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Crew Mate Inspired by Among Us.

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  So, a while back there was a small craze where crochet artists were creating their own patterns for the Among Us Crewmates. I resisted at first, but then saw how much my two boys enjoy the Among Us video game and decided to hop on board and make my own pattern.  Trust me when I say that those hard to please tweens in your life with absolutely melt into smiles when they see their crewmate in three dimensions!  This pattern is fairly easy and requires few materials. So, let's get started! Materials: Yarn - worsted weight in your choice of color (pictured above is Red Heart Comfort Yarn in Turquoise, below is Red Heart Super Saver in Red), for the goggles - small amount of light blue, black, and white. 3.5 mm crochet hook (E) Fiberfill Blunt tip yarn needle Skill level: beginner/intermediate Abbreviations: - mr = magic ring - sc = single crochet - inc = increase - dec = decrease - st = stitch - sl st = slip stitch - BLO = back loop only The head and body are all one piece. We will s

Lemon Peel Stitch Infinity Scarf - Free Pattern!

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Well, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on February 2nd, so it's 6 more weeks of winter! Looking at the weather right now, it looks like he was right! In Texas today, the low is projected to be 25. That's cold for us Texans.  In honor of this, I've decided to venture away from amigurumi for a minute and create a new infinity scarf with you! Stay warm! The lemon peel stitch creates a cozy, warm texture that you're going to love!! Let's get started! Lemon Peel Stitch Infinity Scarf Pattern Any color of yarn may be used, but for a self-striping effect, use at least one striped yarn. Materials: 2 skeins worsted weight yarn. I used Red Heart Super Saver Jumbo Stripes Sutherland Stripes and Red Heart Super Saver Medium Thyme 10 mm crochet hook (N) Yarn Needle Skill Level: easy / beginner Abbreviations: ch - chain sc - single crochet dc - double crochet FO - fasten off Pattern: This scarf is made with both yarns together.  Foundation row - Using two strands of yarn (one of