Shipwrecked

FREE crochet pattern
Shipwrecked

How many times have I heard, “Oh what a beautiful yarn! But… I just don’t know what to make with it?” Too many times to count! This gorgeous slubby yarn, hand-dyed by Treehouse Knits, just cries out to be touched. So let’s make it shine! Shipwrecked calls to mind tattered sails and sunken treasure. Worked from one end to the other, you can enjoy this simple lacy stitch pattern right up until you run out of yarn, or until you feel that your scarf is long enough. No need to measure, and once you’ve mastered the stitches, no need to count. Shipwrecked is truly the epitome of easy and enjoyable crochet.

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Details

Stitches:  Ch, sc, standing dc (sdc,) dc
Yarn:  Treehouse Knits Slub in “Jarrahdale,” (fingering #1, 438 yards/100g) 1 skein
Hook:  I9/5.5mm
Sizes:  6” wide, length is completely customized

Gauge:  20 st x 9 rows = 4” unblocked

NOTES:
I have found that unblocked looks best in this yarn, for this particular pattern. So no need to block your Shipwrecked 🙂

Shipwrecked

Let's get wrecked!

Pattern:

Ch 30

Row 1) SC in 2nd ch from hook and across. Turn.  = 29 st

Row 2) SDC in 1st st, *ch 3, sk 3, DC; rep from * to end. Turn.

Row 3) SDC in 1st st, *(DC, ch 2, DC) in ch-3 sp, DC; rep from * to end. Turn.

Row 4) SDC in 1st st, * ch 1, sk 1, DC in ch-1 sp, ch 1, sk 1, DC in next DC; rep from * to end. Turn. 

Rep Rows 2-4 until you feel your scarf is long enough, or until you run out of yarn.

Cut yarn, weave in ends.

Shipwrecked on table

All finished! Wow, just look at your super cool scarf. I’m so proud of you! I’d love to see your creation. Just share a pic to your favorite social media and tag it #RowsAndRosesShipwrecked and @RowsAndRoses so we can all see how awesome you are. As always, if you need me, I’m only a click or two away.

Sati Glenn, owner and operator of Rows and Roses Fiberworks. 

Email: sati@rowsandroses.com

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