Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Crochet Video: Cumpled Griddle Crochet Scarf,

New Crochet Scarf


New Crumpled Griddle Crochet Scarf




This is a new pattern that I'm adding to the list of Winter scarfs and stitch patterns. This is a very simple but interesting stitch pattern. Great for a beginner. I wanted to show you a swatch using 2 yarns so you can see the pattern it makes.  It gives a great texture. If you're a beginner it's something different then just using the same basic stitch over and over again. 

After Row 1 you will be doing a Double Crochet in each Double Crochet from the previous row. You will also be doing a Single Crochet in each Single Crochet from the previous row. If you don't have the instructions with you that's an easy way to remember what to do.


The Video on how to do it is at


If you need a video on how to do the turning chain click here http://youtu.be/diqWCOVGa3s

Skill Level: Beginner
Yarn used: All Caron 1 Pound  in Sage
Chain 19
Crochet Hook: I
Scarf Size: 6 inches by 56 inches

Gauge:
3.25 (3 1/4) stitches per inch
2.25 (2 1/4)rows per inch

Multiple of 2 + 3 chains are needed

Abbreviations:
* - *: Repeat the instructions between the astericks
ch = chain
SC = Single Crochet
DC = Double Crochet

PATTERN:
Row 1: Go into the 4th ch from hook (counts as 1st DC), *1SC in next chain, 1DC in the next chain* repeat between * and * til the end of the row.

Row 2: Chain 3 (counts as 1st DC) *1SC in the next stitch, do 1DC into the next stitch. * repeat between * and * til the end of the row, ending in the turning chain
Rep row 2

Let me know if you have any questions by leaving a message on youtube. at the link under the photo at the top of the screen.
Thanks so much! I hope you give it a try sometime.
Heather



2 comments:

  1. when you go into the 4th chain from hook are you single crocheting or doing a double crochet?

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  2. For the pattern you are alternating between DC's and SC's. The beginning chain 4 (from Row 1) is the first Double Crochet then repeat the instructions (alternating between) 1SC in the next stitch, 1 DC in the next stitch. Let me know if you have any other questions. Heather

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