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« on: February 10, 2014 06:04:13 AM »


imadedinner.net shared this pattern and it's my absolute favorite east coast winter scarf. I spend a lot of time on the subway and towards the end of my commute I get a bit tired, I can easily pull this scarf up and use it to rest my head. The pattern is so simple I've made several of these to give away. You can easily remember the pattern and mindlessly make this scarf while watching tv.


Directions:

Note: a V-stitch is made (DC, ch 2, DC)

ch. 31 (increase width by increasing the chain by 10)

Row 1: sk first 3 ch. *V-stitch in the next ch, sk next 2ch* across. DC in final ch

Row 2: ch 3. *V-stitch in ch 2 space from previous row* across. DC in final ch.

Row 3-end: Repeat Row 2

To finish: fold scarf in half, sl st in each available space. Bind off and weave in ends.
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« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2014 07:28:14 AM »

Very cool!  I've seen this stitch all over Pinterest but no one's ever provided such good instructions.
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« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2014 07:39:54 AM »

Very cool!  I've seen this stitch all over Pinterest but no one's ever provided such good instructions.

It's such a simple "V" stitch. I like that there's lots of breathing spaces throughout but it still holds a very firm shape.
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