Sunday, July 29, 2012

Summer Scarf


On Wednesday, I crocheted almost my entire day. This adds up to about 6.5 hours of crocheting. I was determined to finish this lovely little scarf. I started with white fabric and realized I was about to run out so, I added on the pink. Then, I realized I was going to run out of pink. So, on goes the green. Luckily, I ended up having just enough yarn to finish. Literally. I couldn't even do one more row if I wanted to.


I really do love it. I think I might add on some green tassels and sell it. It might become a part of my personal scarf collection, though. I'll have to sleep on it.

Here is how to make your own:

You'll Need:
3 colors of worsted weight yarn (A, B, C)
a crochet hook 

ch- chain
sc- single crochet
dc- double crochet
st- stich
Rnd(s)- Round

How to:
Rnd 1: Using color A, ch 20, ch 1 and turn ( counts as first sc)

Rnd 2: sc in each st, ch 3 (counts as first dc) and turn.

Rnd 3-4: dc in each stitch, ch 3 and turn. Repeat for Rnd 4.

Rnd 5-6: Switch to color B. dc in each stitch, ch 3 and turn. Repeat for Rnd 6.

Rnd 7: Switch to color A. sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 8-10: Sc in each st using only the back loop of each stitch to create ribbing, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc) repeat for rounds 9 and 10. Do not chain one and turn on round 10.
Rnd 11: sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 12-14: Switch to color B. Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat for Rnd 10 and 13.

Rnd 15-19: Switch to color A. Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat for Rnds 16-19.

Rnd 20-21: Switch to color C.Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat for Rnd 21.

Rnd 22-26: Switch to color A. Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat for Rnd 23-26.

Rnd 27-29: sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 30: Sc in each st using only the back loop of each stitch to create ribbing, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 31: sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc). 

Rnd 32: Sc in each st using only the back loop of each stitch to create ribbing, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 33-35: sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 36-46: Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat for Rnd 36-46.

Rnd 47-77: Switch to color C. Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat for Rnds 48-77. 

Rnd 78-88: Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat for Rnd 79-88.

 Rnd 89-91: sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 92 : Sc in each st using only the back loop of each stitch to create ribbing, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 93 : sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc). 

Rnd 94 : Sc in each st using only the back loop of each stitch to create ribbing, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 95-97: sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).

Rnd 98-102: Switch to color A. Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat.

Rnd 103-104: Switch to color C.Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat.

Rnd 105-109: Switch to color A. Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat.

Rnd 110-113 : Switch to color B. Chain 3 and turn, dc in each st. chain 3 turn (counts as first dc). Repeat. 

Rnd 114-116: Sc in each st using only the back loop of each stitch to create ribbing, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc) repeat for rounds 9 and 10. Do not chain one and turn on round 116.

Rnd 117: sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).


Rnd 118: Switch to color A. sc in each stitch, ch 1 and turn. (counts as first sc).


Rnd 119-120: Switch to color B. dc in each stitch, ch 3 and turn. Repeat for Rnd 6.


Rnd 121-122: sc in each st, ch 3 (counts as first dc) and turn.

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