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vivonelcarmelo:
crochetcrochet
crochetcrochet
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Tue, Jan. 12th, 2010 05:03 pm
Rose Tyler Boomtown Scarf Beta

I got more responses than I expected to my scarf pattern idea, so I figured it would be much easier to just post it here rather than message a bunch of people. If anyone wants the chart I drew by hand instead of written instructions, let me know. I don't have time today, but in the next couple of days I'm going to try few rows in scrap yarn myself, and then I'll take a picture. Any feedback on the pattern is appreciated!


yarn: worsted weight wool, varied colors (Moda Dea Cartwheel, et al)
yardage: 230-300 yards
hook: H

Chain 29

Row A:
(the last 4 chains you just made count as 1 tr), 3 tr in the 5th loop from the hook. (This makes half a fan shape)
ch, skip 3 and sc in 4th ch.
ch, skip 3 and 7 tr in 4th ch. (fan shape)
ch, skip 3 and sc in 4th ch.
ch, skip 3 and 7 tr in 4th ch.
ch, skip 3 and sc in 4th ch.
ch, skip 3 and 4 tr in 4th ch.
ch and turn.

Row B:
sc in same stitch (the last tr of row A), hdc, dc, ch3,
[skip 5, start in 2nd tr of the fan in row A: dc, hdc, sc, hdc, dc, 3 ch] repeat
skip 5, start in 2nd tr of the half fan at the end of row A: dc, hdc, sc.
3 ch and turn.

Row C:
(the 3 ch you just made count as 1 dc), 2dc
[In the 3 ch space of row B: hdc, sc, hdc. In the next 5 stitches: 5dc] repeat
In the 3 ch space of row B: hdc, sc, hdc. In the next 3 stitches: 3dc.
4 ch and turn.

Repeat rows A, B, C until you reach the desired length. End with a Row C.

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dragonsinger954
dragonsinger954
Tue, Jan. 12th, 2010 11:24 pm (UTC)

*hugs* thank you :D


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vivonelcarmelo
vivonelcarmelo
Elizabeth
Wed, Jan. 13th, 2010 06:02 am (UTC)

You're welcome!


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addedblessings
addedblessings
addedblessings
Wed, Jan. 13th, 2010 01:31 am (UTC)

It's the very colorful one, right? What yarn are you calling for? My daughter thinks that would make all the difference in making it look like the actual scarf.


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vivonelcarmelo
vivonelcarmelo
Elizabeth
Wed, Jan. 13th, 2010 06:01 am (UTC)

That's the one, but like I said I haven't found the perfect yarn yet. It might even mean finding different yarns from different sources.


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i_iz_norml
i_iz_norml
Le Chat Savant
Wed, Jan. 13th, 2010 03:21 am (UTC)

I'm in the process of testing it now! I'm using Caron Simply Soft in Off White. I'll put up a pic once I get a few inches done.

I might even use that free Caron Country yarn to make another one.


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vivonelcarmelo
vivonelcarmelo
Elizabeth
Wed, Jan. 13th, 2010 06:02 am (UTC)

Cool! I'm glad it's working for you.


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mrmy
mrmy
Wed, Jan. 13th, 2010 10:21 am (UTC)

Thank you for posting the pattern. Will start the scarf today.


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helping_capn_j
helping_capn_j
helping_capn_j
Thu, Jun. 17th, 2010 05:45 am (UTC)

The instructions look good. Do you have a picture of a part of the scarf made by using the pattern, Im better at croceting from a close-up picture of a finished work than from instructions (because I dont know the names of the stitches and things). Thanks!


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vivonelcarmelo
vivonelcarmelo
Elizabeth
Thu, Jun. 17th, 2010 06:34 pm (UTC)

I have this one up on Ravelry:
http://images4.ravelry.com/uploads/elizanca/25340177/March_20_yarn4_medium.jpg
I don't know if that will help because the yarn I used was kind of nubby.

I also have a chart, if you're interested.


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helping_capn_j
helping_capn_j
helping_capn_j
Mon, Jun. 21st, 2010 12:04 am (UTC)

Thanks! The chart would be fabulous.


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