I also have a new viewer request video. It’s pretty specific, but those are usually the ones that are the most needed when you lease expect it. This video will show you how to decrease FPSC (front post single crochet) and BPSC (back post single crochet ) when working in the round.
Here is my newest free pattern to share with everyone.
These arm warmers are great for a man or woman. I made these out of some of my yarn subscription yarn and it didn’t even take a whole hank.
So tomorrow, I’m going to be posting a giveaway with the other hank I received so one of you guys can win it! Be sure to check back or better yet subscribe to the blog and get an email when the contest is live.
But back to the pattern.
This is a very easy one stitch repeat. The video tutorial will also show you a trick on how to keep your arm warmers the same size in case you are anything like me and are constantly making one smaller than the other.
I also did a review of the yarn I used so you can check out that video below and get a sneak peek of what you can win.
I’m calling this project a scarf cowl because it’s long enough to wear as a scarf, or you can double it up to keep your neck nice and toasty. It’s really easy and only a one row pattern repeat, so even beginners should be able to make it.
I’m loving the color combination Knitcrate sent me and in the step-by-step video tutorial that accompanies this pattern, you can learn how to make the color changes on this project without ever having to cut your ends. That means the only weaving in you do is your starting and ending tails! Yes way!
It’s a free pattern workshop for this super easy cowl. It uses a stitch pattern commonly called “moss stitch”. It’s extremely easy to make and great for a beginner crocheter. You can easily make it in a night or two and wear it this weekend.