Wednesday, August 12
Badiane Scarf to Crochet
The standard turning chains normally used in crochet have been elongated to form a loop edging along the sides of the scarf.
I made my sample with Knit Picks Gloss Fingering weight yarn that was dyed by Jamie in a seaglass colorway. Fitting that she also named the scarf. LOL!
You need about 300 yards of fingering weight yarn and a size G (4 mm) crochet hook for this project. My scarf measured 64.5" long x 5" wide and blocked to 86" long x 5/75" wide. How much it grows depends on if you used a blockable fiber and how severely you block.
Make the scarf as long or short as you like. Seam the ends together if you would rather have a cowl type scarf.
The 3 page pattern has written instructions and a crochet chart. The pattern is available as a pdf download through my Ravelry pattern store for $3.00. I'm donating all proceeds from this pattern to the Mercy Corp.
Pattern prices subject to change without notice. Check my Ravelry Store for current pattern prices.