Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Super Nova Wrap Scarf Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach

 Super Nova Wrap Scarf 
Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs

It's A Super Scarf, A Wrap Shawl 
And Throw Blanket.


What is Boucle Yarn?
"Yarn With a looped or curled ply" 



 Crocheting with this Boucle yarn.

1. Choose a large project.  Do not try to make little 

intricate designs.
Most of the color variegation can not be seen with a small
project. I suggest scarves, throws, blankets and cowls.


2. Choose a project with very little detail. 
Most intricate detail is lost because of the bumpy and
fuzziness of the yarn.


3. Crochet loosely - It is better to be too lose then 
too tight with this type of yarn. It is hard to find the
stitches if you crochet too tightly, and just as hard to work
with if you are a tight stitcher.


4. Lastly, don't let the yarn frustrate you. 
Make a practice swatch, and study how to find your
stitches, and where to place your hook.
If you are struggling with it, set it down and come back later.


Examples of Boucle Yarn:
Homespun
Lion Brand Boucle
Lion Brand Textures
Bernat Pipsqueak
Country Loom
Red Heart Stellar



It is a thick boucle, so I made the pattern simple to crochet. 
But the end result is definitely not simple.
It's Classy, Warm and Comfy.
Although this yarn is a bulky 5, it is not heavy, 
and yet still very warm.


See The Video On my Crochet Youtube
 Channel at This Link


Super Nova Super Scarf And Wrap Crochet Pattern

 By Sara Sach

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Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook – N / 9.00MM
Yarn – Super Bulky (5) (32 oz/ 480 yds.) 
Yarn Needle for weaving in ends.
Scissors
Stitch markers for keeping your chain count

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)

Size: 84 X 33 inches with Fringe
Multiples - 2 + 5 Chs
2 chs = 1 inch
1 Row = 1 inch

Pattern notes: 
Ch 4 counts as 1 dc, ch1 at beginning of rows.

R: 1 – Loosely ch 67, 1 dc in the 5th ch from the hook, ch 1,
*sk the next ch, dc in the next ch, ch 1* Repeat From * to * across chain,
 Turn, ch 4 (33 dc, 32 ch 1 spaces)


R: 2 - *1 dc in the next dc, ch 1* Repeat From * to * across row, 
dc in the 3rd ch of the ch4, Turn, ch 4
(33dc, 32 ch1 spaces)


R: 3 - Repeat R: 2


R: 4 - Repeat R : 2


R: 5 – R: 84 – Continue to Repeat R: 2, tie off weave in your ends.
I did not add any trim, as I didn't see it was necessary.
Add or substract length as desired. 

Fringe: See Video above for how to attach Fringe.

Cut pieces of yarn 12 inches long for each end of the scarf.
With 2 strands of yarn, attach yarn to the 1st corner,
 then repeat in each ch1 space, and on the last corner.
Repeat On the opposite end of the Scarf.


Repeat On the opposite end of the Scarf.



What a comfy and elegant scarf and Wrap Shawl.
 It's perfect for any time of the day.
It also makes a great  throw,
 when there is a chill in the air.

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