Saturday, December 5, 2009
Starry Night Stripes Scarf-Crochet
This is an advanced beginner pattern. Once you have a good feel for all the basic stitches up to the triple crochet (that's in the American terms, people), this scarf will be a piece of cake, but may take a few hours to work up due to the length of the thing.
The finished product is a long, supple and warm scarf. It is great as a stash buster, or for using just a small amount of yarn in each of the colors. I created it for my astronomy camping field trip, hence the lovely sky colors I used. You can use whatever colors you like, though.
STARRY NIGHT SCARF
What you'll need:
American size K 10.5 mm crochet hook
tapestry (yarn) needle
Seven different colors of yarn. These can all be the same kind of yarn in different colors for a uniform appearance, or you can do what I did and jump around between different types.
1st Row: Skip first three CH, DC in all CH across
2nd Row: with color B, chain three, DC in every DC across
3rd Row: CH two in color C, SC in every DC across
4th Row: CH two in color D, HDC in each SC across
5th Row: CH two in color E, SC in each HDC across
6th Row: CH three in color F, DC in each SC across
7th Row: CH two in color G, HDC in each DC across
8th Row: CH two in color A, DC in each HDC across
9th Row: CH one in color B, SC in each DC across
finish off, weave in ends.
Abbreviations (still American terms, people):
SC: single crochet
HDC: half double crochet
DC: double crochet
Imagined by Kim at 8:14 PM