A sudden domesticated urge hit me when my first son was born. I taught myself to crochet by watching videos on the internet, and a lot of trial and error. I can be contacted at ...
A sudden domesticated urge hit me when my first son was born. I taught myself to crochet by watching videos on the internet, and a lot of trial and error. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, as for some reason I do not seem to receive email updates on comments.View all patterns by designer (1) »
This pattern came about when I misread the directions for a different stitch. I loved the way it turned out, and had several people inquire about it so I decided to write it out. It creates a nice finished project that looks much more complicated than it is.
Here are links to pictures of the first three rows, as I get a lot of questions about the first rows working up uneven.
Gauge isn't important. Simply adjusted your yarn and hook or starting chain to get your desired width and length.
This was so easy and so quick. I had a little challenge with the first row, but after that, it was probably the quickest easiest stash buster I've ever seen. One skein of yarn and this scarf was done. No counting of rows, no needing to keep track of where in the pattern. It really could not be simpler.
I made a cotton scarf using this pattern - thought it was easy, easy, easy and turned out looking great.
I loved this project and am on my second scarf. It is so much prettier than just plain single or double crochet. Love it!
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