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SECTION 2Guys’ Cap & Scarf SetMaterials for cap:About 3 ounces worsted weight yarn (I used Red HeartGrayHeather)Crochet hook size H or size needed to achieve gaugeYarn needleMaterials for scarf:About 6 ounces worsted weight yarnCrochet hook size I or size needed to achieve gaugeGUYS’ CAP & SCARF SETDesigned by Priscilla HewittCopyright © 2000 Priscilla’s CrochetCapOne size fits most adults.Gauge: Rounds 1-3 = about 3 1/4”To work dc dec: Yo, insert hook in the first indicated st andpull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops on hook, yo, inserthook in the next indicated st and pull up a loop, yo and pullthrough 2 loops on hook, yo and pull through all 3 remainingloops on hook.Ch 5, join with a sl st in the first ch to form a ring.Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 7 more dc in thering; join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (8 dc)4


Row 1: Dc in the 3rd ch from hook and in each remaining chacross; ch 2, turn. (20 dc)Row 2: Dc in each dc across; ch 2, turn. (20 dc)Additional rows: Repeat row 2 until the scarf measures 72”long(or the length desired), ending with an odd numberedrow. Ch 1, turn at the end of the last row.Next row (back side of scarf): Sc in each dc across; ch 13,turn. (20 sc)Other endWith the back side of the scarf facing you, join yarn with a scin the first st of the foundation ch, sc in each of the remaining19 foundation ch’s across; ch 13, turn. (20 sc)Stout fringe: Work as for the stout fringe on the first end.Happy Crocheting!Stout fringeStout fringe (front side of scarf): Sl st in the 2nd ch fromhook and in each of the next 11 ch’s, sc in the first sc on thelast row of the scarf, (ch 13, sl st in the 2nd ch from hook andin each of the next 11 ch’s, sc in the next sc on the last row ofthe scarf) 19 times. Fasten off.8


Last Row: Repeat row 4, inserting hook in BOTH loops oflast row, and the back loop of the row below.Edging: Continue working in sc around the perimeter of thepiece; join with a sl st to the first edging sc. Fasten off. Weavein ends.AssemblySew or crochet together three hexagons as shown below, thensew or crochet together the two sides marked with an X toform the back seam. Pin the toe of the 3 joined hexagons tothe center of one short end of the 9 1/2” rectangle, then pinthe bottom of the back seam to the other short end of thesame rectangle. Sew or crochet the rectangle to the threejoined hexagons all the way around. Fasten off. Weave inends. Repeat to assemble the second slipper.Happy Crocheting!11


WEARABLES SECTION 4Sock SparklersMaterials:A few yards of white/gold Knit Cro-SheenCrochet hook size 4 (1.75 mm)White cotton socksTurn sock inside out. Attach thread with a sc at the heel end ofthe cuff of the sock.SOCK SPARKLERSDesigned by Priscilla HewittCopyright © 2001 Priscilla’s CrochetRound 1: Work any multiple of 4 sc (counting the joining scas 1 sc) evenly around the cuff of the sock; join with a sl st inthe first sc.Round 2: Ch 1, sc in the same st as joining, ch 1, skip next sc,3 dc in the next sc, ch 1, skip next sc, (sc in the next sc, ch 1,skip next sc, 3 dc in the next sc, ch 1, skip next sc) around; joinwith a sl st in the first sc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.Happy Crocheting!12


WEARABLES SECTION 5Soft Sock EdgingsMaterials:DMC Craft Thread (one 10 yd. skein for each sock)Steel crochet hook size 4 (1.75 mm)Cuffed cotton socks. (Alternate thread: size 10 crochet cottonthread)Pattern note: Ribbed cuffs work best. The ribs in thecuffs serve as a stitch guide for evenly spaced stitches.Red Socks With White EdgingTurn sock inside out. Attach thread to hook with a slip knot.SOFT SOCK EDGINGSDesigned by Priscilla HewittCopyright © 2001 Priscilla’s CrochetRound 1: Attach thread with a sc to the heel side of the sockcuff, ch 1, (sc, ch 1) an even number of times around; join witha sl st in the first sc.Round 2: Sl st in the next ch-1 sp, (ch 3, sl st in the next ch-1sp) around, ch 1; join with a hdc in the first sl st to form thefirst ch-3 sp on the next round.Round 3: Ch 1, sc in the first ch-3 sp, ch 3, (sc in the next ch-3 sp, ch 3) around; join with a sl st in the first sc. Fasten off.Weave in ends.Tan Socks With Beige Edging13


Turn sock inside out. Attach thread to hook with a slip knot.Round 1: Attach thread with a sc to the heel side of the sockcuff, ch 2, sc in the side of the last sc, (sc in the sock cuff, ch 2,sc in the side of the last sc) around; join with a sl st in the firstsc. Fasten off. Weave in ends.Happy Crocheting!14


WEARABLES SECTION 6Summer Sling ToteMaterials:Worsted weight yarn. I used a little more than one ball ofAunt Lydia’s Denim. You can also use ww cotton (I’m not sureof the amount, so I’d work from a cone). Acrylic isn’t recommendedfor this project, but can be used in a pinch.Crochet hook size HAdditional optional materials:About 1 yd. of cotton lining fabricLarge snap setIronNeedle and matching threadGauge: Not important for this projectPattern note: The ch 3 at the end of each row counts asthe first dc of the next row.SUMMER SLING TOTEDesigned by Priscilla HewittCopyright © 2000 Priscilla’s Crochet15


ToteCh 4; join with a sl st to form ring.Row 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, work 7 more dc in thering; ch 3, turn. (8 dc)Row 2: Dc in the first dc, 2 dc in each remaining dc across; ch3, turn. (16 dc)Row 3: Repeat row 2. (32 dc)Row 4: Dc in the first dc and in each dc across, 2 dc in the topof the turning ch; ch 3, turn. (34 dc) (Increase made at eachend of the row.)Row 5: Repeat row 4. (36 dc)Row 6: Repeat row 2. (72 dc)Row 7: Repeat row 4. (74 dc)Row 8: Repeat row 4. (76 dc)Row 9: Repeat row 4. (78 dc)Row 10: Repeat row 4. (80 dc)Row 11: Dc in the first dc (dc in the next dc, 2 dc in the nextdc) across, dc in the turning ch; ch 3, turn. (120 dc)Row 12: Repeat row 4. (122 dc)Row 13: Repeat row 4. (124 dc)Row 14: Repeat row 4. (126 dc)Row 15: Repeat row 4. (128 dc)Row 16: Repeat row 4. (130 dc) Fasten off. Weave in ends.HandleCh 220; being careful not to twist ch, join with a sl st to thefirst ch.Round 1: Ch 3 to count as the first dc, dc in each ch around;join with a sl st to the top of the beginning ch 3. (220 dc)Round 2: Repeat round 1.Note: Using one ball of the “Denim”, I only had enough yarnto complete two rows. You may want to just use the two rows,or, if you like, you can use an additional ball of the “Denim” tocomplete all 5 rounds.Rounds 3-5: Repeat round 1.16


AssemblyIron each crocheted piece to block. If you’d like to line yourtote, lay the crocheted pieces on the fabric, trace around them,add seam allowance and cut out. Sew the lining together to fitthe bag and turn inside out. Sl st row 16 of one of the bagpieces to 130 stitches of row 5 of the handle, then continueworking sl st’s in the remaining 90 handle sts; join with a sl stto the first sl st; fasten off. Sl st row 16 of the other bag pieceto 130 stitches of the free loops of the foundation ch of the handle,then continue working sl st’s in the remaining 90 handlests; join with a sl st to the first sl st; fasten off. Weave in ends.Insert optional lining into bag, and whip st to handle and bagopening. If desired, sew each half of the snap to the inside ofbag, behind the beginning ring.Happy Crocheting!17


SECTION 7Three Triangle BabushkasMaterials for each scarf:1 ball of LusterSheen (or other sport weight yarn)Crochet hook size G (if you crochet loosely you might wantto use a smaller hook)Gauge is not important. Add or subtract pattern stitch rowsuntil the scarf is the size you desire.Pink BabushkaTHREE TRIANGLE BABUSHKASDesigned by Priscilla HewittCopyright © 2000 Priscilla’s CrochetStarting at the bottom point of the scarf, ch 2.Row 1: (Sc, dc, sc) in the 2nd ch from hook; ch 1, turn. (3 sts)Row 2: (Hdc, dc) in the first sc, sc in the next dc, (dc, hdc) inthe last sc; ch 1, turn. (5 sts)18


Row 3: (Hdc, dc) in the first hdc, (sc in each dc and dc ineach sc) across, (dc, hdc) in the last hdc; ch 1, turn. (7 sts)Rows 4-35: Repeat row 3. There should be 71 stitches at theend of row 35 . Do not ch 1, turn at the end of row 35.Ties and edging: Ch 50, sl st in the 2nd ch from hook and ineach ch across, sc in each of the 71 sts on row 35, ch 50, sl st inthe 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, sc evenly in thesides of the stitches until you reach the bottom point, 3 sc inthe bottom point, continue working sc evenly in the sides ofthe stitches until you reach the base of the first tie; join with asl st to the base of the first tie. Fasten off. Weave in ends.Yellow BabushkaRow 2: Sc in the first sc, ch 1, sc in the ch-1 sp, ch 1, sc in thenext sc; ch 1, turn. (3 sc)Row 3: Sc in the first sc, ch 1, (sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1) 2times, sc in the last sc; ch 1, turn. (4 sc)Row 4: Sc in the first sc, ch 1, (sc in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1)across, sc in the last sc; ch 1, turn. (5 sc)Rows 5-54: Repeat row 4. Each row should have one additionalsc. You should have 55 stitches at the end of row 54. Donot fasten off.Ties and edging: Ch 50, sl st in the 2nd ch from hook and ineach ch across, sc in each of the 55 sts on row 54, ch 50, sl stin the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, sc evenly in thesides of the stitches until you reach the bottom point, 3 sc inthe bottom point, continue working sc evenly in the sides ofthe stitches until you reach the base of the first tie; join with asl st to the base of the first tie. Fasten off. Weave in ends.Lilac BabushkaStarting at the bottom point of the scarf, ch 2.Row 1: (Sc, ch 1, sc) in the 2nd ch from hook; ch 1, turn. (2sc)19


Starting at bottom point of the scarf, ch 4.Row 1: Work 4 dc in the 4th ch from hook; ch 1, turn.Row 2: 2 sc in the first dc, sc in each dc across, 2 sc in the topof the turning ch; ch 3, turn.Row 3: Dc in the first sc, dc in each sc across to within last sc,2 dc in the last sc; ch 1, turn.Rows 4-35: (Repeat rows 2-3) 16 times. You should have 73dc at the end of row 35. Do not fasten off.Ties and edging: Ch 50, sl st in the 2nd ch from hook and ineach ch across, sc in each of the 73 sts on row 35, ch 50, sl stin the 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, sc evenly in thesides of the stitches until you reach the bottom point, 3 sc inthe bottom point, continue working sc evenly in the sides ofthe stitches until you reach the base of the first tie; join with asl st to the base of the first tie. Fasten off. Weave in ends.Happy Crocheting!20


WEARABLES SECTION 8Women’s GlovesMaterials:About 4 ounces of a "soft" worsted weight yarnCrochet hook size GYarn needleSafety pinsPattern note: Work fairly tightly. If you tend to crochetloosely, use a size F hook.WOMEN’S GLOVESDesigned by Priscilla HewittCopyright © 2000 Priscilla’s CrochetPinky (make 2 and mark each as "piece A")Ch 70.Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each of the next 33ch’s, sl st in the next ch, sc in each of the last 34 ch’s; ch 1,turn. (69 sts)Row 2: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sc, dcthrough both loops of each of the next 22 sc, hdc in the nextsc, sc in the next sc, sl st in the next sl st, sc in the next sc, hdcin the next sc, dc in each of the next 22 sc, sc in the back looponly of each of the next 10 sc; ch 1, turn. (69 sts)Row 3: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sts, scthrough both loops of each of the next 24 sts, sl st in the next21


sl st, sc in each of the next 24 sts, sc in the back loop only ofeach of the last 10 sts. (69 sts) Fasten off. Weave in ends.Mark the last st of row 3 with a safety pin.Ring Finger (make 2 and mark each as "pieceB")Ch 78.Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each of the next 37ch’s, sl st in the next ch, sc in each of the last 38 ch’s; ch 1,turn. (77 sts)Row 2: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sc, dcthrough both loops of each of the next 26 sc, hdc in the nextsc, sc in the next sc, sl st in the next sl st, sc in the next sc, hdcin the next sc, dc in each of the next 26 sc, sc in the back looponly of each of the next 10 sc; ch 1, turn. (77 sts)Row 3: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sts, scthrough both loops of each of the next 28 sts, sl st in the nextsl st, sc in each of the next 28 sts, sc in the back loop only ofeach of the last 10 sts. (77 sts) Fasten off. Weave in ends. Markthe last st of row 3 with a safety pin.Middle Finger (make 2 and mark each as "pieceC")Ch 80.Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each of the next 38ch’s, sl st in the next ch, sc in each of the last 39 ch’s; ch 1,turn. (79 sts)Row 2: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sc, dcthrough both loops of each of the next 27 sc, hdc in the nextsc, sc in the next sc, sl st in the next sl st, sc in the next sc, hdcin the next sc, dc in each of the next 27 sc, sc in the back looponly of each of the next 10 sc; ch 1, turn. (79 sts)Row 3: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sts, scthrough both loops of each of the next 29 sts, sl st in the nextsl st, sc in each of the next 29 sts, sc in the back loop only ofeach of the last 10 sts. (79 sts) Fasten off. Weave in ends.Mark the last st of row 3 with a safety pin.Pointer (make 2 and mark each as "piece D")Make the same as the pieces for the ring finger. Mark the lastst of row 3 with a safety pin.Thumb (make 2 and mark each as "piece E")Ch 60.Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and in each of the next 28ch’s, sl st in the next ch, sc in each of the last 29 ch’s; ch 1,turn. (59 sts)Row 2: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sc, dcthrough both loops of each of the next 17 sc, hdc in the next sc,22


sc in the next sc, sl st in the next sl st, sc in the next sc, hdc inthe next sc, dc in each of the next 17sc, sc in the back loop onlyof each of the next 10 sc; ch 1, turn. (59 sts)Row 3: Sc in the back loop only of each of the first 10 sc, dcthrough both loops of each of the next 17 dc, hdc in the nexthdc, sc in the next sc, sl st in the next sl st, sc in the next sc,hdc in the next hdc, dc in each of the next 17 dc, sc in the backloop only of each of the next 10 sc. (59 sts) Fasten off. Weavein ends. Mark the last st of row 3 with a safety pin.stitches and under the single loops of the foundation chainbases. Sew the first 27 stitches of piece C to the first 27 foundationchain bases of piece B. Sew the first 27 stitches of piece Dto the first 27 foundation chain bases of piece C. Sew the first20 stitches of piece E to the first 20 foundation chain bases ofpiece D.Step 2Glove Assembly (make 2)Step 1Arrange pieces as shown, with the safety pins on the top rightof each piece. (The "wrong" sides of the sc rows and the"right" sides of the dc rows should be facing up. With yarn needleand yarn, and starting at the safety pin ends, sew the first27 stitches of piece B to the first 27 foundation chain bases ofpiece A by using a running stitch under both loops of theWith yarn needle and yarn, and starting at the end oppositethe safety pins, sew the first 27 stitches of piece B to the first27 foundation chain bases of piece A by using a running stitchunder both loops of the stitches and under the single loops ofthe foundation chain bases. Sew the first 27 stitches of piece Cto the first 27 foundation chain bases of piece B. Sew the first27 stitches of piece D to the first 27 foundation chain bases ofpiece C. Sew the first 20 stitches of piece E to the first 20 foundationchain bases of piece D.23


Step 3Fold glove in half at the sl st's (marked by the letters.) Startingat the wrist end of piece A, sew side seam of glove together,then run the needle through the sl st's at A. Continue sewingdown piece A to close that finger, then sew up piece B. Runthe needle through the sl st's at B. Continue sewing downpiece B to close that finger, then sew up piece C. Run the needlethrough the sl st's at C. Continue sewing down piece C toclose that finger, then sew up piece D. Run the needle throughthe sl st's at D. Continue sewing down piece D to close that finger,then sew up piece E. Run the needle through the sl st's atE, then sew down the thumb seam to close, finishing at thewrist. Weave in all ends.Happy Crocheting!24

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