Scarf Crochet Pattern- whilst we hope that this free crochet pattern works out well for you The Knitting Wool Store disclaims all responsibility.
1 x 100g skein Double Knitting Yarn
4mm crochet hook.
Scarf 3 inches wide and 32 inches long
Blossom: 2.5 inches across
Note: Scarf is crocheted as a lengthwise rectangle and ruffles are added to either end. Blossom is sewed on at the end (see next section for blossom instructions)
Row 1: In the fourth ch from the hook, work a TR. Work a TR in each ch across.
Row 2: Ch 3 and turn.Work a TR in each st across, and in the top st of the t-ch at the end of the row.
Row 3: Repeat row 2
Row 4: Repeat row 2
Row 5: Ch 3 and turn. Work a TR in the first 20 sts, then ch 10.Skip 10 sts,then work a TR in each of the remaining sts.
Row 6: Ch 3 and turn.Work a TR in each st until you get to the ch 10 from the previous row. In each of these chains, work a TR. Work a TR in each of the remaining sts.
Row 7: Repeat row 2
Row 8: Repeat row 2, and fasten off.
Instructions for Ruffled Edges:
Row 1: Tie yarn into corner of one of the scarf ends and ch 3. Work a TR in the same space. Work 2 TR in each space across. (Note: On this row spaces are formed from the posts of each tr when scarf was worked lengthwise)
Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. Work a TR in first st,then 2 TR in each st across. Work 2 TR in t-ch.
Repeat row 2 twice more and fasten off.
Repeat for other end of scarf.
Instructions for Blossom:
Row 1: In the 4th ch from the hook, work 2 TR. Work 3 TR in each ch across.
Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. Work 2 TR in the first st.Work 3 TR in each st across and 3 TR in t-ch.Fasten off.
Blossom will begin to coil as you work. Following this natural coil, keep tails intact and use them to stitch flower together with a tapestry needle. Do not weave tails in yet and proceed to assembly instructions below.
Finishing & Assembly:
Using a piece of matching yarn,sew blossom to scarf just to the left of the keyhole area.Weave in all ends.
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