The Ocean Air Scarf is a medium to lighter weight scarf that celebrates the soothing sounds and gentle breezes of the sea.
Inspired by the Arugula Scarf pattern, this scarf is quick to work up lengthwise and finished with a lovely scallop edging, reminiscent of ocean waves.
Ocean Air Scarf
By Jennifer Dickerson
- J (6.0 mm) Crochet Hook
- 1.2 Skeins Wool of the Andes Tweeds (worsted weight, “Thirst Heather” colorway
- Tapestry Needle (for weaving in ends)
- Width: 3 inches at the widest part of scallop
- Length: 60 inches
Foundation Row: In the 4th chain from the hook, work a dc, then work one dc in each ch to the end of the row.
Row 1: Turn, ch 3 and work 1 dc in the first stitch and in each stitch to the end of row.
Repeat this row two more times.
Scallop Row: Turn, ch 3 and work 4 dc into the first st. In the next st, work a slip stitch. Skip the next st. In the next st work 5 dc, slip stitch in the next st, skip the next st. Continue working this sequence (5 dc, sl st in next st, skip next st) until reaching the end of the row, ending on a scallop (5 dc). Work one more sl st in that same stitch that you worked the 5 dc to finish off the last scallop. This will round it off and make it look more finished.
Weave in all ends. Block if needed.
© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
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