|It's so pretty! I cannot wait to try the deep purple.|
Chain 150 loosely.
Row 1) Single Crochet (SC) in 3rd chain from hook. *Chain 1 (Ch1), skip a chain, Double Crochet (DC) in next next chain*. Repeat *-* until there are only 3 or 4 chains left. Then Ch1 and SC in the last chain.
Row 2) Turn, chain 3, SC in second Ch1 space from the hook. *Ch1, DC in the next Ch1 space*. Repeat *-* across until 2 Ch1 spaces. Ch1, skip a Ch1 space and SC in the last Ch1 space.
Repeat row 2 until one or two Ch1 space are all that remain. Fasten Off.
Making the Fringe! Wrap the yarn around the side of a 6"x 8" Notebook or something similarly sized about one hundred times. Cut the yarn in one place. So you have 100 strands of 12" yarn strands.
I attached 4 strands in each edge chain space along the edge of the pointy side of the triangle scarf. I did not take it all the way to the tips. I stopped 2/3 of the way up. You can see it in the picture on the left.
Here is a great tutorial video by Very Pink Knits on how to attach fringe with a crochet hook.
Making the Tassels! On the ends I attached 10 of the strands through the corner spaces. I took another stranded and wrapped it around the tassel strands at a point about one inch from the fold over point. I wrapped it about 10 times, then tied the ends together in a square knot. Then I use my crochet hook to work the two knotted stands into the rest of the tassel.
Here is a great video about making tassels. Instead of making it on the string...make it on the end spaces of the scarf. The rest is the same.
|Izzy is showing that the yarn is super soft and snuggly. And that he is a ham. And that he has lost is two top teeth. :)|
I hope you try the pattern! It was fast and fun and would be GREAT for a going back to school gift or even those of you that are already Christmas crafting. You are guys are my hero.
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