Ooooh, man. I'm lazy. I promised the pattern to my ewok hoodie probably a month ago on instagram and twitter. I had it all written up, correct stitch count, materials used, everything. But I never got around to it. I am a piece of work. It's not like I've been too busy to post it, just lazy. Anyway, here it is.
EWOK INFINITY HOOD
Supplies Needed: 3 Skeins Main Color (I used Loops & Threads Impeccable in Pumpkin)
1 Skein Contrast Color (I used Loops & Threads Fabulous Fur in Wolf)
U.S. - K 6.5mm
Gauge: 10 dc x 6 rows = 4 inches
ch 175 (yarn held doubled), and connect to first chain
Row1: ch 2, skip 1st stitch, dc in every stitch to end. sl st to 2nd chain at beginning of the row.
Row2-7: ch 2, skip 1st stitch, dc in every stitch to end. sl st to 2nd chain at beginning of the row.
finish and weave in ends.
set place marker where you broke off yarn. count out 21 st from pm on both sides.
Row1: join (yarn held doubled) with sl st to outer marked st. ch 2, dc in each stitch across. move center marker up to new center. end with a dc in last marked stitch. turn. [43 stitches]
Row2: ch 2, dc in each stitch to 1 before center, 2 dc in next stitch, dc in center, 2 dc in next stitch. dc across to end of hood. turn. [45 stitches]
Row3-10: repeat row 2. turn. [47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61]
Row11: ch 2, dc in each stitch to 2 before center, dc2tog, dc in center, dc2tog, dc in remaining stitch to end. [59 stitches]
Row12-17: repeat row 11. turn. [45 in last row]
fold in half and sl st closed. weave in ends.
ch 6, sl st through 1st stitch to form magic ring.
ch 3, dc 11 into center of ring, sl st into 3rd ch.
ch 3, 2dc into each stitch, sl st into 3rd ch.
ch 3, dc 1, ^dc1, 2dc. repeat from ^ around the circle. sl st into 3rd ch.
finish and weave in ends.
fold the circles to make them look like ewok ears, and whip stitch onto hood.
weave in ends.
rock your new hood like a champ.
Really. A lot of new stuff is going on. Okay, not a lot. Two new things. One thing I've been planning for three years. Yes, since I was living in Maryland and I've been too much of a baby to actually do it. Can you handle the anticipation??
I finally got my anti-tragus pierced! I love it so much.
I won't lie to you guys, it hurt. Quite a bit. Just enough for me to say, "Oh, there it is," when the needle went through the cartilage. What really hurt the most was putting the earring in. I settled on a gorgeous white opal labret. It hasn't been too sore. The only thing that has set me back was sleeping. I get a little paranoid that I'll rip it out of my ear in the middle of the night, lose gallons of blood, and ruin my bedding.
I've been itching for another one ever since I walked out of Studio 51/50 in Kearney. I think maybe a snug or orbital helix is somewhere in my near future. Maybe when I go in three weeks from now when I get this one checked. I'll keep you posted.
Also, I dyed my hair blue.
It took me three freaking times.
But I love it.
I am an adult. Hire me.
And look at my new Giants shirt.
I'm so freaking vain.