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2 Cascade 220 Sport Frost Flower Designed by Susie Bonell Level of Difficulty: Experienced Materials: Cascade Yarns Cascade 220 Sport; 100% Peruvian Highland Wool; 50 g (1.75 oz) / 164 yds (150 m); 2 skeins color Natural #8010 (Natural)- A 1 skein of color #9404 (Red) - B 1 skein of color #8267 (Green) - C Small amount sport weight orange yarn Crochet hook size C (2.75 mm) (for nose) US 5 Double pointed needles Yarn needle Stitch markers 3 each 7/16 black buttons 2 each 12 mm solid black snap on eyes 1 cup plastic pellets (optional) & sealable plastic bag 1 each 3/8 heart-shaped button Fiberfill stuffing 2 Kabob skewers 2 wooden beads that fit on ends of skewers Glue Abbreviations: St(s) = stitch(es) inc = increase dec = decrease est = established M1 = (Make 1 stitch) With the left hand needle, pick up the bar between the stitch last worked and the 1 st on the left needle from the front to the back and knit into the back of it. Pat = pattern cn = cable needle rep = repeat sl1k = Slip one st knitwise SKP = Sl next st as if to purl, knit next st, pass slipped stitch over knitted stitch. Tog = Together YO = Yarn Over PSSO = Pass slipped stitch over CO = cast on CBL = skip first st on left needle and knit into the back of the next st, knit in the front of the
3 Rnd KFBF SBC SFC C6F Seed Stitch skipped stitch and slip both off the left needle. = Round = In the next stitch knit in the front, then back, then front again. (Three sts made from one) = Single Back Cross: sl 1 st on to cn and hold at back, K1, then P1 from cn. = Single Front Cross: Sl 1 st to cn and hold at front, P1, then K1 from cn. = Front Cross Cable: sl 3 sts onto cn and hold at front, K3, then K3 from cn. = Row 1: K1, P1 alternately across. Row 2: P on the K sts and K on the P sts as they face you. Repeat Row 2 for pattern. Measurements: Approx. 10 without hat BOTTOM SECTION: CO 6 sts. Rnd 1: Knit, dividing sts on 3 needles. Join and work in rnds being careful not to twist stitches Rnd 2: Knit, inc in each st around. (12 sts). Rnd 3: *K1, inc in next st* rep from * around. (18 sts) Rnd 4: *K2, inc in next st* rep from * around. (24 sts) Rnd 5: *K3, inc in next st* rep from * around. (30 sts) Rnd 6: *K4, inc in next st* rep from * around. (36 sts) Work in this manner, increasing the number of knit stitches by one on each rnd until there are 78 stitches total. (through rnd 13) Knit one rnd inc 2 sts to 80 sts total. Dividing Rnd: Row 14: Knit, placing stitches on needles as follows: Needle #1: 18 sts (front) Needle #2: 22 sts (side) Needle #3: 18 sts (back) Needle #4: 22 sts (other side) Begin Pattern as follows: NOTE: Needles 1 & 3 will have the same pattern, Needles 2 & 4 will have a different pattern through out the body. Rnd 1: Needles 1 & 3: K1, M1, K3, SKP, K6, K2tog, K3, M1, K1. Needles 2 & 4: (P2, K2) 5 times, P2. Rnd 2: Needles 1 & 3: K1, M1, K4, SKP, K4, K2tog, K4, M1, K1. Needles 2 & 4: M1, (P2, K2) 5 times, P1, M1, P1 (24 sts on needle now) Rnd 3: Needles 1 & 3: K2, M1, K4, SKP, K2, K2tog, K4, M1, K2.
4 Needles 2 & 4: P3, CBL, (P2, K2, P2, CBL) 2 times, P3. Rnd 4: Needles 1 & 3: K3, M1, K4, SKP, K2tog, K4, M1, K3. Needles 2 & 4: P1, M1, (P2, K2) 5 times, P2, M1, P1 (26 sts) (88 total stitches around) Rnd 5: Needles 1 & 3: Repeat Rnd 1. Needles 2 & 4: P4, (K2, P2) 4 times, K2, P4. Rnd 6: Needles 1 & 3: Repeat Rnd 2. Needles 2 & 4: Repeat Rnd 5. Rnd 7: Needles 1 & 3: Repeat Rnd 3. Needles 2 & 4: P4, CBL, P2, K2, P2, CBL, P2, K2, P2, C BL, P4. Rnd 8: Needles 1 & 3: Repeat Rnd 4. Needles 2 & 4: Repeat Rnd 5. Repeat Rows more times. Rnd 17: Needles 1 & 3: P3, *KFBF, P2*; rep bet * s 4 times more. Needles 2 & 4: Work in est pattern. Rnd 18: Needles 1 & 3: P3, (K3 tog, P2) 5 times. Needles 2 & 4: Work in est pattern. Repeat last 2 rnds 3 more times, maintaining the cable pat on needles 2 & 4. Begin decreasing for waist: Rnd 25: Needles 1 & 3: Work as established (as row 17). Needles 2 & 4: P2, P2tog, work as est to last 4 sts, P2tog, P2 (24 sts) Rnd 26: Needles 1 & 3: Work as est. (row 18) Needles 2 & 4: P3, work as est to last 3 sts, P3. Rnd 27: Needles 1 & 3: Work as est. Needles 2 & 4: P1, P2tog, work as est to last 3 sts, P2tog, P1. (22 sts) Rnd 28: Needles 1 & 3: Work as est. Needles 2 & 4: P2tog, work as est to last 2 sts, P2tog. (20 sts.) Rnd 29: Needles 1 & 3: M1, P2, M1, P1, (KFBF, P2tog) 4 times, KFBF, M1, P1, M1, P1. Needles 2 & 4: Work as est. Rnd 30: Needles 1 & 3: P5, (K3tog, P1) 4 times, K3tog, P4. (18 sts). Needles 2 & 4: Work as est. Rnd 31: Needles 1 & 3: P5 (K2tog) 5 times, P2, M1, P1. (14 sts) Needles 2 & 4: P1, (K2, P2tog) 4 times, K2, P1. (16 sts) Rnd 32: Needles 1 & 3: P5 (K2tog) 3 times, P3. (11 sts) Needles 2 & 4: P1, (K1, K2tog) 5 times. (11 sts) (44 sts total around) Rnd 33: Needles 1 & 3: P5, K3, P3. Needles 2 & 4: P1, K9, P1. Run a long strand through these 44 stitches to be drawn up later for the waist. Increase Rnd: Needles 1 & 3: P2, (inc in next st) 7 times, P2. (18 sts) Needles 2 & 4: P2, (inc in next st) 8 times, P1. (19 sts)
5 MIDDLE SECTION Rnd 1: Needles 1 & 3: P5, K8, P5. Needles 2 & 4: *K1, (P1, K1) 2 times, P1*; rep between * s, K1. Rnd 2: Needles 1 & 3: P4, SBC, K6, SFC, P4. Needles 2 & 4: K on the K sts, P on the P sts as they face you. Rnd 3: Needles 1 & 3: K on the K sts, P on the P sts as they face you. Needles 2 & 4: *K1, (K1, P1) 2 times, K1* rep between * s 2 more times, K1. Rnd 4: Needles 1 & 3: P3, SBC, P1, K6, P1, SFC, P3. Rnd 5: Needles 1 & 3: Rep Rnd 3. Rnd 6: Needles 1 & 3: P2, SBC, P2, C6F, P2, SFC, P2. Rnd 7: Needles 1 & 3: Rep Rnd 3. Rnd 8: Needles 1 & 3: P1, SBC, P3, K6, P3, SFC, P1. Rnd 9: Needles 1 & 3: Rep Rnd 3. Rnd 10: Needles 1 & 3: P1, SFC, P3, K6, P3, SBC, P1. Rnd 11: Needles 1 & 3: Rep Rnd 3. Rnd 12: Needles 1 & 3: P2, SFC, P2, C6F, P2, SBC, P2. Rnd 13: Needles 1 & 3: Rep Rnd 3. Rnd 14: Needles 1 & 3: P3, SFC, P1, K6, P1, SBC, P3.
7 Rnd 31: Needles 1 & 3: Rep Rnd 3. Rnd 32: Needles 1 & 3: Rep Rnd 16. Decreasing Rnd: Needles 1 & 3: (P2tog) 2 times, K to last 4 sts, (P2tog) 2 times. (14 sts) Needles 2 & 4: K across decreasing 6 sts evenly. (13 sts) Run a long strand through these stitches to be drawn up later for the neck. Increasing Rnd: Needles 1 & 3: (Inc in next st) 2 times, K to last 2 sts, (inc in next) 2 times. (18 sts) Needles 2 & 4: K, increasing 3 sts evenly across. (16 sts) Next 2 rnds: K2tog on all needles. HEAD Rnd 1: Needles 1 & 3: Work in seed st for entire head on these needles. Needles 2 & 4: (K3, P1) 4 times. Rnd 2: Rnd 3: Needles 2 & 4: * sl 1k, K1, YO, K1, PSSO the three loops, P1; rep from * across. Rnd 4: Slip all sts on long length of yarn to draw up for closure of head. Repeat Rnds 1-4 on needles 2 & 4 5 more times while working seed st on needles 1 & 3. (24 rnds total) HAT Cast on 57 sts and place on 3 needles. Join, being careful not to twist sts. Row 1* K2, P1* rep bet * s around. Repeat this rnd 6 more times, increasing 1 st on last rnd (58 sts). Begin pattern: Rnd 1: *K1, P1* rep bet * s around. Rnd 2: Knit. Repeat rows 1 & 2 until hat measures 3 ¾ from beg. Next Rnd: *K2tog, P2tog* rep bet * s around. Knit 1 rnd. Next Rnd: K2 tog around. Cut yarn, leaving long length and run through remaining stitches, draw up and secure. Make small pom pom and sew on hat.
8 ARMS (Make 2) CO 18 sts leaving long tail for sewing later. Place on 3 needles as follows: Needle #1: 7 sts, Needle #2: 5 sts, Needle #3: 6 sts. Join, being careful not to twist stitches. SCARF Rnd 1: Needle #1: K1, (P1, K1) 2 times, P1, K1. Needle #2: (P1, K1) 2 times, P1. Needle #3: K1, (P1, K1) 2 times, P1. Rnd 2: Rep Rnd 1. Rnd 3: Needle #1: (K1, (K1, P1) 2 times, K2. Needle #2: (K1, P1) 2 times, K1. Needle #3: K1, (K1, P1) 2 times, K1. Rnd 4: Rep Rnd 3. Repeat Rnds 1-4 until 16 rnds are worked. Work in K1, P1 ribbing for 10 rows. Decrease Rnd: *K2tog, P2tog* rep bet * s on all needles. (9 sts) Work in K1, P1 ribbing for 4 rnds. ( Knitting 9 th st.) Next Rnd: P2tog, K1, P1 ribbing the rest of the round. (8 sts total) Work in K1, P1 ribbing for 4 more rnds. Cut yarn and run through stitches and fasten off. With color C, CO 10 sts. Work in garter stitch (knit every row) for 10 rows. Change to color B and work for 12 in color B. Change to color C and work for 6 rows, do not bind off or cut yarn, but hold until knitting needle is made. Fringe Cut 10 pieces of color C 3 long. Place 1 piece in each stitch across by folding piece in half and bringing loop through scarf, then bringing the ends through the loop. KNITTING NEEDLES & BALL Cut skewers to about 4 and file down slightly as necessary. Glue bead on cut end and let dry. Place live stitches on one of these needles. Measure off about 5 yards of yarn from the scarf and cut yarn. Roll into a ball and secure together so it won t unravel. NOSE With orange yarn and crochet hook and leaving a long tail for sewing, ch 5. Sl st in 2 nd ch from hook and in next 4 chs. End off. Knitting option: CO 4 sts then bind off. FINISHING Place pellets in bag and seal allowing them to lay flat inside the bottom section. Stuff plumply with
9 fiber fill, making it nice and round looking. Draw up securing yarn to shape and tie in a bow for adjusting later if necessary. Sew arms onto body using the mattress stitch. Sew 3 buttons on front of middle section as shown and fill section with fiber fill. Draw up securing yarn for neck, as for waist. Temporarily stuff head and place hat on to aid in placement of eyes, nose and mouth. Mark positions and take out stuffing from head and put on the snap on eyes. Sew heart button for mouth. Stuff head. Thread yarn needle with orange tails on the nose and insert needle at nose placement. Pull through to desired length. Run several securing stitches through the stuffing back and forth. Adjust waist, neck and head securing yarns as necessary and tie in knot. Run yarns through body and secure. Place scarf around neck and tie. Place hat on head and run securing stitches around to keep in place.
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