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Moon Tide Scarf and Pina Colada Shawl Free patterns

My newest free patterns that I designed for Nurturing Fibers, unique South African Eco Yarn.

Patterns been posted on the Nurturing Fibers website http://nurturingfibres.com/, and later on we spotted few big mistakes… oops! Next time I’ll definettely have pattern tested before publishing… lesson learned! 

New updated patterns live on Nurturing Fibers website!!

To download click below:

Moon Tide Scarf Pattern

Pina Colada Shawl Pattern

Also I got few messages regarding joining pineapples together… its probably not very clear described in my pattern… so to make it easy for all I made video tutorial. Yes, my first video tutorial… very simple and basic… I hope it helps. And please don’t be to hard on me… it is my first one, so please excuse my beginner level editing skills;)

Click Here for my video tutorial on How to join pineapples colour A to colour B.

Thank you and if you have any questions regarding my patterns please contact me via Facebook page or Instagram 

Cheers ;)

Yuli

~ Nina ~ fingerless gloves pattern

Fingerless gloves pattern inspired by ~ Nina and fresh cup of coffee from Blue Shed.

 

For this gloves I used:

-3 – 4 ply yarn

– 2.5 mm crochet hook 

– tapestry needle

~ Abbreviation ~

ch – chain;

sc – single crochet;

dc – double crochet;

sl.st. – slip stitch;

Note:  

sc rounds – 1 chains in the beginning of every row as a replacement for sc. Finish each round with 1 sl. st. in 1st sc from beginning of round.

pattern rounds – 3 chains in the beginning of every row as a replacement for dc.  Finish each round with 1 sl. st. in 3rd ch from beginning of round.

~ Pattern ~

1 round – start with 42 foundation single crochet or just chain 42. Join with sl.st to  1st sc or ch  to create round.

2 – 5 rounds – sc in each st = 42 sc

6 round –  3ch, 2 dc into same space as 3ch, *miss 2, 1dc into next st, miss 2, 5dc into next st, rep. *-* till the end of this round and finishing with – miss 2, 1dc into next st, miss 2, 2 dc in to same space as 3ch  from beginning of this round, sl.st into 3rd chain. See picture 1.

1a

7 round – 3ch, *miss 2, 5dc into next st, miss 2, 1 dc*, rep – *-* till the end of the round and finish with miss 2, 5dc into next st, miss 2, sl.st into 3rdch from beginning of this round. See picture 1.

8 – 13 rounds – rep rounds 6 and 7.

14 round  – 3ch, miss 2, 5dc into next st, miss 2, 1 dc. Then to create opening for thumb we will skip 5dc, crochet 5 sc base chain or make 5 chains, and 1 dc above next 5 dc see Picture 2.  Carry on with pattern till end of this round. 

15 round – 3ch, 2 dc into same space as 3ch, *miss 2, 1dc into next st, miss 2, 5dc into next st, rep *-* – 6times. See picture 2. Finish with – miss 2, 1dc into next st, miss 2, 2 dc in to same space as 3ch from beginning of this round, sl.st into 3rd chain.

1b

16 – 19 round – work pattern as in 6 and 7 round.

Finish glove by weaving ends with tapestry needle.

In this glove pattern I used crochet stitch “The Fans” from Mon Tricot “500 motifs, patterns and stitches” crochet dictionary.

“The Fan” stitch – multiple of 6 + 4 if work in rows and multiple of 6 if work in rounds.

When I made first pair of gloves with DK yarn I started with 36 ch ;) You can adjust pattern to suite thickness of your yarn, just remember that pattern must multiple of 6.

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first pair in DK

Have fun and play around with different yarn to create your own pair… and please don’t forget to share your pictures with me on my FB page or via e-mail;)

Have a beautiful week,

Yuli xx