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I am at yellow marker. Instructions say: “Row 3: Knit to last stitch before turn, k2 together, k3, turn work.”
Do I knit to last stitch before white (LEFT) marker or knit all the way to the end, past white marker?
I’ve attached finished shawl shape for reference. Hoping to finish before Saturday ESSS short row show ‘n’ share.
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A Hooker’s World How Deep Is The Ocean Scarf Pattern v1 USD $2.00
Thanks to Kathy – one of my pattern purchasers – I have updated A Hooker’s World How Deep Is The Ocean Scarf Pattern with an error that has been there since 2014! Yikes. As such, a long-time error like this would not suffice with a simple strike-through correction.
A Hooker’s World How Deep Is The Ocean Crochet Scarf Pattern now includes: Advanced Instructions and better written Fundamental-To-Intermediate Instructions. Of course, I have updated my price for this pattern: USD $2.00.
I found this pattern to an excellent choice with any short- or long-pooling gradient yarn because the advanced simple crochet really breaks up the pattern/pooling into something unique, actually showing off the texture right through everything.
On da Hook: ?
Off da Hook: September 12, 2014
Pattern: Ballet Neck Tee from Vogue Knitting Crochet 2014 Special Collector’s Issue
Yarn: Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball Crazy (Fiber Content: 75% Virgin Wool, 25% Nylon; Yarn Color: 1701 Papagei; Yarn Weight: 1, Fingering)
I am finally done! I saw this in the magazine and wanted to make as a store sample. I had to wait for the yarn. By the time the yarn came in, Ms. Stewart saw it and wanted to make it also. Since she was a customer, she got first dips on the yarn when it arrived and I had to wait for a second shipment. This is a store sample.
At the beginning I found the pattern tedious, especially the slip stitching across the entire row. It was not until I had done it once that I discovered an easier option was single crochet. By the time I got to the back panel, I was very comfortable with the pattern, despite having to frog the second half due to a missed row of double crochet. I also experience stitch count errors with the front, which did not present themselves on the back panel.
As I completed the project, I began to wonder: was the yarn made specifically for this pattern or is it just a coincidence that the colors line up so well? Perhaps if I took the time to read the whole article – provided there was one – I might know the answer to the question.
The name of my project – The Adventures of Raindance Maggie by The Red Hot Chili Peppers – was borrowed from Water From A Vine Leaf Shawl, whose name was changed to more accurately match the colorway.
As you can see from the image above, you will achieve a different finished object depending on the color runs in the yarn. I find both very attractive.
With the rebranding of Off da Hook Designs to A Hooker’s World, I have made some changes and one particular change is that the pattern for How Deep Is The Ocean Scarf is no longer available for free. The pattern is available for purchase in the
AHW Store (Closed) or in my Ravelry Store (Closed) or by following the link above to the patterns page. 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, as $1.00 is a nominal fee If you are onRavelry , I would appreciate your linking your project to this recipe, so I can send a request to feature your finished object
Scarf 2: Jean Genie by David Bowie
Yarn: Newton’s Yarn Country Kroy Pencil Roving
Fiber Content: 100% Superwash Wool
Yarn Color: Unknown
Yarn Weight: 4, Worsted
USD $90.00. Removed from stock; donated to charity.