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Messy-Bun Hat

I made a new messy-bun hat (#4). My original design, so it got pulled out and restarted several times before I was happy with it.

20180203-Crochet MB hat 1 20180203-Crochet MB hat 3

Yarn: LB Homespun, bulky
Color: “Windsor”, blue – green – purple variegated
Hook: K/6.5 mm

Bottom up – Start with Ridged Brim
ch 5
R1 – 4 sc
R2 thru R46 – repeat R1
* Put 1st & last rows together, sl st along to join in ring. Flip the seam to the inside and ch 1, Orient to start working around edge of Ridged Brim.
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Fan-Chevron Scarf

This is a pretty simple scarf based on a fan stitch, and deciding how many repetitions you want, ie how long is it. I was using the left over yarn from another project, from a “Cookies & Cream” skein of a Caron Big Cake, which is a self-striping yarn. I like it.

20180121 - Fan St Scarf 1 20180121 - Fan St Scarf 2

Waffle Potholders

Made as a Xmas gift, recently given.

20180116-Crochet Waffles

d6 Dice Bag

20171231-Crochet d6 dice bag

I bought a pattern set online for shapes that also happen to be dice shapes, which I thought looked like lots of fun. Then as I was making the first one I started to wonder if I was making a novelty item or a functional one. Functional is better for sure, and I had the idea to keep it hollow, leave a flap un-sewn and add buttons, and voilĂ  – a dice bag!

d12 Dice Bag

20171221-d12 Dice Bag

On this one I left 3 sides open so there’s enough room to reach in. This required 3 buttons. The test is to put dice inside, button up, turn upside-down and shake. If no dice fall out, you win!

I Made this d12 Dice Bag for my nephew who plays D&D and also crochets. More winning!