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I wanted to make a quick scarf a few weeks ago, using the Lion Brand “Scarfie” yarn. I came up with this pattern and I am very pleased with how it turned out. It uses the lovely “Suzette” stitch and it really feels nice and the texture is great!
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“Breath of Spring” Shawl
Crochet Shawl Pattern
Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
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Skill Level: Easy/Beginner
Size: One Size
– 1 Skein (5.3 oz/312 yds) Lion Brand “Scarfie” yarn in Coral
– Size H (5.00 mm) Crochet Hook
– Tape Measure
– Yarn Needle
42 inches long x 8 inches wide
Stitches Used in Pattern:
– ch = chain
– sc = single crochet
– dc = double crochet
– cluster = grouping of 1 sc and 1 dc in same stitch
With “H” Hook and Scarfie Yarn, Ch 24.
Check out my Video Tutorial on how to work the “Suzette” Stitch!!
Row 1: Sc in first stitch, dc in same first stitch. (This forms what I call a “cluster”. *Skip 1 st. Sc and dc in next stitch.* Repeat from * to * to end of row. The last cluster of sc, dc will be in the last stitch of the row. Ch 1. (24 st)
Row 2: *Skip first stitch (this is a dc), sc in second stitch (this is a sc), dc in the same stitch.*. Repeat from * to * to end of row. The last cluster of sc, dc will be in the last stitch of the row. Ch 1. Turn. (24 st)
Row 3 – 93: Repeat Row 2.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
These are a variation of the usual tassel, which creates a new and fun look.
– Cut 11 14-inch lengths of yarn.
– Cut 6 15-inch lengths of yarn
– Using the crochet hook, pull 1 set of 11 lengths of yarn through first stitch , another set through the 12th stitch and another set through the 24th stitch on one end of the scarf. Repeat this on the other end of the scarf.
– Using 1 15-inch length of yarn for each tassel, wind around the yarn set about 1 inch from the end of the scarf. (Wind around about 3 times.). Tie off. Trim all ends evenly.
Repeat for the other 5 tassels.
Finished! Enjoy your new scarf!
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