Cool breezes and warm sun, weather that changes on a dime…autumn can be paradoxical and deserves a lovely tribute. This soft handkerchief scarf can be worn over the shoulders or around the neck, adding a gorgeous structural element to any outfit. The double cluster and v stitch work together to create a lacy effect. This scarf is great for those who have mastered basic stitches and are ready to learn a few advanced stitches.
This shawl is apart of the Shawl for Every Season Collection.
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Yarn: Malabrigo Arroyo fine sport 100% wool yarn (335 yds/100g per skein): 1 skein in 862 Piedras
Hook: Size (I-9) 5.5 mm
Gauge: 19 rows and 13 sts = 4” as pattern repeats
Completed Dimensions: 52” X 10”
Skill Level: Intermediate
Necessary Skills: basic stitches, special stitches
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Stitches are reduced in each row by working chains and skipping stitches until the scarf reaches a round point at the end. Once the main section is complete, the edging is created by working specific stitches in each chain space created at the beginning of each row. The scarf may curl up on itself until the edging is added.
The scarf body has a pattern panel that repeats three times. Stitch count is reduced by 4 sts each row after row 1. When working across dc cl sts on next row, skip the chain made to close the cluster.
[ ] work instructions within brackets as many times as directed
dc— double crochet
sc— single crochet
sl st— slip stitch
yoh—yarn over hook
Dc Cluster (dc cl): [yoh, insert hook into st, yoh and draw loop through st, yoh and draw yarn through 2 loops] 3 times (4 loops on hook), yoh and draw through all loops on hook (1 loop remains), ch 1. 1 dc cl complete. (Important: Push cluster out to the RS of work. When working into dc cl sts on the next row, skip the chain made to close the cluster.)
V-stitch (V-st): Sk 1 st, in next st work: (dc, ch 1, dc). 1 V-st complete.
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. (165 sc)
Row 2: Ch 5, turn, sk 4 sts, sc in next st and in each st across row. (161 sc)
Rows 3, 4: Rep row 2 (leaving chs unworked). Note: Each rep of row 2 reduces st count by 4.
Row 5: Ch 5, turn, sk 4 sts, [sc in next 9 sts, dc cl in next st] across row, sc in each rem st.
Rows 6 – 8: Rep row 2.
Row 9: Ch 5, turn, sk 4 sts, V-st across row.
Row 10: Ch 5, turn, sk 2 V-sts, V-st in each V-st from previous row across row.
Row 11: Ch 5, turn, sk 2 V-sts, [2 sc in next ch-1-sp, sk 2 sts] rep across to last V-st, 1 sc in next ch-1-sp.
Note: First panel complete.
Rows 12 – 31: Rep rows 2 – 11 two times.
Note: Three panels complete.
Rows 32 – 41: Repeat row 2.
Row 42: Ch 5, turn, sk 4 sts, sc in last st.
Finish off and weave in ends.
Note: Stitches are worked around the two short sides of the triangle in two rows, turning at the end of row 1. Attach yarn at 1st sc made in row 1 with WS facing.
Row 1: [2 sc, 4 dc, 2 sc] in each ch-5 space along both short sides of scarf (skipping any stitches), sl st in the edge of row 1.
Row 2: (RS) Ch 1, turn, sl st in each st along both short sides of scarf.
Finish off and weave in ends.
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