I Had A Dream I Was Falling Through A Hole In The Ozone Layer Infant Afghan

Name

I Had A Dream I Was Falling Through A Hole In The Ozone Layer by Deee-Lite

The song is very dreamy, like looking into a ecologic spiral that can lull you to sleep with its softness.

The Afghan / Hat

On da Hook: November 22, 2014
Off da Hook: November 22, 2014
Pattern: Improvised by Hooker Leo
Hook: US K
Finished Size: 28-inch diameter (afghan)
Price: USD $75.00

Almost done with my bulky weight yarn stash, this afghan was made with one skein of each color. I really love the blue and green together.

2018-08-14: removed from inventory; donated to charity

2014-11-27: I did have enough yarn to make a hat, though after reading the pattern carefully, I discovered that the hat I made is for 9-12 months old versus newborn. Grrr!

Designer Notes

Construction of this afghan began with a magic loop with yarn A, chain 1, 2 single crochets, 2 half double crochets, 2 double crochets. Yarn B was attached and instructions were repeated.

For row two and onward, I simply worked a crochet circle formula in double crochet, increasing every row to the end, alternating between working yarn A and yarn B.

The last row of each color (20 stitches) was worked in 20 half double crochets, 20 single crochets, and 20 slip stitches.

Yarn

Yarn A: Lion Brand Homespun

Fiber Content: 98% Acrylic, 2% Polyester
Yarn Color: 368 Montana Sky
Yarn Weight: 5, Bulky

Yarn B: Lion Brand Homespun

Fiber Content: 98% Acrylic, 2% Polyester
Yarn Color: 369 Florida Keys Green
Yarn Weight: 5, Bulky

I am not sure if I have enough for a matching hat, but am pretty sure I have enough for an infant hat in the same colors.

 

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