This soft, simple scarf is perfect to dress up your winter wardrobe!! You may wonder about the name… Winter’s Edge is the season when the air changes and your feel the cool edge setting in! I hope you enjoy making this project… And best of all, it can be completed in one weekend!!
Yarn ~ DK weight yarn (size 3 light) or Sport weight yarn(size 2 fine) total 475 yards ~ Pictured is yarn by James C Brett in Aria, color Z5… This is an Acrylic, Wool, Mohair Blend with Sequins, I felt like this was between a size 2 & 3 due to the fuzziness and sequins
Hook ~ G
66″ x 8″ After lightly steam blocking
Sk ~ Skip Sts ~ Stitches Ch ~ Chain Sl St ~ Slip Stitch Sc ~ Single Crochet Dc ~ Double Crochet
Row 1: Sc in 2nd Ch from hook and each across. =40 Sc
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as Dc now and throughout), Turn, *Sk next 2 Sts, 5 Dc in next St, Sk 3 Sts, Dc in next st, Dc in previous 3rd Sk St (This will form an X St pattern), Sk St, Dc in next St, Dc in previous Sk St(forms 2nd X St), Sk St, Dc in next St, Dc in previous Sk St(forms 3rd X St)* Repeat * * 2 more times, Sk 2 Sts, 5 Dc in next St, Sk 2 Sts, Dc in last St. = 4 (5 Dc Shells), 9 X Sts and 2 Dcs. 40 Sts total
Rows 3-97: Repeat Row 2
Row 98: Ch 1 Turn, Sc across. = 40 Sc
Row 1: Ch 1 Turn, Sc in 1st St, *Ch 3, Sk 2 Sts, Sc in next St*. Repeat * * Across. = 13 Ch 2 Spaces
Row 2: Ch 1, Turn, Sc in 1st St, *(2 Sc, Ch 3, 2 Sc) all in the next Ch 3 space*. Repeat Across, Sc in the last St. = 13 (2Sc, Ch 3, 2 Sc) repeats and 2 Sc.
Repeat on the opposite end.
Congratulations! You are ready to wear your Scarf!!
You can lightly steam block or wet block your scarf to enhance the stitches and help the scarf shape into the right size.
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