Tuesday, February 11, 2014

In Case You Feel Afraid to Try the 7 Twisted LATTE Infinity Scarf, Here Are Some Pictures from the Ruffle Infinity Crochet Cowl Scarf Pattern to Give You the Confidence You Need



In case you are afraid to try the 7 twisted latte infinity scarf, here are some pictures from the crochet scarf pattern to give you the confidence you need.
LATTE Crochet Ruffle Infinity Cowl Scarf
LATTE Crochet Ruffle Infinity Cowl Scarf
For those of you who of crocheted my previous patterns involving the Mobius twist, you have a chance to upgrade your crochet skills with my LATTE ruffle infinity crochet scarf. Instead turning the chain one 1/2, turn it 7 half twists. The latte infinity scarf follows the same and different steps as the SNAKE infinity scarf.

Seasoned crocheters have told me that they have never crocheted anything like this before. They have crocheted for 30-40 years. Some of my Etsy customers consider this a new challenge. I don't want to give away too many details of the pattern. I get so many Etsy views of it everyday. I get the feeling you would like to try it but feel intimidated. Do not let it do so!!! The rest of the details you will have to purchase the pattern. I offer my email address. If you need to call me, email me your phone number and we can talk. 

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Ch 77 with your size N(9.00mm) crochet hook

Attention, this is important:
Hold your chain flat
Hold your chain flat
Hold your chain flat (with your left thumb on top) and be sure the whole chain lies flat and faced up.




twist the chain seven halves
twist the chain seven halves
With only your left hand, twist the chain seven halves, with your thumb towards your body. (your starting tail will rest on the inside during your work) If you want the scarf to twist the other way, your starting tail will rest on the outside during your work. 
Hold the chain facing the front
  1. Twist the chain 1 half towards your body. The back side now faces you.
  2. Twist the chain 1 half towards your body. The front side now faces you.
  3. Twist the chain 1 half again towards your body. The back side now faces you.
  4. Twist the chain 1 half again towards your body. The front side now faces you.
  5. Twist the chain 1 half again towards your body. The backside now faces you
  6. Twist the chain 1 half again towards your body. The front side now faces you
  7. Twist the chain 1 half again towards your body. The back side now faces you

Insert your hook through the first chain and join together the 2 ends with a slip stitch.
Insert your hook
Insert your hook through the first chain and join together the 2 ends with a slip stitch.
You work will start to look like this







The crochet chain takes shape
The crochet chain takes shape
FP-Ex-SC - Front Post Extended Single Crochet - stitch is raised to the front side of the work. Insert
hook from front to back to front again around the post of next designated stitch. Draw the yarn
through the post, yo, pull through one loop, yo, pull through 2 remaining loops. Lower case: fp-ex-sc refers to the stitch in the previous row.

BP-Ex-SC - Back Post Extended Single Crochet - stitch is raised to the back side of the work. Insert
hook from back to front to back again around the post of next designated stitch. Draw the yarn
through the post, yo, pull through one loop, yo, pull through remaining 2 loops. Lower case: bp-ex-sc
refers to the stitch in the previous row.

Ex-SC - Extended Single Crochet - insert the hook through the stitch; yo; pull through one loop; yo; pull through two loops.

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