On da Hook: October 18, 2013 Off da Hook: November 15, 2013 Pattern:Night and Day Scarf by Hooker Leo Yarn A:Universal Deluxe Superwash (Marigold); 100% superwash wool Yarn B: Universal Deluxe Superwash (Twilight); 100% superwash wool Hook: Boye US H/8 – 5.0 mm Finished Size: 6 x 79 inches, excluding fringe
One of my favorite songs is “Night and Day,” by Cole Porter, performed by U2 from the album Red, Hot +Blue: A Tribute to Cole Porter. I finally was able to obtain the song for my own listening pleasure and decided to create this scarf as homage, and as a sample for my upcoming Filet Crochet class at The Knitting Tree, L A.
This filet crochet pattern is based on a 3×3 grid, not your normal 4 x 3 grid, so that every square represents 3 double crochet versus 4.
As with all my patterns:
I condone any realized profit from selling your finished project
I ask that you do not duplicate or copy the pattern for dissemination among your friends
If you are Ravelry, I would appreciate your linking your project to this recipe, so I can send a request to feature your finished object
On da Hook: September 9, 2013 Off da Hook: October 6, 2013 Pattern:The Knitting Tree by Hooker Leo of A Hooker’s World Yarn A:Cascade 220 Heathers (9599 Savanna) Yarn B:Universal Deluxe Superwash (728 Pulp) Hook: US H – 5.0 mm Dimensions: 12-inch square
This is my store sample for the tapestry crochet class I will begin teaching this month at The Knitting Tree L A. Had I been more attentive when making my yarn choices, I would have chosen two colors by the same manufacturer. I say this because it wasn’t until I started that I realized how much thinner/stretchy the Universal yarn was than the Cascade yarn. As such, I was not able to carry my colors because the first stitch in the lighter color never appeared proper. Therefore, while you can’t see them, there are a gazillion ends behind that fabric.
The pattern is available on my patterns page, which may be accessed from the navigation menu at top or by following the pattern link. While I condone your profit from making this pillow, I do ask that you do not copy the pattern and disseminate among your friends, as I don’t think USD $2.50 is an exorbitant fee for a crochet pattern. As with all my patterns, if you maintain a presence on Ravelry, I would appreciate your linking to the pattern, so I can contact you and feature your project on the pattern page.