Plymouth Cleo Yarn

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This was my first time working with Plymouth Cleo cotton yarn and it won’t be my last.  Plymouth Cleo yarn is so smooth, almost to the point of silky as it glides through your fingers.  The cotton is so light weight and airy that you won’t mind working with it on those warmer days, and it’s perfect for those light weight tops!Plymouth Cleo - KatiDCreations

Plymouth Cleo Yarn comes in a great selection of colors found HERE, and are all so rich that it really is difficult to choose just one color!

Plymouth Cleo - KatiDCreationsUsing the Tulip Granny Square shown above found HERE I made this beautiful, light weight top.  Pattern is still in the works and will be available soon!

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Stitch Markers to Eliminate the Joining Seam

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Now there is a great many uses for stitch markers!  But this tutorial will focus on the use of stitch markers to eliminate the joining seam.

Now until recently I would avoid patterns that required stitch markers like the plague!  For whatever reason I had a seriously unfounded fear of using them.  But then I realized (after a huge failure and very noticeable seam down a 4 hour project) that sometimes its best to follow the directions, suck it up and use a stitch marker.

Stitch Markers to Eliminate the Joining Seam - KatiDCreations.comBut the purpose of this tutorial will to show you how very simple it is to use stitch markers! Really, if this is your first encounter with stitch markers you will love how easy it is!  Now if your one of those brave souls who thinks ‘stitch markers?! I don’t need no stinking stitch markers!’ well, your much braver than I am; because, if you loose count it will not be fun as you try to figure out what row you are currently working (trust me on this!!!).

So all you need in addition to you hook and yarn to complete this is your stitch marker, or bobby pin, or twist tie, or as I use – a random piece of yarn about 5 inches long.  All of these work, but I find that my actual stitch markers walk off (or my kids find them), but I always have a little scrap yarn around the house.

When working with stitch markers all that is needed to be done, is place the stitch marker in the indicated stitch.  I do not recommend placing the marker around the post of the stitch as it could cause a bit of confusion.  I also recommend that as soon as you work the next stitch to receive a stitch marker that you promptly place the stitch marker in said stitch, then you can remove the previous marker, (Ex. The purple stitch marker has been placed, so now I can remove the green stitch marker).  Don’t work a few more stitches prior to placing the marker, especially if your new to using stitch markers as you could easily mistake the stitch to place the marker in.

Stitch Markers to Eliminate the Joining Seam - KatiDCreations.comUnless otherwise directed in the pattern, you can remove the stitch markers as you work your way through the rows.  And that is all that is needed.

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Evalyns Headband

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Evalyns headband is a quick project that is so cute!  Sure to look absolutely adorable on all of our little princesses  regardless of their age.  If you cant decide which color to make it in, don’t worry!  It works up so quickly you can make it in several color combinations in very little time!Evalyns Flower - KatiDCreations.comThis headband is worked using cotton so its nice and light and no need to worry about it being hot!

Materials:
Aunt Lydias Thread
1.65mm hook
3.5mm hook

Stitch Guide:
SLST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet

Special Stitches:
Picot – Tutorial can be found on Moogly Blog HERE

Evalyns Headband

Headband: with 1.65mm

CH 9 + 2

Row 1: DC in 3rd CH from hook and in next 3 stitches, CH2, skip the next 2 stitches, and DC in remaining 3 stitches

Row 2: CH2, turn, DC in the first 3 stitches, CH2, skip the CH2 space, DC in the last 4 stitches

Row 3: CH2, turn DC in the first 4 stitches, CH2, skip the CH2 space, DC in the last 3 stitches

Repeat row 2 and 3 until desired length is *reached. Do not finish off

* I like my length to fit around the head slightly loose because when you add in the contrasting stripe the headband will tighten up a bit.

Edging: Side facing while working edging will be your right side

CH1, (SC, Picot, SC) in side of a DC, repeat from *to* across edge of beginning CH.

Placing right side together, working in both the Base Chain and the last rows of DC, SLST together to sew the circle togetherEvalyns Headband - KatiDCreationsTurn right side out, CH1, (SC, Picot, SC) in side of DC around. Finish off

Evalyns Headband - KatiDCreationsContrasting strip:
3.5mm
Work using 2 strands of thread together!

With hook on the right side of project and yarn (with beginning loop already formed) on the wrong side, place hook through any CH2 space (from front to back) and place beginning loop on hook and pull hook with loop on it to the right side.  You will still hold the yarn on the wrong side of the project.

Evalyns Headband - KatiDCreations

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With loop on hook, *insert hook into next CH2 space and pull up a loop and CH1 around the CH2, put hook back through same CH2 space just worked in, pull up loop and CH1*, repeat from *to* around.  On last repeat, CH around the CH2 and Finish off, Join with an Invisible Join in the first CH worked of Contrasting strip.

Evalyns Headband - KatiDCreationsThe project to this point is absolutely beautiful!  BUT if you would like to add the flower for a little more detail you can find it HERE!Evalyns Flower - KatiDCreations.com

Copyright KatiDCreations 2015, please do not repost any portion of this pattern or photos, or claim any portion of this post as your own.  Please feel free to sell, gift or donate any items made from this pattern.  If you would like to link back to this pattern, please just grab one photo.

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Evalyns Flower

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This super cute thread flower is a perfect accessory for any headband or make a few of them and add them to your favorite hat!!

Evalyns Flower - KatiDCreations.comPattern for Headband can be found HERE!

This flower is worked with size 10 thread but I’m sure could easily be done using some larger acrylic or cotton yarn, you would simply need to increase the hook size to go with it.

Skill Level: Easy

Materials:
Aunt Lydia’s size 10 thread
C/2 hook

Stitches:
SLST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
DC – Double Crochet

Evalyns Flower

Magic Circle

Round 1: CH1, 12 SC in magic circle. Join with SLST in first SC

Round 2: CH7, *SLST into next 2 stitches, CH7*, repeat from *to* around, SLST in last SC

Round 3: SLST into the same stitch as joining Round 1, CH1, work 13 DC into the CH7 space, *working in the same stitches as Round 2, SLST into the next 2 stitches, CH1, 13DC in CH7 space*, repeat from *to* around, SLST in next stitch.  Finish off, make sure to leave a long enough tail to attach to item.

Evalyns Flower - KatiDCreations.comCopyright KatiDCreations, 2015.  Please do not copy or re post any portion of this post or photos or claim any part of it as your own work.  If you would like to link back to this post you may grab one photo.  Please feel free to sell, donate or gift any items made from this pattern.

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Baseball Stitches

Bavarian Washcloth

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Bavarian Washcloth - KatiDCreations.comMy Bavarian Square Washcloth was so fun to make!  I had long been wanting to try this beautiful Bavarian Stitch and when I came across the great tutorial by The Stitchen Mommy  knew I it was time to give it a try!  It did take a minute to get a hang of the stitch pattern but by my second square it was a breeze and I was a pro!!

Why make it into a washcloth?  I find that doing washcloths and is a great way to try out a new stitch without committing to a huge project!  Plus you have something useful at the end of it!

Materials:
Sugar and Cream Cotton
4.0 mm hook

Stitches:
I simply followed the great tutorial by The Stitchen Mommy found HERE!  There are dozens of photos to help with stitch placement and will have you whipping out this beautiful pattern in no time!

Bavarian Washcloth - KatiDCreations.com

I love the texture and think this would make an absolutely beautiful afghan!

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Chevron Belt

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Chevron Belt - KatiDCreationsI have recently learned how to do a Chevron Stitch!  and one of the first ideas that came to mind was to do a belt!  Now, this belt seemed to design itself.  All I thought was belt, and my very vivid mind immediately pictured a wide belt that would be worn high on the waist, it would be slightly stiff and would button close with little buttons.

I love this belt I think it looks so crisp and clean!  The buttons are great and allows you to easily wear the belt high or low on your waist, or even better… share it among girlfriends!

Don’t forget to Favorite on Raverly HERE!!

Materials:
Aunt Lydia’s size 10 thread – Working with 2 strands
3.5mm hook
Buttons of choice

Gauge:
Is not necessary for this pattern

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
DC2tog – Double Crochet 2 Together

Chevron Belt - KatiDCreationsChevron Belt Pattern

CH 17

1. DC in 3rd CH from hook (skipped CH’s and first DC count as dc2tog), DC in next 5 CH’s, 2DC in next stitch, CH2, 2DC in next stitch, DC in next 5, DC2tog.

2. CH2, Turn, DC2tog, DC in next 6 stitches, (DC, CH2 DC) in CH2 space, DC in next 6 stitches, DC2tog.

Repeat row 2 until desired length is reached.  (You will want the belt to overlap a bit so you can button it together).

Edging – Working with Color of Choice, determine which side you want to be right side

With right side facing, Join in on the edge of any DC and evenly SC along the edge toward the base chain.  Work 2SC in corner of base chain, 1SC in each CH across, 2SC in next corner of base chain.  Evenly work SC along other edge towards point of belt.  Work 1SC in the top of each DC, work 3SC in CH2 space, continue working 1SC in the top of each DC.  Evenly SC along original edge until you can Join with Invisible Join – Tutorial found HERE

Attaching Buttons – I highly suggest taking your belt with you when you pick out your buttons to make sure they fit through the CH2 spaces!

Materials:
Buttons of choice
Matching sewing thread
Sewing needle

I have 4 buttons that are stitched to the CH2 on the right side of the belt that is worn closest to the body.  I have 1 small black flat button that is stitched to the wrong side of the point of the belt.  This single black button helps the point to lay flat regardless of if there is a button at the point.  Making it possible for larger and smaller framed ladies to wear this adorable belt.

Chevron Belt - KatiDCreationsCopyright KatiDCreations March 2015, This is an original design, please do not repost any part of this pattern, photos our claim any portion of it as your own.  If you would like to link back to this pattern you may grab 1 photo.  Please feel free to sell, gift or donate any items made from this pattern.

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Tulip Granny Square

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This lacy tulip granny square is so beautiful, and is worked up so quickly!!  I love the light, airy look of the finished square!  This square is worked in beautiful Plymouth Cleo cotton found HERE and I love how light weight it is! This square would be perfect worked into a summertime shawl, or as a light weight summer top (hint, hint…pattern coming soon! – for a sneak peek scroll to bottom of page)

Square Lilly - KatiDCreations.comTulip Granny Square

Skill Level –
Intermediate

Finished Size –
Squares measures about – 8×8 unblocked
Point of DC Cluster across SC circle to Point of DC Cluster measures about 2 1/2 inches

Materials –
7/4.5mm
Plymouth Cleo – 45 yards
Embroidery Needle

Stitch Guide –
YO – Yarn Over
SLST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
SC2tog – Single Crochet 2 together
DC Cl – Double Crochet Cluster – 3DC together – YO, pull up a loop, YO pull through 2 loops (2 loops left on hook), YO, pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops (3 loops left on hook), YO, pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops (4 loops left on hook), YO and pull through all 4 loops
TR – Triple Crochet – Tutorial by Jessie At Home can be found HERE
DC2tog – Double Crochet 2 together – YO, pull up a loop, YO pull through 2 loops (2 loops left on hook), YO, pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops (3 loops left on hook), YO and pull through remaining 3 loops
Picot – CH3, SLST in first CH – Tutorial by Moogly can be found HERE

Modified Stitches –
MTR – Modified Triple Crochet – YO twice, insert hook into stitch, YO and pull up a loop (4 loops on hook), YO pull through 2 loops, YO pull through remaining 3 loops.

*Note – This pattern is worked in rounds, so right side is always facing you.

Round 1. CH11, join in first CH, CH1, 23SC in ring, SLST in first SC

Round 2. CH2 (counts as first DC), DC2tog using joining and next stitch (counts as first DC Cl), CH7, *DC Cl using next 3 stitches, CH7*, repeat from *to* around. Join with SLST in top of first DC2tog (8 DC Cl)

Round 3. Working in CH7 spaces *SC, HDC, HDC, DC, MTR, DC, HDC, HDC, SC*, repeat from *to* seven more times. Join with SLST in first SC

Round 4. SLST in next 3 stitches, CH3, counts as first DC, CH7, skip next stitch, DC in next stitch, CH7, skip next 6 stitches, SLST in next, CH3, skip a stitch, SLTS in next, CH7, *skip next 6 stitches, DC in in next stitch, CH7, skip a stitch, DC in next stitch, CH7, skip next 6 stitches, SLST in next, CH3, skip a stitch, SLST in next stitch, CH7*, repeat from *to* two more times. Join with SLST in 3rd CH of CH3 DC

Round 5. *in CH7 space (SC, SC, HDC, HDC, DC, MTR, TR, CH3, TR, MTR, DC, HDC, HDC, SC, SC), in next CH7 space (SC, DC, DC, MTR, TR, MTR, DC, DC, SC), SC in CH3 space, in next CH7 space( SC, DC, DC, MTR, TR, MTR, DC, DC, SC)*, repeat from *to* three more times. Join with SLST in first SC

Round 6. SLST in next 6 stitches (towards the first CH3 space on row 5), * in CH3 space SC, DC, MTR, CH3, MTR, DC, SC, CH9, skip next 11 stitches, SC in next stitch, CH9, skip next 9 stitches, SC in next stitch, CH9, skip next 11 spaces*, repeat from *to* three more times. Join with SLST in first SC

Round 7. CH1, SC in same as joining and next 2 stitches, in CH3 corner space (HDC, 2DC, Picot, 2DC, HDC), SC in next 3 stitches, ^6SC, Picot, 6SC^ in CH9 space, repeat from ^to^ twice more, *(SC in the next 3 stitches, in corner CH3 space (HDC, 2DC, Picot, 2DC, HDC), SC in next 3 stitches, **6SC, Picot, 6SC in CH9 space**)*, repeat from **to** twice more, repeat from *(to)* 2 more times, Join with SLST in first SC. Finish Off

This is the top of the shirt so far….the bottom part is quickly taking shape and hopefully the pattern will soon be available.  Square Lilly - KatiDCreations.com

Copyright KatiDCreations, April 2015.  Please do not repost any portion of this pattern, photos or claim any of this as your own work.  If you would like to link back to this pattern you may grab a single photo.

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Apache Tears Washcloth

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This was my first time doing the Apache Tears stitch, this brightly colored washcloth was my first attempt.

Apache Tear Wash Cloth - KatiDCreations

And as you can see for yourself it was not ‘pretty’.  I had worked the DTR – Drop stitch Treble Crochet pattern completely from edge to edge, so when I crocheted the boarder I crochet around the DTR; which created a very bulky edging. So….
Apache Tear Wash Cloth - KatiDCreations
My next wash cloth I tried something a little different.  You can see on the left side of photo below where the 2 arrows are seen, that there is a space where a DTR stitch could be worked in blue, but was skipped along the entire left edge.  On the right side you can see the bottom arrow where I worked the yellow DTR for 3 repeats, and the top arrow shows on the final 2 repeats I chose to skip it to see how it would look.Apache Tear Wash Cloth - KatiDCreations
You can see that with this edging I crochet in the rows and not around the DTR as I had previously done with the first washcloth.  So after all of this I do believe that when I use this pattern again I will crochet all the way from one edge to the other with the DTR and will make sure to not to crochet the DRT in with the edging.Apache Tear Wash Cloth - KatiDCreations
To avoid 1. either crocheting the edging around all of those ends or 2. working them in once I was finished with the project.  So what I did was simply worked the end in as I SC from Right to Left, and as I approached the center of the project I grabbed the finished end on the Left side from the previous row and crochet over the top of it; which caused the ends to meet in the middle of the project.  I simply cut the ends from here and did not do any additional weaving in.
Apache Tear Wash Cloth - KatiDCreations

In order to determine the beginning CH you decide how many colors you want to use before beginning the repeating pattern +1 (for the CH).  Or if your doing multiple rows without changing the colors, you will determine how many rows before you do a repeat +1 (for the CH).

Example:
1.The first washcloth I did uses 5 colors, so do multiples of 5 + 1 – every 5 stitches your color repeats
2. The second washcloth only uses 4 colors, so do multiples of 4 +1 – every 4 stitches your color repeats
3. If you want to do just 2 colors but its 7 rows before the repeat begins you would do multiples of 7 + 1

Of course this is just a recommendation, and really is open to however you want to do it.  I could have done the 5 colors but had much more space between sets of drop down stitches.  Click HERE for additional ideas on how to space your stitches

I do recommend a minimum of 3 SC between DTR.

Apache Tears Wash Cloth

Materials:
Sugar and Cream Cotton
4.5mm hook

Stitches:
SLST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SSC – Standing Single Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly can be found HERE
SC – Single Crochet
DTR – Drop Stitch Treble Crochet – Tutorial for Treble Crochet by Moogly can be found HERE

Special Notes:
1. All Standing/Single Crochet will be worked in the Back Loop
2. The Drop Treble Crochet will be worked in the Front Loop of the Single crochet 3 rows prior
3. For this entire project you will work only from Right to Left.  You will cut/end your yarn when you get done with the last stitch.  You will not turn and work back across the row
4. Your DTR will be worked in the stitch just after the prior DTR of the prior row

CH 29 – will give you the finished look of the Blue Washcloth

Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from hook and across

Row 2: SSC, SC across

Row 3: repeat row 2

Change Color

Row 4: SLST in the Back Loop of the first SC, CH1, *DTR, SC in the next 3 stitches*, repeat from *to* across

Change Color

Row 5: SSC, DTR, *SC in next 3 stitches, DTR*, repeat from *to* across, SC in last 2 stitches

Change Color

Row 6: SSC, SC, DTR, *SC in next 3 stitches, DTR*, repeat from *to* across, SC in last stitch

Change Color

Row 7:SSC, SC in the next 2 stitches, DTR, *SC in next 3 stitches, DTR*, repeat from *to* across

Repeat rows 4 – 7 until desired length is reached.

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Copyright KatiDCreations 2015, Do not copy and repost any portion of this pattern.  You may use one photo and link back to the original pattern.

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Mystery CAL Blog Hop Scarf

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Mystery CAL Blog Hop ScarfI love how it is turning out and really cant wait until it is completed!  I chose the colors with my mother in mind and will be giving it to her for Mothers Day!  I am planning on making it just long enough to fit around her neck and use a few buttons to close it together making a light summer scarf.

It now my turn to share with you the next set of 5 rows for section #9 of this CAL Scarf Blog Hop, I have tried to keep the pattern simple and yet still allow for some beautiful design!

So on with the pattern!  If you are just discovering this fun project you can catch up on all the previous parts of the pattern HERE

Mystery CAL Scarf - KatiDCreations

For my materials I chose to use a size 2 steel hook and size10 Aunt Lydias Thread.

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
TR – Treble Crochet

Special Stitches:
MTR – Modified Treble Crochet – YO twice, insert hook into specified stitch, pull up a loop, YO, pull through 2 loops, YO pull through remaining 3 loops

Row 41: Ch1, Turn, SC in next 2 stitches, * SC, HDC, DC, MTR, TR, MTR, DC, HDC, SC*, Repeat from *to* across, SC in last 2 stitches

Change Color

Row 42: CH3, Turn, TR in next 3 stitches, MTR, DC, HDC, SC, HDC, DC, MTR, *TR in next 2 stitches, MTR, DC, HDC, SC, HDC, DC, MTR,* repeat from *to* across, TR in last 3 stitches

Row 43: Ch1, Turn, SC in next 2 stitches, * SC, HDC, DC, MTR, TR, MTR, DC, HDC, SC*, Repeat from *to* across, SC in last 2 stitches

Change Color

Row 44: Repeat row 42

Row 45: CH1, Turn, SC acrossMystery CAL Scarf - KatiDCreations

Your next stop will be Crochet for You on the 4/21 so make sure you check back here for the updated link!

You have almost made it to the end of this CAL!  Hope you have enjoyed it so far, don’t forget to share you photos with us at Ravery

Copyright KatiDCreations April 2015. Please do not copy any portion of this and repost.  You may grab a photo and link back.

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Beaded Crochet

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