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Mystery Crochet Along: Week 5

Mystery Crochet AlongWelcome to AllFreeCrochet's FIRST Mystery Crochet Along! If you're just joining us and would like some more information or you missed out on the materials list, then learn all about our exciting adventure ahead of us. We're on week five where we'll be creating the accessories of the crochet pattern. The accessories for this crochet pattern really make the perfect accent and make the character come to life.

Week 1: Materials

Week 2: Main Part of Pattern

Week 3: Accent Piece

Week 4: Limbs

Pattern Instructions:

Mystery Crochet Along Week 5
With larger hook and E, ch 62.
Row 1: Working in back bumps only, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn—60 sts.
Row 2: Ch 3, dc in each st across, turn.
Row 3: Ch 2, hdc in each st across.
Fasten off. Weave in tail.

With larger hook and E , ch 12.
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn—11 sc.
Rows 2–31: Ch 1, working in front loops only, sc in each sc across, turn.
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. With tail, sew short edges together to form a tube. Flatten the piece, and working through both thicknesses, slip st across top edge to seam crown of hat.

Tassels (make 2):
Wrap yarn around piece of heavy cardboard about 25 times. Thread a 12” strand of yarn under the top of the wraps and tie a knot to secure. Slip wraps from cardboard. Wrap a 10” strand of yarn around the wraps several times, about ½” below the top tie for tassel neck. Tie ends of strand to secure and thread ends to inside of tassel. Cut ends of wraps, trim to desired length. With ends of top tie, tie one tassel to each top corner of hat. Knot the ties securely on the inside of hat.

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I also am stuck on the tassel part. How big should the cardboard be?

You need a 3x4" piece of heavy cardboard. Enjoy!

I am stuck on the tassel part help

I haven't got a clue what this is turning out to be, but so far it's adorable! :) Can't wait to see we're getting close to the end! :D

I can not wait each week to get the new instructions....I would love to see more of these...even if there is not prize.

I think this has been a fun project no mater what it turns out to be! My kids are having a good time guessing what it is, too! We won't be disappointed in this project no matter the colors or the critter. Some of us do this to unravel stress from crazy's going to be so cute!

I Love it this little Mystery critter looks more cute with each addition... I am glad I switched up the color a bit I am not very fond of pink I am also changing up the "flipper" If thats really what it is... to add a little of the red to make it look like there is a hand, I hope that keeps me into the running for the contest... Either way I am So excited to finish up next week!

Color change makes it your own design and you'll still be in the running :)

Ok I know what pattern this is and am very disappointed. I thought this would be something new. I never liked the pattern cause of the colors. Sorry but I will not be finishing and will rip up what I have already done.

We're sorry you feel that way. You were able to use any colors you wish and we think this is a super cute pattern for this time of year. Sorry to disappoint.

Done with week 5. I must be crazy cause I still can't imagine what it's going to look like.


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