I had an event to attend a couple of weeks ago and needed a scarf or cowl in warm colors. I rummaged through my stash of yarn and found this lovely Red Heart Treasure yarn. I had 2 skeins and that was just enough!
The yarn is a #4 weight worsted, is easy to work with and comes in lovely variegated/striping colors. This scarf is about 8″ x 60″ and I added the tapered ends with the tassel for a different look. you can easily increase the width of this scarf by continuing the increases until it is the width you like and you can make it longer by adding more rows before starting the decreases. The textured stitch is achieved by working in the back loop. The actual stitch combination is a very simple and basic one, but worked in back loop it looks almost like ridges — I think it’s fun!
I love that it can be worn several different ways which makes it fun for accessorizing.
You may purchase this yarn on Red Heart’s website!
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Skill Level: Easy
Size: Approximately 8” x 60” – Size is easily adjustable.
Red Heart Treasure Yarn (151 yards per skein), 2 skeins in Abstract colorway
Not critical for this project, but I got approximately 9 sts x 9 rows = 4” in stitch pattern.
dc: double crochet
hdc: half double crochet
sc: single crochet
sl st: slip stitch
dc3tog – [Yarn over (YO), insert hook in next st, YO and pull one loop through] 3 times (4 loops on hook), YO pull through all loops at once.
- Weave ends as you work
- Repeat instructions in [ ] or * as indicated.
- The stitch count is in ( ) at end of each row.
- You can find plenty of fringe tutorials on line, but here are two I like:
Work all rows in back loop only.
Row 1: Ch4 (counts as ch + dc), 3dc in 4th ch from hook. (4)
Row 2: Ch3 (counts as dc here and throughout), turn, hdc in same st, [hdc, sc] in next st 2 sts, 2hdc, dc in top of beginning ch3. (8)
Row 3: Ch3, turn, hdc in same st, *[hdc, sc] in next st, skip 1*; repeat between * to end, 2hdc top of beginning ch3. (10)
Rows 4 to 13: Repeat Row 3. You will increase st count by 2 in each row. (30)
Row 14: Ch2 (counts as hdc here and throughout), turn, *[hdc, sc] in next st, skip 1*; repeat between * to end, hdc top of beginning ch2. (30)
Rows 15 to 80: Repeat Row 14.
Row 81: Ch2, sc in next st, skip 1, *[hdc, sc] in next st, skip 1*; repeat between * until there are 3 sts left, hdc in next st, skip 1, hdc in top of beginning ch2. (28)
Rows 82 to 91: Repeat Row81. You will decrease st count by 2 in each row. (8)
Row 92: Ch1 (does not count as st), hdc in next st, [skip 1, hdc in next st] 3 times. (4)
Row 93: Ch2, turn, dc3tog. Fasten off. (1)
Add tassels to points if desired.
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