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NOTE: FOR A WIDER SCARF –
use an odd number of chain stitches plus two additional chains. Example 25 plus
2 for 27 beginning chain’s.
1: Ch 19, dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in next
15 ch’s. MARK ANY STITCH AS THE RIGHT
SIDE OF THE SCARF. (17 dc)
2: WS Ch
4 (counts as dc plus ch-1 sp), turn, sk next st, dc in next st, *ch 1, sk 1 st,
dc in next st* repeat from * to * across. (9 dc, 8 ch-1 sps)
3 (counts as dc), turn, dc in next st or ch-1 sp across. (17 dc)
rows 2 and 3 until your scarf is the desired length. Always end after a row 3
repeat. Weave in ends of yarn when you
the peace signs:
Lay out your scarf with the right side facing. Arrange the peace signs in an attractive
pattern. Set peace signs aside in the
order you want to sew them on.
Once you know your arrangement of your peace signs
that you find attractive, using small needle and thread, attach your peace
signs to the scarf.
that you will place half the peace signs on each side of the scarf so be sure
to arrange them facing one direction on the left side of the scarf and reverse
them on the right side of the scarf so they face the normal way and are not
upside down on the second side of the scarf.
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I'm pleased to announce that I've been asked to participate in the Designer Showcase CAL with Melinda Miller and I'm looking forward to sharing my design with you all. Shhh….that’s all I can reveal at this time! :)
Here's the information regarding the CAL so get your yarn and hooks ready.
Melinda Miller from MoCrochetand Melinda Miller Designs on Ravelry is hosting a unique CAL for 2013. This year we will crochet aDesigner Showcase Sampler. It will be comprised of twelve – 12” afghan blocks that are designed by various designers. Each month a mystery Designer will be revealed and you will get to know her and her designs. At the end of the year, you will have enough blocks to make your very own Designer Showcase Afghan to keep for yourself or to give away.
There are many talented crochet Designers, and this year we will put the spotlight on some of them. Please join us in welcoming some of these talented Designers as we create our new afghan. At the first of each month, you will be introduced to a new Designer and her design. She will also be available for questions and chat. Just follow the link to Melinda’s Ravelry group above.