Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Free Crochet Pattern...Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf!

The Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf is a luxurious, lacy and stunning scarf to add to your wardrobe this season.  It is fun and easy to crochet and the lace pattern is engaging as well.  This scarf makes a lovely gift, but be sure to make one for yourself too!

Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf

By Jennifer Dickerson

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  • 3 Balls Knit Picks Capra DK (you can substitute yarn if you need to, just choose a yarn that recommends an I/5.5 mm hook)
  • I (5.5 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

  • 7.5 Inches Wide
  • 39 Inch Circumference (or make yours as long as you want)


Note: Infinity scarf as pictured was worked in 6 rows of each color to create striping.

Ch 26

Row 1: In the 4th ch from the hook, work a dc.  Work a dc in the next ch.  In the next ch, work *(1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc).  Skip the next ch, work a dc in each of the next two ch.  Repeat from * across, then 1 dc in the last ch.

Row 2: Ch 5 and turn.  Work *(3 dc, ch 3, 1 dc) in the ch 3 space from the previous row.  Repeat from * across.  Work 3 dc in the top ch of the turning chain.

Repeat row 2 until scarf is 39 inches long or desired length.  Do not fasten off yet and proceed below.

Finishing and Assembly:

Seam your scarf by sandwiching the ends together.  Work a slip stitch or a single crochet all the way across.  Weave in any ends that remain and you're finished!  

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Monday, November 24, 2014

How To Create A Cinch In A Handmade Headband!

When I shared the Annabelle Lace Headband, some of you asked about the stylish "cinch" in the headband, and how exactly I was able to do it. I am happy to say it is a total cinch! (Sorry, could not resist that one!) It literally takes just a minute to do and makes your headband look super cute!  be sure to scroll down to watch the video too.

To make you headband have a cinch, you'll need your headband (actually handmade or storebought is fine), a tapestry needle and a piece of matching yarn.

Begin by threading your tapestry needle and turn the headband inside out.

Next (opposite of the seam if you happen to have one), weave the tapestry needle in and out all the way across. The more you weave in and out with narrower spaces in between, the more neat looking and cinched it will appear.

When you are finished, it will look kind of like this:

Now remove the tapestry needle and tie in a sturdy knot. Weave in all ends and turn right side out.

All finished and super cute!

Click below to watch a video on how to create a cinch too!

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Free Knitting Pattern: Annabelle Lace Headband!

Annabelle Lace Headband
By Jennifer Dickerson

The Annabelle Lace Headband is a pretty, cozy, and easy to knit headband that is perfect for cold weather.  This headband is very wide so it is extra warm.  Headbands are perfect if you wear your hair up and you don't want a hat to get in the way.  If you are new to knitting, this is a super easy project too.  Be sure to check out below how to cinch your headband too for a totally different look!

Click button below to add this to you Ravelry queue:


  • 16 Inch Circumference
  • 7 Inches Tall


  • 1 skein Lion Brand Hometown USA ("Seattle Sea Mist" colorway shown)
  • US 15 (10 mm) Straight Needles
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors


Note: This headband is very wide (7 inches, if you desire a narrower headband, just be sure to cast on any even number)

CO 16 sts
Row 1 (RS): k1, *yo, k2tog; rep from * to last st, k1
Row 2 (WS): p1, *yo, p2tog; rep from * to last st, p1
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until headband is 16 inches long or desired length.
Break yarn, fasten off, and use one of the yarn tails to seam the headband together with a tapestry needle.  I used the whip stitch for a neat and invisible seam.

Click below to watch a video on how to knit the Annabelle Lace Headband stitch by stitch:

To "cinch" your headband, take a piece of matching yarn approximately 18-24 inches long.  Turn the headband inside out and weave the yarn across.  Pull ends together and tie together very tightly.  Tie in a secure knot and weave in ends. 

Check out this video too on how to make the "cinch" part!

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

This Week's Videos: Spiked Stripes, Marshmallow Lace, and Binding Off In The Round!

Welcome to this week's videos! Each week I will be sharing the week's video tutorials. In case you missed them, here's another opportunity to learn something new or help you with a project. Thanks for watching and if you have an idea or suggestion for a new video you haven't seen yet on Fiber Flux, be sure to comment below! There is also a link to each project for the written tutorial, if you'd like to have the written version too.

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First up is the Marshmallow Lace Cowl...squishy, pretty, and elegant!

Click here to view the written pattern (you can also see the video here too)

Next up is the Spiked Stripes Square, a fun square that is full of stripy goodness, with an interesting spike stitch color change too!

And last but not least is how to bind off while knitting in the round...a very useful skill indeed!

That's all for this week lovelies! Again, be sure to leave any suggestions you may have for new videos...happy stitching!

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