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The Pink Samurai: 1-2-3 Crochet Circle Scarf Patterns

The Pink Samurai

Sunday, April 07, 2013

1-2-3 Crochet Circle Scarf Patterns

1 Stitch • 2 Colors • 3 Scarves

I've got patterns for you today that uses just one stitch, two colors and will give you 3 different scarves! I really love these guys because you get so many variations just based on where you decide to add your colors.  This is the first pattern I've written for anyone but me, so I tried to spell things out and not rely too heavily on any of the abbreviations.  Though, I do believe it's important to know them!



Supplies

  • Size P and Q crochet hooks (Quick tip!  I like making my chain with a hook that one size larger than the hook I'll be using for my work.  It helps me to make a loose chain that won't be too tight when I stitch into it.)
  • 2 colors of worsted weight yarn - 2 balls of each color (I used Vanna's Choice & Deborah Norville Everyday)

Pattern - Half & Half
  • Take 2 strands of your first color and slipknot them together.  You'll be using two strands as one.
  • Chain 105 with your Q hook. Join your last chain with your first.  Be sure not to twist the chain!
  • Row 1 - Using your P hook, Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Turn.
  • Rows 2 & 3 - Chain 2.  Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Turn.
  • Switch colors
  • Rows 4-6 - Chain 2.  Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Finish off!
Pattern - Sandwich
  • Take 2 strands of your first color and slipknot them together.  You'll be using two strands as one.
  • Chain 105 with your Q hook. Join your last chain with your first.  Be sure not to twist the chain!
  • Row 1 - Using your P hook, Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Turn.
  • Rows 2 - Chain 2.  Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Turn.
  • Switch colors
  • Rows 3 & 4 - Chain 2.  Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Turn.
  • Switch colors
  • Rows 5 & 6 - Chain 2.  Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Finish off!
Pattern - Stripey
  • Take 2 strands of your first color and slipknot them together.  You'll be using two strands as one.
  • Chain 105 with your Q hook. Join your last chain with your first.  Be sure not to twist the chain!
  • Row 1 - Using your P hook, Double crochet into each stitch all the way around. Slip stitch into the first double crochet when you get to the end. Turn.
  • Switch Colors
  • Row 2 - 6 - Repeat row 1, alternating colors each time

I hope this made sense!  I'd love to know if anyone tries it out!

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7 Comments:

At 4:16 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love, love, love your scarves! I'm totally trying one:)

 
At 4:20 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love, love, love your scarves! I'm totally trying one:)

 
At 1:13 PM , Blogger Mrs. Nichols-Johnson said...

What do you mean when you say Take 2 strands of your first color and slipknot them together? How? Do you have a video??

 
At 11:54 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have two sets of each color. Take two sets of the same color and slipknot the two ends together to make it thick as you work.

 
At 2:34 PM , Blogger yllomeloc said...

I can't wait to make one of these! Or all of them :)

 
At 8:18 PM , Blogger Nathan Bryant said...

It's not really needed to turn your work in the round in this pattern is it? Any particular reason as to why you do that? Help keep an even seem or join?

 
At 4:32 PM , Blogger Becky Pool said...

Hi Nathan!

I turn just because I like how the stitches sit a little bit better and it helps me keep count. I've got some patterns that call for decreases on alternating rows and it helps me keep count. It's just a habit that's carried over from those, I think ^_^

 

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