Saturday, June 8, 2013

Ruffled Scarf

I started to make a knitted version of the scarf, then I thought about it for a minute and wondered if I could make a crocheted version of this scarf.

And so I created this scarf. I had 3 skeins of Jo-Anns Sensations Angel Hair I got from my daughter for Christmas and decided to use it for this project. I wish I had three more skeins. I ended up with a short scarf. I also found that is is a little heavy, even though it is soft.

So I am going to share with you with you my pattern.

Hook Size: I
Yarn: Worst-Weight
If you go with Jo-Ann's Angel Hair, you will need 6 skeins

Feel free to experiment with different yarns and hook sizes.

Chain 23
Sc in second chain from hook and in the remaining chains, ch1 turn

Note: I worked in the backed loops

Row 1: sc in the next 9, ch1 turn (leave remaining un-worked)
Row 2: sc across
Row 3: sc in the next 7, ch1 turn (leave remaining un-worked)
Row 4: repeat row 2
Row 5: sc in the next 5, ch1 turn (leave remaining un-worked)
Row 6: repeat row 2
Row 7: sc in the next 4 sc * insert hook in next sc and draw up a loop, insert hook in side of row and draw another loop, YO and draw though all three loops, sc in the next sc*  repeat 2 more times, sc until you reach the end. ch 1 turn

Repeat these 7 rows until you reach the desire length. Finish off.

Want to have have three colors like I did? Do row 7 like this:


Row 7: sc in the next 4 sc * insert hook in next sc and draw up a loop, insert hook in side of row and draw another loop, YO and draw though all three loops, sc in the next sc*  repeat 2 more times, sc, changing to you next color here, sc until you reach the end. ch 1 turn

Then when you get to row 7 again, change to you third color the same place you you changed to the second color.



5 comments:

  1. I just discovered your blog trough your post on linkedin. I love this scaf. I hope you don't mind I pinned this project!
    Marisa from
    http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/

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  2. Very pretty! I love this pattern. Thanks for showing how to do it in crochet! :)

    ~Liz

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