Monday, February 15, 2016

Downton Abbey Yarn Review and Lady Mary's Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

Do you watch Downton Abbey?
Who is your Favorite Actor on the Series?

Many people do not care for Lady Mary,
 But she is my favorite.
She is strong and independent 
and knows what she wants.
She is fashion forward and 
willing to take chances.
Lady Mary is Very Classy,
 just like my new design.

This is the box of fun Downton Abbey Yarns 
I received from Premiers Yarns
I was having trouble deciding which
 one to play with first.
But I finally decided to start with the
 Coral Shine.
See the Sparkle!
The Coral Shine is a (3) weight,
so it is perfect for this 
Spring, light as a feather, Triangle Scarf.
It is an elegant yarn, 
that Lady Mary would love.
She is such a " Fashionista"!

It is a lovely yarn to work with, 
and has wonderful drape.
I can hardly wait to try the 
Purple Shine and Teal Shine 
named after Lady Mary.

There are yarns named
 for Lady Sybil, Branson and Matthew
 in that box too.
I can hardly wait to play with them!

You can see this Video on my Youtube Channel at this LINK

Lady Mary's Triangle Scarf Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach
 Please add this pattern to your Ravelry Favorites.

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook: I
1 Stitch marker
Yarn: light weight (3) 290yds/ 3 oz.
           I used 1 skein - Downton Abbey/ Lady Mary - Coral Shine
A Broach pin or Shawl pin of Choice

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)

Size: Width - 40 inches wide,
18 inches from center to point

Pattern:
R: 1 - Ch 3, join in a circle, 3dc, ch 2, 3dc in the circle,
Turn (6 dc, 2ch)

R: 2 - Ch 3(counts as 1 dc) 1 dc in the same st as ch3,
 1 dc in each dc, 1dc, ch 2, 1dc in the ch2 space,
 (Corner – place your st marker in the point)
1 dc in each dc, 2dc in the last dc, Turn (10dc)

R: 3 – Ch4, (Counts 1dc, ch1) 1 dc in the same st, ch1,
1 dc, ch 1 in the next 4 dc,
1dc, ch1, 1dc in the point with st marker.
 (Move your st marker each row)
1 dc, ch1 in the next 4 dc,
1dc, ch1, 1 dc in the last dc, Turn
(14 dc, 14 ch1)

R: 4 – Ch4, (Counts 1dc, ch1) 1 dc in the same st, ch1,
1 dc, ch 1 in the each dc to the point
1dc, ch1, 1dc in the point with st marker.
 (Move your st marker each row)
1 dc, ch1 in each dc to the last st
1dc, ch1, 1 dc in the last dc, Turn

R: 5 – R: 26 - Repeat R: 4
(You will increase 6 dc, ch1 each row –
1 on each corner and 2 at the point)

If you want your Scarf longer, continue
 to repeat R: 4 till desired length.
You will need more yarn as this scarf
 takes the whole skein.

Trim:
Ch4, 1 dc in the same st, ch3,
*sk next 2 ch1 spaces, ch3,
2dc, ch1, 2dc in the next ch 1 space*(shell stitch)
Repeat From * to * down to the point of the scarf,
And up to the other end,
1dc, ch1, 1dc in the last st, turn

 Ch4, 1 sc in the 1st ch1 space,
*Ch4, 1 sc in the ch1 space
 Between the next “2dc, ch1, dc” space,
Ch4, 1 sc in the next ch3 space*
Repeat From * to * all along the edge of the scarf.
Shell stitch trim.

An Ad Free Instant Download PDF
Crochet Pattern 
is available in my Craftsy Shop
 for $1.50 at this link:

I love Crocheting, and
 I Love watching Downton Abbey.
And I really love crocheting
while I watch Downton Abbey.

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