Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Sampler Scarf

This is a scarf pattern to help you work on different stitches. This is perfect for the beginner looking to expand their "stitch repertoire". I created this pattern to teach to an advanced beginners class. I used Red Hearts "Earth & Sky" yarn, but any color would be great.
Have Fun!
Sampler Scarf by Elizabeth Mareno 2006
Materials: 8-9oz WW, J Hook, Lg Eye needle for weaving ends.
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across. (25)
Row 2-3: ch1, turn, sc in each sc across.
Row 4: ch1, turn, (sc in 1sc, sk next sc, 5dc in next sc, sk next sc) 5 times. Sc in last sc. (6shells, 7sc)
Row 5: ch4(cts as dc and ch1), turn, (sk 2dc, sc in next dc, ch1, sk 2dc, dc in next sc, ch1) 5 times, ch1, sk 2dc, sc in next dc, ch1, sk 2dc, dc in last sc.
Row 6: ch1, turn, sc in each st and sp across. sc in 3rd ch of original ch4 (25)
Row 7: ch2, turn, hdc in ea sc across.
Row 8-11: Repeat rows 4-7 once.
Row 12: ch1, turn, sc in each hdc across.(25)
Row 13: ch2, turn, hdc in each sc across.
Row 14-17: Repeat rows 12+13 alternately.
Row 18-114: Repeat rows 4-17, 5 times.
Row 115-118: Repeat rows 4-7
Row 119-120: Repeat row 4+5
Row 121: Repeat row 6
Row 122-123: Ch1, turn, sc in each sc across (25) do not cut!
Row 124: ch1, turn to long edge, sc in each sc+hdc row end, 2sc in each dc row end. Cut off. Weave in ends.
Row 125: Join with sl st in opposite side and repeat row 124
Cut 72-6: strands for fringe- put 4 together- secure to end of scarf (using a latch hook technique) leaving 2 spcs in between each tassel.
Write me with any questions. I will be glad to talk you thru it.


Anonymous said...

Love it and I have that exact yarn color :) SUPER!

CherishedHearts Vintage said...

I've been using this yarn for a variety of things! Love breaking it up with chocolate. REALLY wish I could find a blue that matches the blue in this mix.

Thanks for sharing!

Marie said...

Thanks for the opportunity to learn more than just a basic stitch! I love your patterns and enjoy trying to expand my limited skills.

Lynne said...

How can I learn to read a pattern like this? I've taught myself to knit and crochet, but have difficulty reading all the shorthand!

Biz said...

Hi Lynne,
I'm going to be doing some posts on crochet terminology and learning how to crochet. But, until I get those done, this might help you. Just copy and paste the link into your browsers address bar.

Claire K said...

Just discovered your blog. Thanks for great ideas. I crochet blankets for charity (orphanages in 3rd world countries) and am looking for a very simple vest, pullover, skirt/pant crochet patterns to make matching clothes for teddy bears that we add to our blankets. Do you have any simple designs? Teddies vary in size (from beanies to about 12 inches). if you have any ideas. Thanks. Claire

RootsWoman said...

Greetings. I Love the scarf and I love the Sweet Beautiful Child Modeling it. Adorable.