Yet again with the Caron Cakes self striping yarn - I have a lot of fun playing with the colors, and nothing beats the warmth and beauty of a nice wool blend yarn. You can use any size 4 worsted yarn here, but the long self striping Caron Cakes yarn makes this scarf look fantastic.
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Level: Easy (requires color changes)
Approximately 80” by 8.5”
Stitches: (U.S. Standard abbreviations and stitches)
v-stitch: [tr, ch 3, tr] in space indicated
With CC and 5.00mm hook, ch306
Row 1: tr in 7th ch from hook (counts as first v-stitch), *[sk next 4 ch, v-stitch in next ch], repeat from * across, switching to MC in last tr, fasten off CC, turn (61 v-stitches)
Row 2: with MC, sl st in ch3 sp, ch 4 (counts as first dtr), 4 dtr in same ch3 sp *[5 dtr in next ch3 sp], repeat from * across, switching to CC in last tr, fasten off MC, turn (61, 5 dtr groups)
Row 3: with CC, sl st in first 2 dtr (you should end up in the 3rd stitch in the first 5dtr group of the last row), ch 6, tr in same sp (counts as first v-stitch), *[sk next 4 dtr, v-stitch in next dtr], repeat from * across, switching to MC in the last dtr, fasten off CC, turn (61 v-stitches)
Row 4 through 11: repeat row 3 and 2, alternating rows, at the end of row 11 do not fasten off CC, turn
Row 12: *[ch 4, sc in sp between v-stitches (not ch3 sp)], repeat from * across to last v-stitch, ch 4, sk next tr, sk next 3 ch, join with sl st in 4th ch, fasten off, leaving a 20” tail for assembly, weave in ends, and sew scarf halves together with a whip stitch. Block according to your preferred method.
Hello! My name is Jen, and I am a 'newbie' crochet designer. I have been crocheting for the last 35 years or so, and I really enjoy creating new patterns. Check back frequently, as I am always adding new designs.... :)