Herring Bone Scarf

I designed this Hat and scarf for my younger sister's birthday. It has a fabulous texture, photos don't quite do it justice. 

A printable version of this pattern is available for download on my ravelry account
  • ·         less than 240 g aran or worsted weight yarn. (I used Redheart Yarn With Love in Pewter.
  • ·         Needle and scissors for finishing
  • ·         5.00 mm (H) hook

Gauge test: 
  • starting chain is approximately 7 inches
  • 4 rows of herring bone dc is approximately 1.5 inches

Stitches and Abbreviations:
  • ·         Chain: ch
  • ·         Herring Bone Double Crochet (HB): yarn over and pull up a loop (3 on hook), pull first loop through second loop (2 on hook), yarn over and pull through first loop (2 on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops to finish (see Herring Bone Beanie for  stitch photos)

This scarf won’t have straight edges along the edges due to the nature of the stitch it will have a slight ripple. Pictured below


Start: Ch 27,

Row 1: starting in second chain from the hook, HB in each remaining ch; (25 HB)

Row 2: Ch 2, turn, HB in each stitch across (25 HB)

Row 3-145: Repeat row 2 until scarf reaches desired length.

Finished Scarf is approximately 5 ft. in length x 7 inches wide. Length can be adjusted  as necessary by adding or removing rows

Optional: Finish off by adding fringe across the width, or tassels, or pompoms on  the corners.

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