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Bright Blue Denim Scarf

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Go out for the night in this fabulous blue denim scarf. This free crochet pattern is made with a size 3 hook and is for the more advanced crocheter.  Though this one is showcased in a bright blue, you can make this scarf in any color you'd like...and it's a great scarf that you can wear with almost any outfit.  It easily transforms from season to season and the fun and unique pattern of this scarf will really help showcase your crochet skills.  Great for gift giving or keeping for yourself, this crocheted scarf is a must-have pattern to add to your collection.

Bright Blue Denim Scarf

Materials:

  • 6 balls Senso Denim (Article 750U) yarn in 1501
  • Size 3 crochet hook
  • Pattern

 

Pattern Stitches:

  • Cluster of 3 half double crochets: Work *yo, insert hook, yo and draw up a loop* (you now have 3 loops on the hook). Repeat twice more from * to *, always working into the same stitch (you now have 7 loops on the hook). Now yo and work off all the remaining loops from the hook.

 


16 Free Crochet Hat Patterns, Scarves, and Gloves
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Instructions:

  1. Work 76 chain stitches for a base chain.
     
  2. Continue as indicated in the chart (listed in materials list above) to the end of Row 24 = point B.
     
  3. Beginning with Row 25, work in mesh stitch to the end of Row 36.
     
  4. Beginning with Row 37, repeat the instructions in the chart from point A to point B. Repeat from point A to point B 3 more times.
     
  5. Beginning with Row 133 to the end of Row 144, again work in mesh stitch.
     
  6. From Row 145 to Row 168, repeat the instructions in the chart from point A to point B.
     
  7. Beginning with Row 169, finish off with 2 border rows. Fasten off.
     
  8. Press lightly on the wrong side using a steam iron.

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Where is the chart?

I clicked on the link for the pattern. It mentions a chart you are suppose to go by in combination with the pattern. Where's the chart? I love this scarf and hope to be able to find the chart that's mentioned please. Thanks so much.

click on the green link "pattern" and you'll get the chart in pdf

Wheres the chart your suppose to go by

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