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The Flora Little Scarf

This scarf tutorial teaches you how to crochet a beautiful, light Spring/Summer scarf, which we call the Flora Little Scarf. This scarf can be made using our Graffiti Series of hand dyed cotton; available in three stunning tones – FLUO, BRILLANTE and PROFONDO.

Materials & Tools

 

 

 

Here we have used Brillante Multicolor Cotton Ribbon

Abbreviations

 

  • CH, chain
  • DC, double crochet
  • SC, single crochet
  • SK, skip
  • ST, stitch

The Directions

 

 

Slipknot, CH 160, mark CH-80.

ROW1: In 2nd chain from hook, SC and CH 1. Then, DC in each CH across, stop before marker. At marker (CH 80), 3 DC in same CH. Move marker to top of the 2nd DC of the three you just made. Then, DC in each CH until the end.

Turn your work.

ROW2: SC and CH1 in first ST.

Then, *CH 1, SK 1, 1 DC in next DC* across, stop before the marker.
At marker [CH 1, 1 DC, CH 1, 1 DC, CH 1]. Marker second CH 1 in group, DC in next DC. Then, *CH 1, SK 1, 1 DC in next DC* until the end.

Turn your work.

ROW 3: SC and CH 1 in first ST.

Then *CH 1, 1 DC in next DC* across, stop before marker.
At marker [CH 1, 1 DC, CH 1, 1 DC, CH 1]. Move marker to 2nd CH 1 in group,

DC in next DC. Then, *CH 1, SK 1, 1 DC in next DC* until the end.
Turn your work.

ROWS 4 & 5: Repeat ROW 3.

We now start making a nice little ruffled edge.

ROW 6: SC and CH 1 in first ST, then DC in every DC and space across, stop before marker. At marker, 3 DC in SP, (mark second DC) then DC in every DC and space until end. Turn your work.

ROW 7: SC and CH1 in first ST.

Then, continue with *SC and CH1* in each DC.

Turn your work.

ROW 8: In each ST, *SC* until the end.

ROW 9: Repeat ROW 8.

Cut and secure the ends. Bring the cornors of one extremity of the shawl together and bind together, then attach a button-bead. In this way, the shawl can be closed as a loop when worn. To do this, pass the button head through one of the large stitches on the other extremity.

MAKING THE SMALL BUTTON-BEAD

Crochet Hook: Size 4 mm

Working in double (two strands of yarn, each 1 meter long), make a slipknot and CH 12.

ROW 1: SC in each CH.

Turn your work.

ROW 2: SC in each ST.

Cut, and roll on itself. Stitch through all thicknesses to secure.

Finished! Brava!

We hope you enjoyed this crochet scarf tutorial!

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