Bullion Stitch Neckwarmer, Scarf.

Jun 9, 2008
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Bullion Stitch Neckwarmer, Scarf. Free Pattern

Introduction

I've been tossing this idea about for a while and I finally did it.
It took me all of 2 hours to make two of these and write the pattern.
I love the bullion st and placing it in this position on the neck warmer makes it look like a big flower.
Don't worry the pattern is all in one and very simple to make.
I am choosing to hide the buttons from view as not to spoil the bullion effect.

I am sure there will be more varieties of this one, such as colour effects a larger hole in the centre of the flower to accommodate a very nice centre peice button and the idea's go on and on.

Materials List

Bullion St. Neckwarmer/Scarflette/Scarf

Materials: 12 ply yarn (worsted weight) less than 50 gms
5.00 mm hook (H/8)
thicker version 16 ply yarn (bulky weight)

6.00 mm hook (J/10)

Finished Size

Gauge

N/A

Notes

Special Stitches: Bullion st, yarn over hook 5 times, insert hook into st, pull up a loop pull through all 6 loops on hook. BLO = work stitch into the back loop only, of st indicated DC = Yarn over hook, insert hook into st, pull up a loop, yarn over hook, pull through 2 st’s, yarn over hook and pull through 2 st’s again. Sc= Insert hook into st, pull up a loop, yarn over hook and pull through both loops on hook.

The Pattern

Begin.

Ch 4, sl st to first chain to form a ring

Ch 3, 10 dc into ring, sl st into first dc to join (not ch 3)

Ch 1, 1 sc in same place as join, ch 2, 1 sc in next dc, *ch 2, 1 sc in next dc*, repeat to end, ch 2 and sl st into first sc of this round

Ch 3, *1 bullion st into ch 2 space, 1 bullion st into sc st*, repeat to final ch 2 space, sl st to top of ch3

Ch 3, work 2 dc in space between ch 3 and 1 bullion st, work 2 dc in next space between the bullion st’s, work 2 dc in next 3 spaces between bullion st’s, ( 1 x ch 3 and 10 x dc in total) ch 3 and turn

Pattern Rows

Work 1 dc in very first dc, work 1 dc in each dc across, do not dc in end ch 3 of previous row, ch 1 and turn (10 dc and ch 3 turning ch)

Row 1 of pattern. Working the back loops only, work 1 sc in each dc across (ignore ch 3 turning ch), (=10 sc) ch 3 and turn

Row 2 of pattern. Work 1 dc in very first dc, work 1 dc in each sc across, ch 1 and turn (10 dc and ch 3 turning ch)

Repeat row 1 and row 2, 12 more times, (24 more rows of pattern) ending with a dc row, then sl st across 10 dc and fasten off

Button Placement

Place buttons beneath circular bullion to hide from view. The buttons will do up nicely in a dc.

To make a scarf

Using this pattern to make a scarf can be done easily by making 2 of the above, omitting the sl st ending and ending one side with a sc row, then join together. Make them as long as you need.

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CathyW@26 wrote
on Jun 9, 2008 7:48 PM

CathyW@26 wrote
on Jun 9, 2008 7:49 PM

beige bull

CathyW@26 wrote
on Jun 9, 2008 7:51 PM

beige bull

CathyW@26 wrote
on Jun 9, 2008 7:53 PM

<beige bull >

CathyW@26 wrote
on Jun 9, 2008 7:55 PM

beige bull

CathyW@26 wrote
on Jun 9, 2008 7:55 PM

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3181/2564981496_63e75c07b9_o.jpg

neushatzy wrote
on Dec 16, 2009 6:47 AM

So beautiful! Perfect balance of functional and elegant. Maybe I'll get my holiday gifts done in time after all this year! Thanks for posting:)