- 5 1/2 oz. worsted weight acrylic
- J hook
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 (http://www.free-macrame-patterns.com/larks-head-knot.html), 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***
that's one lovely scarf, thank you for sharing the pattern.ReplyDelete
Very pretty color..I am liking your craft room..lots to look at!! Have a great day.ReplyDelete
Cute, Debi, and the buttons are a nice touch. :)ReplyDelete
Lovely scarf!! (Cute model too, haha)ReplyDelete
Very nice Debi. :-)ReplyDelete
I like this scarf! Why is it called 7-11?ReplyDelete
Have a great week! :)
Very nice, I especially like the buttons.ReplyDelete
Thanks ladies. :)ReplyDelete
Barbara - it's called 7-11 because there is 7 dc on the ripple sides and 11 dc for the straight section. :)
The scarf looks fab! Imagine how much extra fab it would be with stripes too! Love it!ReplyDelete
Love the addition of the buttons!ReplyDelete
I love this Debi, it's so unusual. Love the buttons on it, what a great touch!ReplyDelete