The Tri-Color Shell Stitch Scarf

This scarf uses the shell stitch, which will be rewritten in the pattern so that it doesn’t just say: Shell Stitch in next 8 sts. No. It’s going to be written as *dc 5 in same st, skp 2, sc 1, sc 2* around. Just letting you know. This scarf is a very textured one. It took me a lot longer than the other ones, probably because I was using a smaller hook, but anyway, lets get on into it.

Note: If you were to resize the yarn (width-wise) you would have to, for your foundation, you would have to chain a multiple of six plus one (e.g. 36+1 – 37. 42+1 – 43.)

Materials:

  • 3 colors of your choice, A, B, and C.
  • 3mm/D hook
  • darning needles

Abbreviations:

  • dc – double crochet
  • sc – single crochet
  • skp – skip
  • sk – slip knot
  • fd – foundation
  • rw# – row number(e.g. rw1 would be row one)
  • rws# – row numbers(e.g. rws2-200 would be rows two through two-hundred)
  • rpt – repeat

The Pattern:

In color A

fd – ch 37

rw1 – dc 3 in fourth chain from the hook, *skp 2, sc 1, skp 2, dc 5 in same st* rpt around

Note: At the end of every row, you will end on a single crochet. Do NOT do another five double crochet.

rws2-10 – rpt rw1

change to color B

rws 11-20 – rpt rw1

change to color C

repeat in this fashion until you have 200 rows.

Blue Frilled Scarf

This is a thin scarf that is designed to be wrapped around, for it is very long, to give the impression that it is thicker. It gives off that kind of vibe. It is relatively easy to make and with a larger hook, should only take you about an hour and a half. The frills in this scarf are created by swapping a color for the same color.

Abbreviations:

  • ch – chain
  • sc – single crochet
  • cc – change color
  • rw# – row number (e.g. rw1 would be row one)
  • rws#-# – row numbers (e.g. rws2-5 would be rows two through twelve.)
  • fd – foundation

Materials:

  • M/9mm hookp
  • Ocean Shades Bernat Blanket Yarn
  • Darning Needles

The Pattern:

fd – ch 200

cc to same color

rw1 – sc 198

cc to same color

rws2-5 – repeat rw1 and color change

Using Darning Needles

Ever notice how annoying those little bits of string that hang off of your creations are? Well, darning needles are here to help. by just sticking your yarn through a hole in a darning needle, you can weave in your ends. Watch the video to really learn how:

Gray Ripples Scarf

This scarf is designed so that it can be worn with either side showing. There are ripples on either side and that is what makes this possible. Anyway, I would recommend this pattern from someone who has the basics down, and wants to travel a little out of their comfort zone. For a portion of this pattern, you will need to work in the back loops of stitches. This is pretty self-explanatory and you shouldn’t really need any help for this, but if you do, look at the video at the end. Anyway, let’s get on into it.

Note: This pattern is worked in rows not rounds.

Materials:

  • Bernat Blanket Yarn (I used Silver Steel)
  • 9mm/M hook
  • Darning Needles

Abbreviations:

  • sc – single crochet
  • blo – back loops only
  • sk – slip knot
  • stin – stitch into
  • fd – foundation
  • rw# – row number (e. g. rw1 would be row 1)
    • rws# – row numbers (e. g. rws11-100 would be rows 11-100)
  • ch – chain
  • rpt – repeat

Pattern:

fd – sk and ch 17

rw1 – Starting in the third chain from the hook, sc 15

rw2-9 – rpt rw1

rw 10 – sc 15 blo

rw11-100 – rpt rws1-10

Working in the back loops of your yarn