3.13.2011

Trefoil Scarf



Trefoil Scarf

Scarves are one of my favorite gifts to make. Mainly because they can be a great opportunity to learn a new stitch pattern. This pattern is quickly learned and equally quickly crocheted from its lacy fabric. Make one in bamboo for the summer or cashmere for the winter, either way your gift will be greatly appreciated. As with all my patterns, the motifs and construction are both written out and diagrammed in symbols. The pattern was originally published in Inside Crochet Issue 7 in UK terms. The version available to download is in US terms.


FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Scarf is 6” wide by 61” tall (15cm by 155cm).

Yarn:
Sublime Cashmere Merino Silk DK (CYCA #4), 75% extra fine merino, 20% silk, 5% cashmere, 116m (127 yds) / 50g: 059 Beetroot 3 balls

Hooks:
H/8 (5.0mm) hook or hook needed to obtain gauge

Notions:
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends, Spray bottle and blocking pins, 6mm (¼”) wide by 4 m (13 ft) ribbon in contrasting color.

Gauge:
2 Trefoils by 7 rows = 13 cm (5”) wide by 10 cm (4”) long

Stitches Used:
CH Chain
SL ST Slip Stitch
SC Single Crochet
DC Double Crochet
t-ch turning chain
sk skip




$2, PDF Download Only
Fine Print: To use the PDF, you will need appropriate software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. By purchasing this pattern, you are granted a limited license to download the pdf file to a single personal computer and to print out a hard copy of the pattern, solely for personal non-commercial use.

2 comments:

CrochetBlogger said...

Really great point that scarves are the ideal project for learning a new stitch pattern!

Paix√£o por Artesanato said...

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e publiquei no blog vai la e veja e me diga o que achou bjao