider to be a form of cable.

In the diamond cable, the combination of extended single crochets and post stitches avoids the holes that can form around cable crossings. The center diamond is an example of traveling cables, while the straight cables at the edges twist in simple columns.


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TRADITIONAL METHOD

NONTRADITIONAL METHOD

Pie Bake Cardigan By Natasha Robarge, page 18, pattern page 36

This lacy cable is created using front and back double-treble stitches, an open combination that leaves decorative holes in the design. The crossing post stitches are worked over standard doubletreble stitches.

Turmeric Twist Scarf By Annette Hynes, page 26, pattern page 48

The bold cables in this pattern stand out in sharp relief from the background. You may notice that the stitches are smooth Vs, like knit stitches, instead of the textured look of post stitches. The design is created by picking up and holding four loops at a time and manipulating the loops as directed. The loop sets cross and travel throughout, creating an unusual and striking design.

Deciduous Tunic By Alla Koval, page 22, pattern page 43

You might ask whether this really counts as a cable at all! Instead of crossing individual stitches over one another, this tunic gets its twist from pieces of fabric from the front and back that are twisted around each other and sewn to opposite sides of the tunic. íˇ€

Pomander Pillow By Quayln Stark, page 60, pattern page 69

The wandering braids of this pillow use a contrasting color only for the cable portion; the unused color is stranded across the back of the work when not in use. The front-post treble stitches are worked against a background of denser half-double crochet stitches, creating a solid fabric that hides the unused yarn (and the pillow’s stuffing).

Shadow Stitches & Sideways Cables There are many more creative ways to get the twisting look of cables. Try these:

• Brioche-Inspired Cables by Juliette Bezold and Free-Post Sideways Cables by Brenda K.B. Anderson, Interweave Crochet Fall 2016

Both of these methods are worked perpendicular to the direction of the cables using multiple yarn sources.

• Shadow-Stitch Cables by Shannon and

Jason Mullett-Bowlsby By working an additional stitch behind the post stitch, this cable method avoids a hole in the work and helps pop the cable stitches forward.

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Fall Spıce

These garments and accessories will add some seasoning to your wardrobe, whether you’re craving a pumpkin spice latte or something more piquant.

Wheatfield Cabled Capelet By Bonnie Barker As the weather turns cooler, we’re often looking for the perfect piece to throw over our shoulders to warm up. This is it! Worked in a gorgeous heathered wool from the top down, it’s a staple piece you’ll be reaching for all through the season. YARN Kelbourne Woolens Scout. PAGE 28.

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Journey Home Cardigan By Michelle Moore You’ll feel as though you’re wrapped up in a cocoon in this adorable cardigan! A llama/Merino blend yarn gives this sweater character, class, and coziness. Worked in pieces and seamed, Journey Home makes a great on-the-go project in between hayrides and apple picking this autumn season. YARN Sugar Bush Yarns Rapture. PAGE 30.

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Autumn Equinox Sweater By NTmaglia This openwork sweater was designed for easy, chic layering. A cotton-and-woolblend yarn makes this piece wearable for much of the year. The allover mesh pattern is transfixing in its lines. We can see triangles inside of diamonds, diamonds inside of larger diamonds, rows of staggered lattice—what do you see? YARN Brown Sheep Company Cotton Fleece. PAGE 32.

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Cloves Cardigan By Jane Howorth This thoughtfully designed cardigan with pockets is perfect for transitioning from season to season, as it can be layered with short or long sleeves underneath. The yarn combines wool and silk, giving the garment an upscale feel and look. A lacy feminine collar finishes things off perfectly and delicately. YARN Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend, distributed by Fairmount Fibers. PAGE 34.

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Pie Bake Cardigan By Natasha Robarge Crocheted seamlessly from the top down, this cardigan is designed to fit and flatter every body shape and size. Sinuously winding cables travel down the center back and also frame the front, creating flattering vertical lines. A 100% wool yarn softens the look of the stitches while providing plenty of insulation from chilly autumn winds. YARN Kelbourne Woolens Scout. PAGE 36.

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Harvester Cowl By Kylie Lamb An excellent introduction to crocheting in the round, this generously sized cowl is a staple fall accessory. It’s worked in a spiral, giving a diagonal appearance to the lines of the stitch pattern. Wear this cowl loosely around your neck, pull it over your shoulders, or wrap it twice around your neck to guard against extra chilly days. YARN Patons Alpaca c Blend, distributed by Spinrite. PAGE 41. Coriander Puff Hat By Natasha Robarge A striking combination of puff and post stitches creates an allover pattern that stuns. Designed to be slightly slouchy, it’s easy to add even more slouch by working additional two-row repeats. YARN Plymouth Yarn Galway Worsted. PAGE 42.

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Deciduous Tunic By Alla Koval Stately in appearance like a mighty oak tree, this sleeveless sweater has the perfect combination of paredback details. Worked sideways in a rib stitch, the tunic features a hi-lo hem, stand-up collar, and interlocking side panels. YARN Zitron Finest Royal Alpaca, distributed by Skacel. PAGE 43.

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Grille Pullover By Amy Gunderson An openwork grid-like stitch pattern worked in DK-weight wool makes this layering piece breathable yet warm. Dropshoulder sleeves and a bit of positive ease give this sweater a casual, ultimately wearable feel. Throw it on over a button-up shirt, tee, or dress—the possibilities are endless! YARN Universal Yarn Deluxe DK Superwash. PAGE 46.

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Fall * SpÄące

Turmeric Twist Scarf By Annette Hynes Cables appear to float like magic along the body of this reversible scarf. Crocheted in the round, the cables are worked using the liveloop method against a background of back-horizontal-bar half double crochet. The resulting fabric is warm and perfectly squishy. YARN Mountain Meadow Wool Cody. PAGE 48.

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Ridgefield Hat By Moon Eldridge The double-ended Tunisian circular crochet technique is used to create this giftable hat project. Contrasting stripes worked on return passes add a delightful pop of color. A finegauge Merino yarn is the perfect soft yarn for a hat that will travel with you throughout the season. YARN Cloudborn Superwash Merino Fingering, distributed by Bluprint. PAGE 50.

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Wheat cable patt

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Row 1: (RS) FPtr back cross (see above), FPtr front cross (see above). Row 2: (WS)

BPdc across. Rep Rows 1–2 for patt.

Celtic weave patt (multiple of 4 sts + 2) Row 1: (RS) Ch 2, [FPtr front cross] across. Row 2: (WS) BPtr around first 2 FPtr,

[BPtr back cross (see above)] across to last 2 FPtr, BPtr around last 2 FPtr. Rep Rows 1–2 for patt.

BODY

Wheatfield Cabled Capelet Bonnie Barker DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 18" long and 64½" end circumference, fastened. YARN Kelbourne Woolens Scout (100% wool; (274 yd [251 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]; ): #709 sunflower heather, 5 hanks.

HOOK Size H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook

Ch 75. Row 1: (RS) Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each rem ch across—74 sts. Row 2: Ch 2, dc in first st, [dc in next 3 sts, 2 dc in next st] across, dc in last st, turn—92 sts. Row 3: Ch 1, (sc, dc) in first st, *work Row 1 of wheat cable patt (see Stitch Guide)**, (sc, dc) in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, sc in next st, dc in next st, turn—102 sts. Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first st, (dc, sc) in next st, [work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st, (dc, sc) in next st] across, turn—113 sts. Row 5: Ch 2, dc in first st, *sc in next st, (dc, sc) in next st**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn—124 sts. Row 6: Ch 2, dc in first st, *sc in next st, dc in next st, (sc, dc) in next

st**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn—135 sts. Row 7: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 2 times**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 8: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 2 times**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 9: Ch 1, sc in first st, dc in next st, sc in next st, dc in next st, (sc, dc) in next st, *work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 2 times, (sc, dc) in next st; rep from * across, turn—146 sts. Rows 10–11: Ch 1, sc in first st, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 2 times, dc in next st, *work next row of wheat cable patt, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 3 times; rep from * across, turn. Row 12: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 2 times, (dc, sc) in next st**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn—157 sts. Row 13: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 3 times**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 14: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 3 times**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 15: Ch 2, dc in first

size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Leather snaps, 5; yarn needle.

GAUGE 14 sts and 13 rows = 4" in background patt.

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. —Beginning chains do not count as stitches unless otherwise stated.

STITCH GUIDE Front post treble crochet front cross (FPtr front cross): Sk next 2 sts, FPtr

Reduced wheat cable patt

Reduced Celtic weave patt 2>

2>

around next 2 sts, working in front of last 2 FPtr made, FPtr around each skipped st.

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Front post treble crochet back cross (FPtr back cross): Sk next 2 sts, FPtr around next 2 sts, working behind last 2 FPtr made, FPtr around each skipped st.

Back post treble crochet back cross (BPtr back cross): Sk next 2 sts, BPtr around next 2 sts, working in front of last 2 BPtr made, BPtr around each skipped st.

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Stitch key = double crochet (dc)

= FPtr

= FPtr front cross

= BPdc

= BPtr

= FPtr back cross

= BPtr back cross


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st, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 2 times, sc in next st, (dc, sc) in next st, *work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 3 times, (dc, sc) in next st; rep from * across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;168 sts. Rows 16â&#x20AC;&#x201C;17: Ch 2, dc in first st, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 3 times, sc in next st, *work next row of wheat cable patt, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 4 times; rep from * across, turn. Row 18: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 3 times, (sc, dc) in next st**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;179 sts. Row 19: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 4 times**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 20: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 4 times**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 21: Ch 1, sc in first st, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 3 times, dc in next st, (sc, dc) in next st, *work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 4 times, (sc, dc) in next st; rep from * across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;190 sts. Rows 22â&#x20AC;&#x201C;23: Ch 1, sc in first st, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 4 times, dc in next st, *work next row of wheat cable patt, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 5 times; rep from * across, turn. Row 24: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 4 times, (dc, sc) in next st**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;201 sts. Row 25: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 5 times**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 26: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 5 times**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 27: Ch 2, dc in first st, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 4 times, sc in next st, (dc, sc) in next st, *work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 5 times, (dc, sc) in next st; rep from * across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;212 sts. Rows 28â&#x20AC;&#x201C;29: Ch 2, dc in first st, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 5 times, sc in next st, *work next row of wheat cable patt, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 6 times; rep from * across, turn. Row 30: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 5 times, (sc, dc) in next st**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;223 sts. Row 31: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 6 times**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 32: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 6 times**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 33: Ch 1, sc in first st, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 5 times,

dc in next st, (sc, dc) in next st, *work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 6 times, (sc, dc) in next st; rep from * across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;234 sts. Rows 34â&#x20AC;&#x201C;35: Ch 1, sc in first st, [dc in next st, sc in next st] 6 times, dc in next st, *work next row of wheat cable patt, [sc in next st, dc in next st] 7 times; rep from * across, turn. Row 36: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 6 times, (dc, sc) in next st**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;245 sts. Row 37: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 7 times**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, dc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 38: Ch 1, sc in first st, *[dc in next st, sc in next st] 7 times**, work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turn. Row 39: Ch 2, dc in first st, *[sc in next st, dc in next st] 6 times, sc in next st, (dc, sc) in next st**, work Row 1 of wheat cable patt, dc in the next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;256 sts. Row 40: Ch 2, dc in first 16 sts, *work Row 2 of wheat cable patt, dc in next 16 sts; rep from * across, turn. Row 41: Ch 2 (counts as st), work Row 1 of Celtic weave patt (see Stitch Guide), dc in top of beg ch 2â&#x20AC;&#x201D;258 sts. Row 42: Ch 2 (counts as st), work Row 2 of Celtic weave patt, dc in top of beg ch 2. Rows 43â&#x20AC;&#x201C;46: Rep Rows 41â&#x20AC;&#x201C;42 two times. Row 47: Ch 2, FPdc across to last st, dc in top of beg ch 2. Fasten off.

Collar Row 1: With WS facing, sl st in left

turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;74 sts. Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as st), 2 dc in first 2 sts, [dc in next 2 sts, 2 dc in next st] across to last 3 sts, dc in next st, 2 dc in last 2 sts, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;102 sts. Row 3: Ch 2, sk first st, work Row 1 of Celtic weave patt across to last st, dc in top of beg ch 2. Row 4: Ch 2, sk first st, work Row 2 of Celtic weave patt across to last st, dc in top of beg ch 2. Rows 5â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Rep Rows 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4 of collar. Row 7: Ch 2, FPdc across. Fasten off.

Right front edging Row 1: With RS facing, join with sl st in end of last row before Celtic weave section, work 51 sc evenly spaced across to last row before collar, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;51 sc. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Ch 1, sc across, turn. Fasten off.

Left front edging Row 1: With RS facing, join with sl st in end of last row before collar, work 51 sc evenly spaced across to last row before Celtic weave section, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;51 sc. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Ch 1, sc across, turn. Fasten off.

FINISHING Weave in ends. Block. Sew leather snaps evenly spaced to edgings. íˇ&#x20AC;

Bonnie Barker is a crochet designer and author who has published more than 100 patterns. She is best known for her Aran Isle crochet techniques; she is hopelessly in love with crocheted cables and discovering new ways to crochet them! She is a happy wife to her physicist husband and a retired homeschool mom of five.

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Journey Home Cardigan Michelle Moore DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 31 (34½, 37¾, 41½, 45½)" bust circumference without 5½" wide collar. Sample shown measures 31", modeled with 2½" negative ease.

YARN Sugar Bush Yarns Rapture (50% LlamaSoft, 50% superfine Merino wool; 211 yd [193 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]; ): #1009 fierce flame, 8 (9, 9, 10, 11) skeins.

HOOK Size 7 (4.5 mm) and H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Yarn needle. GAUGE 15 sts and 12 rows = 4" in esc with larger hook, blocked; 20 sts and 14 rows = 4" in sc blo with smaller hook, blocked.

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. —Cardigan is worked in pieces from the bottom up, blocked, then seamed. Steam-block the collar edges so that the curves don’t pucker.

STITCH GUIDE 2-over-2 left cross front post treble cable (2/2 LC FPtr): Sk next 2 sts, FPtr around next 2 sts, working in front of last FPtr made, FPtr around each of 2 skipped sts.

1-over-1 left cross front post double cable (1/1 LC FPdc): Sk next st, FPdc around next st, working in front of FPdc just made, FPdc around skipped st.

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next 11 sts, FPdc around next 4 sts, esc in next 11 sts, FPdc around next 2 sts. Row 2: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 11 sts, BPdc around next 4 post sts, esc in next 11 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 3: 1/1 LC FPdc (see above), esc in next 11 sts, 2/2 LC FPtr (see above), esc in next 11 sts, 1/1 LC FPdc. Row 4: Rep Row 2. Row 5: FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 10 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next post st, FPdc around same post st, FPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 10 sts, FPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 6: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 9 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 2 sts, esc in next post st, BPdc around same post st, BPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 9 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 7: 1/1 LC FPdc, esc in next 8 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 4 sts, esc in next post st, B FPdc around same st, FPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 8 sts, 1/1 LC FPdc. Row 8: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 7 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 6 sts, esc in next post st, BPdc around same post st, BPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 7 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 9: FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 6 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 8 sts, esc in next post st, FPdc around same post st, FPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 6 sts, FPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 10: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 5 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 10 sts, esc in next post st, BPdc around same post st, BPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 5 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 11: 1/1 LC FPdc, esc in next 4 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 12 sts, esc in next post st, FPdc around same post st, FPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 4 sts, 1/1 LC FPdc. Row 12: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 4 sts, esc in next post st, BPdc around

same post st, BPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 12 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 4 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 13: FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 5 sts, esc in next post st, FPdc around same post st, FPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 10 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 5 sts, FPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 14: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 6 sts, esc in next post st, BPdc around same post st, BPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 8 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 6 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts.

C

D

right front back

E

A I

H

K

collar

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Row 1: (RS) FPdc around next 2 sts, esc in

sleeve

Diamond Cable (worked over 30 sts)

G

F A: 17 (18½, 20¾, 22½, 24½)" B: 23¼" C: 7 (8, 8½, 91⁄5, 10½)" D: 3 (2½, 3¾, 3½, 3½)" E: 2¾ (3¼, 3¾, 4¼, 4¾)" F: 7½ (7½, 8, 8½, 9)" G: 4" H: 15" I: 10¼ (11¼, 12¼, 13¼, 15½)" J: 51⁄5" K: 87½ (89¾, 93¾, 96½, 100)" J


Row 15: 1/1 LC FPdc, esc in next 7 sts, esc

in each rem ch across, turn—64 (70, 78, 84, 92) sts. Row 2: Ch 1, esc across, turn. Row 3: Ch 1, esc in first 17 (20, 24, 27, 31) sts, work Row 1 of diamond cable (see Stitch Guide) over next 30 sts, esc in last 17 (20, 24, 27, 31) sts, turn. Row 4: Ch 1, esc in first 17 (20, 24, 27, 31) sts, work next row of diamond cable over next 30 sts, esc in last 17 (20, 24, 27, 31) sts, turn. Rows 5–70: Work in patt as est, working Rows 3–18 of diamond cable four times, then work Rows 3–4 of diamond cable once more. Fasten off at end of last row.

LEFT FRONT

All sizes: Rows 18 (20, 21, 22, 24)–70: Ch 1, esc

across, turn. Fasten off at end of last row.

RIGHT FRONT Row 1: With larger hook, ch 11 (13, 15, 17,

19), esc in 2nd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turn—10 (12, 14, 16, 18) sts. Row 2: Ch 1, esc across to last st, 2 esc in last st, turn—1 st inc’d. Row 3: Ch 1, 2 esc in first st, esc across, turn—1 st inc’d. Complete as for left front.

SLEEVES Cuff

Row 1: (RS) With larger hook, ch 11 (13, 15, 17, 19), esc in 2nd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turn—10 (12, 14, 16, 18) sts. Row 2: Ch 1, 2 esc in first st, esc across, turn—1 st inc’d. Row 3: Ch 1, esc across to last st, 2 esc in last st, turn— 1 st inc’d. Rows 4–17 (19, 19, 21, 23): Rep Rows 2–3 seven (eight, eight, nine, ten) times—26 (30, 32, 36, 40) sts.

Row 1: (RS) With smaller hook, ch 21, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turn—20 sc. Rows 2–28 (28, 30, 32, 34): Ch 1, sc blo across, turn. Do not fasten off at end of last row.

Sleeve Rotate to work in row-ends. Transition row: With WS facing and

BACK

Size 37¾" only:

Row 1: (RS) With larger hook, ch 65 (71,

Row 20: Rep Row 2—33 sts.

larger hook, ch 1, sc in each row-end across, turn—28 (28, 30, 32, 34) sc. Row 1: (RS) Ch 1, esc across, turn. Rows 2–5 (4, 3,

79, 85, 93), esc in 2nd ch from hook and

Diamond cable patt 20 > < 19 18 > < 17 16 > < 15 14 >

rep for patt

< 13 12 > < 11 10 > <9 8> <7 6> <5 4> <3 2> <1

30 sts Stitch key = esc

= FPdc

= BPdc

= 1/1 FPdc

= 2/2 FPtr

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in next post st, FPdc around same post st, FPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 6 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 7 sts, 1/1 LC FPdc. Row 16: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 8 sts, esc in next post st, BPdc around same post st, BPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 4 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 8 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 17: FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 9 sts, esc in next post st, FPdc around same post st, FPdc around next post st, sk next st, esc in next 2 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 9 sts, FPdc around next 2 post sts. Row 18: BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in next 10 sts, esc in next post st, BPdc around same post st, BPdc around next post st, sk next 2 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts, esc in same post st as last st, esc in next 10 sts, BPdc around next 2 post sts. Rep Rows 3–18 for patt.


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NOTES

3, 2): Rep Row 1. Row 6 (5, 4, 4, 3) (inc): Ch 1, 2 esc in first st, esc across to last st, 2 esc in last st, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2 sts incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Rows 7 (6, 5, 5, 4)â&#x20AC;&#x201C;30 (35, 32, 36, 36): Cont working even in esc, rep Inc row every 6th (5th, 4th, 4th, 3rd) row 4 (6, 7, 8, 11) timesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;38 (42, 46, 50, 58) sts at end of last row.

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly /iwc-glossary. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Body is worked in two panels from the bottom up. Borders, neck, and sleeves are worked into the edges of pieces.

Work even in esc until sleeve measures 15" from ribbing, ending with a WS row. Fasten off.

STITCH GUIDE

COLLAR

Front post double crochet decrease (FPdc dec): FPdc around next 2 sts at

Row 1: With smaller hook, ch 29, sc in

the same time.

2nd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;28 sc. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;306 (314, 328, 338, 350): Ch 1, sc blo across, turn. Place working lp on a holder in case extra rows are needed to fit collar around body edging.

FINISHING Block all pieces. Holding RS tog, sew shoulder seams. Sew sleeves to body, matching center of sleeve to shoulder seams. Sew sleeve seams, starting at cuff. Sew body side seams.

Body edging With smaller hook and RS facing, join yarn with a sl st in bottom back left side seam, ch 1, work 64 (70, 78, 84, 92) sc across back, work 10 (12, 14, 16, 18) sc across right front, work 105 sc up side front right, work 12 (10, 12, 12, 12) sc across neck, work 105 sc down side front left, work 10Â (12, 14, 16, 18) sc across front left, sl st in first sc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;306 (314, 328, 338, 350) sc. Fasten off.

Autumn Equinox Sweater NTmaglia PLUS SIZE

FINISHED SIZE 40½ (45, 49½, 54, 58½)" bust circumference. Sample shown measures 40½", modeled with 7½" positive ease.

YARN Brown Sheep Company Cotton Fleece (80% cotton, 20% Merino wool; 215 yd [197 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; ): #CW120 honey butter, 4 (5, 6, 6, 7) skeins.

HOOK Size L/11 (8 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Removable stitch markers (m), 4; yarn needle.

Holding RS tog, sew collar to body edging. Fasten off collar once in place. Sew ends of Collar together. Steam seams to finish and smooth out any puckering on curves.

GAUGE 2 reps and 9 rows = 4½" in net patt; 13 sts and 10 rows = 4" in rib patt.

Michelle Moore is the owner and designer behind MJâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Off the Hook Designs, a creative haven for yarn-lovers. Michelle operates her online business from Lakefield, Ontario, Canada. Michelleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Designs can be found at www.mjsoffthehookdesigns.com, on Ravelry under MJâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Off the Hook Designs or Sentry Box Designs, or Instagram @mjsoffthehook and @sentryboxdesigns.

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the same time.

Decrease rib (dec rib): Following BPdc, work FPdc dec (see above); following FPdc, work BPdc dec (see above)â&#x20AC;&#x201D;1 st decâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d.

Join with single crochet (sc-join):

DIFFICULTY

Collar seaming

Weave in ends. íˇ&#x20AC;

Back post double crochet decrease (BPdc dec): BPdc around next 2 sts at

Make slipknot and place lp on hook, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a lp, yo, draw through 2 lps on hook.

Net patt (multiple of 8 sts + 6) Row 1: Sc in 9th ch from hook (skipped ch

count as dc, ch 3, 2 skipped ch), [ch 1, sk next ch, sc in next ch, ch 3, sk next 2 ch, dc in next ch, ch 3, sk next 2 ch, sc in next ch] across to last 5 ch, ch 1, sk next ch, sc in next ch, ch 3, sk next 2 ch, dc in last ch, turn. Row 2: Ch 5 (counts as sc, ch 3), [dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3, sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 1, sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 3] across to last ch-1 sp, dc in last ch-1 sp, ch 3, sc in 5th ch of beg 9 skipped ch, turn. Row 3: Ch 6 (counts as dc, ch 3), [sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 1, sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 3, dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3] across to last dc, sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 1, sc in beg ch-5 sp, ch 3, dc in 2nd ch of beg ch-5, turn. Rep Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 for patt.


Stitch key = chain (ch) <3

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rep for patt

Reduced net patt

= single crochet (sc)

2> = double crochet (dc)

<1

= patt rep E

F

G

D H

sleeve

C front & back

A: 20¼ (22½, 24¾, 27, 29¼)"

next ch-3 sp, ch 3, dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3] across to last dc, sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 1, sc in beg ch-5 sp, ch 3, dc in 2nd ch of beg ch 5, turn. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3: Work Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 of net patt. Fasten off.

B: 13½ (14, 14½, 15, 15½)" B

C: 9 (9½, 10, 10½, 11)" D: 1½"

E: 6¾ (7¾, 7¾, 9, 10)"

F: 6¾ (6¾, 9, 9, 9)"

A

G: 10½ (12, 12¾, 14½, 15¼)"

Front hem

H: 5¼"

Work as for back hem. Sew shoulder seams.

Rib patt in rows (multiple of 2 sts + 1) Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc throughout),

Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 of rib patt in rows once. Fasten off at end of last row.

RIGHT SLEEVE

RIGHT SHOULDER

Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc throughout),

Sizes 40½ (54)" only:

Row 1: With RS facing, join yarn at m on back, working in row-ends, work 59 (63, 65, 69, 71) dc evenly spaced along sweater edge to m on front. Row 2: Work Row 1 of rib patt in rows across to last 3 sts, dec rib (see Stitch Guide), dc in last st, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;1 st decâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Rows 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;26 (30, 32, 36, 38): Work Row 2 of rib patt in rows across to last 3 sts, dec rib, dc in last st, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;34 sts at end of last row.

[FPdc around next dc, BPdc around next dc] across, sl st in top of beg ch-3 to join, turn. Rnd 2: Ch 3, [FPdc around next FPdc, BPdc around next BPdc] across, sl st in top of beg ch 3 to join, turn. Rep Rnd 2 for patt.

Row 1: Work Row 3 of net patt until

LEFT SLEEVE

4 (5) dc worked, turn, leaving rem sts unworkedâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;3 (4) ch-1 sps, 6 (8) ch-3 sps. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3: Work Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 of net patt. Fasten off.

BACK

Row 1: Work Row 3 of net patt until 4 (4,

*FPdc around next dc, BPdc around next dc; rep from * across, turn. Row 2: Ch 3, *BPdc around next FPdc, FPdc around next BPdc; rep from * across, turn. Row 3: Ch 3, *FPdc around next BPdc, BPdc around next FPdc; rep from * across, turn. Rep Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 for patt.

FRONT Work as for back through Row 42 (44, 46, 48, 50), ending with Row 2 of net patt. Pm in both ends of 27th (28th, 29th, 30th, 31st) row from beg of front.

Divide for upper fronts Rib patt in rnds (multiple of 2 sts)

Ch 78 (86, 94, 102, 110). Row 1: Work Row 1 of net patt (see Stitch Guide)â&#x20AC;&#x201D;9Â (10, 11, 12, 13) ch-1 sps, 18 (20, 22, 24, 26) ch-3 sps. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;45 (47, 49, 51, 53): Work Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 of net patt 22 (23, 24, 25, 26) times. Fasten off. Place marker (pm) in both ends of 27th (28th, 29th, 30th, 31st) row from beg of back.

Back hem Row 1: With RS facing, working in rem lps

on opposite side of beg ch of back, sl st in last st of back to join, ch 3 (counts as dc), work 46 (50, 56, 60, 66) dc evenly spaced across beg ch, ending with last dc in last ch of beg ch, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;47 (51, 57, 61, 67) dc. Row 2: Work Row 1 of rib patt in rows (see Stitch Guide) across, turn. Rows 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4: Work

Work as for right sleeve, joining yarn at m on front.

NECK Rnd 1: With RS facing, sl st in central st of

Sizes 45 (49½, 58½)" only: 5) dc worked, ch 3, sc in next dc, turn, leaving rem sts unworkedâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;3 (3, 4) ch-1 sps, 7 (7, 9) ch-3 sps. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3: Work Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 of net patt. Fasten off. LEFT SHOULDER

neck opening of back to join, ch 3, 47 (47, 63, 63, 63) dc evenly spaced around neck opening, sl st in first st to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;48 (48, 64, 64, 64) dc. Rnd 2: Work Rnd 1 of rib patt in rnds (see Stitch Guide). Rnds 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;14: Work Rnd 2 of rib patt in rnds. Fasten off at end of last rnd.

Sizes 40½ (54)" only:

FINISHING

Row 1: With RS facing, sk next 2 (3) ch-1 sps on last row of front, sl st in next ch-1 sp, work Row 3 of net patt to end of row, turn. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3: Work Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 of net patt. Fasten off.

Sew side and sleeve seams. Weave in ends, gently block seams. í·&#x20AC;

Sizes 45 (49½, 58½)" only: Row 1: With RS facing, sk next 3 (4, 4)

ch-1 sps on last row of front, sc-join (see Stitch Guide) in next dc, ch 3, dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3, [sc in next ch-3 sp, ch 1, sc in

NTmaglia is an Italian crochet designer working on beautiful Lake Como, where she finds serenity and inspiration. She loves oversized clothing and roomy tote bags. Her colorful designs combine traditional stitches with unusual yarns and fanciful embroidery patterns.

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With larger hook, ch 73 (81, 89, 97, 103). Foundation row: (RS) Esc in back ridge lp of 3rd ch from hook (skipped ch do not count as a st) and in each rem ch across, turn—71 (79, 87, 95, 101) sts. Row 1: Ch 2 (counts as esc throughout), esc across, turn. Rep last row until piece measures 16½" from beg, ending with WS row.

Shape armholes

E

F G

D C

H right front

B

back

Row 1: (RS) Sl st in first 6 (7, 8, 9, 10)

Cloves Cardigan

esc, ch 2, esc in next 60 (66, 72, 78, 82) sts, turn, leaving rem 5 (6, 7, 8, 9) sts unworked—61 (67, 73, 79, 83) sts rem. Cont even in esc until piece measures 5¾ (6¾, 7½, 8, 8½)" from beg of armhole shaping, ending with WS row, turn.

Jane Howorth Shape shoulders

PLUS SIZE DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 38 (41, 46½, 50, 52¾)" bust circumference including edging. Sample shown measures 38", modeled with 4½" positive ease.

YARN Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend (distributed by Fairmount Fibers) (70% Merino wool, 30% silk; 150 yd [135 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]; ): #SB300U rust, 8 (9, 10, 11, 13) skeins.

esc, ch 2, esc in next 46 (50, 54, 60, 62) sts, turn, leaving rem 7 (8, 9, 9, 10) sts unworked—47 (51, 55, 61, 63) sts rem. Row 2: Sl st in first 8 (8, 9, 10, 10) esc, ch 2, esc in next 32 (36, 38, 42, 44) sts, turn, leaving rem 7 (7, 8, 9, 9) sts unworked—33 (37, 39, 43, 45) sts rem. Row 3: Sl st in first 7 (8, 9, 10, 10) esc, ch 2, esc in next 20 (22, 22, 24, 26) sts, fasten off, leaving rem 6 (7, 8, 9, 9) sts unworked—21 (23, 23, 25, 27) sts rem. Place marker (pm) in first and last st of rem sts to mark back neck.

RIGHT FRONT

NOTIONS Removable stitch markers (m); 5⁄8" buttons, 2; yarn needle; sewing needle and sewing thread. GAUGE 15 sts and 14 rows = 4" in

Shape armhole

esc, with larger hook.

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary.

Row 1: (RS) Ch 2, esc in next 20 (21, 24, 26, 27) sts, turn, leaving rem 5 (6, 7, 8, 9) sts unworked—21 (22, 25, 27, 28) sts rem. Cont even in esc until piece measures 5¾ (6¾, 7½, 8, 8½)" from beg of armhole shaping, ending with WS row, turn.

Shape shoulder —Cardigan is worked in pieces from the hem up, then seamed. Edging is worked sideways directly onto cardigan after pockets and shoulders are seamed, working through double thickness of fabric (front and pocket) at lower fronts.

STITCH GUIDE Picot: Ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch from hook.

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A

K

sleeve

Row 1: (RS) Sl st in first 8 (9, 10, 10, 11)

With larger hook, ch 28 (30, 34, 37, 39). Foundation row: (RS) Esc in back ridge lp of 3rd ch from hook (skipped ch do not count as a st) and in each rem ch across, turn—26 (28, 32, 35, 37) sts. Row 1: Ch 2, esc across, turn. Rep last row until piece measures 16½" from beg, ending with WS row.

HOOK Sizes F/5 (3.75 mm) and 7 (4.5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

I

Row 1: (RS) Ch 2, esc in next 13 (13, 15,

17, 17) sts, turn, leaving rem 7 (8, 9, 9, 10) sts unworked—14 (14, 16, 18, 18) sts rem. Row 2: Sl st in first 8 (8, 9, 10, 10) esc, ch 2, esc across—7 (7, 8, 9, 9) sts rem. Fasten off.

LEFT FRONT Work as for right front up to armhole shaping.

J A: 19 (21, 23¼, 25¼, 27)" B: 16½" C: 5¾ (6¾, 7½, 8, 8½)" D: ½" E: 5½ (5¾, 6½, 7¼, 7½)" F: 5½ (6, 6, 6½, 7¼)" G: ¾" H: 7 (7½, 8½, 9¼, 9¾)" I: 5¾ (5¾, 6¼, 6¾, 6¾)" J: 12 (14, 15½, 16½, 17½)" K: 6¼ (6½, 7¼, 7½, 8½)"


Reduced edging patt

Stitch key

rep for patt

<2

= picot

= chain (ch)

= worked in sp of tr2tog

= treble crochet (tr)

= esc

Fall Spice

3>

= slip stitch (sl st)

= patt rep 1>

= tr2tog < foundation row

Shape armhole Row 1: (RS) Sl st in first 6 (7, 8, 9, 10) esc,

ch 2, esc across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;21 (22, 25, 27, 28) sts rem. Cont even in esc until piece measures 5ž (6ž, 7½, 8, 8½)" from beg of armhole shaping, ending with WS row, turn.

Shape shoulder Row 1: (RS) Sl st in first 8 (9, 10, 10, 11)

esc, ch 2, esc to end, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;14 (14, 16, 18, 18) sts rem. Row 2: Ch 2, esc in next 6 (6, 7, 8, 8) sts, fasten off, leaving rem 7 (7, 8, 9, 9) sts unworked.

SLEEVES With larger hook, ch 47 (55, 60, 64, 68). Foundation row: (RS) Esc in 3rd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;45 (53, 58, 62, 66) sts. Row 1: Ch 2, esc across, turn. Rep last row until piece measures 5 (5, 5½, 5½, 6)" from beg. Pm in each row-end of last row for armhole. Cont even in esc until piece measures 6Âź (6½, 7Âź, 7½, 8½)" from beg. Fasten off.

RIGHT POCKET Row 1: With larger hook and RS of right

front facing, leaving long tail for sewing

pocket side, join yarn with sl st in rem lp of beg ch at lower right corner of front, ch 2, esc in rem lp of each rem ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;26 (28, 32, 35, 37) sts. Row 2: Ch 2, esc across, turn. Rep last row until pocket measures 5ž (5ž, 6Âź, 6ž, 6ž)" from beg. Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing pocket side.

LEFT POCKET Row 1: With larger hook and RS of left

front facing, leaving long tail for sewing pocket side, join yarn with sl st in rem lp of beg ch at lower left corner of front, ch 2, esc in rem lp of each rem ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;26 (28, 32, 35, 37) sts. Work rem as for right pocket.

FINISHING Pocket assembly: Using long tails, sew side edges of pockets to fronts. Sew shoulder seams.

Edging Foundation row: (RS) With smaller hook,

join yarn with sl st in row-end at bottom corner of right front, ch 5 (counts as tr,

ch 1 throughout), picot (see Stitch Guide), ch 1, tr2tog (placing first leg in same rowend as beg sl st, sk next 2 row-ends, place second leg in next row-end), ch 1, picot, ch 1, *tr2tog (placing first leg in same row-end as last leg of last tr2tog worked, sk next 2 row-ends, place second leg in next row-end), ch 1, picot, ch 1; rep from * to shoulder seam, work 3 patt reps around corner of first shoulder seam, omitting skipped rows, work in patt across back neck, skipping 2 sts instead of 2 row-ends, work 3 patt reps around corner of next shoulder seam, omitting skipped rows, cont in patt to last row-end, tr in same st as last leg of last tr2tog, turn. Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 (3, 4, 4, 4): Ch 5, picot, ch 1, tr2tog (placing first leg in top of last tr of last row and second leg in sp of next tr2tog), ch 1, picot, ch 1, *tr2tog (placing first leg in same sp as last leg of last tr2tog and 2nd leg in sp of next tr2tog), ch 1, picot, ch 1; rep from * across, tr in 4th ch of beg ch-5, turn. Fasten off at end of last row. Align sleeves to armholes, matching m on sleeves to beg of armhole shaping. Sew sleeve seams. Sew side seams, including pocket edge in seam at lower fronts. Weave in ends. Block. With sewing needle and length of sewing thread, sew buttons to center of fronts, about 1" lower than top of pockets. Use gaps in pocket fabric as buttonholes. Optional for larger sizes: Sew top of pocket to front from side seam towards center for 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3" to prevent pocket gaping. íˇ&#x20AC;

JANE HOWORTH has been crocheting since she was a child, and now she combines full-time designing with teaching in North Wales, United Kingdom. She always aims to stay true to the principles of designing beautiful, fashionable, and wearable items. Find her on Facebook, Ravelry, and Twitter.

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around skipped 4 post sts. Row 4: BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dtr, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 2 post sts. Row 5: FPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, sk next 2 dc, FPdtr around next 4 post sts, working behind sts just made, dtr in skipped 2 dc. Row 6: Dc in next 2 dtr, sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working behind sts just made, BPdtr around 4 skipped post sts, BPtr around next 2 post sts. Row 7: FPtr around next 6 post sts, dc in next 2 dtr, dc in next 2 dc. Rep Rows 2–7 for patt.

Fall Spice

st, yo, pull up lp, [yo, draw through 2 lps] 4 times.

Back cable (worked over 32 sts)

HOOK Size G/6 (4.25 mm) and 7

Row 1: (RS) [Dc in next 4 dc, FPtr around next 8 dc, dc in next 4 dc] 2 times. Row 2: [Dc in next 2 dc, sk next 2 dc, BPdtr (see above) around next 4 post sts, working in front of sts just made, dtr in 2 skipped dc, sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working behind sts just made, BPdtr around 4 skipped post sts, dc in next 2 dc] 2 times. Row 3: [Sk next 2 dc, FPdtr (see above) around next 4 post sts, working behind sts just made, dtr in 2 skipped dc, dc in next 4 dtr, sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working in front of sts just made, FPdtr around 4 skipped post sts] 2 times. Row 4: [BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dtr, dc in next 4 dc, dc in next 2 dtr, BPtr around next 4 post sts] 2 times. Row 5: [Sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working in front of sts just made, FPdtr around 4 skipped post sts, dc in next 4 dc, sk next 2 dc, FPdtr around next 4 post sts, working behind sts just made, dtr in 2 skipped dc] 2 times. Row 6: [Dc in next 2 dtr, sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working behind sts just made, BPdtr around skipped 4 post sts, sk next 2 dc, BPdtr around next 4 post sts, working in front of sts just made, dtr in skipped 2 dc, dc in next 2 dtr] 2 times. Row 7: [Dc in next 2 dc, dc in next 2 dtr, FPtr around next 8 post sts, dc in next 2 dtr, dc in next 2 dc] 2 times. Rep Rows 2–7 for patt.

sts, sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working behind sts just made, BPdtr around skipped 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc. Row 3: Sk next 2 dc, FPdtr around next 4 post sts, working behind sts just made, dtr in 2 skipped dc, dc in next 2 dtr, FPtr around next 2 post sts. Row 4: BPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, dc in next 2 dtr, BPtr around next 4 post sts. Row 5: Sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working in front of sts just made, FPdtr around 4 skipped post sts, dc in next 2 dc, FPtr around next 2 post sts. Row 6: BPtr around next 2 post sts, sk next 2 dc, BPdtr around next 4 post sts, working in front of sts just made, dtr in skipped 2 dc, dc in next 2 dtr. Row 7: Dc in next 2 dc, dc in next 2 dtr, FPtr around next 6 post sts. Rep Rows 2–7 for patt.

(4.5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Left front cable (worked over 10 sts)

LEFT BACK SHOULDER

Row 1: (RS) FPtr around next 6 dc, dc in next 4 dc. Row 2: Dc in next 2 dc, sk next 2 dc, BPdtr around next 4 post sts, working in front of sts just made, dtr in 2 skipped dc, BPtr around next 2 post sts. Row 3: FPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in next 2 dtr, sk next 4 post sts, dtr in next 2 dc, working in front of sts just made, FPdtr

With larger hook, ch 18 (20, 22, 24, 26). Row 1: (RS) Dc in 5th ch from hook (skipped ch count as foundation ch and first dc) and in each rem ch across to last ch, 2 dc in last ch, turn—16 (18, 20, 22, 24) dc. Row 2 (inc): Ch 3 (counts as first dc throughout), 2 dc in first dc, dc across—18 (20, 22, 24, 26) dc. Fasten off.

Pie Bake Cardigan Natasha Robarge PLUS SIZE DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 39 (43½, 47¾, 53, 56¼)" bust circumference. Sample shown measures 39", modeled with 6" positive ease.

YARN Kelbourne Woolens Scout (100% wool; 274 yd [251 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]; ): #330 meadow heather, 6 (6, 6, 7, 7) skeins.

NOTIONS Stitch markers (m), 10; 1" buttons, 6; yarn needle.

GAUGE 15 dc and 7½ rows = 4" with larger hook.

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. —Cardigan is worked seamlessly top down with A-line shaping for lower body. Move markers up as work progresses.

D

E

F

Right front cable (worked over 10 sts) Row 1: (RS) Dc in next 4 dc, FPtr around next 6 dc. Row 2: BPtr around next 2 post

G

A: 42¼ (46½, 51, 56¼, 59½)" H

C: 8½ (8½, 8½, 9½, 9½)"

C

STITCH GUIDE Front post double treble crochet (FPdtr): Yo 3 times, insert hook from

B: 16"

I J B

body

K

front to back to front around post of indicated st, yo, pull up lp, [yo, draw through 2 lps] 4 times.

D: 4¾" E: 4 (4½, 5, 5½, 6)" F: 8¾" G: 1" H: 16" I: 9½ (9½, 10, 11¼, 11¾)" J: 13½ (13½, 13½, 15, 15)"

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1>

Stitch key

3> <2 1>

= chain (ch)

= BPtr

= double crochet (dc)

= FPdtr

= dtr < 11

< 11 10 >

10 >

= BPdtr = FPtr = marked st

<9

<9 8>

8>

<7

<7

RIGHT BACK SHOULDER

6>

rep for patt

6>

rep for patt

rep for patt

<2

rep for patt

straight cable

Fall Spice

3>

straight cable

Right front cable

Left front cable

<5 4>

<5 4>

With larger hook, ch 18 (20, 22, 24, 26). Row 1: (RS) Dc in 4th ch from hook (skipped ch count as first dc) and in each rem ch across, turn—16 (18, 20, 22, 24) dc.

<3

<3

Join back shoulders Row 2: (WS) Ch 3, dc across to beg ch 3,

2>

2>

<1

<1

10 sts

10 sts

3 dc in top of beg 3 skipped ch, ch 22 loosely for back neck, hold left back shoulder with WS facing, sl st in top of beg ch 3 of Row 2 of left back shoulder—18 (20, 22, 24, 26) dc each side, 22 ch for back neck. Fasten off.

RIGHT FRONT SHOULDER 3> <2 1> < 11

rep for patt

straight cable

Back cable

Row 1: (RS) Holding right back shoulder with foundation ch at top and RS facing, join yarn with sl st in rem lp of first foundation ch, ch 3, dc in next ch and in each rem ch across, turn—15 (17, 19, 21, 23) dc. Row 2: Ch 3, dc across. Fasten off.

LEFT FRONT SHOULDER Row 1: (RS) Holding left back shoulder

10 > <9 8> <7

rep for patt

6> <5 4>

2> <1

32 sts

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ADD SLEEVES Row 3: (RS) Ch 3, dc across rem 14 (16, 18,

<3

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with foundation ch at top and RS facing, join yarn with sl st in rem lp of first foundation ch, ch 3, dc in next ch and in each rem ch across, turn—15 (17, 19, 21, 23) dc. Row 2: Ch 3, dc across, turn.

20, 22) dc on left front shoulder, rotate piece 90 degrees to work in row-ends for left sleeve, 3 dc in next 4 dc row-ends, mark first dc worked in first row-end for left front raglan and last dc worked in last row-end for left back raglan, rotate piece 90 degrees, dc in next 18 (20, 22, 24, 26) dc on left back shoulder, dc in next 22 back neck ch, dc in next 18 (20, 22, 24, 26) dc on right back shoulder, rotate piece 90 degrees to work in row-ends for right sleeve, 3 dc in next 4 dc row-ends, mark first dc worked in first row-end for right back raglan and last dc worked in last row-end for right front raglan, rotate


Beg back cable

3 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 5 of back cable to next m, dc across to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last st, (2 dc, tr) in last st, ch 11 for right front edge cable, turn—11 right front ch and 164 (172, 180, 188, 196) sts: 21 (23, 25, 27, 29) sts each front, 32 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts. With a separate length of yarn and larger hook, ch 11 for left front edge cable, with RS facing, sl st in top of beg ch 4 of Row 9 of left front. Fasten off.

last dc, turn—194 (210, 218, 226, 234) sts: 32 (36, 38, 40, 42) sts each front, 36 sts each sleeve, 58 (66, 70, 74, 78) back sts. Row 14: Ch 3, work Row 4 of right front cable to next m, *dc across to last st before next m, 2 dc in next dc, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made, 2 dc in next dc**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 4 of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 4 of left front cable to last st, dc in last dc, turn—202 (218, 226, 234,

Row 5: Ch 3, dc across to next m, *3 dc in

marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 3 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made**, dc in next 13 (15, 17, 19, 21) dc, mark last dc made, work Row 1 of back cable (see Stitch Guide) across next 32 dc, dc in next dc, mark last dc made, dc across rem 12 (14, 16, 18, 20) dc to next m, rep from * to **, dc across, turn—128 (136, 144, 152, 160) sts: 15 (17, 19, 21, 23) sts each front, 20 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts.

Beg front neck shaping Row 6: (WS) Ch 3, dc in first dc, dc across to next m, *2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 2 of back cable to next m, dc across to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last dc, 2 dc in last dc, turn—134 (142, 150, 158, 166) sts: 16 (18, 20, 22, 24) sts each front, 22 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts. Row 7: Ch 3, dc in first dc, dc across to next m, *3 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 3 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 3 of back cable to next m, dc across to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last dc, 2 dc in last dc, turn—144 (152, 160, 168, 176) sts: 17 (19, 21, 23, 25) sts each front, 26 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts. Row 8: Ch 4 (counts as tr), 2 dc in first dc, dc across to next m, *2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 4 of back cable to next m, dc across to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last dc, (2 dc, tr) in last dc, turn—152 (160, 168, 176, 184) sts: 19 (21, 23, 25, 27) sts each front, 28 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts.

End front neck shaping Row 9: Ch 4, 2 dc in first st, dc across to next m, *3 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m,

Row 10: (WS) Ch 3, dc in 5th ch from hook

(skipped ch count as foundation ch, dc), dc in rem 9 ch, dc in next tr, mark last dc made, dc across to next m, *2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 6 of back cable to next m, dc across to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last dc, dc in top of beg ch-4 of Row 9 and same st as sl st join of ch 11, mark last dc made, dc in each of 11 ch, turn—11 sts added to each front, 190 (198, 206, 214, 222) sts: 32 (34, 36, 38, 40) sts each front, 34 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts.

Beg front edge cables Row 11: Ch 3, work Row 1 of left front cable (see Stitch Guide) across next 10 sts to next m, dc across to next back cable m, dc in marked dc, work Row 7 of back cable to next m, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 1 of right front cable (see Stitch Guide) across next 10 sts to last st, dc in last dc, turn.

Beg armhole shaping Row 12: Ch 3, work Row 2 of right front

cable to next m, *dc across to last st before next m, 1 (2, 2, 2, 2) dc in next dc, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made, 1 (2, 2, 2, 2) dc in next dc**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 2 of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 2 of left front cable to last st, dc in last dc, turn—194 (206, 214, 222, 230) sts: 32 (35, 37, 39, 41) sts each front, 36 sts each sleeve, 58 (64, 68, 72, 76) back sts. Row 13: Ch 3, work Row 3 of left front cable to next m, *dc across to last st before next m, 1 (2, 2, 2, 2) dc in next dc, dc across to next m, 1 (2, 2, 2, 2) dc in st after marked dc**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 3 of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 3 of right front cable to last st, dc in Interweave Crochet • www.interweave.com

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piece 90 degrees, dc in next 15 (17, 19, 21, 23) dc on right front shoulder, turn—112 (120, 128, 136, 144) sts: 15 (17, 19, 21, 23) sts each front, 12 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts. Row 4: Ch 3, [dc across to next m, 3 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 3 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made] 2 times, dc across to end, turn—120 (128, 136, 144, 152) sts: 15 (17, 19, 21, 23) sts each front, 16 sts each sleeve, 58 (62, 66, 70, 74) back sts.


Fall Spice

next m, (2 dc, tr) in next st, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made, (tr, 2 dc) in next st**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 7 of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 7 of right front cable to last st, dc in last dc, turn—270 (278) sts: 46 (48) sts each front, 46 sts each sleeve, 86 (90) back sts. Row 18: Ch 3, work Row 2 of right front cable to next m, *dc across to last st before next m, (2 dc, tr) in next st, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc worked, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made, (tr, 2 dc) in next st**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 2 of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 2 of left front cable to last st, dc in last dc, turn—282 (290) sts: 48 (50) sts each front, 48 sts each sleeve, 90 (94) back sts.

All sizes:

Separate sleeves and body:

242) sts: 33 (37, 39, 41, 43) sts each front, 38 sts each sleeve, 60 (68, 72, 76, 80) back sts. Row 15: Ch 3, work Row 5 of left front cable to next m, *dc across to last st before next m, 2 (2, 3, 2, 2) dc in next dc, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to first dc made, dc across to next m, 2 dc in marked dc and move m up to last dc made, 2 (2, 3, 2, 2) dc in next dc**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 5 of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 5 of right front cable to last st, dc in last dc, turn—210 (226, 238, 242, 250) sts: 34 (38, 41, 42, 44) sts each front, 40 sts each sleeve, 62 (70, 76, 78, 82) back sts. Row 16: Ch 3, work Row 6 of right front cable to next m, *dc across to last st before next m, (2 dc, tr) in next dc, (tr, 2 dc) in marked dc and move m up to first tr made, dc across to next m, (2 dc, tr) in marked dc and move m up to last tr made, (tr, 2 dc) in next dc**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work Row 6 of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work Row 6 of left front cable to last st, dc in last dc, turn—226 (242, 254, 258, 266) sts: 36 (40, 43, 44, 46) sts each front, 44 sts each sleeve, 66 (74, 80, 82, 86) back sts.

Sizes 53 (56¼)" only: Row 17: Ch 3, work Row 7 of left front

cable to next m, *dc across to last st before 40

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Note: When working last fdc of each group, insert hook in bottom lp of last fdc and next dc joining them together. Row 1: (RS) Ch 3, work next row of left front cable across to next m, *dc across to next m (last dc in tr), 8 (8, 10, 10, 12) fdc, sk next 44 (44, 44, 48, 48) sleeve sts, dc in next tr, move raglan m to 4 (4, 5, 5, 6)th and 5 (5, 6, 6, 7)th fdc just made for side seam**, dc across to next m, work next row of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work next row of right front cable to last st, dc in last dc, turn—154 (170, 186, 206, 218) sts rem: 40 (44, 48, 53, 56) sts each front, 74 (82, 90, 100, 106) back sts. Row 2: Ch 3, work next row of right front cable to next m, dc across to next back cable m, dc in marked dc, work next row of back cable to next m, dc across to next front cable m, dc in marked dc, work next row of left front cable to last dc, dc in last dc, turn. Rows 3–7: Work even in patt as est. Row 8 (inc): Ch 3, work next row of right front cable to next m, *dc across to last 4 sts before next marked dc, 2 dc in next dc, dc in next 8 dc, 2 dc in next dc**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, work next row of back cable to next m, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, work next row of left front cable to last dc, dc in last dc, turn—158 (174, 190, 210, 222) sts: 41 (45, 49, 54, 57) sts each front, 76 (84, 92, 102, 108) back sts. Rows 9–15: Work even in patt as est. Row 16 (inc): Rep Row 8—162 (178, 194, 214, 226) sts: 42 (46, 50, 55, 58) sts each front, 78 (86, 94, 104, 110) back sts. Rows 17–23 (23, 23, 21, 21): Work even in patt as est, ending with

Row 5 of cable patt on last row.

Beg straight cable section Row 1 (inc): (WS) Ch 3, BPtr around next

2 dc, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, *dc across to 4 sts before next marked dc, 2 dc in next dc, dc in next 8 dc, 2 dc in next dc**, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, dc in next 2 dc, [BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 4 dc] 3 times, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, rep from * to **, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in last dc, turn—166 (182, 198, 218, 230) sts: 43 (47, 51, 56, 59) sts each front, 80 (88, 96, 106, 112) back sts. Row 2: Ch 3, FPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, FPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, dc across to next cable m, dc in marked dc, dc in next 2 dc, [FPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 4 dc] 3 times, FPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, dc in next 2 dc, FPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, FPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in last dc, turn. Row 3: Ch 3, BPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, dc across to next m, dc in marked dc, dc in next 2 dc, [BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 4 dc] 3 times, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, dc across to last m, dc in marked dc, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in last dc, turn. Rows 4–6 (6, 6, 8, 8): Rep Rows 2–3 one (one, one, two, two) times, then work Row 2 once more.

Hem ribbing Row 1: (WS) Ch 3, BPtr around next 2 post

sts, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 4 post sts, [dc in next dc, BPtr around next dc] across, ending with dc in last dc before next post st, [BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 4 dc] 3 times, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in first st after last post st, cont with dc or BPtr in hem ribbing to mirror hem ribbing before back cable across to last 9 sts, ending with dc before next post st, BPtr around next 4 post sts, dc in next 2 dc, BPtr around next 2 post sts, dc in last dc, turn. Row 2: Ch 1, sl st in each post st and sc in each dc across. Fasten off.

SLEEVES Rnd 1: With RS facing and larger hook,

join yarn with sl st in 4 (4, 5, 5, 6)th fdc of underarm, ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in next 3 (3, 4, 4, 5) fdc to 1 st before corner, dc3tog inserting hook in next fdc, corner, and first dc of sleeve, pm in st just made, dc across next 42 (42, 42, 46, 46) sleeve sts


FINISHING

Neck edging Row 1: With RS facing, join yarn with sl st

in first st of right buttonband, ch 3, FPtr around next 6 post sts, dc in next 4 dc, dc2tog over next 2 row-ends, dc in same row-end as last leg of dc2tog, work 2 dc in each row-end around to back neck, dc across back neck, work 2 dc in each rowend across to last 2 row-ends, dc in next row-end, dc2tog in same and next rowend, dc in next 4 dc, FPtr around next 6 post sts, dc in last dc, turn. Row 2: With smaller hook, ch 3, BPtr around next 6 post sts, dc in next dc, *BPtr around next dc, dc in next dc; rep from * across to last 7 sts, BPtr around next 6 post sts, dc in last dc, turn. Row 3: Ch 1, sl st in each post st and sc in each dc across to last st, sl st in last st. Fasten off.

NOTES â&#x20AC;&#x201D;See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/ iwc-glossary. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Work in continuous rounds. Do not join or turn unless otherwise stated. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Chain-1 spaces are counted as stitches unless otherwise stated.

COWL Foundation rnd: 106 fsc, being careful

HOOK Size L/11 (8 mm). Adjust

not to twist rnd, sl st in top of first fsc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;106 sts. Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as hdc, ch 1), *sk next st, hdc in next st, ch 1; rep from * around, sk last st, sl st in 2nd ch of beg ch 3 to join. Rnd 2: Working over ch-1 sp, hdc in skipped sc of foundation rnd, ch 1, *sk next hdc, working over next ch-1 sp, hdc in skipped sc of foundation rnd, ch 1; rep from * around. Do not join (see Notes). Rnd 3: *Sk next hdc, working over next ch-1 sp, hdc in next ch-1 sp 2 rnds below, ch 1; rep from * around. Next rnds: Rep Rnd 3 until cowl measures about 19½" tall from beg. Last rnd: *Sk next hdc, hdc in next ch-1 sp 2 rnds below, sc in next ch-1 sp 1 rnd below; rep from * around, sl st in top of first hdc of rnd to join. Fasten off.

hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

FINISHING

Harvester Cowl Kylie Lamb DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 53" circumference and 20" tall.

YARN Patons Alpaca Blend (distributed by Spinrite) (60% acrylic, 22% wool, 10% nylon, 8% alpaca; 155 yd [142 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; ): #1008 black cherry, 5 skeins.

NOTIONS Yarn needle. GAUGE 8 sts and 9 rows = 4" in patt.

Weave in ends. Block if desired. íˇ&#x20AC;

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Block. Weave in ends. Sew buttons to first 2 front edge post sts of left front cable band, using photo for button placement. Use sps bet matching 2 front edge post sts of right front cable band as buttonholes. íˇ&#x20AC;

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to last st before next corner, dc3tog inserting hook in next dc, corner, and first fdc of body, pm in st just made, dc in rem 2 (2, 3, 3, 4) fdc, sl st in top of beg ch 3 to join, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;50 (50, 52, 56, 58) dc. Rnd 2 (dec): Ch 3, dc around to last dc before m, dc2tog (next st and marked st), move m to last st made, dc around to marked dc, dc2tog (marked st and next st), move m to last st made, dc around, sl st in top of beg ch 3 to join, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;48 (48, 50, 54, 56) dc rem. Rnds 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;29: Ch 3, dc around, sl st in top of beg ch 3 to join, turn. At the same time, dec 2 sts on Rnds 7, 12, 17, 22, 27, and 30 as follows: Ch 3, dc2tog, dc around to last 3 sts, dc2tog, dc in last dc, sl st in top of beg ch 3, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;36 (36, 38, 42, 44) sts rem at end of last rnd. Rnd 30: (WS) Ch 3, BPtr around next dc, *dc in next dc, BPtr around next dc; rep from * around, sl st in top of beg ch 3 to join, turn. Rnd 31: Ch 1, sl st in each post st and sc in each dc across, sl st in top of beg ch 3 to join. Fasten off.


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â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Hat is worked from brim to crown in joined, turned rounds. Edging is worked once hat is complete.

STITCH GUIDE Front post puff stitch (FP puff): [Yo, insert hook from front to back to front around indicated st, yo, pull up lp] 3 times (7 lps on hook), yo, draw through 6 lps, yo, draw through last 2 lps on hook.

Beginning double crochet 3 together (beg dc3tog): Ch 2, dc2tog in same st as join and in next st.

Coriander Puff Hat Natasha Robarge DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 18 (20¼, 22½)" brim circumference.

YARN Plymouth Yarn Galway Worsted (100% wool; 210 yd [192 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; ): #756 sunflower heather, 1 ball.

HOOK Sizes G/6 (4.25 mm), G/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Yarn needle. GAUGE 15 sts and 9 rnds = 4" in patt with larger hook.

NOTES â&#x20AC;&#x201D;See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary.

Beginning front post double crochet 2 together (beg FPdc2tog): Ch 2, FPdc around first BPdc.

turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;18 (20, 22) FP puffs rem. Rnd 17 (19, 19): Ch 3, BPdc around each st around, sl st in first dc to join, turn. Rnd 18 (20, 20): Ch 2, FPdc around first BPdc (counts as FPdc2tog), FPdc2tog around, sl st in first dc to join, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;10 (11, 12) sts rem. Fasten off, leaving a 6" long end for sewing.

EDGING With RS facing and smaller hook, join yarn with sl st in rem lp of foundation ch. Rnd 1: (RS) Ch 3, BPdc around next dc of Rnd 1 of Hat, [FPdc around next dc, BPdc around next dc] around, sl st in first dc to join, turn. Rnd 2: Ch 3, [FPdc around next dc, BPdc around next dc] around, sl st in first dc to join, fasten off.

FINISHING

HAT With larger hook, ch 68 (76, 86), sl st in first ch to form ring, being careful not to twist ch, do not turn. Rnd 1: (RS) Ch 3 (counts as dc throughout), dc in next ch and in each rem ch across, sl st in first dc to join, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;68 (76, 84) dc. Rnd 2: Ch 3, dc in next dc, FP puff (see Stitch Guide) around next st, [dc in next 3 dc, FP puff around next st] around to last dc, dc in last dc, sl st in first dc to join, turn. Rnd 3: Ch 3, dc in next dc, BPdc around next FP puff, [dc in next 3 dc, BPdc around next FP puff] around to last dc, dc in last dc, sl st in first dc to join, turn. Rnds 4â&#x20AC;&#x201C;13 (15, 15): Rep Rnds 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 five (six, six) times. Rnd 14 (16, 16): Beg dc3tog (see Stitch Guide), FP puff around next st, [dc3tog, FP puff around next st] around, sk last dc, sl st in first st to join, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;34 (40, 42) sts rem. Rnd 15 (17, 17): Ch 3, [BPdc around next FP puff, dc in next st] around, sl st in first dc to join, turn. Rnd 16 (18, 18): Ch 3, [FP puff in next BPdc, sk next dc] around, sl st in first dc to join,

Thread yarn needle with long end and weave through sts on last rnd at crown of hat, pulling tight to secure. Weave in ends. Block as desired. í·&#x20AC;

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Reduced hat patt 18 (20, 20) > < 17 (19, 19) 16 (18, 18) >

Stitch key < 15 (17, 17)

rep 5 (6, 6) times

<3

= double crochet (dc) = FPdc

2>

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= FP puff

= chain (ch)

14 (16, 16) >

42

= slip stitch (sl st)

<1

= BPdc

= dc3tog

= FPdc2tog

= patt rep


NOTES

STITCH GUIDE

Sizes 41 (45)" only:

Rib half double crochet (rhdc): Yo,

Rows 14–17: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

insert hook in front horizontal bar of next st, yo, pull up lp, yo, draw through all 3 lps on hook.

Size 51" only:

Deciduous Tunic

Rib half double crochet two together (rhdc2tog): [Yo, insert hook in front

Alla Koval

horizontal bar of next st, yo, pull up lp] 2 times, yo, draw through all lps on hook—1 st dec’d.

PLUS SIZE DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 37 (41, 45, 51, 55)"

Size 55" only:

All sizes: Row 14 (18, 18, 22, 26): (WS) Ch 1, rhdc

across, turn. Separate for front and back.

BODY

YARN Zitron Finest Royal Alpaca

across, turn.

Rows 14–25: Rep Rows 2–7 two times— 242 rhdc at end of last row.

Join with single crochet (sc-join): Place slipknot on hook, insert hook in indicated st, yo and pull up a lp, yo and draw through both lps on hook.

bust circumference. Sample shown measures 37", modeled with 3½" positive ease.

Rows 14–19: Rep Rows 2–7—240 rhdc at end of last row. Rows 20–21: Ch 1, rhdc

Left front side panel

BACK

HOOK Size G/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook

Ch 82. Row 1: (RS) Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turn— 80 hdc. Rows 2–5: Ch 1 (does not count as st throughout), rhdc (see Stitch Guide) across, turn.

size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Sizes 45 (51, 55)" only:

NOTIONS Stitch markers (m), 4;

Rows 6–7: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

Row 1: (RS) Ch 1, rhdc across to m, turn, leaving rem sts including marked st unworked—117 (117, 122, 127, 128) rhdc. Row 2: Ch 17 for collar, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across, rhdc across, turn—15 hdc, 117 (117, 122, 127, 128) rhdc. Rows 3–33 (33, 37, 41, 41): Ch 1, rhdc across, turn. Fasten off at end of last row, leaving 25" tail.

(distributed by Skacel) (100% royal alpaca; 109 yd [100 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]; ): #6062 mossy path, 12 (15, 18, 21, 25) balls.

safety pins, 12; yarn needle.

All sizes:

GAUGE 20 rhdc and 16 rows = 4", blocked.

H

Left shoulder

FRONT

Set-up row: (WS) Ch 1, rhdc across first

Row 1: (RS) With RS facing, join yarn with

25 sts, leaving rem sts unworked—25 rhdc. Row 1: Ch 193 (193, 203, 211, 211),

sl st in top of collar, ch 2, working in rem lps of beg collar ch, hdc in each ch across, rhdc

I A: 14¼ (16, 16¾, 19½, 21¼)"

G F

B: (1, 1½, 1½, 1½)" C: 3" D: 5"

front & back

E

J

E: 15 (15, 16, 17, 17)" F: ½ (½, ½, ½, ¾)" G: 3" H: 2¾ (3¾, 3¾, 4½, 5½)"

D

I: 7¼ (7¼, 8¼, 9, 9)" C

J: 11" B

A

B

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—Top is worked in one piece from left side to right side. Side panel strips that get twisted and sewn to side edges of front and back are integrated as piece is worked. Move marker up as work progresses.

hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, pm in 116th (116th, 121st, 125th, 125th) hdc, rhdc across last 25 sts, turn—191 (191, 201, 209, 209) hdc, 25 rhdc. Rows 2–6: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn. Row 7 (inc): (RS) Ch 1, rhdc across to last st before m, 2 rhdc in next rhdc, rhdc in next rhdc, 2 rhdc in next rhdc, rhdc across, turn—2 sts inc’d. Rows 8–13: Rep Rows 2–7—220 (220, 230, 238, 238) rhdc at end of last row.

—See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary.


end

back

left back side panel

right back side panel

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back

front

4 sts 6 sts 8 sts 6 sts

front

8 sts

left front side panel

right front side panel

beg

sew

in marked st, rhdc across front, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;15 hdc, 103 (103, 108, 113, 114) rhdc. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;33 (33, 37, 41, 41): Ch 1, rhdc across, turn. Do not fasten off at end of last row.

Collar right side seam Hold back and front pieces with RS tog. Mark 15th st of collar. Using yarn tail, sl st seam across to m and including marked st, inserting hook through both thicknesses. Fasten off.

Right back side panel turn, leaving rem sts unworkedâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;40 rhdc. Row 1: Ch 57, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across, rhdc across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;55 hdc, 40 rhdc. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

Pin panels to front and back side of body at marked st and next 4th st, *sk next 6Â unjoined sts, pin panel to body at first and 8th of rem unjoined st; rep from * once. With WS facing, whipstitch panels to body. Mark 8th st of last rep on each side.

Sizes 45 (51, 55)" only:

Neck edging

Rows 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;7: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

Rnd 1: (RS) With RS facing, sc-join (see

Set-up row: (WS) Ch 1, rhdc in next 40 sts,

All sizes: Fasten off at end of last row.

Rejoin front and back.

Right front side panel Right shoulder Set-up row: (WS) Ch 1, rhdc across 103

(103, 108, 113, 114) front sts, then cont across 117 (117, 122, 127, 128) back sts, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;220 (220, 230, 240, 242) rhdc. With RS facing, pm in 118th (118th, 123rd, 128th, 129th) rhdc. Row 1 (dec): (RS) Ch 1, rhdc across to last 2 sts before m, rhdc2tog (see Stitch Guide), rhdc in next rhdc, rhdc2tog, rhdc across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2 sts decâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn. Rows 7â&#x20AC;&#x201C;12: Rep Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6â&#x20AC;&#x201D;216 (216, 226, 236, 238) rhdc rem at end of last row.

With RS facing of right shoulder, pm in 26th st from bottom front edge. Set-up row: (RS) With RS facing, join yarn with sl st in marked st, ch 57, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across, rhdc across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;55 hdc, 25 rhdc. Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

Sizes 45 (51, 55)" only: Rows 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;7: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

All sizes: Fasten off at end of last row.

Left back side panel

Rows 13â&#x20AC;&#x201C;16: Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

With RS facing of left shoulder, pm in 41st ch of beg ch from bottom back edge. Set-up row: (RS) With RS facing, join yarn with sl st in marked st, ch 57, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch and free lps of foundation ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;95 hdc. Work same as for right front side panel.

Rows 13â&#x20AC;&#x201C;18: Rep Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6â&#x20AC;&#x201D;234 rhdc rem at end of last row. Rows 19â&#x20AC;&#x201C;20: Ch 1, rhdc

across, turn.

Size 55" only: Rows 13â&#x20AC;&#x201C;24: Rep Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 two timesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;

234 rhdc rem at end of last row.

All sizes: Row 13 (17, 17, 21, 25)â&#x20AC;&#x201C;14 (18, 18, 22, 26): Ch 1, rhdc across, turn.

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Armhole edging Rnd 1: With RS facing, sc-join yarn in

bottom of armhole, sc evenly spaced around, sl st in first sc to join. Rnd 2: Rep Rnd 2 of neck edging.

Front edging

Sizes 41 (45)" only: Size 51" only:

Stitch Guide) yarn in top of collar edge, working in row-ends, sc evenly spaced around, sl st in first sc to join. Rnd 2: Working from left to right, ch 1, rev sc around, sl st in beg ch to join. Fasten off.

FINISHING

Close right and left sides With WS facing, pm in 31st (31st, 36th, 40th, 40th) st on each side from center of shoulder. Twist panels 3 times and whipstitch top 4 sts of open ends of both panels tog.

Row 1: With RS facing, sc-join yarn in marked st on front side edge, sc in each st along side edge, sc evenly spaced along bottom row edge and in each st along other side to m, working 3 sc in each corner. Row 2: Working from left to right, ch 1, rev sc across. Fasten off.

Back edging Work same as front edging. Block. Weave in ends. íˇ&#x20AC;

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(see Stitch Guide)] 9 (11, 13, 15, 17, 19) times, dc in next ch-1 sp, turn, leaving rem sts unworked—9 (11, 13, 15, 17, 19) 3-dc cl. Row 2: (WS) Ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl, [2 sc in next ch-2 sp, ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl] across to last ch-1 sp, sc in next ch-1 sp, sc in last dc, turn. Row 3 (dec): Ch 4, [mesh] across to last ch-1 sp, 3-dc cl in next ch-1 sp, dc in beg ch-1 sp of last row, turn—8 (10, 12, 14, 16, 18) 3-dc cl rem. Row 4: Rep Row 2. Row 5 (dec): Ch 4, [mesh] across to last ch-1 sp, 3-dc cl in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, dc in beg ch 1, turn—7 (9, 11, 13, 15, 17) 3-dc cl rem. Row 6: Work Row 2 of mesh patt. Rows 7–10: Work Rows 3–4 of mesh patt 2 times. Fasten off.

Mesh patt (multiple of 3 sts + 1) Foundation row: For swatch, fsc 16. Row 1:

Grille Pullover Amy Gunderson PLUS SIZE DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 35¾ (40¾, 45¾, 51, 56, 61)" bust circumference. Sample shown measures 40¾", modeled with 7¼" ease.

YARN Universal Yarn Deluxe DK Superwash (100% superwash wool; 284 yd [259 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; ): #843 rust heather, 5 (6, 7, 7, 8, 9) balls.

(RS) Ch 4 (counts as dc, ch 1 throughout), sk next 2 sc, [3-dc cl (see above) in next sc, ch 2, sk next 2 sc (counts as 1 mesh)] across to last sc, dc in last sc, turn—four 3-dc cl. Row 2: (WS) Ch 1, sc in first dc, sc in next ch-sp, ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl, [2 sc in next ch-2 sp, ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl] across to last ch-1 sp, sc in next ch-1 sp, sc in 3rd ch of beg ch 4, turn. Row 3: Ch 4, sk next sc, [mesh (see above)] across to last ch-1 sp, 3-dc cl in last ch-1 sp, ch 2, sk next sc, dc in last sc, turn. Row 4: Rep Row 2. Rep Rows 3–4 for patt.

With RS facing, sk center 7 ch-1 sps, join yarn with sl st in next ch-1 sp. Row 1: (RS) Ch 3 (counts as dc), sk next 2 sc, [mesh] across to last sc, dc in last sc, turn—9 (11, 13, 15, 17, 19) 3-dc cl. Row 2: (WS) Ch 1, sc in first dc, sc in next ch-sp, ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl, [2 sc in next ch-2 sp, ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl] across to last ch-2 sp, 2 sc in next ch-2 sp, sc in last 3-dc cl, turn. Row 3 (dec): Ch 3, sk next 2 sc, [mesh] across to last sc, dc in last sc, turn—8 (10, 12, 14, 16, 18) 3-dc cl rem. Row 4: Rep Row 2. Row 5

Foundation row: Fsc 85 (97, 109, 121, 133, 145). Row 1: (RS) Work Row 1 of mesh patt

(see Stitch Guide)—27 (31, 35, 39, 43, 47) 3-dc cl. Rows 2–4: Work Rows 2–4 of mesh patt. Rows 5 –50 (52, 54, 56, 60, 60): Rep Rows 3–4 of mesh patt 23 (24, 25, 26, 28, 28) times.

Left front SHAPE NECK Row 1 (dec): (RS) Ch 4, sk next sc, [mesh

Mesh patt

Stitch key

4>

size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

in mesh patt.

SHAPE NECK

FRONT

HOOK Size 7 (4.5 mm). Adjust hook

NOTIONS Yarn needle. GAUGE 6 mesh and 9½ rows = 4"

Right front

<3 2>

rep for patt

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Mesh: 3-dc cl (see above) in next ch-1 sp, ch 2, sk next 2 sc.

= foundation single crochet (fsc) = chain (ch) = single crochet (sc)

<1

= double crochet (dc)

foundation >

D

E

= 3-dc cl

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. —Front, back, and sleeves are worked flat from the bottom up. An edging that resembles knitted I-cord is added to the sleeves, neck, and hem.

F

C

I

FRONT & BACK B

SLEEVE H

STITCH GUIDE Three double crochet cluster (3-dc cl): [Yo, insert hook in indicated st or sp, yo, pull up a lp, yo, draw through 2 lps] 3 times (4 lps on hook), yo, draw through all 4 lps on hook.

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A

G A: 19 (21½, 24¼, 27, 29½, 32¼)"

F: 2½"

B: 21 (22, 22¾, 23½, 25¼, 25¼)"

G: 8½ (9, 9, 9¾, 9¾, 10¼)"

C: 4¼"

H: 16¾"

D: 5 (6¼, 7½, 8¾, 10, 11¼)"

I: 13½ (14, 15¼, 16, 17¼, 17¾)"

E: 7"


Sleeve edging Rnd 1: Hdc-join in sleeve seam, 40 (43,

43, 46, 46, 49) hdc across foundation row, sl st in first hdc to join. Rnd 2: Ch 1, BPhdc around, sl st in first BPhdc to join. Rnd 3: Sl st loosely around, sl st in first sl st to join. Fasten off.

Hem edging Rnd 1: Hdc-join in side seam, 170 (194,

218, 242, 266, 290) hdc across foundation row, sl st in first hdc to join. Rnd 2: Ch 1, BPhdc around, sl st in first BPhdc to join. Rnd 3: Sl st loosely around, sl st in first sl st to join. Fasten off. Weave in ends. Block edgings. í·&#x20AC; (dec): Ch 4, sk next 2 sc, [mesh] across to

last st, dc in last sc, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;7 (9, 11, 13, 15, 17) 3-dc cl rem. Row 6: Work Row 2 of mesh patt. Rows 7â&#x20AC;&#x201C;10: Work Rows 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4 of mesh patt 2 times. Fasten off.

BACK Foundation row: Fsc 85 (97, 109, 121, 133, 145). Row 1: Work Row 1 of mesh

pattâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;27 (31, 35, 39, 43, 47) 3-dc cl. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4: Work Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4 of mesh patt. Rows 5â&#x20AC;&#x201C;54 (56, 58, 60, 64, 64): Rep Rows 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4 of mesh patt 25 (26, 27, 28, 30, 30) times.

cl, 2 sc in next ch-2 sp, [ch 1, 2 sc in next ch-2 sp] across to last 3-dc cl, ch 2, sk last 3-dc cl and ch-1 sp, sc in 3rd ch of beg ch 4, turn. Row 5: Ch 5 (counts as dc, ch 2), 3-dc cl in ch-2 sp, ch 2, [mesh] across to last ch-2 sp, 3-dc cl in last ch-2 sp, ch 2, dc in last sc, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2 sts incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Row 6: Ch 1, sc in first dc, sc in next ch-2 sp, [ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl, 2 sc in next ch-2 sp] across to last 3-dc cl, ch 1, sk last 3-dc cl, sc in next ch-2 sp, sc in 3rd ch of beg ch-5, turn. Rows 7â&#x20AC;&#x201C;10: Rep Rows 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4 of mesh patt 2 times.

Amy Gunderson lives in Reno, Nevada, with her husband and their two cuddly dogs. She works as yarn director for Jimmy Beans Wool and was previously the creative director for Universal Yarn. Amy also does a variety of freelance knit and crochet design as well as graphic and technical editing. Find her on Instagram @amyyounggunderson.

Sizes 35¾ (40¾)" only: Rows 11â&#x20AC;&#x201C;28: Rep Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 of sleeve

Right back

incâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;18 sts incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d at the end of the last row.

SHAPE NECK Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Work Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 of left front

Sizes 45¾ (51)" only:

shape neck. Fasten off.

Rows 11â&#x20AC;&#x201C;34: Rep Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 of sleeve

incâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;24 sts incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d at end of last row.

Left back SHAPE NECK Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Work Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 of right front

Sizes 56 (61)" only:

shape neck. Fasten off.

incâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;30 sts incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d at end of last row.

SLEEVES

All sizes:

Foundation row: Fsc 40 (43, 43, 46, 46, 49). Row 1: Work Row 1 of mesh pattâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;12 (13, 13, 14, 14, 15) 3-dc cl. Row 2: Work Row 2

Next rows: Work even in mesh patt until

of mesh patt.

Sleeve inc Row 1: (RS) Ch 3 (counts as dc), 3-dc cl in first st, ch 2, [mesh] across to last sc, [3-dc cl, dc] in last sc, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2 sts incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Row 2: (WS) Ch 1, sc in first dc, [ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl, 2 sc in next ch-2 sp] across to last ch-2 sp, 2 sc in next ch-2 sp, ch 1, sk next 3-dc cl, sc in 3rd ch of beg ch-3, turn. Row 3: Ch 4, 3-dc cl in first ch-1 sp, ch 2, [mesh] across to last ch-1 sp, 3-dc cl in last ch-1 sp, ch 1, dc in last sc, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;2 st incâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first dc, ch 2, sk next ch-1 sp and next 3-dc

Rows 11â&#x20AC;&#x201C;40: Rep Rows 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4 of sleeve

piece measures 16¾" from beg, ending with WS Row 4 of mesh patt. Fasten off.

FINISHING Weave in ends. Block pieces to finished measurements. Sew shoulder seams. Fold sleeves in half and sew to body, centering last row of sleeve with shoulder seam. Sew sleeve and side seams.

Neck edging Rnd 1: Beg at right shoulder, hdc-join

(see Stitch Guide) in seam, 80 hdc evenly spaced around, working 1 hdc in each sc row-end and 2 hdc in each dc row-end, sl st in first hdc to join. Rnd 2: Ch 1, BPhdc Interweave Crochet â&#x20AC;¢ www.interweave.com

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—To prevent drift, cables are shifted to the left every fourth row. —When working drift correction rounds, make sure to work in correct cable.

STITCH GUIDE Cable loop (cable lp): Lp drawn up to form part of a cable. Does not count as a st.

Live loop (LL): Lp left on hook or stitch holder to be used later.

Cable beginning (cable beg): Insert

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hook in indicated st, yo, pull up lp, [yo, insert hook in same st, yo, pull up lp] 2 times (6 lps on hook), drop sts and put middle 4 sts on holder, pull last lp through working lp.

Cable: Pull up lp in each cable lp (see

DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 5½" wide and 62" long, excluding fringe.

YARN Mountain Meadow Wool Cody (100% Mountain Merino Rambouillet wool; 185 yd [169 m]/2 oz [56 g]; ): sorrel, 7 hanks.

HOOK Size H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Stitch markers (m), 13; stitch holders, 12; yarn needle.

GAUGE 18 hdc and 16 rows = 4" in patt, unblocked.

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. —Scarf is worked in continuous rounds unless otherwise stated. —When working in half double crochet, work in the back horizontal bar unless otherwise stated. —When told to work in top of cable, work behind cable loops just made and through top of cable on previous row unless otherwise stated. —When working in skipped half double crochet, work behind cable loops unless otherwise stated —All cables are 4-loop cables. Pull up generous cable loops to keep them the same height as the background fabric. 48

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above), keeping live lps (see above) on hook.

Join live loop (join LL): Insert hook in indicated st, pull up a lp, place 4 cable lps on holder, pull rem lp through working lp.

Left cable cross (LCC): Sk next 4 cable lps, with skipped lps in front, cable (see above) in next 4 lps, join LL (see above) in top of skipped cable, cable in skipped lps, join LL in top of second cable.

Right cable cross (RCC): Sk next 4 cable lps and next 2 hdc, with skipped lps in back, cable in next 4 lps, join LL in top of first skipped hdc, cable in skipped lps, join LL in top of 2nd skipped hdc.

SCARF Set-up row: 43 fhdc (skipped ch count as first st), pm in first st—44 fhdc. Rnd 1:

Hdc in top of skipped ch to form ring, hdc in back horizontal bar (see Notes) of next st, *cable beg (see Stitch Guide) in next st, hdc in next 2 sts, [cable beg in next st, hdc in next 3 sts] 2 times; rep from * around, hdc in last st—12 cables, 32 hdc. Rnd 2: Hdc in next 2 sts, *hdc in top of cable (see Notes), cable (see Stitch Guide), join LL (see Stitch Guide) in next hdc, sk next st, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of cable, hdc in next 3 hdc, cable, join LL in top of cable**, hdc in next 3 hdc; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, hdc in last st. Rnd 3: Hdc in next 3 sts, *LCC (see Stitch Guide), hdc across to next cable, cable, join LL in top of cable**, hdc across to next cable; rep from * around to last st, ending last rep at **, hdc in last st. Rnd 4: (drift correction) Hdc in next 3 sts, hdc in top of next cable, *cable, join LL in top of same cable**, [cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 sts and in top of next cable] 2 times; rep from *around, ending last rep

at **, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 sts and in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc. Rnd 5: *Hdc in next 3 hdc, sk next hdc, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of first and next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 hdc, cable, join LL in top of cable; rep from * around. Rnd 6: Hdc in next 3 sts and in top of first cable, *cable, join LL in next hdc, sk next hdc, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of cable and in next 3 hdc, cable, join LL in top of cable**, hdc in next 3 sts and in top of next cable; rep from * around, ending last rep at **. Rnd 7: Hdc in next 4 sts, *LCC, hdc in next 4 sts and in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 sts, LCC, hdc in next 3 sts, sk next hdc, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of cable**, hdc in next 4 sts; rep from * around, ending last rep at **. Rnd 8: (drift correction) Hdc in next 4 hdc and in top of first cable, *cable, join LL in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in (same hdc, next 4 sts, in top of next cable), cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 2 sts, cable, join LL in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in same st and in next st, sk next st, cable, join LL in skipped st**, hdc in next 5 sts and in top of next cable; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, hdc in last st. Rnd 9: Hdc in next 4 hdc, *sk next hdc, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of next 2 cables, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 5 sts and in top of next cable, RCC (see Stitch Guide), hdc in top of next 2 cables, RCC**, hdc in top of next cable and in next 5 sts; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, hdc in top of next cable and in next st. Rnd 10: Hdc across to next cable, *hdc in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc, sk next hdc, cable, join LL in skipped st, hdc in top of cable, hdc in next 5 sts, sk next st, cable, join LL in skipped


Scarf patt

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< 16 < 15

< 13 < 12 < 11 < 10 <9 <8

rep as indicated in patt

< 14

<7 <6 <5 <4 <3 <2 <1 < set-up

Stitch key = chain (ch)

= back bar only

= half double crochet (hdc)

st, hdc in top of next 2 cables, cable, join LL in next hdc, sk next hdc, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of next 2 cables, cable, join LL in next hdc**, hdc across to next cable; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, hdc in last st. Rnd 11: Hdc in next 4 sts, *sk next st, LCC, hdc in next 5 sts, sk next hdc, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of cable and in next 2 sts, LCC, hdc in next 2 sts and in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc**, hdc in same st and in next 4 sts; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, hdc in same st. Rnd 12: (drift correction) Hdc across to next cable, cable, join LL in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc, *hdc same st and in next 3 sts, sk next st, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of cable and in next 3 sts, cable, join LL in top of first cable, cable, join LL in top of next cable, hdc in next 3 sts and in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc across to next cable, cable, join LL in top of next cable, cable, join LL in next hdc; rep from * around. Rnd 13: *Hdc in next 3 sts, sk next st, cable, join LL in skipped hdc, hdc in top of next 2 cables, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 sts, cable, join LL in top of cable, hdc in next 3 sts, sk next st, cable, join LL in skipped st, hdc in top

= fhdc

= cable lp

of next 2 cables, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 sts, cable, join LL in top of cable; rep from * around. Rnd 14: *Hdc in next 3 sts and in top of next cable, *cable, join LL in next hdc, sk next st, cable, join LL in skipped st, hdc in top of cable and in next 3 sts, cable, join LL in top of cable; rep from * around, ending last rep at **. Rnd 15: Hdc in next 4 sts, *LCC, hdc across to next cable, cable, join LL in top of cable**, hdc across to next cable; rep from * around, ending last rep at **. Rnd 16: (drift correction) Hdc in next 4 sts, *cable, join LL in top of same cable**, [cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 sts and in top of next cable] 2 times; rep from *around, ending last rep at **, cable, join LL in next hdc, hdc in next 3 sts and in top of next cable, cable, join LL in top of cable. Next rnds: Rep Rnds 5â&#x20AC;&#x201C;16 until scarf measures 62" from beg. Bind-off rnd: *Hdc around to next cable, yo, cable, yo, draw through all lps on hook; rep from * around. Last rnd: Hdc around. Fasten off at end of last rnd.

FINISHING Fringe

Note: Incorporate tail at beg and end into fringe.*Cut two 12" lengths of yarn. Hold-

= LCC

= RCC

ing lengths tog, form a larkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s head knot in any st on end of scarf.* Rep bet * for each rem st on each end of scarf. Wash and block to finished size. í·&#x20AC;

Annette Hynes has been playing with chains since she was about seven and became serious about crochet in her high-school home economics class. By day, she is a microbial oceanographer in Seattle, Washington. Find her online at www.annettehynes.wordpress.com or on Ravelry as ANetTow.

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STITCH GUIDE Tunisian purl stitch (tps): FwP: With

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yarn in front, insert hook behind next front vertical bar, yo, pull up lp.

Tunisian simple stitch 2 together (tss2tog): Insert hook from right to left behind next 2 front vertical bars, yo, pull up lp.

Modified return pass (mod RetP): Yo, pull through 2 lps on hook.

HAT

Ridgefield Hat Moon Eldridge DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 18Ÿ (19½, 21ž)" circumference.

YARN Cloudborn Superwash Merino Fingering (distributed by Bluprint) (100% Merino; 384 yd [351 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]); ): taupe heather (MC), 2 skeins; autumn heather (CC), 1 skein.

HOOK Size H/8 (5 mm) 10" doubleended Tunisian crochet hook. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Removable stitch markers (m); yarn needle.

GAUGE 21 sts and 20 rows = 4" in tss with Tunisian hook.

NOTES â&#x20AC;&#x201D;See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Piece is worked in spiral rounds using double-ended circular Tunisiancrochet technique. A Tunisian-crochet round consists of two passes: the right-side (RS)-facing forward pass to pick up loops, and the wrong-side (WS)-facing pass to work loops off from the opposite end. The main color (MC) is always used for both the forward pass and the return pass unless otherwise stated. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;The stripes are done using the contrasting color (CC) on the return pass. After the contrasting color return pass is complete, cut contrasting color only, leaving a 4" tail.

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With MC, ch 96 (102, 114), being careful not to twist, sl st in first ch to join, place marker (pm) at beg of rnd. Set-up rnd: With MC, *pick up a lp in each ch until curve requires you to work off lps from other end of hook, turn work to WS, place another lp of MC on other end of hook (see Notes), mod RetP (see Stitch Guide) until a few lps rem unworked, turn work back to RS; rep from * aroundâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;96 (102, 114) sts. Note: Throughout piece, cont to work off sts as needed to work in the rnd. Rnds 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3: Tss

around. Rnd 4: Tps around. Rnds 5â&#x20AC;&#x201C;8: Tss around. Rnd 9: Tss around, working mod RetP with CC (see Notes). Rnds 10â&#x20AC;&#x201C;34: Rep Rnds 5â&#x20AC;&#x201C;9 five times. Rnd 35: Tss around, pm in first, 17th (18th, 20th), 33rd (35th, 39th), 49th (52nd, 58th), 65th (69th, 77th), and 81st (86th, 96th) sts. Rnds 36â&#x20AC;&#x201C;49 (50, 52) (dec): *Tss2tog, tss to next m; rep from * 5 timesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;6 sts decâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d each rnd; 12 sts rem at end of last rnd. Fasten off at end of last rnd, leaving 6" tail.

FINISHING Weave tail through rem sts, pulling tightly to close. Weave in ends. Block. íˇ&#x20AC;

MOON ELDRIDGE is originally from Inner Mongolia, China, and came to the United States in 2010. She became a U.S. citizen in 2017. She has a masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in music composition from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing and applies her creative side to knitting and crochet designs. Find her on Ravelry as mooneldridge.


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ENHANCE YOUR CRAFT Indulging Your Senses in Autumn EXPERIENCE By Kathryn Vercillo

We experience the world through our senses. All too often, though, we ignore what our senses are telling us. We attend to our thoughts and emotions while neglecting what the body teaches us. By tuning in to the senses, we can heighten the beauty of any experience. Autumn is the perfect season to practice this because there are so many richly indulgent sensations that come to us in fall. By incorporating attention to the senses into our craft experience, we can increase the benefits that we get from crafting.

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THE SENSE OF SIGHT We drink in life through our eyes. When we see a beautiful scene, we can be moved to tears. Crochet brings us so many opportunities to indulge in what our eyes can see. It all starts with the yarn, which can be so rich in color, as well as with the details of the fiber strands. It continues with the stitches; we can make such interesting patterns through our stitch choices. Plus, of course, the finished project is a sight to behold. Autumn is the perfect time to choose rich, warm colors that are a


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pleasure to look at. Think of the colors of changing tree leaves as a starting point: gold and mustard, maroon and burgundy, varied shades of brown and green. Set up your craft space with multiple points of light so that you can see the different hues in every strand. Practice mindfulness as you craft, consistently bringing your attention back to the colors at hand. You may also incorporate your sense of sight in other ways. What do you see around you while you craft? If what you see isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t inspiring, then itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to spruce up your craft space. Hang some of your favorite artwork, photos, and fiber creations. Take a moment at the start of each craft session to truly look at what you find around you.

THE SENSE OF TOUCH Touch is another sense that lends itself well to crochet. The feel of the hook in your hand, the fiber running through your fingers, and the motion of hook through yarn can bring your awareness back to your body. If you pay attention to these details, then you can really indulge in the sensory delight of crafting. Autumn is the perfect time to use your natural wood hooks. Wool is a popular yarn choice for fall because it evokes that natural feeling of the outdoors. However, you might want to look for wool blends that incorporate silk or bamboo for extra luxuriousness or softness. On the other hand, if autumn makes you think of

crackling leaves and fallen pinecones, then you might want to select novelty yarns that have a lot of texture. Thick-and-thin yarns are a great choice in that area.

cinnamon, pumpkin, apple, cloves, vanilla, and brown sugar. Make each craft session more of a sensory experience when you start it by lighting a particular scent.

THE SENSE OF SOUND

THE SENSE OF TASTE

What do you listen to while you are crocheting? Make your selections more intentional. Consider music, nature sounds, and podcasts. Autumn brings Halloween, so you might want to embrace the season by listening to scary stories. Perhaps fall makes you think of football season and you want to listen to the games. A nature soundtrack filled with squirrels, geese, and storms could inspire you. Of course, you might also opt for silence, allowing you to hear nature itself, especially if you craft outside or near an open window.

Of course, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t eat your crochet! Nevertheless, you can incorporate the sense of taste into your crafting experience to round out the five senses. You might begin and end each craft session with sips of your favorite fall drink, be that mulled wine or hot apple cider. You might find a candy that represents your favorite fall tastes and let it sit in your mouth as you craft. The point of crafting with all of your senses is that you elevate the experience. You really take in the entire session through all aspects of your body. As a result, you can relax more and feel more rejuvenated even if your craft period is very short. Autumn is a busy season, so the more you can relax through you senses, the better these months will be. íˇ&#x20AC;

THE SENSE OF SMELL Scent is one of the most powerful senses in terms of its ability to evoke a mood or provoke a memory. Infuse your craft space with the smells of autumn through the use of candles, essential oils, potpourri, live plants, and incense. Autumn scents include

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Zooey Pillow By Gwen Buttke McGannon Fraternal twin to the Zane Pillow (p. 56), this stylish home-décor piece is a blast to make. The four-row stitch pattern is easily memorized, allowing your attention to focus on more important things, like what colors you’ll crochet your next pillow in! YARN Scheepjes Colour Crafter. PAGE 64.

Weekends at Home As the brisk autumn days give way to chilly nights, curl up with cozy projects and savor the season.

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Weekends at Home Zane Pillow By Maria O’Keefe If you think you’ve seen a similar pattern somewhere, you’re right! The colorwork technique for this pillow echoes the pattern of its sibling (Zooey Pillow, p. 55), but is worked completely differently. Finishing is minimal but adorable with kicky picot trimmings along the beginning and ending edges. YARN Lion Brand Yarns ZZ Twist. PAGE 65.

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Forest Path Wall Art By Jo Janes Fall conjures up images of changing weather and the transformation of vibrant falling leaves. This piece evokes a crisp walk through the woods with leaves crunching beneath your feet. Worked sideways in one piece, the cotton-blend yarn gives this hanging heft and warmth, and the tassels create the weight needed to allow the piece to hang flat against any surface. YARN Cascade Yarns Sarasota Chunky. PAGE 66.

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Bungalow Throw By Arica Presinal An updated classic, this cozy throw uses contrasting ripples of puff stitches to create dimension and interest. Ultrasoft Merino yarn creates unbelievable stitch definition and provides plenty of warmth. YARN Red Heart Yarns Chic Sheep. PAGE 68.

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Pomander Pillow By Quayln Stark This beautiful heirloom-quality pillow uses unique yet classiclooking cabling that flows effortlessly across the front. The result is a coveted pillow that will be cherished for years to come. YARN Valley Yarns Northampton, distributed by WEBS. PAGE 69.

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Diamond Head Hanging By Hayley DeBerard The unique mix of yarns in this creation makes for a truly special item. Paper raffia is used for the filet crochet portion, while cotton and baby alpaca yarns are used together for the fringe. YARN Wool and the Gang Ra-Ra Raffia, Billie Jean, and Sugar Baby Alpaca. PAGE 72.

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November Fields Rug By NTmaglia A well-wearing wool blend makes up this super sampler of stitches. Prepare for a fun project that wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t leave you bored for one second while working popcorns, crossed stitches, and more! YARN Paintbox Yarns Wool Mix Aran, distributed by LoveKnitting. PAGE 73. 62

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Deneb Throw By Jennifer Olivarez Simple yet striking stitches form the backdrop of this constellationlike throw. Nine graphic motifs are made and assembled; the border is added later. Worsted-weight wool and a stunning design make this a keepsake piece. YARN Cascade Yarns Cascade 220. PAGE 74.

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â&#x20AC;&#x201D;To change color, work to last yarnover in old color, pick up new color, and complete stitch with new color.

STITCH GUIDE Long double crochet (long dc): Yo, working in front of last 2 rows, insert hook from top to bottom in flo of indicated st 3 rows below, yo, pull up lp, [yo, draw through 2 lps] 2 times.

Join with single crochet (sc-join): Make slipknot and place lp on hook, insert hook in indicated st, yo and pull up a lp, yo, draw through 2 lps on hook.

FRONT/BACK (MAKE 1 EACH)

Zooey Pillow Gwen Buttke McGannon DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 24" square. YARN Scheepjes Colour Crafter (100% acrylic; 328 yd [300 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]; ): #1062 Dordrecht (A), #1820 goes (B), 3 balls each.

HOOK Size F/5 (3.75 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS 24" pillow form, 1; yarn needle.

GAUGE 18 sts and 20 rows = 4".

NOTES â&#x20AC;&#x201D;See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;The foundation rows set up the pattern rows. Pattern rows are repeated to create the square.

With A, ch 105. Foundation row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;104 sc. Foundation row 2: Ch 1, sc across, change color to B (see Notes), turn. Foundation row 3: With B, ch 1, sc in first st, *sc blo in next sc; rep from * across to last st, sc in both lps of last st, turn. Foundation row 4: Rep foundation Row 2, change color to A. Row 1: With A, ch 1, sc in first st, sc blo in next 5 sts, *long dc (see Stitch Guide) in next 2 sts, sc blo in next 8 sts; rep from * across to last 8 sts, long dc in next 2 sts, sc blo in next 5 sts, sc in both lps of last st, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;84 sc, 20 long dc. Row 2: Ch 1, sc across, change color to B, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;104 sc. Row 3: Ch 1, sc in first st, long dc in next 2 sts, *sc blo in next 8 sts, long dc in next 2 sts; rep from * across to last st, sc in both lps of last st, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;82 sc, 22 long dc. Row 4: Rep Row 2, change color to A, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;104 sc. Rows 5â&#x20AC;&#x201C;108: Rep last 4 rows 26 times. Row 109: Rep Row 2. Do not fasten off.

EDGING Ch 1, *sc across to corner, rotate to work in row-ends, sc evenly spaced across to corner**, rotate to work across beg ch; rep from * once, ending rep at **, sl st in first sc to join. Fasten off.

< 109 4> <3 2> <1 foundation row 4 >

Holding front and back with WS tog, working through both thicknesses, with B, sc-join (see Stitch Guide) in first st on any side, sc around 3 sides, insert pillow form, sc in each rem st across, sl st in first sc to join. Fasten off. íˇ&#x20AC;

Gwen Buttke McGannon lives with her family in Neenah, Wisconsin. She loves exploring the infinite possibilities of crochet. She maintains an Etsy shop at www.etsy.com/shop/gwengoods.

Stitch key rep 26 times

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= long double crochet (long dc)

= patt rep


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Join with single crochet (sc-join): Make slipknot and place lp on hook, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a lp, yo, draw through 2 lps on hook.

<9 <8

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Zane Pillow Maria Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 12½" wide and 17" tall.

YARN Lion Brand Yarns ZZ Twist (100% acrylic; 246 yd [225 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]; ): #763-098 ecru (A), #763-149 gray (B), #763-170 peacock (C), 1 ball each.

HOOK Size F/5 (3.75 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. NOTIONS Safety pins; 12 Ă&#x2014; 16" pillow form, 1; yarn needle.

GAUGE 20 dc and 9 rows = 4".

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<7 <6

<5

rep as indicated

With A, ch 128, sl st in first ch to join, being careful not to twist. Rnd 1: (RS) Ch 3 (counts as first dc throughout), dc in next ch and in each rem ch around, sl st in top of beg ch-3 to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;128 dc. Rnd 2: Ch 3, dc blo in next st (see Notes), *change color (see Notes) to B, dc in next 2 sts**, change color to A, dc in next 2 sts; rep from * around, ending last rep at **, sl st in top of beg ch-3 to join. Rnd 3: With B, ch 3, dc around, change color to A in last st, sl st in top of beg ch-3 to join. Rnd 4: Rep Rnd 2 (see Notes), change color to A in last st, sl st in top of beg ch-3 to join. Rnd 5: With A, ch 3, dc around, sl st in top of beg ch-3 to join. Rnds 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;9: Rep Rnds 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5, replacing B with C. Rnds 10â&#x20AC;&#x201C;37: Rep Rnds 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;9 three times, then rep Rnds 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5 once more. Do not change colors at end of last rnd. Fasten off at end of last rnd.

<4 <3 <2

<1

Stitch key = slip stitch (sl st) = back loop only (blo)

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= chain (ch)

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= double crochet (dc)

Rnd 1: With C, sc-join (see Stitch Guide) in

sl st-join at end of last rnd, sc around, sl st in first sc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;128 sc. Row 2: Working through both thicknesses, sl st across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;64 sl st. Row 3: Ch 1, sl st in first 3 sts, *ch 2, dc in same st as last sl st, ch 2, sl st in next 4 sts; rep from * across, ending with sl st in last 3 sts. Fasten off.

=A

=B

=C

= patt rep

Second side seam and edging Rnd 1: With C, sc-join directly

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Pillow is worked in the round with right side (RS) facing. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Work double crochet in back loops only unless otherwise stated. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;To change color, work to last yarnover in old color, pick up new color, and complete stitch with new color.

across from last st worked in Row 3 of first seam and edging, sc around, sl st in first sc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;128 sc. Row 2: Working through both thicknesses, sl st in first 5 sts, insert pillow form, sl st across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;64 sl sts. Row 3: Rep Row 3 of first seam and edging. Weave in ends. íˇ&#x20AC;

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;When working two-color rounds, carry nonworking color behind and work over unless otherwise stated. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Each two-color round should line up with the previous two-color round.

Maria Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe has enjoyed crafting for more years than she cares to count. When sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not drinking coffee, stomping her acreage in rural Kansas with her neighborâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s five dogs, or caring for diaper-wearing chickens, she likes to turn yarn and fiber into something awesome.

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306 yd [280 m]/7 oz [200 g]; ): #241 white swan (A), #236 deep lagoon (B), #242 chinchilla (C), 1 ball each.

HOOK Size H/8 (5mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS 3⁄8" diameter dowel, 11" length; yarn needle.

GAUGE 10 dc and 5 rows = 4" in patt.

NOTES

Forest Path Wall Art Jo Janes DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 10" wide and 17" long.

YARN Cascade Yarns Sarasota Chunky (60% cotton; 40% acrylic;

—See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. —Wall hanging is worked first. Tassels are attached after wall hanging is complete. —To change color, work to last yarnover in old color, pick up new color, and complete stitch with new color.

STITCH GUIDE Fan: (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in indicated st. Modified double crochet 6 together (mod dc6tog): *[Yo, insert hook in next dc, yo, pull up lp, yo, draw through 2 lps on hook] 3 times*, sk next sc; rep bet * once (7 lps on hook), yo, draw through all rem lps on hook.

WALL HANGING With A, ch 51. Row 1: (RS) Dc in 4th ch from hook (skipped ch count as first dc) and in each rem ch across—49 dc. Rows 2–3: Ch 3 (counts as dc throughout), dc across, turn. Row 4: Ch 3, dc across, change color to B (see Notes), turn. Row 5: With B, sk first 4 dc, fan (see Stitch Guide) in next dc, sk next 3 dc, sc in next dc, *sk next 3 dc, fan in next dc, sk next 3 dc, sc in next dc; rep from * across, change color to C, turn. Row 6: With C, ch 3, sk first st, dc3tog in next 3 dc, *ch 7, sk next ch**, mod dc6tog (see Stitch Guide); rep from * across, ending last rep at **, dc3tog in last 3 dc, dc in first skipped st 2 rows below, turn. Row 7: Ch 3, 3 dc bet first dc and

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16 >

= single crochet (sc)

= dc3tog

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= mod dc6tog

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dc3tog, *working over ch-7 sp, sc in next ch-1 sp 2 rows below**, fan in next mod dc6tog; rep from * across to last dc3tog, ending last rep at **, 3 dc in next dc3tog, dc in last dc, turn. Row 8: Ch 4 (counts as first sc and ch 3), *mod dc6tog**, ch 7, sk next next ch-1 sp; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, ch 3, sc in last dc, turn. Row 9: Ch 1, sk first sc and ch 3, *fan in next mod dc6tog**, working over ch-7 sp, sc in next ch-1 sp 2 rows below; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, sc in last dc, turn. Row 10: Ch 3, sk first sc, dc3tog in next 3 dc, *ch 7, sk next ch**, mod dc6tog; rep from *, across, dc3tog in last 3 dc, dc in last ch, turn. Row 11: Ch 3, 3 dc bet first dc and dc3tog, *working over ch-7 sp, sc in next ch-1 sp 2 rows below**, fan in next mod dc6tog; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, 3 dc in last dc3tog, dc in last dc,

change color to B, turn. Row 12: With B, ch 4, *mod dc6tog, ch 3**, sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, sc in last dc, change color to A, turn. Row 13: Ch 3, dc in each st and ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;49 dc. Rows 14â&#x20AC;&#x201C;16: Ch 3, dc across, turn. Fasten off, leaving a 20" end for sewing.

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Assembly and hanging strand With RS facing, rotate hanging 90 degrees and hold dowel even with top. Thread yarn needle with length of A. Using photo as a guide, whipstitch hanging to dowel, spacing stitches evenly, working through row-ends and wrapping yarn around dowel. Knot yarn to secure. Sew yarn end to opposite end of hanging to create hanging loop. Fasten off.

Tassels Cut sixty-four 10" lengths of yarn. Holding 4 strands tog, form larkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s head knot in each rem row end. Trim ends even. Weave in ends. Block gently. íˇ&#x20AC;

Jo Janes is a married mother of one living in Bristol, United Kingdom. She learned to knit and crochet from her two grandmothers and picked up her hook again in her mid-thirties. Her patterns have appeared in magazines in the United Kingdom and United States, and she recently began designing full-time. Follow her @Jojotwinkletoes on Instagram and Ravelry.

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—When working in puffs, work in chain at top of stitch unless otherwise stated.

Set-up row: (RS) With MC, fsc 190. Row 1:

—To change color, work to last yarnover in old color, pick up new color, and complete stitch with new color.

STITCH GUIDE Beginning puff (beg puff): Ch 2, (yo, insert hook in first st, yo, pull up lp) 2 times (5 lps on hook), yo, pull through all 5 lps on hook.

Bungalow Throw Arica Presinal DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 36" wide and 43" long.

YARN Red Heart Yarns Chic Sheep

Puff: (Yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, pull up lp) 3 times (7 lps on hook), yo, pull through all 7 lps on hook. Puff decrease (puff dec): Yo, insert hook in next st, yo, pull up lp, (yo, insert hook in same st, yo, pull up lp) 2 times, sk next 2 sts, yo, insert hook in next st, yo, pull up lp, (yo, insert hook in same st, yo, pull up lp) 2 times (13 lps on hook), yo, pull through all 13 lps on hook.

Ch 1, 3 sc in first st, *sc in next 9 sts, sk next 2 sts, sc in next 9 sts**, 5 sc in next st; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, 3 sc in last st, turn—208 sts. Row 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in first sc, *sc in next 10 sc, sk next 2 sc, sc in next 10 sc**, 3 sc in next sc; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, 2 sc in last sc, turn. Row 3: Ch 1, 2 sc in first sc, *sc in next 10 sc, sk next 2 sc, sc in next 10 sc**, 3 sc in next sc; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, 2 sc in last sc, change color to CC (see Notes), turn. Row 4: With CC, beg puff (see Stitch Guide), ch 1, sk next sc, [puff (see Stitch Guide) in next sc, ch 1, sk next sc] 4 times, *puff dec (see Stitch Guide), ch 1**, sk next sc, [puff in next sc, ch 1, sk next sc] 9 times; rep from * across, ending last rep at **, [puff in next sc, ch 1, sk next sc] 4 times, puff in last sc, change color to MC, turn. Row 5: With MC, ch 1, 3 sc in first st, *[sc in next sp, sc in next st] 4 times, sc in next st, sk next st, [sc in next sp, sc in next st] 4 times, sc in next st**, 5 sc in next st; rep

(100% Merino wool; 186 yd [170 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; ): #5316 linen (MC), 6 skeins; #5640 platinum (CC), 5 skeins.

HOOK Size H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. NOTIONS Stitch markers (m), 8; yarn needle.

GAUGE 10 sts = 2" and 13 rows = 4" in patt, blocked.

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly /iwc-glossary.

Stitch key

5> <4 3> <2 1>

rep for patt

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= chain (ch) = foundation single crochet (fsc) = single crochet (sc) = beginning puff (beg puff)

< set-up = puff stitch (puff) = puff decrease (puff dec) = patt rep

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Right cross (RC): Sk next 3 sts, FPtr

Fringe

With A, ch 65. Row 1: (RS) Hdc in 2nd ch from hook (skipped ch does not count as st) and in next 7 ch, change color to B (see Notes), [with B, dc in next 3 ch (see Notes), change color to A, with A, hdc in next 6 ch] 6 times, hdc in last 2 ch, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;46 hdc, 18 dc. Row 2: (WS) Ch 1 (does not count as a st throughout), hdc in first 8 sts, [BPdc around next 3 sts, hdc in next 6 sts] 6 times, hdc in last 2 sts, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;46 hdc, 18 BPdc. Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, [FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 6 sts] 6 times, hdc in last 2 sts, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;46 hdc, 18 FPdc. Rows 4â&#x20AC;&#x201C;7: Rep Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 two times. Row 8: Ch 1, hdc in first 7 sts, 2 hdc in next st, *BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 4 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st**, hdc in next 4 sts, 2 hdc in next st; rep from * 2 times, ending last rep at **, hdc in last 7 sts, turn. Row 9: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, 2 hdc in next st, *FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 2 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st**, hdc in next 6 sts, 2 hdc in next st; rep from * 2 times, ending last rep at **, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 10: Ch 1, hdc in first 9 sts, 2 hdc in next st, *BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st**, hdc in next 8 sts, 2 hdc in next st; rep from * 2 times, ending last rep at **, hdc in last 9 sts, turn. Row 11: Ch 1, hdc in first 11 sts, [LC (see Stitch Guide), hdc in next 12 sts] 2 times, LC, hdc in last 11 sts, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;46 hdc, 3 LC. Row 12: Ch 1, hdc in first 11 sts, [BPdc around next 3 FPdc, ch 1, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 12 sts] 2 times, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, ch 1, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in last 11 sts, turn. Row 13: Ch 1, hdc in first 10 sts, sk next st, [FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 10 sts, sk next st] 3 times, turn. Row 14: Ch 1, hdc in first 9 sts, sk next st, *BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st**, hdc in next 8 sts, sk next st; rep from * 2 times, ending last rep at **, hdc in last 9 sts, turn. Row 15: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, sk next st, *FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st**, hdc in next 6 sts, sk next st; rep from * 2 times, ending last rep at **, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 16: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in

around next 3 sts, working behind 3 FPtr just made, FPtr around 3 skipped sts.

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*Cut eight 14" strands of CC. With all strands held tog, form larkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s head knot in any edge tip.* Rep bet * in each rem tip across end. Rep for opposite end of throw.

FINISHING

Weave in rem ends. Block. í·&#x20AC;

Arica Presinal, also known as Skeinsnsticks Designs, is passionate about the fashionforward elevation of crocheted garments and accessories through the melding of fashion and yarn into timeless statement pieces. To learn more about Skeinsnsticks Designs, visit www.skeinsnsticksdesigns.com or search Skeinsnsticks on any social media platform.

Pomander Pillow Quayln Stark DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 18" square. YARN Valley Yarns Northampton (distributed by WEBS) (100% wool; 247 yd [226 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; ): #02 natural (A), 3 balls, #05 light gray (B), 1 ball.

HOOK Size H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS 18" square pillow insert, 1; yarn needle.

GAUGE 14 sts and 12 rows = 4" in hdc, blocked.

NOTES â&#x20AC;&#x201D;See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly /iwc-glossary. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Front of pillow is worked in strandedcolorwork method with colors not in use held behind but not worked over. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Every half double crochet is worked in color A, and every cable is worked in color B. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;To change color, work to last yarnover in old color, pick up new color, and complete stitch with new color. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Pillow is made in two pieces and seamed together.

STITCH GUIDE Left cross (LC): Sk next 3 sts, FPtr around next 3 sts, working in front of last 3 FPtr made, FPtr around 3 skipped sts.

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from * across, ending last rep at **, 3 sc in last st, turn. Rows 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;126: Rep Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5 thirty times, then rep Row 2 once more. Fasten off at end of last row.


Stitch key < 31

= chain (ch)

< 29

= half double crochet (hdc)

30 > 28 > < 27

= double crochet (dc)

26 > < 25

= FPdc

< 23

= BPdc

24 > 22 > < 21 20 >

= FPtr

< 19 18 > < 17

= Left cross (LC)

< 15

= Right cross (RC)

16 > 14 > < 13 12 > < 11 10 > <9 rep 2 times

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next 5 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 4 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 4 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 4 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 5 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 17: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 2 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 6 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc 70

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around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 2 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 6 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 18: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 7 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 8 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 7 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 19: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, FPdc around next

3 BPdc, hdc in next 9 sts, RC (see Stitch Guide), hdc in next 12 sts, RC, hdc in next 9 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn—46 hdc, 6 FPdc, 2 RC. Row 20: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 9 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, ch 1, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 12 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, ch 1, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 9 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 21: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 8 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next 3 BPdc,


next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 8 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 8 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in last 10 sts, turn. Row 30: Ch 1, hdc in first 9 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 7 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 7 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in last 9 sts, turn. Row 31: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 5 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 4 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 5 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Rows 32â&#x20AC;&#x201C;39: Rep Rows 16â&#x20AC;&#x201C;23. Rows 40â&#x20AC;&#x201C;47: Rep Rows 8â&#x20AC;&#x201C;15. Rows 48â&#x20AC;&#x201C;53: Rep Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 three times. Row 54: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, [dc in next 3 sts, hdc in next 6 sts] 6 times, hdc in last 2 stsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;46 hdc, 18 dc. Fasten off.

Border Rnd 1: With RS facing, join B, sl st in first

st on last row, ch 1, [hdc in next 62 sts, sk next st, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in corner,

working in row ends, sk first row, hdc in next 52 rows, sk last row, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in corner, working in rem lps of beg ch, sk first ch, hdc in next 62 ch, sk next ch, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in corner, working in row ends, sk first row, hdc in next 52 rows, sk last row, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in corner, sl st in first st to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;244 hdc, 4 ch-2 sps. Rnd 2: Ch 1, hdc in first 64 sts, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in next ch-2 sp, hdc in next 56 sts, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in next ch-2 sp, hdc in next 66 sts, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in next ch-2 sp, hdc in next 56 sts, (2 hdc, ch 2, 2 hdc) in next ch-2 sp, hdc in last 2 sts, sl st in first st to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;260 hdc, 4 ch-2 sps. Fasten off.

BACK Ch 65. Row 1: (RS) Hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each rem ch across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; 64Â hdc. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;56: Ch 1, hdc across, turn. Fasten off at end of last row.

FINISHING Weave in ends. With WS tog, working through both thicknesses, sew 3 sides tog, insert pillow form, and sew last side. í·&#x20AC;

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sk next st, hdc in next 10 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 8 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 22: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 7 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 8 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 7 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 23: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 6 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 2 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 6 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 24: Ch 1, hdc in first 7 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 4 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 5 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 5 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 4 sts, sk next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in last 7 sts, turn. Row 25: Ch 1, hdc in first 8 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 2 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, [hdc in next 6 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc] 2 times, hdc in next 6 sts, 2 hdc in next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, sk next st, hdc in next 2 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in last 8 sts, turn. Row 26: Ch 1, hdc in first 9 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next 7 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 7 sts, 2 hdc in next st, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, sk next 2 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in last 9 sts, turn. Row 27: Ch 1, hdc in first 11 sts, LC, hdc in next 9 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, hdc in next 9 sts, LC, hdc in last 11 sts, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;46 hdc, 6 FPdc, 2 LC. Row 28: Ch 1, hdc in first 11 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, ch 1, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 9 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 6 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in next 9 sts, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, ch 1, BPdc around next 3 FPdc, hdc in last 11 sts, turn. Row 29: Ch 1, hdc in first 10 sts, sk next st, FPdc around next 3 BPdc, 2 hdc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around


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Diamond Head Hanging Hayley DeBerard DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 18" wide and 34" long, excluding fringe.

YARN Wool and the Gang Ra-Ra Raffia (100% wood pulp paper; 273 yd [250 m]/3½ oz [100 g]; ): ivory white (A), 2 balls. Wool and the Gang Billie Jean (100% cotton; 148 yd [135 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]; ): indigo denim (B), dirty denim (C), 1 ball each. Wool and the Gang Sugar Baby Alpaca (100% alpaca; 127 yd [116 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]; ): curasao blue (D), 1 ball.

HOOK Size I/9 (5.5 mm) hook. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. NOTIONS Rust-proof pins; ½" diameter wooden dowel, 23½" length; yarn needle.

GAUGE 5 mesh and 6 rows = 4" in patt.

NOTES —See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you don’t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly/iwc-glossary. —Filet background is worked first. Fringe is attached after background is complete.

STITCH GUIDE

FILET BACKGROUND

Beginning mesh (beg mesh): Ch 5

Row 1: Ch 68, dc in 8th ch from hook

(counts as first dc and ch 2), sk next ch-2 sp, dc in next dc.

(skipped ch count as beg mesh), *ch 2, sk next 2 ch, dc in next ch (counts as mesh); rep from * across, turn—21 mesh. Rows 2–51: Follow chart beg with Row 2. Fasten off.

Mesh: Ch 2, sk next ch-2 sp, dc in next dc. Ending mesh (end mesh): Ch 2, sk next

—Do not wet-block (immerse). This will ruin the hanging.

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ch-2 sp, dc in 3rd ch of beg ch-5.

FINISHING

Block: 2 dc in next ch-2 sp, dc in next dc.

Spray-block (see Notes) piece gently. Pin flat to dry.


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< 51

50 >

< 49

48 >

< 47

46 >

< 45

44 >

< 43

42 >

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;To change color, work to last yarnover in old color, pick up new color, and complete stitch with new color.

< 41

40 >

< 39

38 >

< 37

36 >

< 35

34 > 32 > 30 > 28 >

< 33 < 31

STITCH GUIDE

< 29

Mesh: Ch 1, sk next st, dc in next ch-1 sp.

< 27

26 > 24 > 22 >

< 25

Popcorn: 5 dc in indicated st or sp, drop

< 23

lp from hook, insert hook from front to back through first dc, place dropped lp on hook, draw lp through first st.

< 21

20 >

< 19

18 >

< 17

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10 >

November Fields Rug NTmaglia DIFFICULTY

and next st, dc in next ch-sp, ch 1, working in front of last dc made, dc in skipped ch-sp.

FINISHED SIZE 24" wide and

Color pattern

38"Â long.

Work rows in the following color sequence: A B C D E.

<9

8>

<7

6>

<5

4>

<3

2>

<1

Stitch key = beg mesh/mesh/end mesh = block = fringe placement

With RS facing, sl st in top left corner to join, working across side, work 2 sc in each row-end across to beg ch, rotate to work in beg ch-sps, work 2 sc in each ch-sp across, rotate to work across side, work 2 sc in each row-end across to last row, sl st in top right corner to join. Fasten off.

Cross-stitch (cross-st): Sk next ch-sp

YARN Paintbox Yarns Wool Mix Aran (distributed by LoveKnitting) (50% wool, 50% acrylic; 196 yd [180 m]/3½ oz [100g]; ): #826 slate green (A), 2 balls; #824 pistachio green (B), #840 royal blue (C), #804 stormy gray (D), #805 slate gray (E), 1 ball each.

HOOK Size L/11 (8 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Yarn needle. GAUGE 16 sts and 7 rows = 4" in patt.

RUG With A, ch 88. Row 1: (RS) Dc in 6th ch from hook (skipped ch count as skipped ch, dc, ch-sp), [ch 1, sk next ch, dc in next ch] across, change to next color (see Stitch Guide), turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;43 dc, 42 ch-1 sps. Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc throughout), cross-st (see Stitch Guide), [ch 1, sk next dc, cross-st] across to last dc, dc in last dc, changing to next color, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;21Â crosssts, 2 dc. Row 3: Ch 4 (counts as dc, ch 1 throughout), popcorn (see Stitch Guide) in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, *[dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1] 3 times, popcorn in next ch-1 sp, ch 1; rep from * across to last st, dc in

Weave in ends.

Fringe Cut four 15" lengths of B, C, and D. [Holding 2 lengths of each tog, form a larkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s head knot] 2 times in each ch-2 sp indicated on chart. Trim ends even. Whipstitch top of work to dowel. Attach a length of A to dowel for preferred hanging position. íˇ&#x20AC;

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NOTES

Chart with fringe placement


Stitch key = slip stitch (sl st)

< 61

= chain (ch) 60 >

= single crochet (sc) < 59 = double crochet (dc)

58 > = cross-st

<9 8>

= popcorn <7

6> <5

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= patt rep

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4> <3 2>

DIFFICULTY FINISHED SIZE 59" square. YARN Cascade Yarns Cascade 220

<1

(100% wool; 220 yd [200 m]/ 3½ oz [100 g]; ): #9600 antiqued heather, 16 hanks.

HOOK Size G/6 (4 mm). Adjust popcorn in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, [dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1] 2 times; rep from * across to last st, dc in last st, change to next color, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;10 popcorns, 33 dc, 42 ch-1 sps. Row 8: Rep Row 2. Row 9: Rep Row 5. Rows 10â&#x20AC;&#x201C;61: Rep Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;9 six times, then rep Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;5 once more. Fasten off at end of last row.

Border With RS facing, join A with sl st in first st of last row. Row 1: *Sc in each ch-sp across to corner, 3 sc in corner, rotate to work across row-ends, sc evenly across, working sc in each cross-st row-end and 2Â sc in each rem row-end across to corner, 3 sc in corner; rep from * once, sl st in first sc to join, turn. Rows 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6: Sc around, working 3 sc in center sc of each corner 3-sc group, sl st in first sc to join, turn. Row 7: Rev sc around. Fasten off.

FINISHING

Weave in ends. Block as desired. íˇ&#x20AC;

last st, change to next color, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;11 popcorns, 32 dc, 42 ch-1 sps. Row 4: Rep Row 2. Row 5: Ch 3, mesh (see Stitch Guide) across, turnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;43 dc, 42 ch-1 sps. Row 6: Rep Row 2. Row 7: Ch 4, dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, *dc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1,

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hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Yarn needle. GAUGE Motif = 16" square.

NOTES â&#x20AC;&#x201D;See the Glossary on page 78 for terms you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know. Visit our master glossary at http://bit.ly /iwc-glossary. â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Motifs are worked first then joined. Border is worked after all motifs are joined.

STITCH GUIDE Corner: 2 dc in next FPtr, FPtr around same FPtr, 2 dc in same FPtr. Front post double crochet join (FPdc join): Whipstitch FPdc tog, insert needle from left to right under post st(s) on motif farthest from you, then thread your needle from right to left under post st(s) on motif closest to you. Pull tight to close and continue with whipstitch in next pair of sts.

MOTIF (MAKE 9) Make an adjustable ring. Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc throughout), 15 dc in ring, pull end to close ring, sl st in first dc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;16 dc. Rnd 2: Ch 5 (counts as dc, ch 2 throughout), sk next dc, dc in next


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Reduced motif patt

Stitch key < 19

= adjustable ring

< 18

= slip stitch (sl st)

< 17

= chain (ch)

< 16

= single crochet (sc)

< 15 < 14

= double crochet (dc) = FPdc

< 13 < 12

= FPtr

< 11 < 10 <9 <8 <7 <6 <5 <4 <3 <2 <1

dc, 3 dc in next dc, [dc in next dc, ch 2, sk next dc, dc in next dc, 3 dc in next dc] 3 times, sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch-5 to join—20 dc, 4 ch-2 sps. Rnd 3: Ch 5, *dc in next 2 dc, FPtr around same dc, dc in next dc, FPtr around same dc, dc in same dc, FPtr around next dc, dc in same dc**, dc in next dc, ch 2, sk next ch-2 sp; rep from * 4 times, ending last rep at **, sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch-5 to join—24 dc, 12 FPtr, 4 ch-2 sps. Rnd 4: Ch 5, *dc in next 2 dc, dc in next FPtr, FPtr around same FPtr, sk next dc, corner (see Stitch Guide), sk next dc, FPtr around next FPtr, dc in same FPtr**, dc in next 2 dc, ch 2, sk next ch-2 sp; rep from * 4 times, ending last rep at **, dc in next dc, sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch-5 to join—40 dc, 12 FPtr, 4 ch-2 sps. Rnd 5: Ch 5, *dc across to next FPtr, dc in next FPtr, FPtr around same FPtr, sk next dc, dc across to next FPtr, corner in next FPtr, dc across to last dc before next FPtr, sk next dc, FPtr around next FPtr, dc in same FPtr**, dc across to next ch-2 sp, ch 2, sk next ch-2 sp; rep from * around, ending Interweave Crochet • www.interweave.com

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last rep at **, dc in each rem st across, sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch-5 to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;56 dc, 12 FPtr, 4 ch-2 sps. Rnds 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C;18: Rep Rnd 5â&#x20AC;&#x201D;264 dc, 12 FPtr, 4 ch-2 sps at end of last rnd. Rnd 19: Ch 1, sc in same st as join, *2 sc in next ch-2 sp, sc in next 17 dc, sc in next FPtr, FPdc around same FPtr, sk next dc, sc in next 15 dc, 2 sc in next FPtr, FPdc around same FPtr, 2 sc in same FPtr, sc in next 15 dc, sk next dc, FPdc around next FPtr, sc in same FPtr**, sc in next 17 dc; rep from * 4 times, ending last rep at **, sc in next 16 dc, sl st in first sc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;288 sc, 12 FPdc. Fasten off.

FINISHING Block motifs. Working from front to back, whipstitch motifs tog, working FPdc join (see Stitch Guide) as needed.

Border Rnd 1: Join with sl st in any corner FPdc,

ch 3, dc in same FPdc as join, FPtr around same FPdc, 2 dc in same FPdc, *dc in next 16 sc, sk next sc, FPtr around next FPdc, dc in same FPdc, dc in next 190 sc, dc in next FPdc, FPtr around same FPdc, sk next sc, dc in next 16 sc**, corner in next FPdc; rep from * 4 times, ending last rep at **, sl st in first dc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;912 dc, 12 FPtr. Rnds 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4: Ch 3, *dc across to next FPtr, corner in next FPtr, dc across to last st before next FPtr, sk next st, FPtr around next FPtr, dc in same FPtr, dc across to next FPtr, dc in next FPtr, FPtr around same FPtr, sk next dc; rep from * 4 times, dc in each rem st across, sl st in first dc to join. Rnd 5: Ch 3, *dc across to next FPtr, corner in next FPtr, dc across to last st before next FPtr, sk next dc, FPtr around next FPtr, dc in same FPtr, dc in next 8 dc, [ch 2, sk next 2 dc, dc in next 2 dc] 46 times, dc in next 6 dc, dc in next FPtr, FPtr around same FPtr, sk next dc; rep from * 4 times, dc across, sl st in first dc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;608 dc, 184 ch-2 sps, 12 FPtr. Rnd 6: Ch 3, *dc across to next FPtr, corner in next FPtr, dc across to last st before next FPtr, sk next dc, FPtr around next FPtr, dc in same FPtr, dc in each st and 2 dc in each ch-2 sp across to next FPtr, dc in next FPtr, FPtr around same FPtr, sk next dc; rep from * 4 times, dc across, sl st in first dc to joinâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;992 dc, 12 FPtr. Rnds 7â&#x20AC;&#x201C;9: Rep Rnds 2â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4 of border. Rnd 10: Ch 3, dc around, working 5 dc in each corner FPtr, sl st in first dc to join. Rnd 11: Ch 3, dc around, 5 dc in 3rd dc of each corner, sl st in first dc to join. Fasten off. Weave in ends. Block border. í·&#x20AC;

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begin(s); beginning between back loop only back post contrasting color chain centimeter(s) continue(s); continuing double crochet double treble crochet decrease(s); decreasing; decreased extended single crochet established foundation double crochet front loop only follows; following front post foundation single crochet gram(s) half double crochet increase(s); increasing; increased knit loop(s) main color marker millimeter(s) pattern(s) place marker purl remain(s); remaining repeat; repeating reverse single crochet round(s) right side single crochet skip slip slip(ped) stitch space(es) stitch(es) turning chain together treble crochet wrong side yard yarn over hook repeat starting point alternate measurements and/or instructions work bracketed instructions a specified number of times

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Yarn: Fingering, 10-count crochet thread Gauge: 33–42 sts Hook (metric): 1.6–2.25 mm Hook (U.S.): 000 to B-1

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Yarn: Sock, Fingering, Baby Gauge: 21–32 sts Hook (metric): 2.25–3.5 mm Hook (U.S.): B-1 to E-4

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Yarn: Sport, Baby Gauge: 16–20 sts Hook (metric): 3.5–4.5 mm Hook (U.S.): E-4 to 7 Yarn: DK, Light Worsted Gauge: 12–17 sts Hook (metric): 4.5–5.5 mm Hook (U.S.): 7 to I-9

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Yarn: Worsted, Afghan, Aran Gauge: 11–14 sts Hook (metric): 5.5–6.5 mm Hook (U.S.): I-9 to K-10½

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Yarn: Chunky, Craft, Rug Gauge: 8–11 sts Hook (metric): 6.5–9 mm Hook (U.S.): K-10½ to M-13

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Yarn: Super Bulky, Roving Gauge: 7–9 sts Hook (metric): 9-15 mm Hook (U.S.): M-13 to Q

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Yarn: Jumbo, Roving Gauge: 6 sts and fewer Hook (metric): 15 mm and larger Hook (U.S.): Q and larger

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Crochet Gauge To check gauge, chain 30 to 40 stitches using recommended hook size. Work in pattern stitch until piece measures at least 4" (10 cm) from foundation chain. Lay swatch on flat surface. Place a ruler over swatch and count number of stitches across and number of rows down (including fractions of stitches and rows) in 4" (10 cm). Repeat two or three times on different areas of swatch to confirm measurements. If you have more stitches and rows than called for in instructions, use a larger hook; if you have fewer, use a smaller hook. Repeat until gauge is correct.

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ONLINE STORE Abundant Yarn Online www.abundant-yarn.com (866) 873-0580 We carry Cascade Yarns. Customer service is our priority!

SHOPS/MAIL ORDER Woobee KnitShop www.woobeeknitshop.net (307) 760-2092 Products include Brown Sheep, Waverly, Jean Greenhowe, Addi, and Skacel.

OREGON

The Rookery—Kodiak

Knotty Lady Yarns LLC—Roseburg

www.therookeryfibershop.com Kindle your fiber fascination. We carr y quality yarns, fabric s, threads, but tons and other fiber art supplies for the fiber enthusiast. 104 Center Ave., Ste. 100 B (907) 486-0052

www.KnottyLadyYarns.com The premier location for your fiber needs in Western Oregon. The best stocked, f aire s t pr ice s & mos t com prehen si ve teaching facility. 632 SE Jackson St. (541) 673-2199

IDAHO Alpaca Direct—Hayden www.AlpacaDirect.com Huge selection of Luxury Yarn, Roving, and Knitting Supplies. Save 10% Code: KT4419 (one per customer) 1016 W. Hayden Ave. (208) 209-7079 (888) 306-0111

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TENNESSEE Smoky Mountain Spinnery —Gatlinburg www.smokymountainspinnery.com Ye s , w e a re o p e n! V i s i t o u r re c e n t l y expanded 3000 square foot showroom and studio space. Equipment and supplies for spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, rug hooking, dyeing and felting. Classes, demonstrations, antiques and gifts. 466 Brookside Village Wy., Ste. 8 (865) 436-9080

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Woolbearers—Mount Holly www.woolbearers.com Full-service knitting, spinning, weaving, and dyeing shop specializing in handpainted fiber and yarns, spinning, and weaving equipment. 90 High St. (609) 914-0003

The Fiber House—Sheridan www.thefiberhouse.com Knit. Crochet. Weave. Spin. Local alpaca yarn. Books, notions, classes, and 30+ yarn lines! info@thefiberhouse.com. 146 Coffeen Ave. (307) 673-0383

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Wheatfield Cabled Capelet Pages 10, 28

Journey Home Cardigan Pages 12, 30

Autumn Equinox Sweater Pages 14, 32

Cloves Cardigan Pages 16, 34

Pie Bake Cardigan Pages 18, 36

Harvester Cowl Pages 20, 41

Coriander Puff Hat Pages 21, 42

Deciduous Tunic Pages 22, 43

Grille Pullover Pages 24, 46

Turmeric Twist Scarf Pages 26, 48

Ridgefield Hat Pages 27, 50

Zooey Pillow Pages 54, 64

Zane Pillow Pages 56, 65

Forest Path Wall Art Pages 57, 66

Pomander Pillow Pages 60, 69

Diamond Head Hanging Pages 61, 72

November Fields Rug Pages 62, 73

Deneb Throw Pages 63, 74

Bungalow Throw Pages 58, 68

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