Weaved Scarf

Jan 18, 2010
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Author

Stefanie Nowland

Introduction

I was playing with a size Q crochet hook when I thought of it. My first thought was to use ribbon to weave in, but I didn't have any a the time so I used Fun Fur instead. This is my first posting of a pattern, so if there are questions please ask them. I also welcome comments or pointers.

Materials List

A size Q crochet hook
any color worsted weight yarn
any color riddon or fun fur

(you'll hind that you can used pieces of scrap yarn for any part)

Finished Size

However long or wide you want it. Mine is 6 inches wide and 50 inches long.

Gauge

no gauge

The Pattern

Using the yarn only. Ch 11 turn

Sc in second ch from hook and sc across. Ch 1 turn. 10 sc

*Sc across to end of row. Then ch 1 turn* repeat from *to * until desired length. Then finish off. Weave in ends.

Then using the needle or small hook take the end of the ribbon or fur and weave in and out of the holes of the scarf the you already made.

Fringe- *Pull out extra ribbon or fur at the end of the scarf. Then at the other end where you started at, measure about the same amount of ribbon or fur and cut off. * Repeat * to * for the rest of the width of the scarf you should end with 10 pieces of fringe at each end. Then tie a knot at the end of the first part of the scarf with the fringe, just tie 2 of the fringe together across.

Without Fringe- continue to weave in and out from one end to the other, until finished. tie off and weave in ends.

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PuchakFibers wrote
on Jan 19, 2010 5:58 AM

I'm a very early beginner, so I would really like to thank you for sharing this pattern! I think I can actually get this one right! =)

linda1951 wrote
on Jan 26, 2010 9:29 AM

What a great idea!  I'm always looking for something new and you have done it!!  Thanks for posting.

Linda

hallgenie17 wrote
on Mar 29, 2010 4:34 PM

This scarf interests me, but how does it wash?. Do you wash by hand with Woolite?

JoniB2009 wrote
on Apr 13, 2010 2:01 PM

HELLO,

FORGIVE ME FOR THE CAPS BUT MY FONT IS SO SMALL I DIDN'T THINK YOU WOULD BE ABLE TO READ IT.  i HAVE DONE A PATTERN SIMILAR TO THIS MYSELF.  IT IS A GREAT WAY TO CROCHET WITH THE NOVELTY YARNS LIKE FUN FUR, EYELASH, AND TRELLIS TYPE YARNS.  THESE YARNS HAVE A THREAD THAT YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ABLE TO CROCHET WITH AND THEN THE DECORATIVE FIBERS ON THIS.  THE THREAD ISN'T LIKE THE CROCHET THREAD EITHER.  IT IS AS THIN AS WHAT YOU WOULD SEW ON A BUTTON WITH.  THIS YARN HERE IS THE EYELASH YARN.  THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE EYELASH AND THE FUNFUR YARN IS THIS.  THE EYELASH YARN IS BASICALLY AS IT SAYS LIKE FALSE EYELASHS.  THE FUN FUR HAS MUCH LONGER AND LOOKS VERY DIFFERENT FROM THIS YARN.  IT STILL CAN BE USED TO DO THIS BUT NOT WITH THE SAME RESULT AS PICTURED.  I LOVE THIS SCARF AND THINK IT IS GREAT FOR BEGINNERS.  SINCE IT IS FOR BEGINNERS I THOUGHT I WOULD MAYBE HELP SOMEONE WHO ORDERS A BUNCH OF FUN FUR YARN AND THEN REALIZES THAT IT ISN'T TURNING OUT LIKE THIS.  I ALSO WANT TO SAVE SOMEONE THE HASSLE AND DISAPPOINTMENT OF RETURNING THE YARN FOR THE EYELASH YARN. 

IF I AM WRONG ABOUT THIS THEN I AM SORRY!!  I AM REALLY TRYING TO HELP A NEWBIE UNDERSTAND THIS DIFFERENCE.  HAPPY HOOKING OR KNITTING!! :-)

SINCERELY,

JONI :-)

WWW.JONICROCHETCREATIONS.ETSY.COM

JoniB2009 wrote
on Apr 13, 2010 2:01 PM

HELLO,

FORGIVE ME FOR THE CAPS BUT MY FONT IS SO SMALL I DIDN'T THINK YOU WOULD BE ABLE TO READ IT.  i HAVE DONE A PATTERN SIMILAR TO THIS MYSELF.  IT IS A GREAT WAY TO CROCHET WITH THE NOVELTY YARNS LIKE FUN FUR, EYELASH, AND TRELLIS TYPE YARNS.  THESE YARNS HAVE A THREAD THAT YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ABLE TO CROCHET WITH AND THEN THE DECORATIVE FIBERS ON THIS.  THE THREAD ISN'T LIKE THE CROCHET THREAD EITHER.  IT IS AS THIN AS WHAT YOU WOULD SEW ON A BUTTON WITH.  THIS YARN HERE IS THE EYELASH YARN.  THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE EYELASH AND THE FUNFUR YARN IS THIS.  THE EYELASH YARN IS BASICALLY AS IT SAYS LIKE FALSE EYELASHS.  THE FUN FUR HAS MUCH LONGER AND LOOKS VERY DIFFERENT FROM THIS YARN.  IT STILL CAN BE USED TO DO THIS BUT NOT WITH THE SAME RESULT AS PICTURED.  I LOVE THIS SCARF AND THINK IT IS GREAT FOR BEGINNERS.  SINCE IT IS FOR BEGINNERS I THOUGHT I WOULD MAYBE HELP SOMEONE WHO ORDERS A BUNCH OF FUN FUR YARN AND THEN REALIZES THAT IT ISN'T TURNING OUT LIKE THIS.  I ALSO WANT TO SAVE SOMEONE THE HASSLE AND DISAPPOINTMENT OF RETURNING THE YARN FOR THE EYELASH YARN. 

IF I AM WRONG ABOUT THIS THEN I AM SORRY!!  I AM REALLY TRYING TO HELP A NEWBIE UNDERSTAND THIS DIFFERENCE.  HAPPY HOOKING OR KNITTING!! :-)

SINCERELY,

JONI :-)

WWW.JONICROCHETCREATIONS.ETSY.COM

ellyelly wrote
on Apr 13, 2010 9:58 PM