Chunky Butterfly Scarf

Chunky Butterfly Scarf

 CHUNKY BUTTERFLY SCARF|SCARF OF THE MONTH FEBRUARY 2016|CREATIVE CROCHET WORKSHOP
 I am extremely excited to bring you this
Chunky Butterfly Scarf (The February Mystery Pattern)
as part of the 
Scarf Of The Month Club!
Amy From the Stitchin Mommy & Rhondda from Oombawka Design has started this club to bring you a Free Crochet Pattern for a scarf, infinity scarf, or cowl/neckwarmer, twice a month through  to December 2016. By the end of December, you will have 24 free crochet patterns for scarves to choose from to create and share as gifts!
The Scarf of the Month Club posts will be available on the second Sunday of every month, with the final scarf patterns available on December 11, 2016. This will give you plenty of time if you need to make one for last minute Christmas Gifts!

SKILL LEVEL:
Intermediate

MATERIALS:
Yarns:
Elle Pure Gold Chunky
3 x colors 100 grams balls

Information on my yarn:
Weight: Bulky / Chunky
Texture: Plied
Fiber: Acrylic (100%)
Needles: 4.5 mm (7 US) (7 UK), 5. 5mm (9 US) (5 UK)
Gauge: 15 sts / 1 0cm (4″)
Balls: 100g; 15 1m (165 yds)
Care: Machine wash (30 C)

Hooks & Notions:
Hook 4,50 mm
Yarn needle

GAUGE:
Not necessary to complete this project

Finished Size:
Size will depend on hook and yarn used.
Approx – 112 cm to 125 cm in length

Notes:

ABBREVIATIONS:
SC – single crochet
DC – double crochet
SL ST – slip stitch

 

I use US Crochet stitch terminology
 

Instructions:
CH 168

FOUNDATION ROW:
Right Side
Work 1 SC into 2nd CH from hook, work 1 SC into each CH until end (167 SC), TURN

ROW 1: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC), work 2 DC into first ST leaving last loop of each DC on hook, YARN OVER HOOK and draw through all 3 loops on hook (2 DC CLUSTER),
*SKIP 3 STS, WORK 2 DC CLUSTER into next ST, CH 3, SL ST into same ST as last CLUSTER, CH 5, SKIP 4 STS, SL ST into next ST, CH 3, 2 DC CLUSTER into same ST as SL ST, repeat from * to last 4 STS, SKIP 3 STS, 2 DC CLUSTER into last ST, CH 3, SL ST into same ST as CLUSTER, TURN

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROW 2: CH 3, * work 3 DC into top of next CLUSTER, leaving last loop of each on hook, YARN OVER HOOK and draw through all 4 loops on hook (3 DC CLUSTER), CH 3, work 3 DC CLUSTER into same place as last 3 DC CLUSTER, CH 2, SL ST into 3rd of 5 CH, CH 2, repeat from * ending last repeat with (3 DC CLUSTER, CH 3, 3 DC CLUSTER) into top of next CLUSTER, TURN

 

 

 

 

 

ROW 3: CH 1, *work 5 SC into 3 CH space between CLUSTER of previous row, CH 4, repeat from * ending last repeat with 5 SC into last 3 CH space, TURN

 

 

 

ROW 4: (optional – COLOR CHANGE) CH 1, *work 1 SC into each of next 5 STS, work 4 SC into 4 CH space, repeat from *ending with 1 SC into each of last 5 STS, TURN

 

 

Repeat these 4 ROWS twice more.
Fasten off and weave in all ends.

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Amazing!! Thank you very much for your quick reply Joanita 🙂 Can't wait to start ^.^ (I have a long train trip today… so I'm hoping to get cracking there! 🙂

  2. Author

    Hi 🙂 I did a quick calculation and it worked out = multiply by 9 + 6 extra sts on the starting chain.
    Original chain 168 = 167 SC (9 x 18 + 5) – hope this helps. There is room for error since it is not tested. But the pattern works over a 9 st count with 1 st in the start and 4 st last 🙂

  3. Hello! I just *love* this pattern and I'm hoping to make it for my Mum for her birthday ^.^ – just wanted to ask a quick question – if I wanted to lengthen the scarf how many chains per "pattern block" do I need? Thank you! Can't wait to make this gorgeous scarf!!! ^.^

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