This weekend was Thanksgiving weekend here,as well as my SIL birthday. I made 2 pies, to lots of buns, an applesauce cake and a giant birthday cookie (Pizza pan sized) Some how I had time to designe a quick gift for her on Saturday to give to her today. I give you another free pattern......
Made for a Canadian October, I designed this for my SIL birthday. I completed this scarf in 4 hours.
1 ball 3.5 oz/100g Bernat Satin (worsted weight yarn)
Needle to sew in ends
ch - chain
dc – double crochet
dcdec – double crochet decrease
st - stitch
Bethany Scarf Directions:
Make a ch of 42 leaving an 8 inch tail on each end. Cut yarn from skein and ravel into a ball to use later.
Row 1 :ch 4, dc in first chain (makes first loop) ch 4 turn work
Row 2 :dc in same chain as ch4, skip next stitch ch1, dc ch 1 dc in next st, ch4 turn work
Row 3:dc in same chain as ch4, skip next st, (dc in next st, ch1) dc ch 1 dc in last dc, ch4 turn work
Row 4-9 :repeat row 3, adding a dc at each end (as row 3) and dc ch1 in each stitch across (6x's)
Row 10-11: dc ch1 in every dc across
Row 12: repeat rows 4-9
Row 18-19:repeat row 10-11
Row 20: 3:dc in same chain as ch4, skip next st, (dc in next st, ch1) dc ch 1 dc in last dc, ch 45 turn work.
Attach set aside yarn to the opposite side of your row from your hook and chain 41 st with your J hook and end off.
(Where gray is your scarf and black is the added yarn )
Row 21: dc in 4th chain from hook, skip next stitch ch1, dc ch 1 dc in next st, complete across, including across the added chain. dc ch 1 dc in last st, ch4 turn work.
Row 22:dc in same chain as ch4, skip next st, (dc in next st, ch1) dc ch 1 dc in last dc, ch4 turn work
Row 23-26:repeat row 3, adding a dc at each end (as row 3) and dc c1 in each stitch across (4x's)
Row 27: dcdec in next 2 dc, ch1. dc ch1 across until 3 dc remain. dcdec in next 2 st, dc in last st. end of and tie in strings.
The tassels on mine is made of artisan mohair in the same color as the acrylic/wool blend to add some texture. The strings are looped in half, pulled though the open work of the scarf along the diagonal edge and then pulled through the folded top and pulled tight. Tassels are cut in varying lengths.