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Susan’s Crocheted Lace Scarf Pattern
     

Susan’s Crocheted Lace Scarf Pattern

by Susan Kennedy
 
This ebook is a crochet pattern for a loose, almost net-like lacy scarf which is super fast to crochet when you make it with a monster size N hook! (Not that you have to- you can also use other hook sizes). Whether made with a smaller hook or huge one, the oversize-shell-and-cluster motif is highly dimensional, producing cable-like ridges in your work. So satisfying!

Overview

This ebook is a crochet pattern for a loose, almost net-like lacy scarf which is super fast to crochet when you make it with a monster size N hook! (Not that you have to- you can also use other hook sizes). Whether made with a smaller hook or huge one, the oversize-shell-and-cluster motif is highly dimensional, producing cable-like ridges in your work. So satisfying! You can either simply use the motif to make a scarf as specifically directed in the pattern, or you can use the motif to make any rectangular project, like an afghan (these instructions are also included). You will use sc, dc, decr dc, chain, slip stitch and tc, and see the note below for materials.

You'll need: size H, J or N aluminum hook, standard light weight or medium weight yarn, one skein or two for a longer scarf. This scarf grows in length as you go.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016069111
Publisher:
Susan Kennedy
Publication date:
12/14/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
229 KB

Meet the Author

Susan Kennedy is an artist and designer who lives and works in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She finds inspiration for her paintings and design work in nature, children's literature, and current culture. Animals, flowers, natural shapes in the ocean and forest all inspire Susan to create stitches, appliques, scarves and many more fanciful crocheted items. Working in cotton thread and all types of yarn, Susan always has a crochet hook in hand, ready to explore a new idea.

Susan also works in oil and watercolor, showing paintings around the Southeastern United States and teaching landscape in Forsyth County. You can visit www.susankennedy.com to see Susan's fine art work or www.susanshippiecrochet.blogspot.com to find out about her latest crochet creations!

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