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Triangle Head Scarf

Discussion in 'Knitting & Crochet' started by meja, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. meja

    meja Gold IL'ite

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    I just finished crocheting this headscarf 2 days ago. I made this for my daughter. This one is suitable for ages 6-10.
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    here's a quick instructions:

    Pattern
    ch 5, form ring
    Row 1: ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, 1ch now and throughout the pattern), (dc, ch1 in ring)x2 dc in ring turn.

    Row 2: ch4, dc in 1st dc, ch1, (dc in next space, ch 1) across, dc in last dc. Repeat row 2 to desired length.

    Once you get to the length (or about to get your desired length, for the last 3 rows change the color of yarn according to your choice) and width you want, chain 46, in second chain from hook sc in every chain giving you 45 sc on your chain. (If you want longer ties, make a longer chain).

    Continue making single crochets down the side of the triangle. Make two single crochets around each double crochet or chain 3 whichever is there.
    When you get to the point of the triangle, place five sc in the space at the point. (Your original chain 5 ring).
    Continue as before making single crochets down the side of the triangle. Make two single crochets around each double crochet or chain 3 whichever is there.
    When you get to the next corner, place 2 single crochet around the dc then chain 46 for next tie. Sc in second chain from hook, same as before. You will have 45 sc on your chain.
    Sc in top of turning dc and in ch 1 sp, (sc in top of next dc and next chain space) across. Finish with a sc in top of last dc and slip stitch into back side of first chain on first tie strap. Cut and finish thread.
     
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    L69 Gold IL'ite

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    nice scarf,neatly done
     
  3. meja

    meja Gold IL'ite

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    thanks Latha, I'm working on a new mobile pouch. I'm using a crochet thread this time and it's really time consuming.
     
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    Hi Meja.[​IMG] to IL and Crochet forum. nice scarf. So you made it for your little angel :) Yes, cotton threads are so thin and it is very time consuming. If you prefer to use polywool you can use it for mobile pouches as it will help you finish your work quick and long lasting, easy to wash & dry too. Happy Crocheting.
     
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    beautiful one dear.. i will also try one for my daughter
     
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    Neatly done Meja. Good work.
     
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    Shanvy IL Hall of Fame

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    Good work, meja. make it with 2 threads for strength and longevity.
     
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    Meja, so cute and lovely.
     
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    Thank you ladies for liking:), actually if you prefer to make one for adult or bigger ones just continue adding rows.
    I finally finished the mobile pouch I'm crocheting and will post a pic later.
     

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