Nothing beats the luxurious softness of velvet and this scarf harkens back to a time when luxurious fashion was all the rage. The Victorian Velvet Scarf is brought to us by Mary Beth from Hooked for Life Publishing and is the next free design being launched for the 30 Days of Cozy Guest Designer event!
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The Victorian Scarf
So soft and plush! Super soft, incredibly warm, simple to stitch, the Victorian Velvet Scarf is suitable for beginners on up. The contrasting edging include shells, post stitches, and reverse single crochet or crab stitch
- 315 yds/300g CYCA 5 Bulky weight yarn
- Model is shown in Bernat Velvet in Misty Gray (A) and Velveteal (B)
- Size K / 10.5 / 6.5 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Printable PDF Pattern for the Victorian Scarf
9″ wide x 72″ long
9 sts x 7 rows (4 dc/3 sc) = 4” in alternating rows of
dc and sc
- Bptr = back post treble crochet
- Ch = chain
- Dc = double crochet
- Fptr = front post treble crochet
- RS = right side
- Sc = single crochet
- st = stitch
- WS = wrong side
Bptr: Yo twice, insert hook around throat of next st on back of work, (right to left for right-handed stitchers, left to right for left-handed stitchers), yo draw through st, (yo, draw through 2 loops on hook) 3 times.
Fptr: Yo twice, insert hook around throat of next st on front of work, (right to left for right-handed stitchers, left to right for left-handed stitchers), yo draw through st, (yo, draw through 2 loops on hook) 3 times.
- Skill Level: Easy
- US Terminology
- Ch-3 = 1 dc
- Shell = (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in same st
How to Make this Victorian Scarf
With A, ch 22.
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Ch 3, turn. 21 sc
Row 2 (RS): Dc in each sc across. Ch 1, turn. 21 dc
Row 3 (WS): Sc in each dc across. Ch 3, turn. 21 sc
Rep Rows 2 – 3 for pattern until work measures 60” long or desired length, ending with a Row 3.
On final Row 3, change to B, ch 1, turn.
Row 1 (RS): With B, sc in each sc across. Ch 3, turn.
Row 2 (WS): Dc in next sc, (sk 2 sc, shell in next sc, sk 2 sc, dc in next sc) 3 times, dc in last sc. Ch 3, turn. 3 shells + 6 dc
Row 3: Fptr in next dc, (sk 2 dc, shell in next ch-1 sp, sk 2 dc, fptr in next dc) 3 times, dc in last dc. Ch 3, turn.
Row 4: Bptr in next fptr, (sk 2 dc, shell in next ch-1 sp, sk 2 dc, bptr in next fptr) 3 times, dc in last dc. Ch 3, turn.
Row 5: Fptr in next bptr, (sk 2 dc, shell in next ch-1 sp, sk 2 dc, fptr in next bptr) 3 times, dc in last dc. Ch 3, turn.
Row 6: Rep Row 4, do not ch-3 at end of row. End off.
With RS facing, and B, rep First Side, beginning in the opposite side of foundation ch.
With B, work 1 row reverse sc evenly spaced along each long side of the scarf.
Weave in ends.
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