Sunday, October 10, 2010

Ocean Tide Scarf


Ocean Tide Scarf
©2010 Sandra Petit
http://www.crochetcabana.blogspot.com

Materials: Red Heart Super Saver 512 Turqua and 886 Blue or preferred two colors in any worsted weight yarn, J hook

Gauge (not critical for this project): Pattern is 14 rows, about 4 1/2”, width is 6”

Size:  6” x 58”

Note: You can use ch-3 as your turning chain if you need to do so to get up to the proper height

Note2: You will change color every 2 rows, but do not need to cut yarn. You can carry unused strand along the side. Of course if you want to, you can cut yarn 6” from end to be taken care of later.

Multiple: 3 + 1

Instructions:
With Turqua, ch 19
Row 1: dc in 4th chain from hook and in each chain across, ch 2, turn (17 dc)

Row 2: dc in ea dc across, change to Blue, do not cut yarn—carry unused color up side, ch 2, turn

Row 3-4: with Blue, dc in ea dc across, change to Turqua, ch 2, turn.

Row 5-6: With Turqua, dc in ea dc across, change to Blue, ch 2, turn

Row 7: With Blue, dc in next st (not the one under the tch, but the next one),  (FPdc around next dc, dc in ea of next 2 dc) across, ch 2 turn

Row 8: dc in next st (not the one under the tch, but the next one), (BPdc around next FPdc, dc in ea of next 2 dc) across, change to Turqua, ch 2 turn

Row 9-10: dc in ea dc and FPdc across,  change to Blue, ch 2, turn

Row 11-12: dc in ea dc and FPdc across,  change to Turqua, ch 2, turn

Row 13-14: dc in ea dc and FPdc across,  change to Blue, ch 2, turn

Rows 15—end: repeat Rows 7-14  eleven times, on last row change to blue and ch 1 (rather than 2) to begin edging

Edging: With blue, sc around, covering the carried yarn along the side and using 3 sc in corners

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