Saturday, 10 February 2018

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Fantail Shell Stitch Scarf - free crochet pattern and video tutorial!



Want a scarf to match your fingerless gloves? Your wish is my command!





Here is a simple fantail shell stitch pattern for an infinity cowl, you can however leave it as a long flat scarf if you prefer! I simply sewed the ends together using a whip stitch to convert it to a long loop I can wrap around my neck.



Without further ado, here is the pattern!

Pattern notes:


·         USA / American Terms

·         Hook size: 4.5mm

·         Yarn: Cygnet Boho Spirit from Mrs Snufflebean – I used 1 and a half balls in colourway “Zen”

·         Repeat pattern between the asterisks * …….. *




Stitches / abbreviations used:


·         Ch = Chain
·         Sc = Single Crochet
·         Hdc = Half Double Crochet
·         Dc = Double Crochet
·         Sp= space



·         Shell  = (3dc, ch1, 3dc) all into the same stitch
·         Hdc v-stitch = (hdc, ch1, hdc)  all into the same stitch





Want to learn how to do the basic stitches? See my video tutorials here!



Fantail Shell Stitch Scarf pattern video:




Fantail Shell Stitch CHART:




Fantail Shell Stitch Written Pattern:


The stitch is worked over 4 rows.

Multiple of 10 + 2

Ch42

Row 1 (set up row)

1sc in 2ch from hook, 1sc in next ch.

*skip 3ch, shell in next ch, skip 3ch, 1sc in next ch, ch1, skip 1ch, 1sc in next ch* repeat 2 more times

Skip 3ch, shell in next ch, skip 3ch, 1sc in each of last 2 ch.

Turn


Row 2

Ch2 (counts as hdc), 1hdc in same stitch.

*ch3, sc in ch1 sp of shell, ch3, hdc v-stitch into next ch1 sp* repeat 3 more times

Ch3,  sc in ch1 sp of shell, ch3, 2hdc in top of last stitch.

Turn


Row 3

Ch3 (counts as dc), 3dc into same stitch

*1sc in ch3 sp, ch1, 1sc in next ch3 sp, shell in ch1 of hdc v-stitch from row below* repeat 2 more times

1sc in ch3 sp, ch1, 1sc in ch3 sp, 4dc in top of ch2 from row below.

Turn


Row 4

Ch1, 1sc in same stitch

*ch3, hdc v stitch into next ch1 sp, ch3, 1sc in ch1 sp of shell* repeat 3 more times placing last sc into the top of the ch3 from row below.

Turn


Row 5

Ch1, 1sc in same stitch

*1sc in ch3 sp, shell in ch1 sp of hcd v-stitch from row below, 1sc in next ch3 sp, ch1* repeat 2 more times

1sc in ch3 sp, shell in ch1 sp of hdc v stitch from row below, 1sc in ch3 sp, 1sc into last stitch.

Turn

Repeat rows 2 – 5 until scarf is desired length.

6 comments:

  1. Just discovered your blog through instagram, I think you're amazing! Thank you for the joy of reading your blog and the beautiful patterns!

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  2. Your tutorial is extremely helpful. As a beginner it helps so much to be able to see your movements so clearly. Amazing pattern. Can't wait to finish making mine. Thanks!

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  3. Gorgeous pattern, Thank you! Now we just need a hat.......

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  4. Love the scarf and working on it right now! Would admittedly like a hat pattern as well if you have a chance.

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