Sunday, October 23, 2011

~ 7-11 ripple scarf ~

- 5 1/2 oz. worsted weight acrylic
- J hook
- buttons

Size:  4 1/2" x 72 1/2"

- Although gauge doesn't really matter, I crochet tight so you may want to adjust the size of your crochet hook
- the ch 3 is included as a dc

Row 1:  Ch 283, dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in next 9 chs.  *skip next 2 chs, dc in next 7 chs.  (dc, ch 2, dc) in next ch.  Dc in next 7 chs.  Skip next 2 chs, dc in next 11 chs.  Repeat from * across.  Ch 3, turn.

Rows 2 - 8:  Dc in next 10 dc.  *skip next dc, dc in next 7 dc.  (dc, ch 2, dc) in ch-2 space.  Dc in next 7 dc.  Skip next dc, dc in next 11 dc.  Repeat from * across.  Ch 3, turn.  At end of Row 8, end off.

For fringe:  cut 64 11" strands - use 4 strands for each fringe.  Fold in half and using the larks head knot (, apply fringe to each dc along the short side. 

Sew on buttons.  (gluing them down first with fabric glue will make sewing easier)

***Debi Y's version***
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  1. that's one lovely scarf, thank you for sharing the pattern.

  2. Very pretty color..I am liking your craft room..lots to look at!! Have a great day.

  3. Cute, Debi, and the buttons are a nice touch. :)

  4. Lovely scarf!! (Cute model too, haha)

  5. I like this scarf! Why is it called 7-11?

    Have a great week! :)

  6. Very nice, I especially like the buttons.

  7. Thanks ladies. :)

    Barbara - it's called 7-11 because there is 7 dc on the ripple sides and 11 dc for the straight section. :)

  8. The scarf looks fab! Imagine how much extra fab it would be with stripes too! Love it!

  9. Love the addition of the buttons!

  10. I love this Debi, it's so unusual. Love the buttons on it, what a great touch!



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