Monday, April 27, 2015

"Queen Ann's Lace" Scarf Photo Tutorial | Posh Pooch Dsigns

Queen Ann's Lace Scarf Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs 

Today's Blog and Free Crochet Pattern
Queen Ann's Lace Scarf is lovingly dedicated to
My Sweet Momma, 
My Elegant and Precious 
Queen Ann.
We loved to call her
"The Queen Mum" for fun, 
although she was dearly called Granny
By her Grandkids and Great Grandkids.
Her Friends called her Ann.

Momma And Me At Her
75th Birthday Celebration!

I Hope when you are stitching Up this  Beautiful Scarf you
 will think about Loved ones and Friends who
 have pasted from Cancer, or are Fighting it.

See The Video On My Youtube Crochet
Channel At This LINK

Queen Ann's Lace Scarf Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
Please, add This Crochet Pattern to your Ravelry Favorites.

Skill: Easy to Moderate
Materials :
Crochet Hook - I / 5.50 MM
            I used the I hook for more open lacy look.
Yarn - Worsted Weight ( 4) 3 oz. Red Heart Super saver/ Ombre
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Triple Crochet (tr)

Size: Approximately 48 inches long, 4 inches wide
Each Repeat is - 5 inches

Pattern :

R: 1 - Ch 4, form in a circle, joining with a sl st.

R: 2 - In the circle, Ch 4(counts as 1st tr) 11 tr, ch1, turn
(12 tr)

R: 3 - 1 sc in the 1st st, *ch4, sc in the same st,
 sc in the next st*
Repeat from * to * 10 more times, 1 sc in the last sc
(11 ch4 loops)

R: 4 - ch 4, turn, attach ch to the 1st loop,

 Ch 4 (counts as 1st tr) 

Turn again, 11 tr in the loop, slst in the center loop of previous round.ch1
(12 tr)

R: 5 - Turn, 1 sc in the 1st st, 
*ch4, sc in the same st, sc in the next st*
Repeat from * to * Across, 1 sc in the last sc
( 11 ch4 loops)
R: 6 - Repeat R: 4

R: 7 - Repeat R: 5

Continue To Repeat R: 4 and R: 5 20 More Times For 23 Repeats, 
or as many as you would like.

The Queen Ann's Lacy Scarf  Pattern
 is now
Available in PDF File Download
in my Ravelry ShopAt This LINK
For $4.50

You can Block your scarf  if you want it to lay flat, 
by laying it out on a bath towel and praying it, 
lightly with water. Leave it till it is dry.

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