Tuesday, May 6, 2014

VIDEO: Flat Bobble Shell Crochet Scarf with Stitch Pattern

Flat Bobble Shell Crochet Scarf

Flat Bobble Shell Scarf/Stitch Pattern

(Written instructions, Row 3, corrected 5/27/14)

This is a beautiful crochet lace stitch pattern. It's made using a flat Bobble Shell stitch pattern. It's not a traditional bobble. This one is flat but it has great texture. I like to do patterns that are easy enough for a beginner and is something different they can try. It's also great for someone who is experienced.  

You will be alternating between doing a row of Bobble shells and a row of a group of 3 double crochets. It's that easy. 

FOR THE SCARF..continue on for as long as you want your scarf to be. 

Hook size: I
Use a multiple of 4 + 3 chains.
Swatch: 11 inches high and did 14 rows = 1 1/4 rows per inch
Chaining 23 gives you a width of 7 inches = 3 1/4 sts per in

Bobble Shell = (Bobble, chain 3, Bobble) all in same stitch
YO = Yarn Over
TCH = the turning chain
Bobble (all in the same stitch): Insert hook in indicated stitch, YO pull through. YO and Pull through 2 loops. Repeat 2 more times then YO and pull through all 4 loops.

Use a multiple of 4 + 3 chains.
chain 23
Row 1: Do 1dc in 4th chain from the hook. Do 1dc in each of the next 2 chains, *chain 1, skip 1, 1dc in each of the next 3 chains *repeat to last chain and do 1dc in it.

NOTES: As you can see...you have groupings of 3dc's. You are doing a Bobble Shell in the center dc of each of those groupings. The exact instructions are written out. You are ending with 1dc in the TCH.

Row 2: Chain 3 (counts as first here and throughout. Skip 1st dc, Do (Bobble, ch3, Bobble) in next stitch *Skip 2dc, do Bobble shell in next dc * repeat to last 2dc and do 1dc into TCH

Row 3: Chain 3, Do 3dc into 1st ch3sp. *chain 1, 3dc into next ch3sp * repeat to last 2dc and do 1dc into TCH

Repeat rows 2 and 3

Let me know if you  have any questions about the pattern.

Again, the video on this pattern it can be found here.
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You can use this pattern as you wish.


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