I made this scarf to go with the Front Post Double Crochet Hat. The stitch pattern is easily memorized and is very simple to do. I have made several of these scarves to make sure that my instructions are correct.
This stitch pattern uses a multiple of 10 + 1, + 3 for your turning chain. You only need to add the + 3 once. To make this scarf I used 31 stitches for the stitch pattern + 3 for my turning chain for a total of 34 chains.
This pretty stitch pattern creates off set blocks with V stitches in between, making it light and lacy.
1 4 oz skein of Carons Simply Soft Rose Camo
Scissors for cutting fringe
Stitches and Abbreviations Used
dc - double crochet
sc - single crochet
V-st V-stitch: to make in indicated ch space or st, dc, ch 1, dc. V-st made
Gauge: Not important in this pattern
With I hook chain 34
Row 1 (right side) Dc in 4th ch from hook, *ch 3, skip 4 chains, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next chain space, skip 4**; V-st in next chain. Repeat from * across, ending last repeat at **; dc in last 2 ch spaces, ch 3 (counts as dc on following row), turn.
Row 2 Dc in first dc, *ch 3, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch 3 space**. V-st in ch 1 space of next v-st, repeat from * across, ending last repeat at **. 2 dc in 3rd chain of turning chain, ch 3, turn.
Repeat row 2 for pattern. Continue working in pattern until your scarf is desired length.
For fringe - cut 8 inch lengths on yarn, fold in half and loop through opposite side of beginning chain and in each stitch across last completed pattern row.
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