Columbia Scarf

Inspired by our former neighborhood in Cincinnati (Columbia Tusculum), this project takes the vibrant historic neighborhood and translates it into a stitch pattern. The lacy stitch pattern are modified pineapples which are everywhere in the neighborhood welcoming visitors. The bright colors match the wild pink and purple houses along our street. Pairing the fun color and lacy pattern, this is also a very versatile scarf that can be worn wrapped around your neck or shoulders all year long.

Columbia Scarf

Schaefer Yarn Company, Susan (CYCA #2), 100% mercerized pima cotton, 470yds/ 170g:
Frida Kahlo, 1 hank (MC) Reynolds Yarn, Cool Cotton (CYCA #2), 90% Cotton, 10% Cool Steel, 114yds/ 50g: #0002 Putty, 2 balls (CC)

G/7 (4.5mm) hk or hk needed to obtain gauge

Blocking pins and spray bottle

Stitches Used:
ch Chain

sl st Slip Stitch

sc Single Crochet

hdc Half Double Crochet

dc Double Croc
tr Treble Crochet

dtr Double Treble Crochet

ttr Triple Treble Crochet

pm place marker

yo yarn over

sk skip

t-ch turning chain

Finished size:
72” by 11” scarf


width of scarf (w/o edging) x 16 rows=
7” x 8 ¾”

More Photos at flickr.

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1 comment:

K @ Aurora Blythe said...

I love the intricate delicacy of the finished product. So lovely!