Friday, 9 August 2013

Scarlet Summer Breeze Skinny Scarf–Crochet Pattern

 

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Skill Level : Intermediate 
Materials : 5mm hook, 50g dk cotton, tapestry needle  
Notes : This scarf is worked on both sides of the foundation chain resulting in a symmetrical scarf. After first 2 rows the scarf is then worked in the round.  
Measurements: 42” x 3.25” approx.
Pattern :  
Ch140, + 3 to count as first dc & ch 
Row 1: dc into 5 th ch from hook, *ch2, sk 2, dc*, ** rep to end, finish with a dc.
Row 2: ch 3, *5dc in 3 rd st, sl st in 3 rd st, ch 6, sk 5, sl st*, ** rep to last scallop and final sl st, ch 4 sl st into middle ch to turn, ch 4 sl st into 1 st ch on opposite side of foundations chain. 
You will now be working the bottom side of the foundation row so that the scarf becomes symmetrical. 
Row 3 :  ch 3, *5dc in 3 rd st, sl st in 3 rd st, ch 6, sk 5, sl st*, ** rep to last scallop and final sl st, at the end of this row ch 5 and join with a sl st to the beginning ch of the 1 st row.
Now working in a round 
Rnd 1 : *ch 5, sl st  in 3 rd dc of scallop, ch 5 dc into 3 rd & 4 th ch*,** rep to end of first row finishing with a sl st in 3rd dc in scallop, ch 5, sl st into 2 nd ch in 1 st loop, ch 5 sl st into 2 nd ch in 2 nd loop, ch 5 and sl st into centre dc in first scallop on opposite side. Continue in ** to end of this side, complete the rnd by ch 5 and sl st into final dc of final scallop. 
Rnd 2 : *ch 1, sk 1, sc*, ** rep to end of round join with sl st. 
Rnd 3 : Ch 2, turn work over and crochet in opposite direction, *sl st in next st, dc in next st*,** rep to end of rnd 
To finish : Fasten off and darn all ends in.  

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This pattern is written using UK British terminology. Please refer to the conversion chart below to make changes for US crochet .
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