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Topic: Chenille keyhole scarf w/pattern  (Read 6116 times)
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« on: December 01, 2008 04:29:26 PM »

Hi! I have made a whole bunch of scarves lately for gifts. Here is a short keyhole scarf made with Lion Brand Chenille Thick and Quick and a P hook. It is super easy and goes really fast--I mean really fast! You could make several in one evening. As you can see, the stitches are big and loose.

I tend to make things up as I go along, and my mom asked me to write out the pattern for this short keyhole scarf, so I'm sharing it with you, too. I've never written out a pattern before, so if I need to correct something, please let me know.
Super bulky yarn (category 6) with P hook
Ch 54
Row 1: hdc in second stitch from hook and in each stitch to the end of the row; ch 1 and turn
Row 2: (count ch 1 as first stitch) hdc in each stitch across; ch 1 and turn
Row 3: hdc in first 12 stitches; ch 3; skip 3 stitches; hdc in each stitch to the end of the row; ch 1 and turn
Row 4: hdc in each stitch to end of row; ch 1 and turn (be sure that you hdc three stitches on the three chains when you get to it)
Row 5: hdc in each stitch to end of row; ch 1 and turn; finish off
Weave in ends

Here is another keyhole scarf I made in red and a longer skinny scarf in the blue. I'm loving this yarn.

« Last Edit: December 01, 2008 04:30:42 PM by sarahmakes » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2013 09:41:38 AM »

I am going to try this.  It looks like a great item for donating as the season cools.  Thanks
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« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2013 12:08:19 PM »

looks nice and cozy! Grin

Thanks for sharing your pattern Kiss

« Reply #3 on: October 14, 2013 09:10:57 AM »

Super cute scarf! I have one small question about the pattern. It all makes great sense except for this:

Row 2: (count ch 1 as first stitch) hdc in each stitch across; ch 1 and turn

If I'm counting the chain 1 as the first stitch, am I skipping the first stitch on the row and working my first stitch into the second stitch?

Other than that question, I think the pattern is great. I love seeing people come up with quick stuff like this. Perfect for around the holidays when I realize I've forgotten that one person.


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