Amethyst Bandana

Amethyst Bandana

This scarf radiates the brilliant amethyst of heliotrope blossoms. When you slip it over your neck you will realize why this gorgeous sheen of purple was once reserved for royalty. Now you can use this versatile and comfortable bandana to add a rich saturated splash of purple to any outfit in your wardrobe: equally fit for a cowgirl or a queen.

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Materials

Dragonfly Fibers Pixie 100% Superwash merino wool fingering weight yarn (475 yds/100g/ 4 oz per skein):  2 skeins in Heliotrope.

Hook size 5.0 mm

2 stitch markers

Pattern Info

Gauge:  17 sts and 17 rows = 4” in sc

Completed Dimensions: 15” in height, 12” width increasing to a 17” width

Skill Level: Easy

Necessary Skills: basic stitches, working in the round, increase

Abbreviations

BL—back loop

ch—chain

rep—repeat

sc—single crochet

sl st—slip stitch

st(s)—stitch(es)

Notes

This cowl is worked in one piece holding two strands of yarn (one from each skein) together and increasing in the same place each round. Two single crochet stitches are worked to create the triangle at the front of the piece. When working this increase, alternate working in the first and second sc to keep the triangle straight.

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Pattern

Holding two strands together, ch 95, sl st in first ch to connect ch.

Rnd 1: Sc in each of the next 47 chs, 2 sc in next ch (place marker), sc in each of the next 47 chs (place marker at last st). (96 sc)

Rnd 2: Working in the BL only (here through rnd 50), sc in first sc from rnd 1 and in each st to first marker, 2 sc at marker (see notes), sc in each st to second marker. (97 sc)

Rnd 3: Sc in each st to first marker, 2 sc at marker, sc in each st to second marker. (98 sc)

Rnds 4 – 50: Rep rnd 3. (Note: each rnd adds 1 st to the count.)

Note: Switch to working under both loops of the stitch for the rest of the rnds/finishing.

Rnds 51, 52: Sc in each st to first marker, 2 sc at marker, sc in each st to second marker.

Rnd 53: Sl st in each sc around, finish off.

To finish:

Rnd 1: Attach yarn to the top of piece and sc in each ch around.

Rnd 2: Sl st in each st around, finish off.

 

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Xoxo,

Abbey

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2 thoughts on “Amethyst Bandana”

  1. This is such a gorgeous cowl! I just wound up the yarn to make it. I was wondering, when I sc 2 into the stitch with the marker, do I place the marker in the first of the two stitches I made or the last stitch I just made?

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by! I can’t wait to see how yours turns out!
      Here’s the notes included in the pattern:
      This cowl is worked in one piece holding two strands of yarn (one from each skein) together and increasing in the same place each round. Two single crochet stitches are worked to create the triangle at the front of the piece. When working this increase, alternate working in the first and second sc to keep the triangle straight.
      I hope this helps!
      Warmly,
      Abbey

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