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Another black and white scarf. The pattern is from one my favorite crafting books: “Tunisian Crochet” by Nancy Nehring (Leisure Arts).

Wellen

Noch ein Schal in schwarz und weiß. Das Muster habe ich aus einem meiner Lieblingsbücher in Sachen Handarbeit: “Tunisian Crochet” von Nancy Nehring (Leisure Arts).

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I have to admit that I am obsessed with snowflakes …
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New Book

I have to admit that I am obsessed with snowflakes …

Neues Buch

Ich muß zugeben, daß ich von Schneeflocken wie besessen bin

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Koala Bears

Working on a new amigurumi pattern

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podkins:

Spiral in a Square

by Josie Calvert Briggs on Ravelry. This pattern is available for free.

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Crochenit Scarf Free Pattern

Material: Black and white yarn, Nr 3 = light, about 100 g each; double-ended crochet hook size 8 mm

Note: If You are not familiar with at least Tunesian crochet, see corresponding tutorials at youtube first.

First Wedge

With black yarn chain 24 and pick up 23 more loops on the hook = 24 loops. Now move the loops to the other end of the hook and turn it around. With the white yarn Tunesian Simple Stitch (TTS) until the end of the row. Then pick up only 21 white loops again while leaving out the last three black bars of the very first row. Again move the loops to the other end and turn the hook. Use the white yarn to TTS until the end of the row.

Continue this way until three stitches are left over, working short rows only while picking up loops with the white yarn (see left picture). At this point You “go down the stairs” and simply pick up again all the loops left out in the former rows (right picture). Now You’ve got 24 loops again for the next wedge.

Second Wedge

Here comes the only tricky part of this pattern. For the second wedge the direction of the short rows turns, meaning they are now worked while picking up loops with the black yarn = the last three white bars are left out (see last picture).

After reaching the disired length, end with a “first wedge”. Then pick up all loops again with the white yarn as if to start another “second wedge”. Work a last black back row and instead of picking up new loops in the following row slip stitch until the edge = normal Tunesian bind-off.

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