For a new and improved daisy scarf:
Use anywhere from size G hook up.
R1: Ch 4, sl st in 1st ch to make loop. R2: Ch 1, sc 6 in loop, sl st in 1st sc to join round. R3: Ch 3, dc 2 in sc you sl st in. *Ch 1, dc 3 in next sc.* Repeat from * to * 4 more times. Join with sl st in top of ch-3. R4: *Hdc in next dc, dc in next dc, tr in same dc, dc in same dc (that's dc, tr, dc in 1 dc), hdc in next dc, sl st in next dc.* Repeat from * to * all the way around. R5: Ch 10, sl st in 4th ch from hook to make a loop. R6: Repeat from R2 to R5 as many times as you like. Fasten off and weave in ends.
Do you do this all in the same color? This sounds intriguing -- I think I'll have to play around with my yarns again.
Shellie DunnSomonauk, ILhttp://4evercrochet.blogspot.com
I used white and yellow variegated yarn, so it was all the same yarn but not all the same color.
That's too funny! I thought I'd try your pattern during my lunch hour with leftover cotton yarn -- in a white and yellow variegation. I really liked the way it turned out (only did 2 of the flowers, tho) and can't wait to try this with my Bernat Baby Coordinate yarn in yellow. Thanks for the quickie pattern.
You can wear some of the colorful rings, that would look really cute!
But, the bangles would be too princessy and not hippie-like.Essence Of Argan