Super Quick Scarf
I accidentally started and finished this scarf in an afternoon. I didn’t mean to, it just happened and I was so surprised.
I found this stitch idea on another Yarnspirations project and modified it a bit to do a scarf. It’s using what I call V-Stitch Clusters and it’s very much like doing a simple granny square. You just need to look for the gaps and apply your stitch work. It means you can do this pattern without much thought to it.
This is the Super Quick and Easy Scarf pattern.
- 6 mm or Size J Hook
- 2 Balls of Caron Simply Soft Party, Fuschia Sparkle.
Double Crochet Cluster (dc cl) – *Yarn over, insert into indicated stitch, yarn over and pull through stitch, yarn over pull through next 2 loops, leaving stitch unfinished. 2 loops remaining on hook. Repeat * 2 more times which will add an additional loop per repeat. 4 Loops remaining on hook, yarn over and pull through all 4 loops.
The scarf has one short edge that is flat verses the finishing edge having a tapered finished edge.
- Ch 15, sc 2nd ch from hook across. Turn.
- Ch 4 (counts as dc, ch), * dc cl in 3rd sc, ch 2, dc cl into same stitch, ch 1. Repeat * across. Dc in final stitch. Turn.
- Ch 4, (counts as dc, ch), * dc cl in the next ch-2 space between the dc cl below, ch 2, dc cl in the same ch-2 space, ch 1. Repeat * across. Dc in the final stitch. Turn.
- Repeat Step 3, 93 times.
- Ch 4 (counts as dc, ch), dc cl in the next ch-2 space, ch 1, * dc cl in the next ch-2 space between the dc cl below, ch 2, dc cl in the same stitch, ch 1. Repeat * 1 time. Dc cl in the next ch-2 space, ch 1, dc into the final stitch.
- Ch 4, (counts as dc, ch) * dc cl in the next ch-2 space, ch 2, dc cl into the same ch-2 space. Ch 1. Repeat * 1 time. Dc into final stitch.
- Fasten off and weave in ends.
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WHERE DO I GO TO ASK YOU A QUESTION ABOUT CROCHET MULTIPLES? KNITCROADDICT HAS A CROCHER LACY SWEATER TOP USING THE DRUNKEN GRANNY STITCH, WHICH I DO NOT LIKE. I WANT TO CROCHET THE TOP, BUT I WANT TO USE A PRETTIER STITCH. SHE SAYS THE MULTIPLES ARE 5, PLUS 4. HOW ON EARTH WOULD I FIND A SUITABLE PATTERN TO USE FOR THIS PATTERN, BUT NOT USING THE STITCH SHE HAS USED TO CROCHET HER TOP. CAN YOU HELP ME OUT HERE MIKEY? I SURE HOPE SO, BECAUSE I’D LOVE TO GET STARTED ON THIS TOP FOR SPRING AND SUMMER GARMENTS. I SINCERELY THANK YOU MIKEY, FOR ANY INFORMATION YOU CAN PROVIDE ME ABOUT THIS QUESTION.
You can find resources like that in stitch books where the multiples are given in (most of them). THat’s what I would do. Edie Eckman has amazing books and many crochet stitches books also has the same detail. Just thumb through them and find a stitch and see if the stitches you love can match the stitch multiple or close to it.
Nice one, Mikey – I don’t use the V-stitch as often as I do an X-stitch. That is a multiple of 4 with the chain 3 at the beginning of the row counting as the first stitch of the pattern, and between those rows, some good hdc’s to keep it thicker and not so flimsy. Just my pattern idea for afghans and scarves, etc.
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