Chevron Scarf

Crochet chevrons morph from one color to the next in blends that transform a handful of tones into a rich autumnal swath of color. Occasional lacy rows lighten the crochet scarf for easy wear. This crochet patterns is easy enough for a beginning crocheter.

 

Designer: Kathy Merrick

Finished Size: 6½” wide; 80″ long (blocked).

Yarn: Malabrigo Lace (100% baby merino; 470 yd [425 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]): #63 natural (A), #135 emerald (B), #97 quarzo (C), #194 cinnabar (D), #98 tuareg (E), #50 roanoke (F), #96 sunset (G), and #28 blue surf (H), 1 skein each.

Hook Size: F/6 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

Gauge: 25 sts and 11 rows = 4″ in patt.

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Toni Rexroat is the Online Editor of Crochet Me. Outfitted with several crochet hooks and surrounded by bins of yarn, she has been the assistant editor for Interweave Crochet magazine as well as PieceWork, Interweave Crochet’s sister magazine. She was born and raised in a little town in Wyoming where she was exposed to wool and other fibers at an early age, and began crocheting in her early teens. Enjoying a wide variety of fibery hobbies from crochet and knitting to sewing, she is determined to learn to spin so she can crochet with her own yarn.

6 thoughts on “Chevron Scarf

  1. I have attempted to start this project  at least a dozen times and each time end up a stitch off .   On the second row I’m off by 1 stitch    Is there a correction for this pattern?     I have never had a project become so frustrating, however, I can’t find any other comments so I have to assume the mistakes are my own making. Could you let me know where I might find a diagram of this pattern?

    Thank you,

    Kathy Crocker 

  2. Hi Kathy,

    ive just started this project and also experienced the extra stick on rows Both rows 1&3 start with chaining three and then either skipping a stitch and a double crochet or chain 3 and a double crochet into the next stitch. These count as decreases and therefore you do not need to single crochet into the turning chain. I’ve tried it on 3 sets of the pattern and rows 2&4 always end up with 40 stitches.

    hope this helps 

    Karin

  3. Hi 

    Both rows 1&3 start with chaining 3 and then either skipping a stitch and a double crochet or chain 3 and a double crochet into the next stitch. These count as decreases and therefore you do not need to single crochet into the turning chain when you come to the end of rows 2&4. I’ve tried it on 3 sets of the pattern and rows 2&4 always end up with 40 stitches.

  4. I’ve started this project so many times I’ve lost count! Now I’m trying it out on practice yarn. There are errors in the pattern.
    First: in the set up row the 2nd asterisk is either in the wrong place or there is a direction missing. Working the repeat (*/*) the second time gives you 38 stitches (out of 40), but leaves 6 stitches left over, where you can’t simply dc2tog.
    Second: the second asterisk in row 3 is missing all together!
    Third, there is a typo in the color combination chart! But this is far less frustrating than the pattern problems!
    Could the designer or someone from Interweave please address these issues?
    Thank you.

    1. Hello,

      Thank you for bringing this project to our attention. I apologize for the delay in responding.

      I am in the process of reviewing the pattern and I will let you know as soon as I work out a solution. Thank you!

      STobias

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