Crochet Freedom Scarf




This chart is the same as the video tutorial and written instructions.

This chart is a variation


Crochet Freedom Scarf

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Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial:  Crochet Freedom Scarf

Skill Level - Easy

Multiple - 4

Abbreviations
DC - Double Crochet
HDC - Half Double Crochet
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch

Materials
Size I/5.5 mm crochet hook
4 ply yarn
Tapestry Needle

Work a chain of 26
Row 1: Skip the first chain work a double crochet in the next stitch. *Skip a chain, work 3 double crochet in the next chain.  Skip 1 chain, work 1 DC in the next chain. Continue across from *. Turn 

Row 2: Work a chain 1, this will not count as a stitch.  It is the step up to the next row.  Work 2 Double Crochet in the first stitch, Work 1 DC in the second stitch of next 3 stitches. *Work 3 DC in the next stitch. Work 1 DC in the second stitch of next 3 stitches. Continue across from *.  Work 2 DC in the last stitch. Turn.

Row 3: Work a chain 1, this will not count as a stitch.  It is the step up to the next row.  Work 1 DC in the same stitch, work 3 DC in the next stitch, *Work 1 DC in the second stitch(center) of next 3 stitches.  Work 3 DC in the next stitch. Continue across from *. Work 1 DC in the last stitch.

You will continue for the length repeating rows 2 and 3.

Comments

  1. I love this stitch. Can you make a blanket from it?

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  2. I've been looking for a fun scarf tutorial - all I can make are baby hats, because it's easy to keep going around in circles :)

    Thanks!

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  3. I love this... I started it last night ans i cant put it down :o) thanks!!

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  4. Hi Teresa,
    I think your chart does not match your instructions. The chart shows a 3 dc in the middle of the previous row 3 dc, but in the video you only put 1. Then in the previous row individual dc, you cluster 3. Am I reading the chart all wrong? I am not good at them.

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  5. I agree with anonymous...it does not seem as if the chart matches the instructions on the video.

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  6. It looks like there's two variations of the stitch pattern. One has the 3 dcs in the middle of the previous row 3 dc (the second chart), while the other has the 3 dcs in the individual one (the first chart).

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  7. I love this pattern and am working on a poncho type thing with it. I think your multiple that you list is wrong though. You state a multiple of four, but in your pattern you say to crochet a beginning chain of 26. 26 isn't a multiple of 4. It should be a multiple of 4 + 2. My beginning chain was 122 and it worked out nicely following your pattern. Have a great day and keep the patterns and inspiration coming!!!

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  8. I've just finished to creat a scarf from the first pattern, added flowers at both ends... came out wonderful...

    And n genral - thank you for these posts - the combination of videos and patterns is great!

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  9. I just finished my first ever crochet project using this pattern! Thanks so much!

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