I found this super fun yarn at Michael’s the other day. It’s Caron® Cakes™ Self Striping Yarn, a multi-purpose variegated yarn that comes in 18 shades each of which contains 5 beautiful colors. I picked up two shades: Cherry Chip and Lilac Frosting. My granddaughter wants a hat and scarf made with the Cherry Chip yarn. I went for the grit stitch scarf. The Crochet Lilac Frosting Scarf (free crochet pattern) is slightly textured and is great for cool weather. The pattern stitch–the grit stitch–creates a dense yet lightweight fabric with a slight diagonal pattern. It’s perfect for the mild winters in Central Florida.
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SKILL LEVEL: Easy
- Caron® Cakes™ yarn, 1 ball, Lilac Frosting, 7.1 oz/200 g; 383 yds (350 m)
- Crochet hook, size U.S. G (4.0mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
- Yarn needle
- Yarn scissors
GAUGE: 14 sts and 16 rows = 4″.
Double crochet (dc)
Single crochet (sc)
Yarn over (yo)
PATTERN STITCH: Single crochet: Insert crochet hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw thru both loops on hook. Double crochet: yo, insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw yarn thru two loops, yo, draw yarn thru last two loops on hook.
- This pattern is written in American Standard crochet terms.
- Any medium worsted weight yarn (4) will work in pattern.
CARE: Wash scarf gently by hand in water no warmer than 86°F (30ºC). Do not bleach. Gently wring out excess water in fabric. Dry flat. Do not iron or dry clean.
BLOCKING: Use a blocking surface and a spray bottle filled with tap water. Pin scarf in place. Spray scarf with water until the fabric is saturated. Leave fabric undistributed until completely dry, usually overnight or up to 24 hours.
MEASUREMENTS: Approximately 6″ wide by 70″ long without fringe.
Crochet Lilac Frosting Scarf Tutorial
ROW 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each st across, turn.
ROW 2: ch 2, sk 1st st, *(sc, dc) in next st, sk next st, rep from * across to last st, sc in last st, turn.
ROW 3: ch 2, (sc, dc) in each dc across, sc in top of turning ch.
Repeat row 3 until scarf measures 70″ long.
FRINGE: Cut 24 strands of yarn each 12-inches long. On each end of the scarf, sl knot 12 strands of yarn in every other st.
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