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Matchy Matchy Crochet Hat Free Pattern

Hey! 

So I told you that I have a quick hat in Namaste in the works, and last week I showed you a photo.  Today I have the pattern for you, and it’s so easy you can work it up in an hour or so, tops!

We have two sizes, the smaller is perfect for my almost 7 year old, and because it’s a stretchy yarn, it will fit smaller or bigger kids, and the other is to fit adults.  It’s a firm, warm fit on me, so slouchy for kids.  Again, the yarn has loads of give, so there are no problems with fit.

Right, let’s get on with it!

What You’ll Need

1 skein Scheepjes Namaste in you choice of colour
8mm hook

Measurements

Two sizes: to fit child 5-10, and to fit older child and adult

Tension

Not important, but the adult size will use the entire skein. If you’re making both and want to make the adult longer, there will be plenty left over from the kid’s size.

Abbreviations

(UK Terms)
Ch chain stitch
Tr treble crochet (US DC)
[…] repeat instructions between brackets the required number of times.
SS slip stitch
Fptr front post treble crochet (US FPDC)
Bptr back post treble crochet (US BPDC)

Notes

This is a granny stitch style hat, worked in rounds, slip stitching to join each round. The pattern outlines two sizes, the smaller will fit most children from about 5 years old and the larger size will fit teens through to adults.
Each size uses one skein of yarn, with plenty left over after the children’s size.

Instructions

  1. Adult and child Ch 4, ss to join.
  2. CH 3, (counts as 1st stitch and ch 1), tr in the ring, ch 1 [2tr, ch1], x 4. skip 1st dc and ch1 and ss to the next tr to join
  3. Ss to the ch space, dc in the ch space, ch1 (counts as the 1st tr of the round), tr, ch 1, 2 tr in the same space, ch 1, [2 tr, ch 1, 2 tr] in the next ch space], x 4, skip 1st dc and ch1 and ss to the next tr to join.
  4. Ss to ch space, dc in ch space, ch 1 (counts as 1st tr of the round), 2 tr in the same space, ch 1, 2 tr in the next space, ch 1 [3 tr in the next, ch 1, 2 tr in the next, ch 1] x 4, skip 1st dc and ch1 and ss to the next tr to join
  5. Ss to ch space, dc in the ch space, ch 1 (counts as 1st tr of the round), 2 tr, ch 1, [3 tr in the next space, ch 1] x 9, skip 1st dc and ch1 and ss to the next tr to join.
    Skip to round 14 to finish child size
  6. Adult ss to ch space, dc in the ch space, ch 1 (counts as 1st tr of the round), [2 tr, ch 1, 3 tr in the same space] ch1, [3 tr in the next space, ch 1] x 4, [3 tr, ch 1, 3 tr] in the next, ch 1, [3 tr next, ch 1] x 4, skip 1st dc and ch1 and ss to the next tr to join
  7. Ss to the ch space dc in the ch space, ch 1 (counts as 1st tr of the round), 2 tr in the same, ch 1, [3 tr, ch 1] x 2, [3 tr, ch 1, 2 tr] in the next, [3 tr, ch 1] x 5, [3 tr, ch 1, 3 tr] next, ch 1, [ch 3, ch 1] x 2, skip 1st dc and ch1 and ss to the next tr to join
  8. Ss to ch space, sc in the ch space, ch 1 (counts as 1st tr of the round), 2 tr in the same space, ch 1, [3 tr, ch1 in the next] x 13, skip 1st dc and ch1 and ss to the next tr to join
  9. Repeat round 8
  10. Repeat round 8
  11. Repeat round 8
  12. Repeat round 8
  13. Repeat round 8
  14. Ch 3, tr, skip the ch space, [dc x 3, sk space] x 13, sk space, dc, ss to top of ch 3
  15. Ch 3, bptr next, [fptr, bptr] repeat to last, ss to join.
  16. Repeat round 15, ss to join, tie off and weave in ends.

There you have it!

There are several places I can recommend you purchase the yarn, here are some of them: 

Wool Warehouse* and Deramores* ship internationally, Caro’s Atelier* has everything you need in the Benelux and Europe, Knotty House* stocks Namaste in North America (US and Canada), plus there are hundreds of great retailers all over the place who stock Scheepjes yarns. If they don’t have Namaste in stock, give them a friendly nudge 😉

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My Designer Shop at Deramores.com

Exciting news: Just in time for Christmas, I’ve started an exciting collaboration with Deramores.com, where you will be able to purchase pattern and yarn kits that I’ve put together, just for you!

To start with, you’ll be able to get your hands on kits for my Whispering Wind Chimes from YARN 5, Woman, my Woodland Friends Bunny along with Our Tribe My Tribe, Fade Out, Flat Out Fabulous, and coming soon will be the RainBOOM! Wrap.

So how does it work?  you can click through to the store, and when you choose to buy, you will receive the yarn sent to you, and the pattern will be sent to you as well.

It’s also possible to just buy the digital pattern if you like, so you can use it a bit like Ravelry!

Each kit comes with the original colourways that I created them with, and I intend to get more colourways added over time.  Do you have any in particular that you would love to see?  Let me know and I’ll see what I can do!

In the meantime, I do hope you will enjoy, happy shopping!

WIP Wednesday, and a Sneaky Reveal!

It was the golden hour when I took pics to show you this latest WIP; that moment when you just want to bask in the glow.

Recently I showed you the yarn I’m using for a new free pattern project, using Scheepjes Namaste, and this is how it’s working up.

It’s going to be an oversized, chunky, open stitched cardigan which will envelop you and feel like a warm hug.  It will be one size, but I’ll also add information to make it smaller if you desire.  

But in the meantime, I also have a sneaky reveal for you!  I made matching hats for my daughter and myself, each using one skein of Namaste!

It is so deliciously warm and soft.  Not so warm that you start to feel the prickles of sweat, it’s just perfect for when it’s a bit too chilly to go out uncovered, and the open shell stitches keep it breathable.  Plus, as Namaste is a wool/acrylic blend, it’s always going to be lovely and soft!

I’ve written two sets of instructions for this (kid and adult sizes), and I’ll share those in the next week or so, so stay tuned for that, AND for the cardigan reveal!

In the meantime, get your hands on the yarn! It’s available at all the usual fabulous Scheepjes retailers, along with my LYS Caro’s Atelier* here in Almere, Deramores* and of course Wool Warehouse*.

Easy Pose, Namaste

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Have you seen the latest yarn offering from Scheepjes?

None of us Scheepjes bloggers are being particularly “yoga” in our responses to this release.  Instead we’re all much more Jane Fonda, circa 1982, jumping around in our enthusiasm! (and spandex?)

Namaste is a gorgeous bulky yarn; a virgin wool and acrylic blend, spun in a way that reminds me of the roving yarn that’s so popular right now.

The yarn calls for 8mm hooks and needles, and there is 85m in a 100g ball.  It’s also available in 33 different shades, and you can see all of my favourites are there! Take a look at the Ravelry page for all the details.

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I have a couple of projects in the works with this yarn, the first in the lovely teal shade (Dolphin) and another in light grey (warrior).  I can’t wait to show you the progress pics!

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I couldn’t wait to see how it worked up, so I made a simple granny square, and it really is very nice.  It’s smooth, and has a slight sheen, and even though it’s a single ply, it’s not too hard to frog.

And, of course it has the famed Easy Start tab which we all love so much.

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I haven’t knitted with it yet, but Carmen has, and it’s just as pretty!

While you’re waiting for my project(s) to evolve, pop over to Rachele at Cypress Textiles for her free Shavasana motif and her thoughts on the yarn.

The yarn is available at all the usual fabulous retailers, along with my LYS Caro’s Atelier* here in Almere, Deramores* and of course Wool Warehouse*.

Namaste (I always feel so cheesy saying that.  I feel like I need to add an exclamation point, but that isn’t very namaste, is it?)

*affiliate link

Flat Out Fabulous – Knit Shawl Big Reveal

Here she is, and she’s Flat Out Fabulous!

Flat out fabulous shawl by Nerissa Muijs missneriss.com

At around 2 metres end to end, and nice and deep, she wraps around beautifully.

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And tucks in to keep your neck warm and lifts your outfit – a flat out fabulous winter accessory!

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Using the larger than recommended needle size has increased the squish factor a thousand fold.  I hadn’t realised that the Scheepjes Stone Washed/River Washed could be so smooshy!

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She’s become my number one shawl since the weather turned.  I can’t get enough of these two colours (Steenbras and Yarra) together, and she’s so warm! The fuzz traps heat like nobody’s business.

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She’s also my new favourite dog walking shawl, we have a blast!

So I’ve been busy writing the pattern, and you won’t believe it, but I was halfway through transcribing my instructions, when they just stopped.  The entire second half has just gone poof! into thin air. No idea where I put the notes, but luckily I have all the key points. So the pattern will still be ready next week, I can’t wait to share it with you.

In preparation for the free pattern, you’ll need 3 balls of steenbras and 4 balls of Yarra.

Grab the yarn from any of your favourite Scheepjes retailers, or from my LYS Caro’s Atelier* in Almere (NL and european-wide shipping), or Wool Warehouse* and Deramores* who ship globally.

YARN Blog Hop: Chunky Knits for Christmas?

Last week I shared my excitement for the launch of Scheepjes YARN – Folk. Do you already have your hands on a copy?

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Together with all the other designers who contributed to this issue, I’m joining in on a blog hop to tell you about how my Frida shawl came to life.  Kirsten at Haak Maar Raak posted about her adorable Christmas Cuddles on Monday; if you haven’t seen that, you must ooh and ahh over the adorable Santa and his elf.

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You’ll have seen my Frida shawl by now. It’s a chunky grey knit with colourful floral embroidery and a buckle to close.

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So how did I come up with it? Well, I love the look of embroidery on knit and crochet, and I love a chunky knit.  And last winter I saw these cool fleecy wraps which had a buckle to keep them in place and thought: what a great idea, that would work so well in knit/crochet!  You can relate I’m sure: I see crochet and knit designs in just about every piece of fabric I come across.

So I put those three ideas together and started knitting.  I knit the shawl well in advance, but then I came up against all sorts of head scratching moments when it came to the embroidery.  It just wasn’t working out for me. The yarn I had chosen for the embroidery was too fine (I had originally chosen Scheepjes Sweet Treat) and was getting lost in the bulky knit.

So I thought perhaps I should ditch the embroidery altogether and try felt appliques:

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Again, it just wasn’t working.  The felt was all wrong, and I was starting to feel the stress of the idea not working out how I had intended.  In a fit of frustration I balled the shawl and threw it in a corner for a couple of weeks, while I did something else to reignite my creativity.

When I was ready to come back and try again, I decided to use a heavier weight yarn for the embroidery, and settled on Scheepjes Cahlista.  I also enlisted the help of a soluble stabiliser and they were a golden combination!  All of a sudden it all came together and the creative juices were in full flow.

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(The above picture is courtesy of my friend Rebekka, who tested for me.)

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After all the frustration and stress, I felt the most incredible feeling of relief and satisfaction to box this up and send it off. And now, seeing it out in the wild I just can’t stop smiling about it!

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Do make sure if you plan on making the shawl that you share your project on Ravelry.  The pattern listing is here: Frida Shawl.

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Now, Scheepjes is running a giveaway on their Facebook page!  You can be in with the chance to win a copy of this issue of YARN – Folk plus all the yarn you need to make your favourite design!

What you need to do is head to the Facebook post from Scheepjes, comment on that post with your favourite design (Frida, obviously!), then be sure to read all of the posts in this blog hop series to find the ‘secret symbol’ hidden in each blog post which will come together to create a secret message.  Once you you have the message, return to your original comment on the FB post and add a reply to your own comment with the message. The giveaway will run until 11 November, and a winner will be drawn on the 12th.  Good luck!

Tomorrow Jellina is sharing her experience (and her clue), so be sure to visit her blog to read all about it!

Lastly, don’t forget to order your very own copy of YARN (and all the back issues):

Online from:

Wool Warehouse*

Deramores*

Caro’s Atelier*

Habbedash*

And your favourite Scheepjes retailers.

*affiliate links

New Knitting Adventure

I’ve been saving this project for the cooler weather, but I’ve realised that with this extended summer we’re having, I’ll never get it out there!

I’m working on a knitting pattern actually, with one of my universal favourites, Scheepjes Stone Washed XL.  Actually, not Stone Washed, but River Washed XL!

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Scheepjes River Washed is essentially the same composition as the Stone Washed, but instead of the white core with coloured fuzz, the core has a complementary, or contrasting colour.

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See in the picture above? The two yarns have a contrasting core, but the same fuzz, making them best friends.  Coincidentally, these are my two favourite colourways, Yarra and Steenbras.

River Washed is available in 14 colourways, plus 8 colours with a muted mustard core.river-washed-def

So I mentioned in the title of this, I’m working on a knitting project!  It will be a squishy knitted shawl, using 7mm needles.  I’m breaking out my Prym Ergonomics*, which are probably nearly my favourite needles.  If they were interchangeable I’d use them exclusively. Actually, I see that Caro’s Atelier stock them in a 2.5mm size now, so I’ll have to grab a pair for socks!

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Now the important stuff; you need to get your hands on this yarn!

Scheepjes stockists everywhere have River Washed XL, plus my local LYS Caro’s Atelier* here in Almere, Deramores* and Wool Warehouse*

So there’s no excuse, really.

I’ll be back next week with some progress pics, until then!

*affiliate link

Tulip Mandala – Free Crochet Pattern

Hey there!  Today I want to share a design with you that I’ve been meaning to share for oh, about a year!

This is the expansion of the Spring Motif which I shared in 2017, so if you’ve made that already, this one will be a doddle. I love how mine looks in my living room.

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Spring crochet motif by @missneriss using Scheepjes Catona, available from Wool Warehouse http://bit.ly/wwcatona

What you’ll need

1 ball each of Scheepjes Catona Cutie pies 10g balls. I used:
C1: 520 (lavender)
C2: 385 (crystalline)
C3: 222 (tulip)
C4: 101 (candle light)
3mm crochet hook
Blocking mat
Pins
Tapestry needle

Measurements

22cm across

Tension

Not important

Abbreviations

(UK terms)
Ch chain
Ss slip stitch
Dc double crochet
Htr half treble crochet
Tr treble crochet
Dtr double treble crochet
Dc3l double crochet in the third loop
2trcl two treble crochet cluster

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Notes

This is a mandala aimed at confident beginners, worked in rounds, using your choice of Scheepjes Catona cutie pies. While tension is not important, if your tension is usually tight, consider going up half or a whole hook size to avoid curling.

When working round 7, work the stitches into the bottom of the post, between the loops (see picture under round 7 instructions).

Lastly, don’t forget to block! Stretch the points out to 22cm

Instructions

  1. C1, ch2, 12 tr into a magic ring, ss to join.IMG_0159
  2. Ch3, tr same, 2tr in the next and the next 10 stitches, ss to join.IMG_0160
  3. C2, ch4, tr same, skip 1, [tr, ch1, tr] next. [skip 1, (tr, ch1, tr)] 10 times, ss to join.IMG_0146
  4. C3, join in a ch space, ch2, [tr, ch1, 2trcl] in same ch space, [ch2, (2trcl, ch1, 2trcl) next ch space], repeat 11 times. Ch2, ss to join.IMG_0144
  5. C4: join in ch1 space between 2trcl, ch2, [tr, 3dtr, tr] in the ch2 space, [htr in the ch space between clusters (tr, 3dtr, tr in ch2 space)] repeat 11 times, ss to join.IMG_0147
  6. C1, join to an htr, [dc, ch3, skip 2], repeat 24 times ss to join.IMG_0148
  7. C2, join to a dc two rounds above the clusters from round 4, ch4, tr into the bottom of the same stitch, ch2, skip chain stitches, dc into the bottom of the next dc, ch2, skip chain stitches, [(tr, ch1, tr), ch2, skip ch stitches, dc into the bottom of the dc, ch2], repeat 11 times, ss to join.IMG_0149IMG_0150
  8. C3, join to ch1 space, ch2, tr, ch1, 2trcl in the same ch space, ch8, skip to next ch1 space, [(2trcl, ch1, 2trcl), ch8, skip to next ch1 space], repeat 11 times, ss to join.IMG_0151
  9. C1, join to a dc from round 6, ch4 (counts as 1st dtr), [3dtr in ch2 space from round 6, ch3, skip clusters, 3dtr next ch2 space from round 6, dtr in dc] 10 times, 3dtr in next ch2 space, ch3, skip clusters, 3dtr in the next ch2 space, ss to join.IMG_0153From the back:IMG_0154
  10. Ch5, dtr in the same, tr, htr, dc next 3, htr, tr, [(dtr, ch1, dtr), tr, htr, dc next 3, htr, tr], 11 times, ss to join.IMG_0155
  11. C4, join to ch space, [(dc, ch1, dc) same space, dc next 4, skip 1, dc next 4], repeat 12 times, ss to join.
  12. Ch1, dc3l same, [ch2, skip ch space, dc3l next 10], 12 times, ss to join. Tie off.IMG_0157IMG_8441

Chart

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I hope you enjoy, don’t forget to share your pics on Instagram with hashtag #obsessedwithcrochet!

 

Whispering Wind Chimes Crochet Pattern in YARN – Woman

Hey there.  It’s been a while.  Much longer that I had hoped. A lot has happened, but that’s a story for another day.

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While I was gone, Scheepjes released a new edition of their bi-annual book-a-zine YARN.  This time the theme celebrates Woman.

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This series touches on themes such as The Good Wife, Rebel Daughter, Soul Sister, and Earth Mother. You’ll also find a feature of all the bloggers who collaborate with Scheepjes, and will learn about our inspiration and role models.

I have one design in this edition, the Whispering Wind Chimes.  It is a series of five lanterns, using Scheepjes Sunkissed.  You’ll also need 2 20cm dream catcher rings per lantern and 10 round bells.

You can hang the lanterns in the garden as decoration, or thread them onto fairy lights, or hang a battery operated candle or LED lamp inside.

It’s a very easy pattern, great for someone who is just starting out and wants to learn how to make basic stitches look interesting as it looks more difficult than it is.  The pattern is also easily adapted to become larger or smaller (feel free to reach out to me if you’d like help with this).

Along with my Whispering Wind Chimes, you can see Susan Carlson’s design, using my MissNeriss Our Tribe colourway in her Little Sister shawl.  The colours are just perfect, I never tire of seeing projects in my colourway.

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You can get your hands on the latest copy of YARN, Woman at almost all of the fab Scheepjes retailers.

The book is also available at Wool Warehouse* and Deramores* for global shipping, and Caro’s Atelier* in NL

Both Deramores* and Caro’s Atelier* have put together packs with everything you’ll need. Be quick though, they’re selling out!

Which is your favourite project in Yarn – Woman?  Hit me with them, and tell me which you’ve made already!

*affiliate link

It’s the RainBOOM! Crochet Pattern Launch

Happy Spring to the Northern Hemisphere! And I’m also thinking that for many antipodeans autumn is a welcome relief from the summer heat.

I used to dream about that first frost when I lived in Alice Springs to come and kill all the flies and bring with it those gorgeous sunny days – days which are still warmer than the average dutch summer.  Sigh.

Anyway, today is RainBOOM! day.  I have the free pattern of my latest Scheepjes design to share with you, are you ready?

Rainbow Wrap made with Scheepjes Stone/River washed cutie pies: http://shrsl.com/ubkw

What You’ll Need

One Stone Washed River Washed Colour Pack (all fifty colours); which you can pick up from most Scheepjes retailers, including:

Wool Warehouse* (for UK and global shipping)
Caro’s Atelier* (in the Benelux and Europe)
Black Sheep Wools* (in the UK)
Knotty House* (US and Canada)
Snufflebean Yarn (in the UK)
5mm crochet hook

Measurements

200cm (point to point) x 50cm wide

Tension

16 stitches by 8.5 rows in 10cm² in treble (US double) crochet

Abbreviations

(UK Terms)

MR magic ring
Tr treble crochet (US terms: DC double crochet)
Ch chain stitch
Inc increase – two treble crochet stitches in one stitch (US terms: two double crochet stitches in one stitch)
Tr2tog decrease – two treble crochet stitches into one stitch (US terms: two double crochet stitches into one stitch) [yarn over (YO), insert hook in stitch (st) , pull up a loop. YO hook, pull through 2 loops. YO hook insert in next st, pull up a loop, YO, pull through 2 loops YO, pull through last 3 loops.]
[…] repeat instructions between brackets the required number of times.
(801) denotes colour number from the yarn label.

Notes

This is a beginner friendly pattern, designed to use all 50 colours of the Scheepjes Stone Washed and River Washed colour pack.

The wrap will be constructed in two pieces, working back and forth in rows. First making two triangles, then diagonal rows, and finally joining the two pieces and adding tassels from the leftovers.  There will be minimal yarn left over, so do pay attention to your tension. Use either colour 801 or 803 and make a swatch.

At the end of each row you should ch2 and turn, this will not count as a stitch throughout. The instruction is only mentioned in row 1, as a reminder.

While making the triangle, the rows will increase by 3 stitches each side (6 per row), with an increase at the flat edge, and also in the ch space.

Weave in your ends as you go, this will vastly reduce the amount of work at the end of the project.

Where the colour number is noted at the beginning of a row (801), you should change tie off at the previous row and start using the next colour.

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Instructions

Note: There was an error in the colour numbers below.  I’ve since corrected the order, but I definitely recommend you laying all the colours out in order before you start, just to be sure!

    1. (801) MR, tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2, ch2, turn.
    2. Inc, tr, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr, inc in the last.
    3. Inc, tr x 4, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 4, inc
    4. (821) Inc, tr x 7, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 7, inc
    5. Inc,tr x 10, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 10, inc
    6. Inc, tr x 13, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 13, inc
    7. (820) Inc, tr x 16, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 16, inc
    8. Inc, tr x 19, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 19, inc
    9. Inc, tr x 22, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x22, inc
    10. (836) Inc, tr x 25, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 25, inc
    11. Inc, tr x 28, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 28, inc
    12. Inc, tr x 31, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 31, inc
    13. (835) Inc, tr x 34, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 34
    14. Inc, tr x 37, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 37, inc
    15. Inc, tr x 40, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 40, inc
    16. (943) Inc, tr x 43, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 43, inc
    17. Inc, tr x 46, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 46, inc
    18. (945) Inc, tr x 49, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 49, inc
    19. Inc, tr x 52, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 52, inc
    20. (942) Inc, tr x55, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 55, inc
    21. Inc, tr x 58, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 58, inc
    22. (807) Inc, tr x 61, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 61, inc
    23. Inc,tr x 64, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 64, inc
    24. (946) Inc, tr x 67, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 67, inc
    25. Inc, tr x 70, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 70, inc
    26. (823) Inc, tr x 73, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 73, inc
    27. (944) Inc, tr x 76, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 76, inc
    28. (816) Inc, tr x 79, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 79, inc
    29. (947) Inc, tr x 82, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 82, inc
    30. (834) Inc, tr x 85, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 85, inc
    31. (817) Inc, tr x 88, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 88, inc
    32. (833) Inc, tr x 91, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 91, inc
    33. (809) tr x 94, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 94, inc
    34. (832) Inc, tr x 97, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 97, inc
    35. (812) Inc, tr x 100, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 100, inc

    Repeat rows 1-35 in the following order:

    1. (803) MR, tr x 2, ch2, trx 2, ch2, turn.
    2. Inc, tr x 2, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 2, inc in the last.
    3. Inc, tr x 4, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 4, inc
    4. (802) Inc, tr x 7, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 7, inc
    5. Inc, tr x 10, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 10, inc
    6. Inc, tr x 13, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 13, inc
    7. (829) Inc, tr x 16, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 16, inc
    8. Inc, tr x 19, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 19, inc
    9. Inc, tr x 22, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x22, inc
    10. (822) Inc, tr x 25, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 25, inc
    11. Inc, tr x 28, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 28, inc
    12. Inc, tr x 31, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 31, inc
    13. (804) Inc, tr x 34, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 34
    14. Inc, tr x 37, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 37, inc
    15. Inc, tr x 40, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 40, inc
    16. (831) Inc, tr x 43, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 43, inc
    17. Inc, tr x 46, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 46, inc
    18. (814) Inc, tr x 49, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 49, inc
    19. Inc, tr x 52, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 52, inc
    20. (811) Inc, tr x55, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 55, inc
    21. Inc, tr x 58, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 58, inc
    22. (810) Inc, tr x 61, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 61, inc
    23. Inc, tr x 64, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 64, inc
    24. (808) Inc, tr x 67, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 67, inc
    25. Inc, tr x 70, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 70, inc
    26. (818) Inc, tr x 73, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 73, inc
    27. (830) Inc, tr x 76, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 76, inc
    28. (949) Inc, tr x 79, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 79, inc
    29. (941) Inc, tr x 82, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 82, inc
    30. (950) Inc, tr x 85, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 85, inc
    31. (805) Inc, tr x 88, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 88, inc
    32. (828) Inc, tr x 91, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 91, inc
    33. (813) Inc, tr x 94, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 94, inc
    34. (824) Inc, tr x 97, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 97, inc
    35. (952) Inc, tr x 100, [tr x 2, ch2, tr x 2] in the ch space, tr x 100, inc
    36. (824) inc, tr to 2nd last stitch, tr2tog in last and ch space, ch2 turn
    37. Tr2tog, tr to 2nd last stitch, inc, ch2 turn.
    38. Inc, tr to 3rd last stitch, tr2tog in last 2 stitchs, tie off.

    Repeat rows 38, 37 and 38 (as a set of three rows) 8 times, in the following order:

    1. (815)
    2. (825)
    3. (953)
    4. (951)
    5. (954)
    6. (826)
    7. (806)
    8. (819)

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Repeat rows 37 and 38 with colour (827), then saving a long tail, whip stitch the two pieces together, with the long edge of piece two matching up with the point of piece one.

Tassels

Separating the leftover colours from piece one and piece two, cut 30-40cm lengths, and double stranded, knot tassels in each second stitch along both short (diagonal) sides.

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Chart

rainBOOM chart

Block to size, enjoy!

Here it is, laid out on the ground to give you an idea of the size.  I didn’t have a $20 note for scale, so the bunny (who has serious FOMO and has to be in the middle of everything) will have to do 😉

RainBOOM Wrap - free crochet pattern by MissNeriss

 

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