The Barbados Ruana

The Barbados Ruana

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The Final release .. The Barbados Ruana.

This Ruana is made with the same stitches as its “sisters” .. The Binini & The Caribbean, though the width and length differ. I also used a cotton/acrylic blend of yarn for this Ruana. I feel it gives this wider Ruana a flow and less weighted down feel and look. Stay tuned for my post “The Caribbean Ruana Collection”.. coming soon. It will go into more details on my thought process, differences & similarities of these Ruana’s.

 

The Barbados is the widest of this series, the length however, is longer than the Caribbean but shorter than the Bimini… The Barbados would be a Lg/ Plus

 

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What you will need…

6 Skiens of Yarn Bee’s Urban Chic

        Grab a extra skein if you wish to add a border.. This Ruana does not have a border and uses exactly 6 skeins.

9 mm Hook

Scissors, Measuring Tape & Tapestry Needle

 

Need To Know..

SC – Single Crochet

DC – Double Crochet

 

Pattern Notes..

The majority of this Ruana is made with using the V- Stitch.

This pattern is continuous.. It is not made in panels and sewn.

I did not use a border for this pattern.. I felt it looks great without it.

 

Pattern…

Chain 162

Row 1.)  2 DC’s in 3rd chain from hook, *skip a chain.. 2 DC’s next chain.* Repeat * to *  across.. Ending with 1 DC in last chain.

Row 2.) Ch. 3, turn.. (We are not starting V- Stitch yet)..  2 DC’s in First Space between DC’s , skip the 2 DC’s then 2 DC’s in next space.. Continue this across  putting a 1DC in Ch.3 space at end of row.

**Now we will start the V-Stitch.**

Row 3.)  Ch. 3, turn ..  2DC’s in-between the 2DC’s of previous row. Continue this pattern across, ending with DC in Ch.3 space.

Row 4-52.) You will repeat Row 3 for another 49 rows = 50 total rows.

 

**Now you will be doing a few “short” rows for the neck gap. The picture below is for example only. Each Ruana has different amount of rows.

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 Continuing with V-stitch…**

 

Row 53.) Ch. 3,turn , 2DC’s in -between prior DC’s, Repeat 39 more times, Place 1 DC in next V stitch.

        You should have a total of 40 – 2DC’s & 1 DC

Row 54.) Ch.3, turn, V-Stitch across, DC in Ch.3 space

Repeat Row 54 …2 more times.. Total of 4 short rows for neckline.

        

         ** Now you will be making the other front “Flap”..

and go back to making  “long” rows. **

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               The Red Arrow shows you the chain you be adding at end of Row 56.

Row 57.)  Ch. 3, Follow V-Stitch pattern til you come to Last V-Stitch on “Short Rows”…DO Not Turn… Your going to chain 80 + 2

 

 Note.. Make sure to maintain the Same tension as Starting chain. If you do this chain to tight or loose it will not match up with previous side. Also Make sure to not twist your chain as you work back along it.

 

Row 58.) Turn and start in 3rd chain from hook… 2DC’s in first chain, *skip a chain, 2 DC’s next*… work * to *  along chain and previous V stitch row til end, DC in Ch.3

Row 59.) Ch.3, turn, V-stitch across, DC in Ch.3

Repeat Row 59 for 48 more rows… 50 rows total.

Row 107.) Ch.3, turn, DC in first “space”. ( Not in V stitch), 2DC’s in each space between V-stitch across.

Row 108.) Ch.3, turn, 2DC’s in between DC’s, Repeat across, DC in last space.

Fasten off and Hide ends…

Any questions please feel free to contact me.. Thanks for stopping by and Have a Great Day:)

The Barbados Ruana

 

THIS PATTERN WAS MADE AND DESIGNED BY WULFIESESSENTIALS©. YOU MAY MAKE AND SELL THE ITEMS MADE FROM THIS PATTERN, BUT PLEASE LINK BACK TO MY SITE. YOU MAY NOT ALTER, REPRODUCE, SELL OR DISTRIBUTE THIS PATTERN. DO NOT USE THE PHOTOS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PATTERN WITHOUT PERMISSION.

 

WulfiesEssentials© is neither paid or affiliated with any persons &/or Business mentioned in this post. Any “review” is solely my opinion based on use of the Item mentioned in this post.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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