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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Sky High Scarf Pattern

I posted this pattern on my old blog, but I decided to repost it over here since so many people seemed to like it before. My sister requested a scarf for a friend and I made this up as I went. It's very easy and very cute! I hope everyone loves it. I'm not a professional crocheter, but I do my best.

Here's a link to the ravelry page in case anyone is interested.

Materials
Chunky Yarn (I used 1 ½ skeins of Patons Shetland Chunky Tweed, 108 yds each).
K (6.5mm) Hook

Instructions
Ch 17.
Row 1: DC in 2nd stitch from hook. DC in each stitch to end of row.
Row 2: Ch 3, turn. Skip 1st stitch, DC in next. *Ch 1, skip stitch, DC in next*. Repeat from * to end of row.
Row 3: Ch 2, turn. DC in each Ch 1 space and in top of each DC to end of row.
Repeat rows 2 and 3 until scarf reaches desired length, bind off, weave in ends.

(Note: You may use a lighter weight yarn if you’d like. Chain more at the beginning in order to have the right width. Make sure to start with an odd number of chains.)

If you prefer a circle scarf instead, you can easily seam to two ends together with a mattress stitch or whatever method you would like. It gives you more ways to wear it!

If you are confused about anything just leave me a comment and ask away, I'll do my best to help you out. Enjoy! If you end up using this pattern, I would love for you to leave a comment letting me know, or even posting a picture of the result

13 comments:

  1. Beautifull and simple cowl to make!!!I loved it!!!

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  2. Love it! So easy! I made it is several colors! It will make great Christmas gifts!

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    1. It's a type of stitch used to seam two ends together. If you google you can find tons of videos and tutorials for how to do it!

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  4. Thank you :) somehow I ended up having to do a few chain 2s because of an extra stitch below but it's all panned out and turned into a lovely scarf !

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  5. In the sample pictures it looks like you did front loop only stitches on the rows. Beautiful work.

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  6. How long and wide is your scarf? Thank you.

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    1. It's about 5ish inches wide, depending on how loose you do your stitches and the type of yarn you decide to use.

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  7. Thank you!! Hugs from Barcelona:)

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  8. Very pretty can,t wait to make this. Thank you

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  9. I would love to use this pattern. Thank you for offering it. However, I find no where to download it or print it. Am I overlooking it some where? Thank you for your response.

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    1. If you'd like to print the pattern you can go ahead and copy and paste it and print it that way! Otherwise you could also just print the full blog post that includes the pattern.

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  10. Can you please explain row 3 a little bit more I'm confused at Chain 1 space etc Thank you this Scarf looks beautiful

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