Monday, November 17, 2008

Silky Soft Scarf

A stash busting pattern
by Samantha Stopple Copyright 2008

This pattern is also available as a pdf download on Ravelry!

Frog Tree Scarf

Example was made with Frog Tree Pima Cotton Silk and a J / 6.0 mm Hook
Approx. 58” Long and 3” Wide
Gauge: 12 rows in 2” / 4 - (sc, ch1) in 2”
I did 17 rows for my scarf

Notes [Read before starting the pattern]

Note links in this online version. You will find information nthat might be helpful if you are new to crochet.

The foundation chain and first row are the same color yarn.

You do not turn your work. You join at the beginning of each row and fasten off at the end of each row. The right side of the scarf is always facing you.

Leave longish tails at the beginning and end of each row, which will become part of the fringe. No ends to weave in!

To get the look of this scarf you need to do this even if you do this in one color.

Any yarn that you have on hand
If you want the scarf to be drapey go up 2 or more hooks sizes than the hook or needle size suggested on the ball band. If you crochet loosely you might not need to, if you crochet tightly like me you do!

The pattern: The granite stitch a multiple of 2 stitches

Foundation Row: Chain to a length that looks good to you and add a few more chains just in case. Then w/o fastening off proceed to Row 1

Row 1: (sc, ch1) in the 2nd ch from the hook [skip the next ch (sc, ch1) in the next ch] across, skip one more ch then end with a sc when the length looks right to you. (Pick out any extra chains not needed.)

Row 2: sc in the first sc, [(sc, ch1) in the ch1 space of the previous row] across, ending with a sc in the last ch1 space and a sc in the last sc.

Row 3: (sc, ch1) in the first sc, [(sc, ch1) in the ch1 space of the previous row] across, end with a sc in the last sc.

Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until it’s the width you want.
Frog Tree Scarf
Add fringe to your liking. Trim if needed.

If you are new to making fringe then check out this tutorial here.

Give scarf a gentle blocking if needed.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this. I have been looking for a pattern to do a collegiate scarf and this is absolutely perfect. The colors are navy blue and orange and it's working up really nice. Thanks again.

Sashafras said...

Very pretty!

Cindy said...

Hi! I just discovered your site. Lovely patterns! How wonderful to share...thank you.

Sasha said...

Just made this and starting another one immediately! Thanks for the pattern - new favorite!

Anonymous said...

Just finished one, starting another immediately! Thanks so much for this pattern - my new favorite!