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Each hour in casual encounters generally gets you about 50-100 replies.I suggest just spending the first couple of days looking over the sorts of email you get for patterns. (2) CH1s at the beginning of rows do not count as a stitch in the final stitch count.(3) A video tutorial is available up in the post, or by clicking here. (*Alternate start: CH109, HDC in 2 loop of each of the next 106 STS. Notes: (1) This pattern is written in American Standard Terms. Now, once you've taken some time to look at these responses you can pick out a few guys.And I do mean a few guys, because 75% of those guys are going to be a wash... SL ST to the 2 corner, fasten off and weave in all ends. (I wrap mine around a 9" cutting board.) With the textured (right) side of the cowl facing up, and the edging (if you chose to use edging) on the left side, start at one bottom corner and attach them in groups of 3 strands every 4 stitches along the entire bottom edge of the cowl. Working down the short edge of the scarf, SC in each row (30).
Should you choose to make a purchase, at no additional cost to you, I will be given a small percentage of the sale. Yarn over, insert hook into same stitch, yarn over and pull through (8 loops on hook). When working in turned rows, as in this pattern, the 3rd loop can be found just below the front loop on the side of the work that is facing you. Yarn over, insert hook into same stitch, yarn over and pull through (6 loops on hook). (Because this stitch creates two sets of loops - one when creating the bean, and one when closing the stitch - each completed Large Bean Stitch will count for two stitches in the row or round's final stitch count.)3rd Loop Only Half double crochet stitches have a 3rd loop that we utilize in this pattern. So that means you need to get 200 replies to have one successful casual encounter.Now, if you think that's bad, let's look at how guys fare. (108)Rows 10-25: Repeat Rows 2-9, in order, 2 more times. For further help on button placement and wearing the cowl with buttons fastened, please see the video tutorial (toward the end). If you're sharing on social media, be sure to hashtag #maliacal and #maliabuttonedcowl and tag me @littlemonkeyscrochet. This is a FREE pattern, and by using it, you’re agreeing to the following legally-protected conditions. (If you don't know how to attach fringe, see video tutorial for guidance.)Buttons: Attach buttons to bottom of cowl using the diagram shown.This is particularly hilarious now (Feb 2011) because Craigslist changed their Spam algorithm, eliminating maybe 90% of fraudulent posts, but because user flagging behavior has not caught up to the actual validity of posts, posts still get flagged the same way.As such, because your post will only stay up for one hour, you will need to repost it it a few times before you get a sufficient amount of high quality guys. There is also an optional classic chain start noted in the pattern, if you would like to do that instead. (16)You'll also need: Yarn needle, 3 buttons (1" - 1-1/8")Terms and Abbreviations: FHDC (foundation half double crochet - see "Special Stitches") ST/STS (stitch/stitches) SL ST (slip stitch) SK (skip) CH (chain) SC (single crochet) HDC (half double crochet) LBS (large bean stitch - see "Special Stitches") BLO (back loop only) 3rd LOOP (work stitch into 3rd loop only - see "Special Stitches")Special Stitches: Foundation Half Double Crochet (FHDC) This is the recommended way of beginning the pattern and is better shown than explained, so please watch the included tutorial video as a guide.