Monday, March 29, 2021

Open Chevron Ombre Scarf Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

 Open Chevron Ombre Scarf
 Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of   Posh Pooch Designs

Designing  Skinny Scarves is one of my favorite things
 to design when I only have a few ounces of yarn left, 
and the yarn is just to pretty to go in the scrap bin
 for scrap projects.

This Chevron Scarf is Stitched in a open pattern 
for a cooler comfortable effect. And the Ombre is
 a wonderful look for this scarf, 
I Love it in the purple shades. Although any 
Ombre would be a lovely touch for this scarf.  
 It is the perfect addition to a Spring or Easter Outfit,
since it is a skinny scarf, and not heavy at all. 

I designed this Scarf using Red Heart Super
 Saver Yarn in Ombre Violet.  
It is a Med (4) weight yarn, which is why I chose
 this  yarn. I wanted the  scarf to be light and airy to wear.
 I love all the Ombre yarns and was delighted at how
 this scarf stitched up. There are many yarn brands with 
Ombre shades that would also look great for
 this lovely scarf.

I really enjoyed designing and stitching up this 
Chevron scarf, And I hope you will also. This Crochet 
Pattern is also very easy and quick to stitch up.

See The Video On My Crochet Youtube
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Open Chevron Ombre Scarf Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy
Crochet Hook I / 5.50 MM
Yarn – Med (4) Acrylic 4 oz. 
              I Used Red heart Super saver/ Ombre / violet
Yarn Needle
Chain (ch)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)
Double Crochet Decrease/ Double Crochet 2 together (2dctog)

Size:  6 X 56 Inches
2 ch = 1 inch
3 Row = 2 inches
Ch1 does not count as a st

R: 1 - Ch 23, dc in the 4th ch from the hook, 1 dc in next 8 dc,
3 dc in the next ch, 1 dc in the next 10 chs, turn, ch1
(23 dc)

R: 2 – 2dctog with the 1st 2 dc, ch1,
*sk the next dc, dc in the next dc, ch1*
Repeat From * to * 3 more times
3 dc in the 2nd dc of the 3dc group, Ch1
Repeat From * to * 4 more times,
2dctog with the last 2 dc, turn, ch 1
(13 dc, 10 ch1)

R: 3 - 2dctog with the 1st  dc and ch1 sp, 
*dc in the next dc, dc in the next ch1 sp*
Repeat From * to * 3 more times, 1 dc in the next dc, 
3 dc in the 2nd dc of the 3 dc group,
 dc in the next dc, dc in next ch1 sp,
Repeat From * to * 3 more times, dc in the next dc,
2dctog with the last ch1 sp, and dc, turn, ch1

R:4 – Repeat R: 2

R: 5 – Repeat R: 3

R: 6 – Repeat R: 2

R: 7 – Repeat R: 3

R: 8 – R: 56 – Continue to Repeat R: 2 And R: 3 Alternating Rows
Longer if you want a longer scarf.

Make sure you end on a R: 3 for a solid row of dc.
Tie off weave in Your ends.

I did not add any trim, as I didn't see it was needed.

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