I finally completed my first eBook: Hound’s Tooth & Beyond. It contains five stitch patterns all related to the crochet griddle stitch, which is the predominant stitch used to create a hound’s tooth pattern in crochet.
Black or White Scarf: Pattern Post | Project Post
Thrift Shop Scarf: Pattern Post | Project Post
Hound Dog Scarf: Pattern Post | Project Post
Not The Doctor Scarf: Pattern Post | Project Post
I’ve Got You Under My Skin Scarf: Pattern Post | Project Post
eBook Cost: USD $8.00, representing a savings of USD $2.00 when patterns purchased separately.
Hound’s Tooth & Beyond is available on AHW Patterns Page and my Ravelry Store.
On da Hook: February 14, 2017
Off da Hook: February 14, 2017
Project Name: Just What I Needed by The Cars
Yarns: Unknown (Fiber: Unknown/Wool; Yarn Colors: Navy Blue, Teal, Lavender, Multicolor; Yarn Weight: 4, Worsted)
Hook: US J
Dimensions: 16 (D) x 7 (W) inches
I received some dryer balls(?) a few years ago as a gift. I think they were supposed to remove lint and wrinkles from clothes while in the dryer. I never use a dryer so I had no use for them.
One day I unraveled them and was going to use the yarn for something. The other day I came across the magic ball I had made and today I decided to re-purpose the yarn into something I could donate during my next visit to my clinic, as there are many homeless in the area. My plan is to leave the cowl in a public place with a gift note.
Because the original dryer balls were a felted item, I presume some if not all of the yarn is wool. The teal certainly maintains some of the scratchiness associated with some wools.
The stitch I used is commonly known as Griddle Stitch and the cowl was made flat and seamed.