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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Fuzzy Open Shell Scarf - Crochet

Good morning,

Here's another project that I started awhile back and have just finished. 

This is a lovely fine yarn and I'm glad that I have quite a bit of it to make a variety of items.  It is fuzzy so when using a lacy type stitch, the "fuzzies" fill in the spaces.  It's light and soft, so is nice perfect for cool Spring day and just as perfect for next Fall.


Fuzzy Open Shell Scarf


2 skeins Patons Lacette (#2 Fine) yarn, 50 gr. 1.75 oz skeins

H  crochet hook.

Row 1 (rs): chain 43, sc in second ch from hook, skip 1 ch, *(dc, ch 1, dc) shell made in next ch, skip 1 ch, sc in next ch, skip 1 ch. Repeat across ending in sc in last ch.

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc and ch 1) and dc in top of sc of previous row, *sc in center space of shell of previous row, shell in next sc of previous row. Repeat from * ending with shell in last sc.

Row 3: ch 1, *work sc in center of shell of last row, shell in top of sc of previous row. Repeat from * ending in sc in top of last shell.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 for pattern.

Work 54" from beginning.

Break off.

Weave in ends.



Anonymous said...

The stitches look like little stars! Really pretty Lois!...debbie

Wanda said...

The scarf has a beautiful delicate look to it, Lois. Nice color for Easter too!

Lois Evensen said...

Thank you so much for your sweet words, Debbie and Wanda. Thanks, too, to my daughter and enabler who picks up pretty yarn when she finds it at a good price. :), Lois

Jo said...

Well today is a fine day indeed.... I came to call and fell in love. Yes, I fell in love with your blog. I can not begin to tell you how wonderful it is to find someone that actually bakes bread in an oven and not a bread maker. Not only that, but share your recipes. (doing my little happy happy joy joy dance here). I love the lab testing that you do. Who could ask for more accurate test results. LOL

I am so glad that you came to visit me and left that trail of bread crumbs for me to follow back to you. BTW I am a knitter, crocheter and reader too. What a wonderful world.

Have a great rest of the week.

Lois Evensen said...
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Lois Evensen said...

Hello, Jo, and Welcome!

I love your blog, too. I found it while surfing the blog world. I've been reading through it this morning and just had to click to follow and leave a message for you.

Happy Easter!


BTW, I found a typo in this comment the first time I posted this and the old professor in me forced me to delete it and make the correction. ;)