Monday, September 12, 2016

Step Into Fall Scarf Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

This is my First Crochet Design specifically designed with the Caron Cakes Yarn in mind. And I absolutely love how it turned out.,
This lovely Scarf is designed using Caron Cakes yarn
 in Red Velvet. With rich shades of reds and grays, 
it is the perfect color choice.
It only takes 1 cake, 7.1 oz to crochet.
It is a Stair Step Scarf with a touch of chained Fringe.
Although, it is easy to crochet, it is a very elegant scarf to wear. As well as, being long and Classy. 

 See the video on my Youtube channel at this LINK

Step Into Fall Scarf Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
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Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook: I
Yarn: Worsted Weight (4) 7 oz.
           I used 1 Caron Cakes Yarn/ Red Velvet
Yarn Needle

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

Size: 64 inches X 14 inches

Notes: Ch 1 at ends of rows does not count as a st, it is a turning chain.
If Your Scarf tends to curl, you may be stitching too tightly.

R: 1 - Ch 41, Turn, 1 hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch across,
turn, ch1. (40 hdc)

R: 2 - 1 hdc in each hdc across, turn. ch1 (40 hdc)

R: 3 - R: 5 - Repeat R : 2

R: 6 - Repeat R: 4, then ch 11, turn (40hdc, 11 chs)

R: 7- 1 hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook, 1 hdc in the next 9 chs,
 1 hdc in the next 30 hdc, turn, ch1.
Leave the last 10 hdc unworked.

R: 8 -1 hdc in each hdc, turn, ch 1 (40hdc)

R: 9 - R: 11 - Repeat R: 8

R : 12 - Repeat R: 8, Then ch 11, turn (40hdc, 11chs)

Repeat R : 7 - R: 12  12 more times for 14 "steps". Do not tie off 

Fringe:
Turn, 1 sc in each hdc across row, ch 1 turn
 *ch 16, sk the next st, join ch to the next st with a slst*, 
Repeat From * to* across row. tie off and weave in your ends.

Join yarn to the other end of the scarf with a slst, 
Turn, 1 sc in each hdc across row, ch 1 turn
and Repeat from * to *. tie off and eave in your end.
I have a few more of the Caron cakes,
 I wonder if I should make some more?
Yes, I should!
Any worsted weight yarn will work for this scarf,
 but I  really like how the long variegated colors 
look for this scarf.
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