Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Neck Warmer/Scarflette Pattern-CORRECTED

My holiday gift to you-my newest pattern which is perfect for using up extra bits of yarn. I used Lion Brand Boucle, but you could use any bulky yarn and this works up quickly. This is also available as a free pdf download for Ravelry members.
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Fanciful Scarflette


Supplies needed:

About 2 1/2 ounces of Lion Brand Boucle yarn or any slightly bulky yarn (double up worsted weight and see how it drapes, you may have to go up a hook size then.

Size L hook (8.0 mm)

1" diameter shank button with matching thread to sew it on

Tapestry hook for sewing in ends

Size: Mine measured 36" in total length and 3 1/4" wide. Gauge isn't that important.

Stitches used:
Ch (chain), sc (single crochet), hdc (half double crochet)

Stitch Pattern: sc, hdc, hdc in same stitch

Instructions:

Using 8.0 mm hook, chain 11

Row 1: 2 hdc in second ch from hook, *sk 2 st and 1 sc, 2 hdc (stitch pattern) in next st* across with a sc in last ch in row. Ch1, turn.

Row 2 - ?: 2 hdc in first st (same as ch 1 st from previous row) and repeat row one until scarf measures about 36" in length (or however long/short you want it to be).

Last row: Ch 1, sc across last row, fo and weave in ends.

Finishing:

Put place scarf on neck and mark placement for where you want the button which will be on the inside part of the scarf. No need for a button hole, the stitch pattern allows for it's own button hole. Securely sew button on, button up and voila!

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This pattern and all of its contents are Copyrighted © November 2008 to Deneen St. Amour/Yarns and Musings and is for personal use only. It may not be copied, reproduced, or used for profit and finished items may not be sold for profit. You may link back to this site for pattern reference.

For any assistance or for permission to use this pattern to teach a class, please feel free to contact me at yarnsandmusings(at)gmail.com.

1 comment:

Lee Ann said...

I love this pattern! Thank you very much! :)
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