BlueberryPie Scarf Pattern

BlueberryPie Scarf Pattern by ionyka

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This fun scarf is light weight and can be worn almost any time of the year. The yarn used in this pattern is a lace merino worsted weight yarn however you can experiment with other weights as much as you like since gauge is not important.

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Materials:

Size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook

Approximately 375 yards of lace merino worsted weight yarn was used for this project

Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

Size:

This scarf measures approximately 7 inches wide and 60 inches long once completed

Stitches used in this pattern:

ch – Chain
sc – Single Crochet
dc – Double Crochet
hdc – Half Double Crochet
ofc – Odd Forked Cluster Stitch

Explanation of Odd Forked Cluster Stitch: yo, insert hook into ch or st as indicated, yo, draw loop through, yo, draw through 2 loops, inserting hook into next ch or st, yo, draw loop through, yo, draw through all 3 loops on hook.

Need help with this stitch? Check out this great video tutorial by New Stitch A Day

Pattern Instructions:

Foundation Chain: Chain 30 [28 + 2]

Row 1:
Skip 2ch (counts at 1hdc), 1ofc by inserting hook into 3rd and 4th ch from hook, *1ofc inserting hook first into same ch as previous ofc then into next ch; repeat from * until 1ch left, hdc in last ch, ch2 (counts as 1hdc for next row), turn.
[1hdc, 26ofc, 1hdc = 28 sts]

Rows 2 – 5:
1ofc by inserting hook into 1st st then into next st, *1ofc inserting hook first into same ch as previous ofc then into next ch; repeat from * until 1ch left, hdc in last ch, ch2 (counts as 1hdc for next row), turn.
[1hdc, 26ofc, 1hdc = 28 sts]

Row 6:
1hdc in next st all the way across, ch 4 (counts as 1dc, ch1 for next row), turn.
[28hdc = 28 sts]

Row 7:
Skip 1ch, dc in next ch, ch1, *skip 1ch, dc in next ch, ch1; repeat from * dc in last ch, ch4 (counts as 1dc, ch1 for next row), turn.
[14dc, 14ch = 28 sts]

Row 8:
Skip 1ch, dc in next ch, ch1, * skip 1ch, dc in next ch, ch1; repeat from * dc in last ch, ch1 (counts as 1sc for next row), turn.
[14dc, 14ch = 28 sts]

Row 9:
1sc in next st all the way across, ch1 (counts as 1sc for next row), turn.
[28 sc = 28 sts]

Row 10:
1sc in next st all the way across, ch4 (counts as 1dc, ch1 for next row), turn.
[28 sc = 28 sts]

Rows 11 – 14: Repeat rows 7 – 10

Rows 15 & 16: Repeat rows 7 & 8

At the end of row 16 instead of ch4, ch2 (counts as 1hdc for next row), turn.

Row 17:
1hdc in next st all the way across, ch 2 (counts as 1hdc for next row), turn.
[28hdc = 28 sts]

Rows 18 – 22: Repeat Row 2

Repeat from here beginning with Row 6 – 22 until desired length, ending with 5 rows of ofc to match the beginning of scarf.

Last Row:
1sc in each st all the way across, weave in ends as you like!

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This pattern is available for free both here as well as a digital PDF download via Ravelry. There are no restrictions on the use of this pattern however the pattern itself is not for sale, resale or duplication. Please give credit by linking to this pattern if used, I enjoy seeing what others make with it!

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