The Winter Woods Scarf is a modern chunky scarf with fun tassels at each end. Wintry tweed is blended with cool icy blue and snowy white to celebrate the winter landscape. Worked up in an easy peasy lace stitch, it is a super fast project too!
Need a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too!
By Jennifer Dickerson
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- 9.0 mm crochet hook
- Tapestry Needle
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- 8 inches wide
- 55 - 60 inches long
- Tassels are each 4 inches long
Abbreviations and Tutorial Links:
Row 1: In the 5th chain from the hook, work (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the same chain. Skip two chains and work (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next chain, skip the next two chains and work (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in the next chain, then one dc in the last chain.
Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. Work (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in each of the chain 2 spaces from the previous row (center of each V). Work a dc in the turning chain space.
Repeat row 1 until cowl measures about 32 inches or until you run out of yarn. Be sure to save a small amount of yarn at the end to sew on the three buttons.
Finishing & Assembly:
Weave in all ends with the tapestry needle. Add three tassels to either end of your scarf for a total of 6 tassels. To make a tassel cut two pieces of yarn, each 12 inches long and set aside. Wrap yarn around all four fingers 12 times to create a small "bundle". Tie one strand of cut yarn at the top of the bundle and knot securely. Tie the other cut strand around the top 1/3 of the bundle and knot securely. If any of the ends look wild or are sticking out. Thread with a tapestry needle and tuck them into the band that goes around the tassel. Tie to the ends of your scarf and weave ends in through the middle of the tassel. Repeat this process for a total of 6 tassels (3 at each end). NOTE: If you have never made a tassel, I strongly recommend watching the video tutorial (the tassel part begins at the 17:05 part of the video).
© Jennifer Dickerson 2017
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