free pattern: posh ruffle scarf

Hurray, free pattern day! :) Today I’m sharing the pattern to make the Posh Ruffle Scarf, that I showed you last week:

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To make this shawl you need:

– 1 skein of Scheepjeswol Roma Big Rainbow (or similar chunky yarn that works up with a 10mm hook)
– 1 skein of Scheepjeswol Roma Big in purple (or similar chunky yarn that works up with a 10mm hook)
– 1/2 skein of Scheepjeswol Roma big in red (or similar chunky yarn that works up with a 10mm hook)
– 10mm knitting needles or circulars
– 10mm crochet hook
– a big darning needle
– a pair of scissors

supplies

1. First up, the knitting part of this hybrid scarf. Cast on 20 stitches, and knit back and forth in stockinette stitch (knit one row, purl one row) until you run out of yarn, or until your scarf is about 150cm/60″ long. Bind off.
knit-part

2. Grab your crochet hook and the purple yarn. We’re now going around the entire knit piece in single crochet stitches. Join your yarn, and work one sc in each of the ‘v’s on the edge of the knit piece. Join with a slip stitch to the first stitch.

3. Chain 3, then work 1 double crochet into each single crochet stitch from the previous round. Join with a slip stitch to the top chain of your beginning chain 3.

4. Chain 4, then work *1dc, ch1* into each stitch around. Your edge will now definitely begin to ruffle! Join with a slip stitch to the third chain of your beginning chain 4.

5. Join your red yarn, and work *1sc, ch2* into each chain 1 space from the previous round. Finish off and sew in the ends with your darning needle.

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ruffle-border

And that’s it! :) This scarf works up in one weekend, because of the chunky yarn and big needles/hook you use. It’s very warm and cozy, and you can use it casual or when you want to dress up!

ruffle-finished

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xo,
wink

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9 Comments

  1. It’s very pretty! Where did you find this wool?

  2. This is a lovely pattern, its tempting to make me knit!!

  3. Een prachtig patroon, wat mij ook heerlijk te dragen lijkt. Maarrrr… ik kom er in het engels niet helemaal uit. Is het veel gevraagd of je het patroon in het nederlands wilt geven?

    Groetjes

  4. It is indeed very posh, thanks for the pattern.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

  5. It looks lovely WInk and thank you so much for the pattern I really am eager to learn to knit now! I’m hoping I can get together with my friend who taught me to crochet so that she can teach me to knit as well!

  6. This is so lovely! When the Christmas knitting/crochet is completed, I’m going to make this beautiful scarf for myself. Many thanks.

  7. Thank you for sharing… It sounds really easy to make when you give the details…

  8. I tried this scarf with what I thought would be a good US thread substitute only to have made a bad choice. I used Lion Brand’s new Homespun, which by all accounts should have substituted easily in the pattern. However, with the needle and hook size of 10MM (US 15), the yarn was not dense and bulky enough. I worked up pretty and soft, but was too light and loose. I donated this set (scarf and hat) to a local church’s clothes closet hoping someone who needed a frilly, light weight scarf would be lucky enough to acquire it. I am now on the prowl for a more suitable, bulkier yarn to use to make another set which I am in hopes will turn out as warm and wonderful as Wink’s original.

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