Hyperbolic Edge Crochet Scarf

I give you and new pattern and video. It is for a Hyperbolic Edge Crochet Scarf.

This scarf features a hyperbolic design along the long edge of the scarf. I used Red Heart Ombre yarn for this project. You could use any worsted weight or size 4 yarn. Other materials include a size H hook, a stitch marker, scissors, and a yarn needle. The featured stitch in this scarf is half-double crochet. I like how the stripes turned out for this. It would look just as good in a solid color. The straight edge would make the scarf functional. You would have that edge against the neck. You could adjust the width of the scarf by using more stitches to make it more like a shawl, you are just doing increases with the three stiches on an end.  If you enjoy the hyperbolic design, then this scarf is for you.

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Worsted Weight Yarn, I used Red Hear Ombre. At least 500 yards

Size H hook.

Stitch Marker

Scissors and yarn needle to finish off the ends.

Chain 19

Row 1: HDC (half double crochet) in second chain from hook and in each stitch across (18 HDC), chain 1, turn

Row 2: 3 HDC in the first stitch and the next 2 stitches. 1 HDC in the next stitch (mark this) and in each of the next 14 stitches. chain 1, turn

Row 3: 1 HDC in the next 15 stitches (mark the 15th stitch) 3 HDC in each of the remaining stitches in the row. chain 1, turn

Row 4: 3 HDC in each stitch until you reach the marker, or until there is 15 HDC's remaining in the row. 1 HDC in the last 15 stitches. chain 1, turn

Row 5: 1 HDC in the next 18 stitches. leave the remaining unworked. chain 1, turn

Repeat Rows 2-5 until you  have the desired length, finish off.

Here is the video for this:

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  1. Oh, my! It is divine! I love the colorwork and the design makes it even more prominent!!

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