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« on: November 30, 2008 07:21:20 AM »

well since i've been making hats for my daughter i thought it's only fair i make something for my son so i decided a scoodie. i used blizzard yarn and an N hook it only took a few hours to make since it's for a toddler

and me in it mwhahaha i really want one for myself but this yarn was expensive if you ask me (66 yards for 9 dollars and i used two of a toddler) very soft and warm though.

thanks for looking Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2008 08:21:21 AM »

very cute!

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« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2008 09:29:03 AM »

i really love it! how did you do that with the back, did you first start with this part on the top and then just added the back part?? im just in love with it that why all the qeustions...
« Reply #3 on: November 30, 2008 09:51:25 AM »

i really love it! how did you do that with the back, did you first start with this part on the top and then just added the back part?? im just in love with it that why all the qeustions...
i did the scarf 1st (two rows of blue one of gray) then went in 40 on each side (i only chained 115) thinking that would be big enough and reattached the gray yarn and dc across to get to the other point then i did a few rows back and forth like that before i wanted to try to make an upside down U (i've heard alot of people mention this so thats why i tryed to get mine like that) to decrease the top i ch2 (counts as 1st dc) sk next st, dc in each st, skip a st, dc in 2nd (or 3rd) ch from prev row) does that make sence? and i just did this till i got to how narrow i wanted it (actually i had to frog some work) then i cut that yarn and reattached the blue on the side next to wear the scarf meets it and did two dc in each dc or ch. i do think i ended up skipping a st here or there in the blue on the 2nd or 3rd row though.

does any of this make sence? i am thinking of making another one in homespun if you (or anyone) want i can write out the pattern when i attempt it

« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2008 09:35:55 AM »

I'd love a tute  Wink.
« Reply #5 on: December 04, 2008 03:55:49 PM »

i'll work on one soon i am trying out different patterns a bit i'll post a tut here when i come up with it

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