Do You have some Fun fur or Fun Fur
style yarn laying around
or in your yarn stash?
Maybe you just do not know
what to do with it.
Well, I have am easy pattern for you.
A Few tips on working with Fun Fur Style Yarns:
These tips are a few things I have learned when working with fun fur.
1. I think this yarn works best as a edge, trim or accent.
adding a row or 2 of sc can be very lovely and fun,
but because it is hard to see your stitches,
fancy stitches just don't work well.
2. When using this yarn through out a project,
I suggest always using another yarn with it.
1 strand of fun fur and 1 strand of
worsted weight or another yarn.
Again, because it is difficult to see your stitches,
by having the 2nd strand of other yarn,
will help you find your stitches.
3. Texture or Fancy Patterns just don't work well.
Because of the furriness of the yarn, fancy stitches
just do not show up well.
4. No Stretch - The fun fur doesn't stretch much,
so be sure to stitch loosely. This will help with a little
stretch and finding your stitches.
5. Lastly, do not let this yarn frustrate you.
If you are getting Mad at the yarn or project,
set it aside and come back to it later.
It can be a fun yarn and a fun way to add a little extra
pizazz to many projects.
Okay, now for our Fun Pattern
Fun Fur Trimmed Cowl Crochet Pattern by Sara Sach
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Crochet Hook - K
Yarn - Worsted Weight (4) 4 oz. beige, 2 oz. Fun fur- Browns
Single Crochet (sc)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Back Loops Only (BLO)
Size : 40 inches long X 11 inches wide
Notes: Ch1 at ends of rows does not count as a st,
It is a turning ch.
The Body of the Cowl is stitched with 2 strands of yarn.
R : 1 - With WW, ch 35,
1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook,
1 sc in each ch across, ch1, turn (34sc)
R : 2 - Working in the BLO, 1 sc in the 1st 2 sc,
*ch1, sk1, 1 sc in the next sc*
Repeat From * to * across, ch1, sk1, 1 sc in the last 2sc,
ch1, turn (14 sc, 10chs)
R : 3 - R : 84 - Repeat R : 2 - or as many rows as needed.
Turn Wrong side out, and slst closed.
Tie off and weave in ends.
*With 2 strands of Fun Fur, stitching loosely,
1 sc in the end of each row, join to first sc*
Repeat From * to * , tie off and weave in your ends.
Since I purchased my model, Stockinette,
I haven't modeled my Designs.
Well, I got a complaint about always using a plastic lady.
So here I am .. no make up.
Bright and early
Hope you enjoy the tips and the pattern.