Lacy Treble Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
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This scarf was one of the fastest I have ever crocheted! It was done in "Princess," a chenille yarn carried by Hobby Lobby. The gold metallic buttery soft edging yarn is "Enchantment" carried by JoAnn (Hey, we yarn shoppers get around, right?)
This was a quick "afterthought" gift to add to a matching pair of fingerless gloves I had made for my god-daughter, Laurie. As a set, I thought they were very pretty even though the stitch patterns were not the same.
In my own mind, I laughingly call this a "flopover" stitch pattern! You'll see why if you make it. You create a treble stitch unit then "flop" it over onto the next space and single crochet it down. Kind of fun!
Hope you enjoy making it!
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What You Will Need
One skein Princess from Hobby Lobby
One skein Enchantment from JoAnn
OR your choice of worsted weight chenille and a coordinating metallic yarn for edging if desired
Crochet hook size H or preferred size
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How To Make The Magic...
With Main color, ch 16.
SC in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across (16 SC). Turn.
*Ch 4, TRC in base of ch 4 just made. Skip next 2 SC, SC in next SC. Repeat from * across. You should end with a SC in last SC.
*Ch 4, TRC in base of ch 4 just made. SC in next space. Repeat from * across, end with a SC in last stitch.
Repeat Row 3 until scarf is desired length. Then work final row.
Ch 1, *Work 2 slip stitches in space. SC in next SC. Repeat from * across, fasten off.
Attach Contrast color to any corner with right side facing you. *Ch 4, TRC in base of Ch 4 just made. Allow TRC to "fall over" to left and SC where it lands against work. Repeat from * down side. Near corner, space last couple of stitches to be sure you end with a SC in the corner stitch. Repeat from * around all edges. Join with sl st to base of first ch 4. Fasten off.
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