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Scalloped Crocheted Scarf

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This Scalloped Crocheted Scarf from Red Heart Yarn can add a fun feminine touch to any wardrobe.  This vibrant purple and turquoise scarf is perfect for those who are new to crochet.  It's easy to make and really fun to show off!

Scalloped Crocheted Scarf

Materials:

  • RED HEART® Shimmer™: 1 skein each 1536 Purple A and 1503 Turquoise B
  • Crochet Hook: 6.00mm [J-10]
  • Yarn needle

GAUGE: 12 sts = 4”; 12 rows = 4” in half double crochet.  CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

Instructions:

Notes:
Chain 2 at the beginning or end of a row, does not count as a stitch.
To change colors in half double crochet, yarn over, insert the hook in the next stitch, yarn over with the new yarn and pull through both loop on hook. Continue working with the new yarn. When fastening off old yarn, leave tail 3” tail to weave in.

  1. With A, ch 202.
     
  2. Row 1: In 3rd ch from hook, work hdc, work hdc in each ch across, changing to B in last st, ch 2; turn– 200 hdc. Fasten off A.
     
  3. Row 2: Hdc each in st across, changing to A in last st, ch 2; turn– 200 hdc. Fasten off B.
     
  4. Row 3: Hdc in each st across, changing to B in last st, ch 2; turn.
     
  5. Rows 4-11: Repeat last 2 rows alternating B and A until 11 rows have been worked, ending with A. Ch 1; turn, slip st in back loop of each st along long edge, ch 2; turn.
     
  6. Shell Edging:  Continuing with A, 4 hdc in first st, *skip 1 st, slip st in next st, sh in next st; repeat from * around entire scarf; join with slip st in first sh. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

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I think it refers to "shell" - to continue doing the shell along the edge of the pattern.

I too am stumped by the abbreviation "sh" in step 6. Please explain.

In step #6, the abbreviation "sh" is used. I am a beginner and do not know this abbreviation nor can I find it in any crochet abbreviation lists... Can anyone help me with this one? Thanks! MLP

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