Friday, February 21, 2014

Free Crochet Pattern...Tulip Tree Scarf!


The Tulip Tree Scarf is a lacy scarf crocheted lengthwise in luxurious variegated yarn.  Pretty fans are easy to work up using the double crochet stitch!


Materials:
  • 1 Skein Araucania Toconao Multy (139 yards) Note: If you would like to substitute yarn, select a yarn that recommends a J crochet hook.  It will also help to work up a little swatch to be sure you like the way it looks, especially when selecting variegated yarn.
  • J (6.0 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle

Sizing As Shown:
  • 4.5 Inches Wide
  • 56 Inches Long
  • Note: If different dimensions are desired, see below for information about multiples and row repeats.


Instructions:

Click here for a helpful photo tutorial + video on how to work the double crochet stitch.

Ch 147 (If a different length is desired, use a multiple of 4+3)


Row 1: Work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc in the 5th ch from the hook.  *Skip 3 ch, then work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in the next ch* Rpt from * to last 2 ch. Skip 1 ch, then dc in last ch.


Row 2: Chain 3 and turn. Work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in the center of each fan (ch 1 space from previous row, see photo below.  Work a dc in the t-ch (turning chain) space.



Repeat row to until scarf is desired width.  Scarf shown is a total of 7 rows (including row 1).



Finishing:

Weave in any ends and you're finished!


© Jennifer Dickerson 2014
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22 comments:

  1. Love this pattern and your colors!! TY!

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  2. Hi, lovely scarf. I just checked and this yarn has been discontinued. It seems like Araucania does that a lot:(.

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    1. I think you're right, such a shame, it is really pretty stuff. If you need to substitute, you can do so with any yarn that recommends a J hook on the yarn label. :)

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  3. It is a beautiful stitch.
    thanks,
    Meredith

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    1. Thank you and special thanks for sharing too!

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  5. I try this just yesterday. Can I send a photo to see if its ok?

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    1. Thanks Maggie, the giveaway was so much fun. :)

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  7. I love your blog and your patterns..you do beautiful work..would you explain to me what it means in a pattern that you can increase by using multiples..like in this pattern..use a multiple of 4+3..Thanks

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    1. Thanks so much for your kind comment. For multiples, should you need to change the length, you would make your starting chain and multiples of 4, then add 3 to it. For example, you could do 4+4+4+4+4+4, then add three. Or 4+4+4+4, and then add three to that, etc. This allows you to customize the length of your scarf, but keep the correct starting chain and stitch sequence. I hope that helps, please let me know if you have any other questions. :)

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  8. Another wonderful piece ! Thanks for sharing these marvelous creations with us !

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    1. Thanks so much, you are very kind. :)

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  9. This pattern is just gorgeous. Is there a reason you chose not to load this one onto Ravelry? I'd love to add it to my queue!

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  10. very easy and love to make a side to side ;)

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