Crochet Plaid Scarf For Beginners – A Free Pattern & Video Tutorial
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"This crochet plaid scarf is easy to make and it’s a classic look for the cold season. I have made this pattern before in a shawl version in a different color scheme and it was so much fun to make, I created the scarf version, plus, this time, I made a complete 3 part video tutorial on how to make your own. Enjoy making this easy plaid scarf for beginners with my free crochet tutorial, it includes the links to the step by step video tutorial which contains 3 videos: 1. the scarf base 2. the making of the vertical lines 3. how to put fringes on your scarf Crochet Level Beginner This pattern is suitable for beginner crocheters who are familiar with reading a pattern and know the basic stitches. Supplies I used 2 x 100g balls of Deramores Studio DK in sky 1 x 100g ball of Deramores Studio DK in white 1 x 100g ball of Deramores Studio DK in fuschia crochet hook size 4.5mm tapestry needle & scissors blocking board or interlocking foam mats Size Using the yarn weight and hook size suggested in this pattern will create a tartan plaid shawl that is 28cm wide. Make it as long as you like, mine was 150cm long. Your size might differ based on the type of yarn that you’ll use and your personal crochet tension. Gauge Gauge is not very important in this pattern, but for your reference, a 10cm by 10cm area contains 7 rows by 14 stitches The Stitches Written in US term Most basic stitches below have a video that shows you how to crochet them. Follow the blue link next to them for each individual video. ch – chain sl st – slip stitch yo – yarn over slip knot sk – skip sc – single crochet dc – double crochet surface sl st – surface slip stitch Special Stitches Surface Crochet – Surface crochet is a technique used to decorate the surface of previously crocheted work. Tension control is very important when it comes to surface crochet. If your tension is too tight, the shawl will pucker, so try and keep your tension relaxed and your slip stitch loops loose. The working yarn will remain on the underside of your work at all times. Find the free video and written tutorial on Crafting Happiness. "
Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
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