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This lovely cosy winter sweater is perfect to pair with skinny jeans, long skirts or over the top of a jumpsuit when you need something extra!
The sweater combines a wide cropped body with closer fitting sleeves, so it will still fit under your coat, and a cosy roll neck to keep the wind at bay.
How do you build something great? By starting with a single block!
This tactile cabled scatter cushion makes a home decor building block for any contemporary living or bedroom.
Part of the 30 days of cosy pattern bundle (aff), hosted by Pam Grice, aka the Crochetpreneur, the Building Blocks pillow can also be purchased on Ravelry, Love Crafts Crochet or Etsy, with the premium, add-free download also including instructions to make a blanket using the same stitch pattern!
This is an easy pattern repeat, perfect for beginners or those looking with more experience looking for a simple project. It uses mainly works with half double crochet stitches and uses simple front and back post stitches to create the brick pattern.
The pattern also recommends using foundation chains but modifications are given to work into a chain if you are not familiar with this technique.
The cushion pattern uses ad 4mm hook and can be worked with any dk yarn which meets the gauge. The throw can use any yarn, though different weights will impact the blanket size. Guidance is given in the pattern to alter the length of the foundation chain when working with different weight yarns.
You will need a 40cm/16in cushion pad.
The cushion cover is designed to fit a 40cm/16in square cushion pad
Throw size: approx130cm/50in by 165/65in based on materials given
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A delicate cabled cowl neck crochet poncho pattern, inspired by Alpine Pine Trees, this poncho is practical, wearable but pretty too. Not too chunky, but still warm and cosy, this can be used as the nights get colder, thrown on for the early morning school run or snuggled up on in on the sofa on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
You can download the PDF of this pattern from: Ravelry, Etsy, or Love Crochet
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Skill Level & Special Stitches
This poncho is intermediate level and uses front post double crochet (US crochet terms).
Once the increases section of the poncho is completed, the pattern uses a 4 row pattern repeat for the bulk of the length (you can increase the number of repeats to make a longer poncho).
4 mm hook
Yarn: ~ 1400 yds, 400g of Double Knit (DK) acrylic yarn
I used just under 8 50g balls (<400g) of Rico Classic baby DK in shade 36 (Jeans) (aff) for the item pictured
Yarn needle & scissors
The crochet poncho pattern comes in one size but you can change the hook and yarn size to alternate the size.
The finished item dimensions:
Length from neckline towards wrist: 20in / 50cm (measured when hanging)
Circumference of neck: 21in / 52.5cm
Gauge: 4in x 4in = 14 st x 11 rows
Pattern links: Ravelry, Etsy, Love Crochet
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Until next time.
(C) DoraDoes 2018. You may sell what you make from my patterns, but please credit me as the designer. The pattern is for personal use only and may not be shared. My photos may be shared with credit.
This post may contain affiliate links (my full affiliate disclosure is here).