The Short Chevron Scarf

I love big bulky scarfs. They are so warm and are perfect to help keep that wind off your face.  I had intended for this to be a long scarf……however I lost a game of ‘yarn chicken’ and couldnt find the same dye lot.  So here we have it. The Short Chevron Scarf.  and to be perfectly honest I kinda love the way it turned out!  I have always done the traditional long scarves that are wrapped around my neck several times. …..but this tying the scarf I think is really cute!

This Short Chevron Scarf is a quick repeating pattern that does not require you to work into a chain stitch but rather has you do a work a Foundation Single Crochet stitch which is so much easier!

Special Stitches:

FSC – Foundation Single Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
MDC – YO, insert hook in st, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 1 loop, YO and pull through remaing 2 loops

Stitches:

sk st – skip stitch
st (s)- Stitch(es)
YO – Yarn Over
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
*FPDC – Front Post Double Crochet

Materials:

Loops and Thread Impeccable
6.00m/J hook
Embroidery Needle

Color Changes:

Work rows in even numbers, the Gold is 8 rows, Dark Purple is 6 rows and Light Purple is 4 rows

Note:

*if you don’t like working post stitches you can still make this scarf!  Just work the stitch in the top of the previous row instead of around it!

Short Chevron Scarf

FSC working in multiples of 11 + 10

R1. CH1, turn, SC in next 2 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC, *SC in next 5 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC; repeat from * across, SC in next 2 sts.  CH2, Turn.

R2. sk first st, FPDC around each of the next 3 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp, *FPDC around each of the next 4 sts, CH1, sk next 3 sts, FPDC around each of the next 4 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp; repeat from * across, FPDC around next 3 sts, sk next st, DC in last st.  CH2, Turn.

Repeat R2 until desired is reached

Copyright KatiDCreations, 2016.  Please dont republish any portion of this pattern.  You can grab a photo and share the link to this original post.  Feel free to gift, sell or donate any items made from this pattern.

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Chevron Scarf

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Here is a fun Chevron Scarf that is perfect for using up those of those small balls of yarn that you just don’t know what to do with but you cant bring yourself to get rid of them!  This colorful chevron scarf is so warm and has so much texture!  Once you get the first row done you will fly through this simple repeating pattern and have it completed in no time!

On the comical side of things….when my dad saw this latest project he asked if I was trying to show off how many colors I had!  I had a good laugh!

Chevron Scarf - KatiDCreations.com

Materials:
6.00/J hook
Scrap yarn
(Hook size does not matter for this design. I know I mixed different brands of yarn when completing this project)

Gauge:
Not important for this pattern

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
YO – Yarn Over
st(s) – Stitch(es)
sk – Skip
BLO – Back Loop Only
RS – Right Side

Special Stitches:
MDC – Modified Double Crochet – YO, insert hook in indicated st, pull up loop, YO and pull through 2 loops, YO pull through 1 loop, YO pull through remaining 2 loops.
SSC – Standing Single Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
BPDC – Back Post Double Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
SDC – Standing Double Crochet – Tutorial by Moogly Blog
Invisible Join by Look at What I Made

Notes:
1. Pattern is worked in multiples of 10, scarf seen is 300 SSC long
2. Entire project is worked with the right side facing once you start the chevron stitching, so after reaching the end of the scarf you will finish off and not turn
3. Each color is only worked for 1 row, if you want to work it for more than 1 row then simply CH1 and turn and work Front Post Double Crochets

Basic Chevron Scarf

Foundation Row:.
Work desired amount of SSC to achieve the scarf length, CH1, turn

R1. (RS) SC in next 2 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC, SC in next 2 sts, *SC in next 2 sts, HDC, DC, MDC, CH2, MDC, DC, HDC, SC in next 2 sts; repeat from * across. Finish off.

R2. Join with SDC in first st, sk next st, BPDC around next 3 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp, *BPDC around next 4 sts, sk next 2 sts, BPDC around next 4 sts, (DC, CH2, DC) in CH2 sp; repeat from * across, BPDC around next 3 sts, sk next st, DC in last st. Finish off.

repeat R2 until desired width is reached

Final Chevron Row:
Join with SDC in first st, sk next st, BPDC around next 3 sts, work 2 DC in the CH2 sp, *BPDC around the next 4 sts, sk the next 2 sts, BPDC around the next 4 sts, work 2 DC in the CH2 sp; repeat from * across, BPDC around next 3 sts, sk next st, DC in last st. Finish off.

Edging:
RS facing, Join with SC in first st, working in BLO SC in each stitch across to corner, work 2 SC in corner, evenly work SC down the edge of scarf to corner, work 2 SC in corner, SC across the Foundation Row to corner, work 2 SC in corner, evenly work SC down the final edge of scarf, work 1 additional SC in the corner of the scarf.  Finish off and Invisible Join

Copyright KatiDCreations 2016.  Do not republish any portion of this pattern or photos or recreate it for your own publication.  Please feel free to share a photo and link back to this original design!

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Mystery CAL Blog Hop Scarf

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Mystery CAL Blog Hop ScarfI love how it is turning out and really cant wait until it is completed!  I chose the colors with my mother in mind and will be giving it to her for Mothers Day!  I am planning on making it just long enough to fit around her neck and use a few buttons to close it together making a light summer scarf.

It now my turn to share with you the next set of 5 rows for section #9 of this CAL Scarf Blog Hop, I have tried to keep the pattern simple and yet still allow for some beautiful design!

So on with the pattern!  If you are just discovering this fun project you can catch up on all the previous parts of the pattern HERE

Mystery CAL Scarf - KatiDCreations

For my materials I chose to use a size 2 steel hook and size10 Aunt Lydias Thread.

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
TR – Treble Crochet

Special Stitches:
MTR – Modified Treble Crochet – YO twice, insert hook into specified stitch, pull up a loop, YO, pull through 2 loops, YO pull through remaining 3 loops

Row 41: Ch1, Turn, SC in next 2 stitches, * SC, HDC, DC, MTR, TR, MTR, DC, HDC, SC*, Repeat from *to* across, SC in last 2 stitches

Change Color

Row 42: CH3, Turn, TR in next 3 stitches, MTR, DC, HDC, SC, HDC, DC, MTR, *TR in next 2 stitches, MTR, DC, HDC, SC, HDC, DC, MTR,* repeat from *to* across, TR in last 3 stitches

Row 43: Ch1, Turn, SC in next 2 stitches, * SC, HDC, DC, MTR, TR, MTR, DC, HDC, SC*, Repeat from *to* across, SC in last 2 stitches

Change Color

Row 44: Repeat row 42

Row 45: CH1, Turn, SC acrossMystery CAL Scarf - KatiDCreations

Your next stop will be Crochet for You on the 4/21 so make sure you check back here for the updated link!

You have almost made it to the end of this CAL!  Hope you have enjoyed it so far, don’t forget to share you photos with us at Ravery

Copyright KatiDCreations April 2015. Please do not copy any portion of this and repost.  You may grab a photo and link back.

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3rd Loop Striped Cowl

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There is such a wide variety of different stitches out there and have realized that I really only know a few (if im completely honest with myself).  So I have decided it was about time I expand my knowledge of crochet stitches, this is when I came across this fun looking stitch on Moogly Blog, I knew I had to give it a try.Straight Striped Cowl - KatiDCreations.com

 

The Third Loop Half Double Crochet, may sound really confusing.  But I assure you, with this amazing tutorial found Here at Moogly Blog you will soon be breezing through this super easy cowl!

And by super easy, I mean Really! Super! Easy! and did I mention you can customize this to any size?  Or Don’t make a cowl at all, but a scarf instead!  Or an Infinity Scarf!

You can also pretty much any type of yarn you would like to use!  I close to use some yarn I had on hand – Loops and Thread Impeccable for the Hansom Boy and Loops and Thread Woolike for the Lovely Little Miss.Straight Striped Cowl - KatiDCreations.com

So, how did I achieve such a beautiful cowl?  Let me tell you.

3rd Loop Striped Cowl

Materials:
Yarn of Choice
Hook of Choice

Stitches:
CH – Chain
HDC – Half Double Crochet

Special Stitches:
3rd Loop Half Double Crochet – Moogly Blog

Joining Circle - Not in the Base ChainIf you have issues joining the Chain and it twisting you can check out THIS tutorial for an alternative way.

With Main Color

CH desired length, join with Slip Stitch in first CH, CH1, HDC in same as joining and across. Join with Slip Stitch in the 3rd loop of first HDC

*CH1, HDC in same as joining and around. Join with Slip Stitch in the 3rd loop of first HDC*, repeat from *to* until desired width is reached.  Finish off and join with Invisible Join – Look At What I Made

Straight Striped Cowl - KatiDCreations.com

Copyright KatiDCreations, 2015.  Feel free to sell, gift or donate any items made from this pattern.  You may grab one photo and link back to this post.  Please don’t claim any portion of photos or pattern as your own.

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Unforgettable Broomstick Lace Shawl

This was my first time working with Red Hearts Unforgettable yarn, and it will not be my last!  It is so soft, beautiful and I L O V E the way the variegated yarn so slowly changes colors!  There is such a loose twist in the yarn that it almost has an ‘eye lash’ look.  I love the way the finished product looks and cant wait to start my next using this yarn! Broomstick Lace Shawl
I am calling this a Shawl instead of a Scarf because of the width of the item.  That being said, this is one of those patterns that you can modify with no problem; so, if you would prefer a narrower finished project simply start out by doing fewer chains.

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Materials:
4.5mm Hook
3.0mm Hook
50mm Knitting Needle
2 skeins of Red Heart Unforgettable
Broomstick Lace Shawl

Stitches:
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
Broomstick Lace – Photo Tutorial by KatiDCreations, or Video Tutorial by MooglyBlog

Unforgettable Broomstick Lace Shawl

With 4.5 mm
Row 1: CH56, SC in 2nd from hook and in each stitch across

Row 2: Working in the back loop only, pull up loops (55loops)

Row 3: Take off a loop, pull up a loop, CH1, and SC in loop, *take off 1 loop and SC in loop*, repeat from *to* across (55SC)

Row 4: CH2, Turn, DC across

Row 5: Working in the back loop only, pull up loops

Row 6: Take off a loop, pull up a loop, CH1, and SC in loop, *take off 1 loop and SC in loop*, repeat from *to* across

Repeat rows 4 – 6 until desired length is reached. (Make sure you leave a few yards to do the Edging)

Edging: CH1, Turn, SC across (short edge), using a 3.0mm crochet hook CH2, and SC in Broomstick Lace loop, *CH3, SC in DC, CH3, SC in Broomstick Lace*, repeat from *to* across, CH2, SC in end of first row of SC, Change back to 4.5 mm hook, SC in each of the Base Chain Stitches across, using 3.0mm hook, SC in end of row, CH2, SC in Broomstick Lace loop, *CH3, SC in DC, CH3, SC in Broomstick Lace loop*, repeat from *to* across, CH2. Join with slip stitch in first SC of Edging. Finish offBroomstick Lace Shawl

This is an original copyright design of KatiDCreations, 2015.  Feel free to grab a photo and link back to this original post.  Please don’t claim any part of this post or photos as your own.  You may sell, gift or donate any items made using this pattern!

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Lacy Cowl

This is a Lacy Crochet pattern review

I first saw this Infinity Scarf pattern by Lacy Crochet on Pintrest and fell in love!Lacy Cowl

This is a really quick pattern to work up as you repeat 2 rows for most of the entire pattern.  The pattern is originally designed to be an infinity scarf, however; at the time I found this my mom had been requesting a cowl!  So after reading over the pattern, I figured out that the stitch pattern was a 12 stitch repeat.  So as I added width to the pattern I made sure that I added in increments of 12 stitches.  I used Loops and Thread Impeccable for my daughters cowl with a K hook, used less than one skein.  Where for my mom’s I use Loops and Thread Charisma with a K hook, but it required 3 skeins.Lacy Cowl

Don’t forget, you can use whatever type of yarn suits you in whatever color you like best…. and whatever hook you prefer and make it as wide or narrow (simply + or -12) as you want!!SONY DSC

To close the cowl did not join the two ends together as instructed in the original pattern, but instead I picked out 4 buttons that were small enough to fit through the holes, but large enough to keep secure.  Sewed them to one size of the project and simply closed it by pushing the buttons through the opposite CH spaces to secure.  Lacy Cowl
So anyway, I love this pattern from Lacy Crochet and will definitely be keeping it in my to-go-to arsenal of patterns that work up quickly!, just in case (to date I have made 6 so far) 🙂Lacy Cowl
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