Here’s a quick weekend project you might enjoy. A lovely mesh lace scarf.
 
Several months ago I discovered the Kartopu yarn brand (this is not sponsored by them!) and I’ve been seriously in love with both cottons and mixed yarns. For my scarf I used the Melange Wool Tweed (color M1416/ lot 1664) which is worsted – aran yarn. The yarn content is 77% acrylic, 20% wool and 3% viscose. 100 gr= 170m

For the scarf I used 1 skein (100 gr) of this yarn with a 6 mm hook
The scarf is 1.50 cm / 59″ long and 15 cm / 5.9″ wide. I left enough yarn to make the rose, which sadly is not part of the pattern given here. 
 
Crochet stitches in US terminology: stitch (st), chain (ch), chain space (ch-sp) skip (sk), single crochet (sc), double crochet (dc), 3-dc cluster.
 
Scarf mesh pattern: 
 

 

Foundation and row 1: Ch31 and sc1 in 7th st from hook. Ch5, sk3 and sc1 in next st. Repeat this pattern to the end. (There will be 7 ch-spaces). Ch5 and turn work.
Row 2: Sc1 in 1st ch-sp. Ch5 and sc1 in next ch-sp. Repeat this pattern to the end where after the last sc in the last ch-sp, ch3 and hdc1 in the last ch-sp (again). Ch5 and turn work
Row 3 – maker’s desired end row:  repeat row 2. 
 

 

Bobble – Fringes: When you get the desired length and mind to end it with the crochet face up, ch7 and make a 3-dc cluster in 4th st from hook, ch3 and sl st in same 4th st., t ch3, turn work and sc1 in the first sc-stitch from the row below. Ch7 and repeat the bobble fringe pattern. Repeat the pattern to the end of the row. When done with this side, fringe the other side as well. Mind to have the crochet work face up.  Work tails when all crochet work is done.  

I hope you like this. I am sure it will be equally beautiful in cotton or maybe lace yarn as a spring / summer scarf. 

Enjoy your weekend!


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