LAKESHORE BEANIE SCARF

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Lakeshore Beanie Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

This Lakeshore Beanie Scarf was made special for my daughter!  A request to have a beanie with a scarf attached. If you are looking for something different and fun then this is great project.
Perfect for a special gift or to donate for charity.
Designed for the American Crochet – Crafting A Rainbow Of Hope 

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SKILL LEVEL:
Easy
Basic stitches, simple shaping and finishing.

MATERIALS:
Yarns:
1 Ball Elle Pullskein Double Knit – 148 LAKESHORE (100g – approx 330 yards)

Hooks & Notions:
Hook 4.50 mm (clover)
Yarn needle

Abbreviations:
CH – chain
SC – single crochet
DC – double crochet

Size: with my hook and yarn fits my daughter 6 years old – the hat pattern has detailed sizing!

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INSTRUCTIONS:

The beanie part is from the Just My Style Hat from Oombawka Design and can be found HERE!
Due to my yarn and hook I did the Small Adult (Teen) section.

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At the Edging the instructions for the edging is R8-14: Rep R7 – I continued on to RND 16.

Then ONLY do one round of SC. Fasten off and weave in ends.

THE SCARF:

Rejoin yarn into any SC

ROW 1: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 3 DC into SAME ST; SKIP 3 SC;
[work 4 DC into next SC] x 3; TURN
ROW 2: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); SKIP 4 DC; just like in the hat pattern work  between the sets of 4 DC; work 1 DC into LAST DC of row; TURN
ROW 3: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 3 DC into space after FIRST DC; just like in the hat pattern work  between the sets of 4 DC; work 4 DC into LAST DC of row; TURN

Repeat row 2 & 3 until a total of 40/45 rows have been worked – this part can be worked in ANY length.

Optional – fasten off and rejoin new yarn – I used cream

ROW 1: CH 1; work 1 SC into each DC across (16 SC); TURN
ROW 2: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into each SC across (16 DC); TURN
ROW 3-10: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into EACH ST across (16 DC); TURN

Start to decrease
NEXT ROW: SC2tog; work 1 SC into each ST until last 2 STS; SC2tog; TURN
NEXT ROW: CH 3 (counts as 1 DC); work 1 DC into each across; TURN

Repeat these last two rows until only 4 STS left;
SC2tog x 2: TURN
SC2tog;
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Repeat on other side.
NOTE: my back section of the beanie in-between the two scarf sections is shorter than the front.

Then I made two pom poms and attached them on each end of the scarf sections
I had a small applique flower left over from a previous project that my daughter wanted me to sew onto the side.

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