Hounds Tooth Scarf Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs
The Hounds Tooth Scarf Looks Complicated
But it is really quite easy
It is basically Double Crochet Stitches and
Single Crochet stitches.
The Matching Hat- The Hounds Tooth Hat
Crochet pattern and Video at This LINK
The Matching Fingerless Gloves
Crochet Pattern and Video at This LINK
It makes a Warm and Attractive Scarf For A Man or Woman.
the length is completely adjustable, too.
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Crochet Hook - H / 5.00 MM
Yarn- Med (4) Worsted Weight Yarn - White and Black (2 oz of each color)
I used I Love This yarn By Hobby Lobby
Chain ( ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet ( dc)
Ch1 Does not count as a st
When changing colors, Do Not cute your Yarn,
Carry your yarn Across the back of your work and stitch over it.
NO ONE WANT TO WEAVE IN A BUNCH OF ENDS.
THIS MAKES THE SCARF NEAT AND TIDY.
Size: 7 X 36 Inches
R: 1 - With White yarn, Ch 21, 1 sc the 2 nd ch from hook,
counts as first sc, 1 sc in each ch, ch1 turn. (19 sc)
R: 2 - 1 sc in the first st, **1 dc in the next st, 1 sc in the next st,
Repeat From ** across row, ch 1 turn (19 sts)
R: 3 - Change to black yarn, leaving white attached, 1 sc in each dc,
1 dc in each sc, stitching over the white yarn across, ch 1 turn. (19sts)
R: 4 - Change to white yarn, leaving the black yarn attached,
1 sc in each dc, 1 dc in each sc, stitching over the black yarn across, ch 1 turn. (19 sts)
R: 5- Repeat R: 3
R: 6 - Repeat R: 4
R: 7 - R: 90 - Repeat R: 3 and R: 4 Alternating Rows and Colors.
Add additional Rows if more length is desired.
Row 91 - 1 sc in each st across, tie off weave in your ends.
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A Quick idea For matching Gloves
I Love these gloves for driving.
I buy them at Target and Walmart.
I keep a pair in my purse, car and several other spots,
but, but I always think they are too short.
So I decided to make them longer.
The first thing I did was do a blanket st
around the top of the glove.
Be sure to stretch the glove and try it on,
to make sure you are not stitching to tightly.
Then I used the same technique I used for the
Hounds Tooth scarf.
Using the pattern : dc, sc, dc, sc, .... and changing colors every row.
Each row I added a few increasesto make it sort of fan out.
And I Love them!
Stay warm and enjoy!