My name is Beth Graham, and I am a teacher who often designs with newer crocheters in mind. I teach crochet at Shall We Knit? in Waterloo, Ontario, and on Craftsy ...
My name is Beth Graham, and I am a teacher who often designs with newer crocheters in mind. I teach crochet at Shall We Knit? in Waterloo, Ontario, and on Craftsy www.craftsy.com/ext/BethGraham_10172_F (affiliate link).
Find my work in I Like Crochet, Crochetscene, Knit Picks' Under 100 Crochet Collection, Crochet World, Crochet! Gifts to Go, Quick & Simple Crochet for the Home, and 101 Crochet One-Skein Wonders.
Learn more about me on Ravelry (http://www.ravelry.com/designers/beth-graham) and on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/zagraham).
Though theoretically a scarf, the subtle angling along the border suggests the narrowest of shawls. Inspired by Katherine Matthews' knit work, this scarf pairs a traditionally crocheted border with a Tunisian simple-stitch-and-purl body.
The border is worked first; afterward, the body is picked up in Tunisian crochet row by row.
String Theory Caper Sock offers the perfect combination of stitch definition and graceful movement, or use 100 grams of your favorite sock yarn for your own unique creation. One skein makes a generous scarf.
16 dc in row 5 of border and 4 rows of border = 3", blocked
14 Tss = 4" with afghan hook
400 yards of Fingering weight