Crochet…An Inspired Lace Scarf

(June 29, 2007…. I will be updating this pattern with a different yarn, new photo and pattern corrections soon! If you have any questions before then just leave me a comment!)

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As found in the 2005 Crochet Pattern-A-Day Calendar!!

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An Inspired Lace Scarf

Copyright 2004 Wool and Flax Designs, Rebecca Burr.

Materials:

H hook
large tapestry needle
3 balls Red Heart Cotton Twist
(3.5 oz, 100g, 186 yds per ball)

Note: Weave in yarn ends as you work.

Lace Square (make 10) measures 6in.x 6 in. before blocking.

Chain (ch) 6, join to form a ring, ch 3 (this counts as 1st dc), 2 dc in ring, *ch3, 3 dc in ring*, repeat from * to * twice, ch 3, join with sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch 3.

2nd Round: Ch 3, 2 dc in same space, *ch 6, sk 1 dc, 3 dc in nxt dc, ch 2, 3 dc in nxt dc*, repeat from * to * twice, ch 6, sk 1 dc, 3 dc in nxt dc, ch 2, join with sl st in 3rd ch of beg. ch.

3rd Round: Sl st to nxt dc, ch 3, 2 dc in same space, *ch 4, sc in nxt loop, ch 4, 3 dc in center dc of nxt 3dc group, ch 2, 3 dc in center dc of nxt 3dc group*, repeat from * to * twice, ch 4, sc in nxt loop, ch 1 3 dc in center dc of next 3dc group, ch 2, join with sl st in 3rd ch of beg. ch 3.

4th Round: Sl st to nxt dc, ch 3, 2 dc in same space, *ch 4, sc over end of nxt loop, sc in nxt sc, sc over beg. of nxt loop, ch 4, 3 dc in center dc of nxt 3dc group, ch 5, 3 dc in center dc of nxt 3dc group*, repeat from * to * twice. Ch 4, sc over end of nxt loop, sc in nxt sc, sc over beg. of nxt loop, ch 4, 3 dc in center dc of nxt 3dc group, ch 5, join with sl st in 3rd ch of beg. ch 3.

5th Round: Sl st to nxt dc, ch 3, 2 dc in same space, [*ch3, sc over end of nxt loop, 1 sc in each of the nxt 3 sc, sc over beg. of nxt loop, ch 3, 3 dc in center dc of nxt 3dc group, ch 2, dc in center ch of nxt loop, ch 2,] 3 dc in center dc of next 3 dc group*, repeat from * to * twice. Repeat from [ to ], and join with sl st in 3rd ch of beg. ch 3.

6th Round: Sl st to nxt dc, ch 3, 2 dc in same space, [*ch 2, sk 1 sc, 1 sc in each of the nxt 3 sc, ch 2, 3 dc in center dc of nxt 3dc group, ch 2, dc in nxt dc, ch 3, dc in same st, ch 2], 3 dc in center dc of next 3dc group*, repeat from * to * twice. Repeat from [ to ], and join with sl st in 3rd ch of beg. ch 3. Fasten off.

With yarn and large tapestry needle, whipstitch squares together holding right sides together, stitching thru the back bars of each stitch, to form a long strip.

Edging

Round 1: Sc around in each stitch, working 23 sc along the side of each square, increasing by 1 stitche on each corner, (each corner should end up with a 2 sc group after increases), fasten off. You should end up with 510 sc. It is important to get this number of stitches for the next round.

Round 2: Attach yarn with a sl st in the second sc of 2sc group in corner. (You will be working a short end first). [Sk 3 sc, trc in nxt sc, 9 more trc in same stitch. Sk 3 sc, sc in nxt sc (first fan completed). *Sk 3 sc, 10 trc in nxt sc, sk 3 sc, sc in nxt sc*. Repeat from * to * 30 times. Sk 3 sc, 10 trc in nxt sc, sk 2 sc, sc in nxt sc.] Repeat from [to], join with sl st, fasten off. There will be a total of 64 fans, 3 on each end and 29 along each side.

Fringe

Cut 60 pieces of yarn 16″ long.
Using 10 strands for each fringe, attach between the 5th & 6th trc on each fan.
(Fold lengths of yarn in half to forma loop, pull loop thru between stitches, pull yarn ends thru this loop. Tug on them a bit to secure.) Do this on both ends for a total of 6 fringe. Trim to even up fringe if neccesary.

Weave in any leftover yarn ends and block if needed.

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This pattern is an original design created and owned by Wool & Flax Designs/Rebecca Burr and is protected by copyright. Please do not post it to any other site or claim it as your own. Please do not make alterations to the pattern, rename it and claim it as your own. That is stealing. You may link back to this page to share the pattern with others. You are may not sell items produced using this pattern without my permission and under no condition are you to sell the pattern itself. If you have any questions, I can be contacted by email at heartknits(at)mail2rebecca(dot)com.

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19 responses

17 01 2008
Sharon

I absolutely love it. It is stunning. I am going to have a go at it. Not too sure if I can do it any justice but I will try.

Thanks so much for sharing.

Kindest regards
Sharon

24 01 2008
knitty, witty, woo

Do you think it would be possible to do this 2 or 3 motifs wide for a shawl?

24 01 2008
knitty, witty, woo

Sorry….also meant to add how stunning it is.

28 12 2008
carol fetherston

A beautiful scarf. I would like to try some more crochet (just finished a scarf in Queen Annes lace and I love it) to give my arm a rest from so much knitting- Christmas scarves and hats for 14 people! Carol

24 04 2009
Colleen

This is lovely. Thank you for sharing the pattern with all of us.

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2 01 2010
Erin

Thanks for sharing this pattern. It is absolutely beautiful!

5 02 2011
CookD

Love the scarf. I have tried this pattern twice now and have not have success with it. Am I reading the pattern wrong.
9 dc +ch3 spaces in first round?

22 05 2011
kate

CookD i think it’s more like 12dc + ch3 spaces in the first round.. i’m starting it right now and i was confused also but i’m looking right at the picture, it should be 12dc..

3 10 2011
Peggie

This is beautiful, hope the one I do will look as good!
Thank you.

6 12 2011
katty

Katty
Will try real hard to make it turn out as lovely as the picture. i may not put the tassles on the end but taper it instead. All the credit goes to you!

1 09 2012
janet evans

Is it me, or is this pattern really hard to read? Has anyone charted it? Are there corrections?

1 09 2012
Dee

I’ve tried this scarf three times now. It is a beautiful piece but the directions are wrong. I can’t find the pattern anywhere else.

1 09 2012
janet evans

Well, I’m glad it’s not just me. A shame, too. Still, I have several stitch dictionaries with lots of beautiful granny square motifs. Any would work using the same technique. I guess the trick is to find one with 35 stitches along the edge in order to use this border. Thanks for getting back to me.

Rebecca, has anyone corrected the pattern? Just charting it would be helpful.

18 09 2012
Dot Baum

If someone figures it out or charts it, please let me know…I’m new at this ; lve this beautiful scarf!

2 01 2013
Judy

What does sc over end of nest loop mean? also sc over beg. of next loop?

7 02 2013
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27 02 2013
Jessica Simpson

Lovely scarf. I am working on it and I think I have found an error. In round three, I believe the “ch 1” near the end should be a “ch 4” to follow the rest of the pattern. I am currently working on the edging, and so far it has been pretty smooth sailing other than that! This is my first granny square project. Thank you for sharing! My only suggestion would be to clean up the pattern a bit so it can be read easier, but I made my way through it nevertheless. Thank you again!

29 10 2013
yvonne

Hi all it looks like when the pattern says repeat twice it should say repeat three times then it works.

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