SUNSHINE SCARF – Contributor Post

SUNSHINE SCARF – Contributor Post


Sunshine Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

This Sunshine Scarf is inspired from the beautiful sunny weather we have in Florida –
hence, the golden yellow used.

I want to specially thank Joanita Theron, Owner/Designer of Creative Crochet Workshop who has offered to share this pattern with everyone on her website.

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Yarn: Deborah Norville Bright Colors Yellow
Size: 3 baby yarn
Hook: Boye Aluminum G
Darning Needle Stainless Steel Small

Stitches Used:

Sl St – Slip Stitch
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
2dcCL – Two double crochet cluster
Beg 2dcCL – Beginning two double crochet cluster
Beg 2dcCL – Ch 3, dc in next st pulling yarn through all three loops

2dcCL – dc in next st, dc in next st pulling last 3 loops together.

Gauge: It doesn’t matter

 Joanita’s Notes: I made my scarf with Crochet No 5 yellow thread and a 3, 00 mm hook.
I added an extra row after R3 before creating the little ‘butterfly’.


Beg: Ch 410+2

R1: Dc in 4th ch from hook (2 dc made); 8 dc in 8 chs (10 dc total),* ch 10, skip 10 chs; 10 dc in next 10 chs, repeat from * across row ending with 10 dc.

R2: Ch3 turn (ch3 always counts as beg dc), 9 dc, * skip 10 chs, make 11 chs, dc in next 10 dc across, repeat from * ending with 10 dc.

R3: Ch 3 turn, 9 dc, skip 10 chs, ch 10, repeat across ending with 10 dc.

R4: Ch 3 turn, 9 dc,* ch 5, sc around chs of R1 and R2, ch 5, 10 dc, repeat from * across ending in 10 dc.



E1: Ch1, turn work around to end. Sc evenly 8 times across end. turn

E2: Ch 3, dc in next sc, pull thru all loops on hook making a 2dcCL,* ch 1 2dcCL in next 2 sc, x3 (4 CL total). Turn.
E3: Sl st into ch 1 sp, 2dcCL, ch 1 x 2, 2dcCL, Turn (total 3 cls)

E4: Sl st into ch 1 sp, 2dcCL, ch 1, 2dcCL, Turn

E5,E6, E7: Sl st into ch 1 sp, 2dcCL; ch 3 turn, dc in middle of previous cl, repeat to row E7. FASTEN OFF AND WEAVE IN ENDS.


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