Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Starry Forest Scarf, Free Crochet Pattern + Video


The Starry Forest Scarf is a beautifully textured elegant scarf that makes a cozy gift.  The cluster V stitch makes a gorgeous lace look, while still having some lofty warmth.  This scarf is made with one big yarn cake, so all of the lovely striping is done for you!

Want a little help? There's a full video tutorial below too! 

Starry Forest Scarf
By Jennifer Dickerson

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Materials:


Finished Sizing:
  • 10 inches wide
  • 30 inches long


Instructions:


Note: If you have never done this stitch, be sure to check out the video, where I walk you through step by step!


Also, because of the number of steps involved for this stitch, I've divided each step as a bullet point.


Row 1: 
  • Begin in the 5th chain from the hook.
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring up a loop (3 loops on the hook). 
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring it through the first two loops on the hook (2 loops on the hook).
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring up a loop from that same chain (4 loops on the hook).
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring it through the first two loop on the hook (3 loops on the hook).
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring it through all three loops.
  • Chain 2
  • Then working into that same chain, wrap yarn around hook, bring up a loop (three loops on the hook).
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring it through the first two loops (two loops on the hook).
  • Wrap yarn around hook and go back into the same chain and bring up a loop (4 loops on the hook).
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring it through the first two loops (3 loops on the hook)
  • Wrap yarn around hook and bring it through all three loops.
  • Skip two chains and then repeat steps 2-12.
  • Repeat across, working steps 2-12 until one chain remains.
  • Work a dc into the last chain.

Row 2:
  • Ch 3 and turn.
  • Working into the chain 2 spaces from the previous row, repeat steps for the cluster v stitch from row 1 (instead of working into the chains, you'll work into the chain 2 spaces all the way across).
  • To finish off the row, work a dc into the topmost chain of the turning chain from the previous row,
  • Repeat row 2 for desired height.

Weave in any ends that remain and you're finished!



© Jennifer Dickerson 2020

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