Wednesday, February 26

Warp 2 Scarf to Crochet

This one crochets up fast and easy with two warped corners to give it a little special something. The scarf uses the traditional granny stitch but is worked in a continuous spiral after the first two joined rounds.

It is is worked in one piece from the center through the beaded fringe and side edging. Only two ends to weave in -- the beginning and ending yarn tail -- if you use a yarn with a long color run. You could also use magic knot to tie scraps together.

After blocking, my scarf measured 62" long (not including fringe), and 5.75" wide (8" wide at warped ends).

I used about 400 yards from1 skein of Noro Kureyon Sock yarn for this scarf. So along with sock/fingering weight yarn, you'll also need a size G (4 mm) crochet hook and 34 large-eye beads of charms for the chain fringe.

This pattern features written instructions and a crochet chart.

The 4 page patterns sells for $3.00. It is available as a download through my Ravelry store. Linky dinky is in the right column.

 Pattern prices subject to change without notice. Check my Ravelry Store for current pattern prices.


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