Bub­ble-Wrap Scarf

Crochet! - - Contents - DE­SIGN BY NANETTE M. SEA LE

FIN­ISHED MEA­SURE­MENTS

6 inches wide x 65 inches long

MA­TE­RI­ALS

• Lion Brand Yarn Unique bulky (chunky) weight acrylic yarn ( 31/2 oz/ 109 yds/ 100g per ball):

3 balls # 203 pas­sion fruit • Size J/ 10/ 6mm cro­chet hook or size

needed to ob­tain gauge • Ta­pes­try nee­dle

GAUGE

In pat­tern: [Ch 2, shell] twice = 4 inches; rows 2–5 = 21/2 inches

PAT­TERN NOTES

Weave in loose ends as work pro­gresses. Chain- 4 at be­gin­ning of row counts as first dou­ble cro­chet and chain- 1 un­less oth­er­wise stated.

SPE­CIAL STITCHES

Dou­ble cro­chet clus­ter ( dc cl): Hold­ing back last lp of each dc on hook, 2 dc in st in­di­cated, yo, draw through all 3 lps on hook. Shell: ( Dc cl— see Spe­cial Stitches, [ch 1, dc cl] twice) in in­di­cated sp. V- stitch ( V- st): ( Dc cl, ch 4, dc cl) in in­di­cated sp. Be­gin­ning dou­ble cro­chet clus­ter ( beg dc cl): Ch 2, dc in in­di­cated sp.

SCARF

Row 1: Ch 21, sc in 2nd ch from hook, * ch 4, sk next 4 chs, sc in next ch**, ch 2, sk next ch, sc in next ch, rep from * across, end­ing last rep at **, turn. ( 6 sc, 2 ch- 2 sps, 3 ch- 4 sps) Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first sc, * shell ( see Spe­cial Stitches) in next ch- 4 sp, ch 1**, sc in next ch- 2 sp, rep from * across, end­ing last rep at **, sc in last sc, turn. ( 3 shells, 4 sc) Row 3: Ch 4 ( see Pat­tern Notes), dc cl in first sc, [ch 2, V-st— see Spe­cial Stitches) in next sc] twice, ch 2, (dc cl, ch 1, dc) in last sc, turn. ( 2 dc, 2 V- sts, 2 ch- 1 sps, 3 ch- 2 sps) Row 4: ( Beg dc cl— see Spe­cial Stitches, ch 1, dc cl) in first ch- 1 sp, [ch 1, sc in next ch- 2 sp, shell in ch- 4 sp of next V- st] twice, ch 1, sc in next ch- 2 sp, (dc cl, ch 1, dc cl) in last ch- 1 sp, turn. ( 4 dc cls, 3 sc, 2 shells) Row 5: Ch 1, sc in first dc, ch 1, V- st in next sc, [ch 2, V- st in next sc] twice, ch 1, sc in last dc, turn. ( 2 sc, 3 V- sts, 2 ch- 2 sps, 3 ch- 4 sps) Rows 6–101: [ Rep rows 2– 5] 24 times. Rows 102 & 103: Rep rows 2 and 3. At end of last row, fas­ten off.

Shells, clus­ters and V-stitches worked in bulky-weight yarn cre­ate vis­ual in­ter­est and cozy warmth in this vi­brant scarf.

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