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Free Pattern – Darkness — 26 Comments

  1. I’m having trouble with the first row of the hood. The written instructions say sc in the 2nd chain and the next ch. The chart looks like it’s just one sc before you skip a chain. Am I reading something incorrectly?

  2. You are losing me at the beginning of the 3rd row. You say to ch1, turn, sc in first st, ch1, skip next st, then 2sc in next space. Just trying to clarify and make sure there were no typos.
    So, I ch1, turned, put the first sc into thr first st which was the hdc from the previous row. Ch1, then it says to skip a stitch. The only stitch to skip is the ch space from the previous row that was right before the hdc. So skip that? Then 2sc in next space… so… am i skipping over the space plus the 2sc from the previous row? And then 2sc in the space? Just trying to clarify and make sure no typos/ mistakes were there. 🙂 Thanks for the help!

      • Lol I wasn’t sure if it was just me or not. I am so tired, so I’m a little slow on reading the pattern today! Lol. I’m actually paused at the first scarf section, where you join in the marked sp from row 32. I think I need to rest my eyes 😛

      • Okay question….
        when joining for the first scarf section, am I joining into the marked space from the RS or WS? (Fastened off tail on the top left or right?) I think I finally made sense of it

  3. Hah! I even repeated the ‘just trying to clarify….’ in my first comment. I think this mama is going to bed early tonight gotta get it together.

  4. Hello, I am having trouble going from row 1 to row 2, there is no turn, is this worked as a continuous round? Also what finished size should the first side of the hood be? Thank you!

  5. Hello, I have been reading through the comments. Is there a new corrected set of instructions? I’m very new at crocheting so I’m afraid that I might mess up

    • The errors that people pointed out were corrected right away in both the blog and pdf versions of the pattern, so everything should be updated and correct 🙂

      If you’re just starting out, I think this is a good learning pattern – it has minimal shaping and a repetitive, easy stitch pattern. If you do run into any issues though, let me know – maybe I’ll be able to help!

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