Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Renee’s Scarf

I figured I’d use this blog as a way to share my crafty-ness, and what better way to start than by giving away a free pattern?

To download the “Renee’s Scarf” pattern, click here.

If you’re on Ravelry, my project page is here, and below is a photo of the partially completed scarf.

The Pattern is below the picture, until I can figure out how to get the PDF to download again.



Yarn

Main Color: Naturally Caron Country, Plum Pudding - 85g - 185yds/170m (#4 yarn weight) – 1 ball
Border: Naturally Caron Spa, Berry Frappe - 85g – 251yds/230m (#3 yarn weight) – 1 ball

Needles

US H Hook (5.00mm)

Stitch Abbreviations

Sc = US single crochet
Dc = US double crochet
Tc = US triple crochet
Shell St.: dc 5 times into same stitch

Instructions 

Beginning

Ch 24
Sc into 3rd st & sc to end of row – 22 sts
Next row Sc into every st,

Pattern

Row 1 Ch 4 for turning ch, dc into every st (2 rows)
Row 2 repeat row 1
Row 3 Ch 6 (4 for turning ch & 2 for skipped sts), shell st into 3rd st, ch 4, shell st into 5th st, ch 2, dc into 3rd st, ch 2, shell st into 3rd st, ch 4, shell st into 5th st, ch 2, dc into last st.
Row 4 repeat row 1
Row 5 ch 5, tc into every st
Row 6-10 repeat row 5

Repeat pattern for 4 to 6 times, or until just shy of desired length.

Ending

Row 1 Ch 4 for turning ch, dc into every st (2 rows)
Row 2 repeat row 1
Row 3 Ch 6 (4 for turning ch & 2 for skipped sts), shell st into 3rd st, ch 4, shell st into 5th st, ch 2, dc into 3rd st, ch 2, shell st into 3rd st, ch 4, shell st into 5th st, ch 2, dc into last st.
Row 4 repeat row 1
Row 5 sc into every st
Row 6 repeat row 5, bo last st.

Border

Using border color, start at a corner
dc 2 times into starting corner. When working on short edges, dc into every st.
dc 5 times into next three corners.

When working on long sides, dc three times into each tc, twice into every dc, once into each sc.

When back to the starting corner, dc 3 times, secure with slip st. BO and weave in ends.

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    1. Thank you for letting me know. I'm working on getting the PDF back online, but I've added the pattern instructions to this page in the meantime.

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