November 7, 2009

SmoothFox Beads & Ripple Skinny Scarf - Free Pattern

SmoothFox’s Beads and Ripple Skinny Scarf




Original design by Donna Mason-Svara aka SmoothFox
Copyright 2009
Red Heart Soft 4 ply medium worsted
Color A Antique White

Beads: 100 approx.
Width: 3"
Hook size: I/9 5.50 mm

Special Instructions:
Small Shell: Dc, ch 2, Dc in indicated ch-2 sp.

Bead-DC: YO, insert hook into indicated stitch, YO, pull through 2 loops, slide bead next to hook, YO, pull through 2 loops.

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IF YOU CROCHET THIS ITEM - PLEASE CLICK ON THIS LINK AND ADD YOUR OWN PICTURES AS A PROJECT ON RAVELRY.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/free-smoothfoxs-beads--ripple-skinny-scarf---free-pattern

JUST CLICK ON THE CROCHET HOOK WITH THE WORDS “HOOK IT” NEAR THE TOP RIGHT SIDE AND THIS WILL ADD YOUR ITEM AS A PROJECT. THEN YOU CAN ADD THE PICTURES WHEN YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR PROJECT.

HELPFUL HINT: I used transparent beads so this required that I use a white or off white color of yarn. I don’t suggest using transparent beads with a colored yarn.

When working with beads, they get very heavy on your strand of yarn and can become very awkward until they are all used within the piece you are crocheting. I put approximately 100 beads on the strand before I began crocheting. You can put half that amount and work the scarf until you run out of beads, cut yarn and finish off the tail, then add the remaining 50 beads to the fresh yarn end and begin crocheting where you left off. Make sure you always skip the first stitch on the edge of each row. I wouldn’t suggest cutting the yarn and adding the remaining beads UNLESS when you tie the two pieces of yarn together, your beads can slide over the knot.

When your un-used string of beads get close to the scarf, pull more yarn from your skein and slide the string away from the piece you are crocheting.

Instructions:

THREAD ONTO YOUR YARN 2 BEADS FOR EACH ROW THAT YOU WANT BEADS ON. BEAD STITCHES ARE WORKED ON WRONG SIDE OF SCARF SO THEY WILL APPEAR ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE SCARF.

Row 1: RS: Ch 15, turn, dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in next 5 ch, sk 1 st, ch 2, dc in last 6 sts. (12 dc)

Row 2: WS: Turn, sl st into next st, ch 3, dc in next st, Bead-dc in next st [see special instructions], dc in next 2 sts, small shell in ch-2 st, dc in next 2 sts, Bead-dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts, sk last st. (12 dc)

Row 3: RS: Turn, sl st into next st, ch 3, dc in next 4 sts, small shell in ch-2 st, dc in next 5 sts, sk last st. (12 dc)

Repeat rows 2 and 3 for the length of the scarf.

Created by Donna Mason-Svara aka SmoothFoxLover@yahoo.com ©2009

This pattern has not been tested. Please notify me of any pattern corrections. I will answer any and all questions you may have with the instructions. Do not plagiarize this pattern. All patterns are my original designs. Please do not re-sell my patterns or give them away for free or post my patterns on the internet. You may sell items you make from my patterns at craft fairs, fund raisers or custom orders for friends and family but please do not sell finished items on the internet without my written permission. Do not claim designs as your own.

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4 comments:

Unique2wh0 said...

That is really cute! Would make great Christmas gifts :) I know of a few girls on my list that would like it...wonder if they will be good girls..hmmmm...LOL
De'Anna~

Jeree said...

I can't wait to try this scarf. I love it!

Anonymous said...

I am a jewelry maker, so have a huge supply of beads, and am anxious to try this pattern to create a variety of effects. Love the scarf.

Anonymous said...

i love it. it only took me the day to finish it.

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