Want a scarf with some wow but not too much thinking to do as you make it?
This easily memorised pattern, worked on the bias, keeps your fingers busy while your mind is occupied (or is simple enough for beginners) and lets the colours of the hand-dyed yarn do all the talking.
Just one 100g skein of 4ply makes a nice long crescent shaped scarf for wrapping with a pretty puff stitch detail.
We planned for the pooling on a skein of Socka from Sparkleduck but it will work well with self stripings and highly variagated yarns too.
Length is easily adjusted by working more or fewer rows. A deeper scarf can be achieved by working more repeats in the set up section. Altering the size alters the yarn required.
1 100g skein Sparkleduck Socka (4ply, 80% Merino Superwash Wool, 20%nylon, 365m/100g) in Another 48 to Go.
4.5mm (US 7) hook.
20 sts and 16 rows in pattern to 10cm/4in using 4.5mm hook (or size needed to achieve tension)
Basic crochet stitches, working in rows, increasing, missing stitches.
Started at one end, worked on the bias, an initial increase section is worked followed by a series of wedges that are all the same length.
This pattern is charted and written using standard UK crochet terminology (with US conversions given in the abbreviations)
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