Edit: July 25, 2015.
So I am sharing a detailed image of the scarf .
With thinking of a better name to call my newest pattern, I just called it waves because it reminded me of waves on the ocean. It is a pretty simple pattern and can be done in a few hours, maybe even less than that if you are fast.
I used an I hook and a sport weight yarn, but you can experimenter with yarn and hook size.
Working in back loops.
Ch 5, 2 sc in second chain from hook and each chain across.
Row 1:Ch 1, 2 sc in each sc.
Row 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in the next 4 sc, leave the remaining unworked.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until desired length (or run out of yarn) ending on either row. Finish off.
I wish I could do that! I'm not talented when it comes to sewing or crocheting, or anything like that! I'd love if you'd link up to The DIY'ers! http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-diyers-29.htmlReplyDelete
I have never done any crocheting before. This is a beautiful scarf. You are very talented at it!ReplyDelete
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I have crocheted blankets before but this looks so intricate. It turned out really nice. I like it a lot and would totally sport it!ReplyDelete
If you have time you should totally link this up at our Blog Strut! We would LOVE to have you!
That looks so soft and pretty! Great job! Thanks so much for sharing at I Made That! Thursday.ReplyDelete
I like it! It looks like a fun crochet project too!ReplyDelete
Do you have another pic so I can see it better?ReplyDelete
I do not at the moment. I will work on getting another picture.Delete