Crochet Nyan Cat Scarf I made for a fun Fall Blog Swap I participated in! It was one of my funnest pattern but it was also really difficult. Only because I wanted the eyes, feet, tail and ears to be just perfect.
To check out the wonderful model and the recipient of the scarf you can visit her here at Quirky Chrissy! I was so happy that she liked it! Although I think I made it a bit too short…sorry hun…I forget not EVERYONE is as short as me LOL
For the wave pattern I got it here from this amazing blogger known as Attic 24.
As for the cat…um sorry can’t help you there I didn’t keep track of my stitches. Sorry maybe next time!
I love my new wash cloths! Love them so much that I still haven’t been able to use them! They were super easy to make and each took me about an hour! Thanks to this amazing blogger for writing out the pattern! Just make sure to use thick cotton yarn…any other type won’t work.
As requested!! Sorry if this pattern is horrible it’s the first time that I’m actually writing a pattern ^^ Hope it’s understandable if not please let me know and I’ll try to explain it! Enjoy!
Attach the rose to where you would like it at the end. (I did it at about the 5th set of dc in). I used an I-Hook and crocheted the rose very loosely. Here’s the pattern for the Crochet Rose. I used the Lion Brand Homespun Yarn below 320 Regency color.
Row 1: 90 stitches
Row 2: dc in 3stitch from hook, dc again in same stitch, *skip next 2 stitches then TWO dc in next stitch, chain 2* Repeat from * to * to end of row. Turn and chain 2.
Row 3: *2 dc in ch-2* (so 2 dc in between where the 2 chains from the previous row were made). Turn and chain 2.
Row 4-7: Repeat Row 3.
Row 8: *2 dc in ch-2* Repeat from *to* till about after the 24th set of dc and chain 11-12 stitches and continue again from *to* till end and tie off and hide loose ends. (This part really depends on how snug you want the scarf to fit on you. I tuck in one end into the stitches.)
Okay…so this is kinda where my baby crazy mode kicked in…well sort of, I’ll write that in another post but when I first saw this Pumpkin Crochet Hat I fell in love with is and although I don’t have a baby I just had to make it…hopefully for one in the near future! The pattern is here.