7 Ounces of Main Color
2 Ounces or more of contrasting color
Hook Size I
Darning Needle and sciccors.
To learn how to make this Stitch cick here --> hdc
POA Crochet Scarf Version
How to make a chain? * See note below
When Changing colors cut yarn and leave at least a 6 to 10 inch tail to weave.
This video is a Demostration of color change for this scarf. It is my first You Tube Video, lol!
With Main Color and Crochet Hook I (or size you prefer) Chain 30.
Beginning Row: hdc in second chain from hook and in each chain for a total of 29 hdc stitches. turn
Row 1 Chain 2 , count chain 2 as first hdc, hdc in each stitch across, for 29 stitches, turn
Row 2 - 21 Repeat Row 1
Row 22 Repeat Row 1 , but change colors in last hdc (** see note on how to change colors below)
Row 23-24 Repeat Row 1 with Contrasting Color, on Row 24 last hdc Change colors to Main color.
Row 25-27 Repeat Row 1 with Main color, On Row 27 Last hdc, Change Colors to Contrasting color.
Row 28-29 Repeat Row 1 with Contrasting Color, on Row 29 last hdc Change colors to Main color.
Keep repeating Rows 1-29 as much as you need to, Until it reaches about 56 inches, then finish with Row 1-22.
Weave the ends. Add fringe to your liking , short, long, every stitch , every other stitch, one or two strands. This is a personal touch. A picture should be posted of the scarf. I made two and forgot to take pictures.
* Start with a loop on the hook. Hook yarn and pull through. (One chain completed.)
** When ready to change to a different color, make your hdc in the old color on the last stitch, then, pull the new color through the three loops on the hook to complete that hdc or half double crochet. You can watch the video as well, if you are more of a visual person.
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