This afternoon I had a one to one session with a lovely customer who wanted to make a scarf for her sister. We had a look online for patterns that she might like but couldn’t find anything that quite matched what she was looking for. So we designed one together!!
This is the pattern that we came up with and we loved it so much that I thought I’d share it with you all! There are no accompanying photos at the moment because I haven’t had the chance to finish mine so please do share yours if you make one.
It’s a rectangular scarf (long and thin rather than cowl/shawl shaped) and is made in alternating blocks of half trebles and lace.
You can make it with any yarn weight (we used super chunky) and matching hook size. Simply adjust the starting chain to be a length that suits the width of the scarf you would like. Due to the lacy sections it would be lovely for summer!
Special stitch back loop half treble (blhtr), yoh put hook through back strand of the v (strand that is furthest from you), yoh, pull back through (3 loops on hook), yoh pull through all 3 loops
Ch20 (or a number that is a multiple of 6 plus 2)
Row 1 make 1htr in 3rd ch from hook and every ch along (18, or the number of chains you started with minus 2)
Row 2 ch2, turn, make 1blhtr in every stitch along
Row 3 repeat row 2
Row 4 *ch6, skip 2 stitches, make 1dc in the following stitch**, repeat from * to ** all the way along (6 loops)
Row 5 ch6, turn, make 1dc in the ch6 loop, ch6, make 1dc in the following loop**, repeat from * to ** all the way along (6 loops)
Row 6 repeat row 5
Row 7 repeat row 5
Row 8 ch2, turn, make 3htr in every ch space along (18 stitches)
Repeat from row 2 to 8 as many times as you like finishing final repeat on row 3
Let me know how you get on!!