Sunday, September 16, 2007

Hunter's Warm and Comfy Scarf

Pic coming soon!

Hunter's warm and comfy scarf
June 2002

Need:
Worsted weight yarn
K hook

fpdc: (front post double crochet): yarn over, insert hook around post of next stitch, from right to left, yarn over and complete as a usual dc.
(left to right for lefties)

Row 1: Ch 36, sc in second stitch from hook till end. Ch 2, turn. (35 sc)

Row 2: (the ch 2 above is hdsc now and throughout); *Fpdc arond next sc, dc in next sc, * repeat till end, hdc in last st. Ch 2, turn.

Row 3: *dc in fpdc, fpdc in next dc,*rep till last st. Hdc in last st. ch 2, turn.

Row 4: *fpdc in dc, dc in fpdc, * repeat till the end, hdc in last st. ch 2, turn.

Rep rows 3 and 4 till you have the length you want, I added frindges to the short ends.
When you get the length you want, do a sc row at the end and fasten off.

One of my husband's students, loved Hunter's scarf and we gave it to him and I didn't get a picture of it first.

5 comments:

Krista said...
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tamm said...

Awesome pattern! It works up so nice! Thanks for sharing it on Ravelry!

russm313 said...

I understood them fine and am making this scarf now! Thank you for taking the time to post this!

Racherl Parrott said...

This pattern works up really nice. Quick too. Started at noon. Done around 5:30. Spft and squishy and oh so warm! Thanks for posting this.

Unknown said...

I find the pattern really easy to follow. I'm making it right now :)