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ABOUT THIS PATTERN I love making fingerless gloves. I wear them every day with every outfit. They are just fun accessories for me. MATERIALS FINISHED SIZE Yarn · 1 skein Lion Brand Landscapes in Desert Spring, or approx. 100 yards of another category 4 […]
I love the colors of this yarn. When I bought this yarn, I probably spent a good half-hour trying to decide which color combination I wanted. It was the teal blue mixed into this combo that ultimately made my decision.
During the photo shoot for this collection, one of our cats, Squeakers, decided to come say hi. My grandmother had a cat named Squeaky Joe when I was a kid. Squeaky Joe was a calico and squeaked every time you touched her. Squeakers was originally named Kiki. But she squeaks every time we touch her so I renamed her Squeakers in honor of Squeaky Joe.
ABOUT THIS PATTERN
They only had two skeins of this yarn in stock. So of course, I bought both having no idea what I was going to do with it. I just loved the colors. I decided on an infinity scarf. As you can see from my other posts, I used the second skein to make the matching Winter’s Desert Fingerless Gloves and Winter’s Desert Headband.
|Yarn||· 1 skein Lion Brand Landscapes in Desert Spring, or approx. 140 yards of another category 4 yarn||8.5” W x 4” H|
|Hook||· Size US 10 / 6.0mm crochet hook||GAUGE|
|Other||· Large eye blunt needle
· Stitch markers
|4” x 4” = 6 DCVS x 5 rows|
|Easy / Beginner|
|DC||Double Crochet||Sl St||Slip Stitch|
|Sts||stitches||DCVS||Double Crochet V-Stitch|
- Double Crochet V-Stitch (DCVS) – (1 DC, Ch 1, 1 DC) in the indicated stitch.
- Scarf is worked in rows and then stitched together at the end.
- Ch 3 at the beginning of each row counts as a stitch.
Start: Chain 26.
Row 1: 1 DC in 4th Ch from hook, Ch 1, 1 DC in next Ch (first DC V-stitch made). *skip 1 Ch, 1 DC in next Ch, Ch 1, 1 DC in next Ch*. * repeat 5 more times. 1 DC in last Ch. 7 V-stitches made.
Row 2: Ch 3, skip the first stitch. 1 DCVS in each Ch 1 space across. 1 DC in the tch.
Row 3 – 102: Repeat Row 2. It is important to check your gauge. I tend to have a tight gauge. My scarf ended up being 102 rows long for 1 skein of yarn. You can make your scarf longer or shorter by adding to or subtracting yarn. Be sure to save enough yarn to stitch the two ends together.
FINISHING: Line up the two ends together. Be careful not to twist the yarn (unless you want a twisted look). Stitch the two ends together. Make sure your lined up stitch for stitch on each side to avoid one end finishing before the other. Stitch markers can be helpful here.
Weave in all ends.
And that’s it. Hope you enjoy!!!
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