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How to Crochet a Bright Blossoms Scarf

What do you do with crocheted motifs? You can join them together to form a scarf like this one!

What do you do with crocheted motifs? You can join them together to form a scarf like this one!

Here is a link to a much larger photo of the scarf: i39.tinypic.com/1zm1ezn.jpg

Here is a link to a closeup of the crocheted motifs: i43.tinypic.com/51pzch.jpg

Here are the materials you will need to crochet this scarf:

3 ounces Red Heart Super Saver Pretty n' Pink worsted weight yarn

Size H crochet hook

Yarn needle (for weaving ends in)

Scissors

Size: Each motif equals 3 1/2" in diameter. Connect as many motifs as desired to reach the size needed. The scarf pictured fits an 8-9 year old child and consists of 15 motifs.

Motif One:

Round One: Chain five, join with a slip stitch in the first chain to form a ring, chain one, work twelve single crochets into the chain five ring you just made, join with a slip stitch in the first single crochet of round (you now have a total of twelve single crochets in Round One).

Round Two: Chain three, work one double crochet into the same single crochet as the beginning chain three, work two double crochets in the next single crochet and in each single crochet around, join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you will now have a total of twenty-four double crochets in Round Two).

Round Three: Chain three, * skip one double crochet, slip stitch in the next double crochet, chain three, repeat these instructions from the * around, joining with a slip stitch in the base of the beginning chain three (you will now have a total of twelve chain three spaces).

Round Four: Slip stitch into the first chain three space, chain five, * slip stitch in the next chain three space, chain five, repeat these instructions from the * around, joining with a slip stitch in the base of the beginning chain five (you will now have a total of twelve chain five space). Fasten off and weave ends in securely.

Motifs Two-Fifteen:

You will now make fourteen more motifs, joining the motifs together in Round Four.

Rounds One-Three: Work the same as for Motif One.

Round Four: Slip stitch into the first chain three space, chain two (on working motif), hold finished motif and working motif wrong sides together, slip stitch into any chain five space on finished motif, chain two, slip stitch in the next chain three space on working motif, chain two, slip stitch into the next chain five space on finished motif, chain two, slip stitch into the next chain three space onworking motif, * chain five, slip stitch into the next chain three space on working motif, * repeat from * around, joining witha slip stitch in the base of the beginning chaintwo. Fasten off and weave ends in securely.

Join the rest of the motifs in this manner (by connecting the motifs together at the two center "petals"). You will have four free "petals" on each side of the connecting petals.

Enjoy! Feel free to sell any items you make from my patterns in your etsy stores or elsewhere.

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Comments (3)

This is good for my wife. I'll have no votes left so I'll come back and vote this one up.

I hope you have a website for your crochet pattens! very skilled and detailed information.

Good article! Here's a great website for FREE crochet patterns: www.freecrochetpattern.weebly.com

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