FREE crochet pattern
SUNday is a cheerful sunny scarf, and just what we all need to hurry Spring on her way. Crocheted lace is one of my favorite springtime indulgences. This stitch pattern, worked on the bias, offers interest during crocheting and produces a naturally scalloped edge. Worked in WeCrochet’s Upcycle Alpaca, a drapey DK weight, the alpaca makes it nice and soft, while the silk and Tencel give it a gorgeous sheen. This one-skein scarf is a quick project, so why not make two and gift the second to a very special person in your life!
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A little info
Stitches: Ch, sl st, beg V-st (ch 4, DC) V-st (DC, ch 1, DC) W-st (DC, ch 1, DC ch 1, DC)
Yarn: 200 yards DK (WeCrochet’s Upcycle Alpaca, alpaca/silk/Tencel, 1 skein)
Sizes: Approx. 5” wide x 62” long, unblocked (if you use a whole skein of Upcycle Aplaca)
Gauge: 3 V-sts x 3 rows = 2” approx.
Notes: Ch 4 in beg V-st counts as (DC, ch1) and ch 3 at the beginning for row 3 counts as a DC.
Let's get hookin'!
Row 1) V-st in 5th ch from hook, *sk 2 chs, V-st in next ch* eight times, sk 2 chs, W-st in last ch. Ch 1. Turn. = 9 V-sts
Row 2) Sl in 1st ch-1 sp, beg V-st in same ch-1 sp, V-st in each ch-1 sp to end. Ch 1. Turn. = 11 V-sts
Row 3) Sl in 1st ch-1 sp, ch 3, *V-st in next ch-1 sp* to last ch-1 sp, W-st in last ch-1 sp. Ch 1. Turn. = 9 V-sts
Repeat rows 2-3 until desired length or until you run out of yarn. Finish off. Weave in ends.
Yup, that’s literally the whole entire thing. Wasn’t that the most enjoyable and stress-free little piece of crochet you’ve ever done? Now you’re ready to spring in style! I hope you’ve enjoyed this pattern. I’d love to see your finished scarf! Share your project on social media with the hashtag #RowsAndRosesSUNday so we can all see how you’ve made it your own! As always, if you have any questions, just ask. I’m easy to find 🙂
5 thoughts on “SUNday FREE PATTERN!”
Since it’s 2020 could a cute vintage cloche pattern be made? Possibly a felted one.
Would you like to see a 20’s inspired cloche next? I’m sure I could manage that 🙂 I don’t do much with felting at the moment, so I’m not sure I could make that work…