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Topic: 3 Scarves for Craft Hope (with semi-tuts)  (Read 1915 times)
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« on: January 28, 2010 03:34:07 PM »

If you guys donít know about Craft Hope, you should. Click here to learn about Craft Hope goodness! Itís a wonderful organization that hooks you up people who need your crafts! Itís great. Anyway, project 6 needs scarves (before 2.14.10), so I crocheted some! =D I even kept track of the patterns (sorta ^^;)  The patterns are mine, so donít pass them off as yours, but I donít really care if you sell stuff made from them. Theyíre pretty basic. Pictures and patterns!

Scarf #1

Any medium sized hook will work for this, I used a K.

Gauge isnít important.

Ch 28

Rows: Ch 2, turn. hdc in each stitch, but only through the back loop. (This causes the ribbing.)

Repeat this row about a million times until your scarf is long enough. (Mineís about 56″) Donít fasten off!

Finishing: start sc down the side of the scarf. When you get to the corners, sc twice in the same spot. Keep sc-ing around all the sides, then fasten off and weave in the ends. Done!


Scarf #2

This is really easy, just follow the pattern for Scarf #1 (but different basic stitches), but randomly throw in some stripes. In mine, all of the white sections are done in dc. The red stripes are various sc, dc, and tc. (Ch 1 for sc, 3 for dc, and 4 for tc before turning.) Thereís no rhyme or reason to the striping, just do what looks good! I backposted all of the rows, and finished the same as Scarf #1.


Scarf #3

Again, any medium hook size. Mine was M.

Gauge isnít important.

Everything in this scarf is backposted.

Ch 200ish in color 1 (as long as you want the scarf to be, mine was kinda really long o.0)

Rows 1-2: dc in each st. ch 3, turn

Row 3: dc in each st, fasten off

Row 4: start color 2, ch 3 and turn. dc in each st. fasten off

Row 5: start color 1 again, ch 1 and turn. SC in each st. fasten off

Row 6: repeat row 4.

Rows 7-9: repeat row 1-3 in color 1, fasten off.

weave in ends.

Sorry for the crappy pattern-writing skills ^^; please let me know what I can clear up for you.
(Is it illegal for me to tell you that all this is on my new baby blog too? =/ )
Thanks for looking! Comments and critiques please!
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2010 11:49:57 AM »

I did not know about Craft Hope--thank you.

And love the scarves! 

http://YouCraft.org ... free crafts classifieds
... with lots of cute things listed
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2010 11:22:59 PM »

great craft for a great cause. thanks for including the tut as well!

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