Showing posts with label Scarf. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Scarf. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Crochet Scarf Haileah





Crochet Scarf Haileah

Written by Teresa Richardson
+Crochet Geek 


Video Tutorial:  


Video Tutorial: 

Skill Level - Easy

Abbreviations
DC - Double Crochet
SC - Single Crochet
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch


Materials
Size H/5 mm crochet hook
4 ply yarn - 9-14 WPI 

2 Skeins 249yds/227meters - Colors of your choice
Tapestry Needle


The combination of stitches used in this pattern will be a single crochet and double crochet in the same stitch. They will be worked in top of the double crochet on the previous row.

Row 1: Work a chain of 25, 1 SC in each chain across for a total of 24 single crochet 
OR
foundation single crochet of 24. Turn (24 single crochet)

I chose not to work a chain 1 on the edge to turn.  This is to make a neater, tighter edge.  The pattern will still work if you prefer the chain 1.  

Row 2: Work 1 SC, 1 DC in the same stitch, skip a stitch, work 1 SC, 1DC in the next stitch, Continue across the row. Turn  (12 sets of SC, DC combination.
Row 3 - 110: Work 1 SC, 1 DC in the same stitch, top of the DC, work 1 SC, 1DC in the next stitch, in top of the double crochet, Continue across the row. Turn  (12 sets of SC, DC combination.

Row 111: Work 1 SC in each stitch across.  (24 single crochet)

Each end has a single crochet foundation.  This is so we can attach the contrasting color at each end and continue with the SC-DC combination.

End Rows - Work on Both Ends

Row 1: Work 1 SC, 1 DC in the same stitch, skip a stitch, work 1 SC, 1DC in the next stitch, Continue across the row. Turn  (12 sets of SC, DC combination.
Row 3 - 14: Work 1 SC, 1 DC in the same stitch, top of the DC, work 1 SC, 1DC in the next stitch, in top of the double crochet, Continue across the row. Turn  (12 sets of SC, DC combination.

Flower Primus
Chain 5, join
Round 1: Work 12 Double Crochet through the chain. This is working around the chain.  Join with the beginning stitch.
Round 2: Work a single crochet around the post of the previous double crochet. *Chain 3, skip a stitch, Work a single crochet around the post of the next stitch.  Continue around from *.  There will be a total of 6 chain 3 loops.
Round 3: *Work 7 DC through the chain,  SC in the next stitch(single crochet on previous round), continue around from *, join with the beginning stitch.  (6 petals with 7 double crochet in each petal)
Round 4: *Work 2 SC in the first stitch, work 2 DC in each of the next 5 stitches, 1 SC in the next stitch , slip stitch between continue around from *, join with the beginning stitch. (6 petals with SC at beginning and end of the petal, 10 double crochet between)



Reference Data


If you are a beginner, you can find a playlist for the basic crochet stitches by clicking on this link.  Beginner Crochet Stitches

Crochet Geek YouTube -http://www.youtube.com/user/tjw1963

Crochet Geek 2 YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/crochet




Monday, April 15, 2013

Crochet Infinity Scarf - Aquatic Blossom







Crochet Infinity Scarf - Aquatic Blossom

Written by Teresa Richardson
+Crochet Geek Video Tutorial:  Infinity Scarf - Aquatic Blossom


Video Tutorial: Infinity Scarf - Aquatic Blossom Left Hand

Skill Level - Easy

Abbreviations
TC - Triple Crochet
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch

YO - Yarn Over
Joint - I will be referring the joined section of the chain and triple crochet as a joint

Materials
Size K crochet hook - This stitch will work with different size crochet hooks
4 ply yarn - 300+ meters each skein
Tapestry Needle




Foundation
Chain 5, triple crochet in the first chain,  *Chain 5, work a triple crochet in the top of the previous TC- triple crochet.  Continue around from* for length.  Join with slip stitch to the first stitch.  You will want to make sure your foundation is not twisted before joining.  I worked 38 in the video tutorial.

Round 1:  Work a chain 4, triple crochet in the same joint as where you joined, YO, pull through 2, YO pull through two. Leave the last two loops on the hook. Skip over the horizontal triple crochet, work a triple crochet in the next joint,YO, pull through 2, YO pull through two, Leave the last three loops on the hook. Work in the same joint, YO, pull through 2, YO pull through two, Leave the last four loops on the hook, wrap the yarn over and pull through all four loops.  

Work a chain 5, triple crochet in the same joint , YO, pull through 2, YO pull through two. Leave the last two loops on the hook. This is a horizontal stitch.  Work 2 TC in the base of the joint (YO, pull through 2, YO pull through 2, twice), leaving the last loops on the hook of each stitch, there will be four loops on the hook.  In the next joint, Work 2 TC in the base of the next joint(YO, pull through 2, YO pull through 2, twice), leaving the last loop on the hook of each stitch, there will be six loops on the hook. Wrap the yarn over, pull through all 6 loops.  Repeat from * around to the beginning.  Chain 5, TC in the same space, join with the beginning stitch.

You will repeat round 1 for the length or width.







Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Crochet Freedom Scarf




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

This chart is a variation


Crochet Freedom Scarf

If you are a beginner, you can find a playlist for the basic crochet stitches by clicking on this link.  Beginner Crochet Stitches




Crochet Geek 2 YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/crochet



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.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

How to Crochet a Shell Winter Scarf



Shell Crochet Winter Scarf

Skill Level: Easy, Beginner


This scarf matches the crochet shell hat

Video Tutorial: Crochet Shell Scarf

Written by Teresa Richardson


Abbreviations
SH = Shell
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SC = Single Crochet

Size I crochet hook
4-Ply Medium Worsted Weight Yarn - 2 -6 ounce Skeins

It may take 3-4 hours to complete this scarf depending on your experience with crochet. If it takes you longer, that is completely alright. There is no need to rush.

The Scarf is approximately 7.5" wide

Multiple 6+2

Chain 20 -
This will give you 3 shells.
Chain 26 - this will give you 4 shells

Row 1:
SC in the next CH from the hook, *skip 2 chains and do 5 DC in the next CH, skip 2 chains and do a single crochet in the next CH. Repeat from * for a total of 4 times. (you will have 4 full shells)

Row 2: CH 3 turn, do 2 more DC in the same SC. This will count as half of a shell. *SC in the third DC of the shell, 5 DC in the next SC. Repeat from * 3 times total. SC in the third DC of the shell, 3 DC in the last SC for half of a shell. ( you will have 3 full shells and 2 half shell on each end)

Row 3: CH 1, turn, SC in the top of the last DC, *5 DC in the next SC, SC in the third DC of the shell. Repeat for a total of 4 times from *, SC in the third DC of the shell.(you will have 4 full shells this row)

Repeat Rows 2 and 3 for the remaining length of the scarf.

Finishing:
The starting and finishing ends will vary somewhat. It is up to you in how you want to finish the edges so I am giving you some ideas in how to cover up the different edges.


  1. Crochet a shell edging over the starting chain so both ends are wavy.

  2. Continue on around the scarf evenly placing shells on both sides and covering up the foundation chain end.

  3. Crochet SC, HDC, DC HDC, SC in the valley of the shell. The staggered stitch heights will help create a flat edge. With this technique, you may want to do a single crochet edging all the way around after filling in the valley's of the shells.

  4. Add fringe.


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