Penelope’s Flirty Scarf
Penelope’s Flirty Scarf is so versatile that it can be worn in so many ways, including a scarf or turban. Within 2 to 3 hours, you’ll have something lovely for a bridesmaid or a picnic. You’ll find the pattern is written in such a way that you can modify the width or length very easily to suit your size or outfit. Imagine adding fringe!
“I’ve been looking for a shawl to crochet for my wedding in May- I want one that will be long enough for a shawl but also broad enough for a veil, or a head covering during the wedding. Most are too heavy but this is so lacy!
I will also make a shawl for my sister who is my bridesmaid. Thank you!”
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1 ball of I Love This Yarn or Red Heart With Love – 4 medium – 4 ounces
Q-hook 19/ 15.75mm
fsc – foundation single crochet
sc – single crochet
dc- double crochet
yo- yarn over
Fsc – ch3, insert hk into 2nd ch from hk, yo, pull up lp, yo, pull lp through 1st lp (2 lps on hk), yo, pull lp through both lps on hk*. 1fsc complete. To continue insert hk into “chain” from previous fsc (bottom lp), repeat from * to * until all fscs are completed.
Gauge – not crucial for this pattern
Pattern is worked back and forth without seams. Work in multiples of 2+4. The turning chain counts as a stitch. All double crochets are worked in the front loop only with the exception of the last double crochet of the row being worked in both loops of the 3rd ch of the turning ch.
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Row 1: Fsc 17, ch 4, turn
Row 2-29: Sk 1, dc, *ch 1, sk 1, dc, repeat from * 8 times, ch 4, turn – 9 sts
Row 30: Sk 1, dc, *ch 1, sk 1, dc, repeat from * 8 times, ch 1, turn – 9 sts
Row 31: sc across using both loops in each st across, fasten off, sew in the ends
If you like this scarf, will be also like this shawl: Penelope’s Flirty Shawl free crochet pattern