Saturday, January 30, 2016

Dragon Slayer Scarf


 This Pattern was originally posted on Crochetvolution which is no longer operational. I will be moving the patterns over to my blog so you can continue to use the free patterns
Difficulty: Easy to intermediate

With my move to a colder climate draws nearer I have started a collection of scarves, and just warmer things in general. I wanted a scarf that was thick and cozy, but had a lacey look to it at the same time. This pattern is what resulted. The things that I love about this scarf are that you determine the length of the scarf in the first row, and that it is worked horizontally not vertically. The other thing that I like is that it is only three rows, so it is really easy to work up. 

One size
Model size is 6 in by 60 in.


Lion Brand:  Homespun yarn 1 skein
Bulky 5

Hook: K/ 10.5 (6.5mm)

Not really necessary for this pattern.

            To complete the scarf you will make rows 1- 3, then you will turn the scarf over and repeat rows 2 and 3.
Special stitches:
Picot: Ch 4, sl st in st just made.

Row 1: Ch 9, join with sl st in 1st ch to make a loop, ch 3, make 8 dc in loop, *ch 9, sl st into last dc made, ch 2, sl st in loop with last dc (the first loop), turn so that string ends up in front of work, 9 dc in new loop* continue repeating *to* till you have your desired length and your end loops are facing opposite directions.

Row 2: Ch 5(counts as first dc and ch 2), turn, [dc in next dc, ch 2] five times, dc in next dc, sc in ch loop, [dc in next dc, ch 2] 6 times, dc om next dc, sc in ch loop,* repeat *to*  till the end of the row sl into first dc of row one.

Row 3: Ch 1, turn, *sc in sc,* [sc in next dc, picot, sc in next ch space] 6 times, sc in next dc, and sc in next sc*, repeat *to * till end of the row. Finish Off.

Turn scarf over and repeat rows 2 and 3 on the other side of the loops. Finish off and weave in all ends.  

1 comment:

  1. hello julia...a very lovely pattern...i like the length at 60" to wrap around the neck with enough length to really showcase the scarf pattern...thank you for sharing...take care...sally