I don’t know about you, but I am ready for Spring. It has always been my favorite season and truthfully, I am not a fan of the cold.(Although, snow is pretty!)
Unfortunately, I live in a state that is known for bi-polar weather, so, it could be in the seventies one day and then freezing the next. We just got 2 inches of snow two days ago, and the wind has been really cold. So, right now, this bulky scarf is definitely getting some use.
P16-11.5 mm hook
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick n’ Quick yarn, 2 skeins
3- 7/8” buttons
A small amount of thread or light-weight yarn that matches main yarn
dc = double crochet
Bl= back loop
Back loop= stitch placed in back loop only of the stitch
4= 6.5 dc , 6 rows
10” x 48”
Chain 3 counts as 1st stitch of every row. This piece is worked flat as a large rectangle. It is seamed together to finish. The buttons are non-functioning and decorative only.
Row 1: dc in 4th ch from hook. Dc in each st across.
Row 2: ch 3(counts as 1st st here and throughout), dc in the bl of the 2nd stitch. Dc in the bl only of each stitch to the end of the row.
Row 3-10: ch 3, Repeat row 2.
Lay the piece flat, like picture 1.
Next take one end and fold it over, like pic 2.
Now, fold the other side over top of the other, like in pic 3.
Now, you will seam the edges together. The arrow in pic 4 shows you where to seam and where to place the buttons. Sew the buttons on evenly spaced with matching thread or matching light weight yarn.
The last thing you need to do is make sure you weave in all of your ends and you are finished!
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