Friday, 21 August 2009

Ripple Wave Scarf - Crochet

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Here’s a very quick and easy pattern for a wavy ripple crochet scarf. Here it is worked in Wendy Fusion shade – Piri Piri. The scarf which measures 54” length used x2 50g balls of yarn and a 6mm hook.
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The basic wave pattern is based on multiples of 14 so begin with desired length in a multiple of 14.
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Pattern
Chain 140 + 3 for turning.
Row 1 - 1 tr into 4th chain from hook
1tr into each of next 4 chs
tr2tog
tr2tog
1 tr into each of next 4 chs
*2tr into next ch
2 tr into next ch
1tr into each of next 4 chs
tr2tog
tr2tog
1 tr into each of next 4 chs*
Repeat between ** ending last rep with 2 tr into last ch, turn.
Row 2 - ch3, 1 tr into same stitch,
1tr into each of next 4 chs
tr2tog
tr2tog
1 tr into each of next 4 chs
*2tr into next ch
2 tr into next ch
1tr into each of next 4 chs
tr2tog
tr2tog
1 tr into each of next 4 chs*
Repeat between ** ending last rep with 2 tr into the top chain of the chain-3 from previous row.
Repeat row 2 for width required. I completed 8 rows and achieved a width of approx 6.5”
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4 Rows completed.
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8 Rows completed.
This pattern is offered and made available for personal use only. If you wish to reproduce this in any way please contact me or make sure that reference is made to the original author’s blog http://www.goodtimesithinkso.blogspot.com/ . Thank you


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Crochet http://goodtimesithinkso.blogspot.com/2009/09/crochet-stitch-markers.html Knitting http://goodtimesithinkso.blogspot.com/2009/09/knitting-stitch-markers.html

10 comments:

Marisol said...

Hello! I am going to try doing your scarf. Im in Mexico City. It is not very cold right now, but I hope to finish it before it is.

The Sunroom said...

Hi There,
Lucky you with warm weather. I'm sure you will zip through the pattern in plenty of time before it get's too cold.
Best wishes

Shyla Taylor said...

Your Pattern is beautiful! Thank you for making the instructions so easy to follow...I plan on making up a bunch of these for my co-workers that work outside in the cold Oregon Winter weather....Thanks Again! Shyla

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful scarf. I can't wait to try the pattern. I am new to pattern reading and I am wondering what does tr2tog stand for?

The Sunroom said...

Thank you,

You can find a tutorial on how to tr2tog here http://goodtimesithinkso.blogspot.com/2009/11/how-to-crochet-tr2tog.html

Claire said...

I'm trying to replicate your scarf, but my treble crochets don't look anywhere near as nice as yours. Yours are so close together and mine are coming out with big spaces between them. Do you have any tips for making them as compact and uniform as yours?

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Anonymous said...

I plan on using pattern for Special Olympics Scarf Project.

Anonymous said...

I love that this looks more complicated than it really is. Just like the previous poster I am using it for the Special Olympics Scarf Project and it is working up quickly and beautifully. Thank you for sharing this great pattern and the tutorial on the tr2og, it helped a lot!

Rachel said...

Hi, I love this pattern and have made it a couple of times. I find it's really easy to convert to different sizes for kids and adults - currently making one that will have a hood on it (by making a large square to stitch on at the middle) for a friend's child. Thank you so much for creating and sharing this :)