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Jana's Scarf

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I just finished making a scarf for the foreign exchange student that is staying with my sister.

I wanted to share the pattern with all of you.

Enjoy

 

http://thenotsowildlife.blogspot.com/2012/02/janas-scarf-free-pattern.html

 

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Jana's Scarf

 

 

Type- Crochet

Difficulty- advanced beginner to intermediate

 

 

 

 

Material's needed

3 colors of red heart or any other WW yarn. I used Black,Red and Gold (though Yellow is often substituted in the German colors)

I hook

 

 

 

 

Terms used-

DC- double crochet

FPDC- front post double crochet

BPDC- back post double crochet

SK- skip

ST- stitch

SP- space

SL ST- slip stitch

CH- chain

 

 

 

 

Special instructions- Each row is began with a ch3 which is ALWAYS your first dc

FAN- 5 dc in the same st

V ST - dc,ch1,dc in same st

Half fan- 3 dc in same st

 

 

Color changes will occur after every 3 rows with the exception of first and last 4 fpdc/bpdc rows

 

 

With BLACK ch 27

Row 1- 25 dc across

Row 2- alternate fpdc and bpdc across

Row 3- alternate bpdc and fpdc across

Row 4- alternate fpdc and bpdc across

Color change RED

Row 5- half fan in first st,* sk 3 st,V st in next st, sk 3 st, fan in next st repeat from * end with a half fan

Row 6- V st in first st,* fan in ch 1 sp, V st in 3rd dc of fan repeat from * end in Vst

Row 7- sl st (loosely) in ch1 sp,half fan in ch 1 sp,* V st in 3rd dc of fan,fan in ch 1 sp repeat from * end in half fan

Color change GOLD

Row 8 to ? (however long you wish to make the scarf) Repeat rows 6&7

Don't forget to color change after every 3 rows

Last 4 rows- dc across making 25 dc. Depending on which row you end on you will need to add 2 or 3 dc at some point across this row. Inside a ch1 space works well for me.

Work 3 rows of alternating fpdc and bpdc like you did for rows 2,3 and 4

Finish off and weave in all ends

 

 

 

 

As always feel free to ask any questions or leave any comments or suggestions.

 

I would love to see your finished scarves and color choices.

Edited by AbbyNormal

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Thanks for sharing the pattern! It sounds really pretty. No pic? I'm putting it on my "new pattern" list as one of the next few ones to make. :hook

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I just edited the post to add things I forgot the first time. LIKE THE PATTERN!!! hahahaha

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The color looks pinkish but trust me...it is VERY red.

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I just edited the post to add things I forgot the first time. LIKE THE PATTERN!!! hahahaha

Thanks! :lol It's very pretty!

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great pattern. Lucky kid:)

~Suellen~

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Hi Abby,

It’s really pretty. Also thanks for sharing the procedure. Wish I could knit like this. (I am kind of bad at knitting. Every time I start something and by the time I finish it ends up as something else. Lol…) :)

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I really like your scarf. Thank you for sharing the pattern.

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Hi Abby,

It’s really pretty. Also thanks for sharing the procedure. Wish I could knit like this. (I am kind of bad at knitting. Every time I start something and by the time I finish it ends up as something else. Lol…) :)

This is a crochet scarf, it is not knit. Perhaps you can make it.

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