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Beginner Crochet Posy Scarf

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The best part about this free crochet pattern is that it's very easy to do! If you're a beginner crocheter, the posy scarf is the project for you. Colorful posies adorn this beautiful scarf to keep you cheery all through the winter.

Beginner Crochet Posy Scarf

Materials:

  • H crochet hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Caron International's Simply Soft 1 skein color #9727 Black;
  • Caron International's Simply Soft Brites--1 skein ea # 9604 Watermelon, #9606 Lemonade, #9607 Limelight, #9610 Grape and #9605 Mango;
     

Instructions:

STITCH:
Net stitch, flowers

SCARF BODY:

  1. Chain 35.
     
  2. Row 1: Turn. Ch 5. Skip 2 ch’s of base ch. *sc in next st, ch 5, skip next 3 ch’s* Repeat between *’s across, ending with sc.
     
  3. Row 2: Turn. Ch 5. *Sc over center (not through a stitch) of ch-5, skip next sc, ch 5.* Rep bet *’s across, ending with sc over the turning ch.
     
  4. Repeat Row 2 until piece meas 48”. End off

POSIES:
Make 5 each of the following 3 combinations:

  1. Flower 1: Color 1: Lemonade, Color 2: Mango, Color 3: Grape
  2. Flower 2: Color 1: Watermelon, Color 2: Lemonade, Color 3: Limelight
  3. Flower 3: Color 1: Mango, Color 2: Grape, Color 3: Watermelon

Use G hook.
Rnd 1: With color 1, ch 4; join with a sl st to form ring.
Rnd 2: Ch 4 (counts as sc + ch-2), in ring (dc, ch 2) 7 times; join with sl st in 2nd ch of beg ch-4 – 8 ch-2 sps.
Rnd 3: Change to color 2. In each dh-2 sp (sc, hdc, dc, hdc, sc); turn. (Next paragraph is the same as on the photocopy, but when it refers to the dc from Rnd 2, change to the sc from Rnd 2.
Rnd 4: Change to color 3. Sl st under first and last threads (incomplete V) just below last st from Rnd 3. (Ch 3, sl under next V) 7 times, ch 3, sl under first incomplete V a second time; turn.
Rnd 5: In each ch-3 lp (sc, hdc, dc, hdc, sc) around. End off.
 

FINISHING:
Scatter flowers along net and sew down randomly but evenly. Make 8” fringe across both ends.

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Dec 18, 2013

After you chain 35 for the foundations chain turn your work mark the last chain made with a different color thread,then chain 5 more and skip 2 of the stitches that were done before the colored thread and single crochet in the next stitch. So the foundation chain is 35 . You are then making a chain 5 after that which is actually the beginning vBulletin of the second row. Hope this helps!

 

Jul 20, 2013

Love how colors stand out in this scarf from the black background.

 

13 Ratings

Jul 20, 2013

like this one better the flowers pop out with the black background

 

May 26, 2013

After foundation chain 35.....you chain 5 more? Foes this mean chain 40 skip 2?

 

Nov 12, 2011

I don't understand what Round 3 means "(Next paragraph.........)" Could you please help me with this?

 

Aug 5, 2011

I love this scarf but I'm a beginner and very confused about what this means...(Next paragraph is the same as on the photocopy, but when it refers to the dc from Rnd 2, change to the sc from Rnd 2. I just dont see anywhere in the patter where this makes any sense. Thanks.

 

Apr 20, 2011

Super lindo!!!! Muchas gracias. Abrazos

 

Sep 26, 2010

My granddaughter and I love this scarf!! She is 8 years old and I am teaching her how to crochet,she picked her favorite colors of yarn to make the flowers and we can't to get started.Thank you so much for all the wonderful patterns!!

 

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