The Wasabi Pop Scarf is a fun pattern to make, made with Premier Yarn Sweet Rolls to give it a color block effect. This is an easy one row repeat and is easy to make once you have the sequence down. It has a lacy look and drape with the warmth of a long super scarf. Here we go…
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Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: 80 inches long by 8 inches wide, excluding fringe.
Premier Yarns Sweet Roll – Color: Wasabi Pop (2 skeins = 490 yards)
Hook: 6.00 mm (US J)
Gauge: 4 rows and 3 ½ pattern repeats in Cluster pattern = 4 inches
I crochet on the loose side, so you may need to go up on the hook size if you crochet tightly. Gauge is not critical to the design.
Abbreviations: In US Terminology
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
sp(s) – space(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
Picot: Ch 3, slip stitch in 3rd chain from hook.
Cluster (CL): *YO, insert hook in specified stitch and draw up a loop to height of a dc, YO, pull through 2 loops on hook; rep from * once more in same stitch, YO pull through all 3 loops on hook.
1. Chain multiples: 4 + 2
2. Written in US terminology.
3. Row 2 – all stitches are worked in the picot of the previous row.
Pattern Starts Here
Row 1: Sl st in 3rd ch from hook, picot made, *sk next 3 chs, (CL, ch3, CL, picot) in next ch, repeat from * across to last 2 chs; sk next ch, dc in last ch. Ch3, picot, turn. (7 picots, 6 CL).
Row 2: *(CL, ch3, CL, picot) in next picot, repeat from * across to last picot; in last picot work 1 dc. Ch3, picot, turn. (7 picots, 6 CL).
Repeat Row 2 for pattern to desired length. End off yarn, weave in all ends.
Cut 5 strands at 22 inches long for each tassel. I made 6 tassels for each end of the scarf.
I used an 11 inch book and wrapped it around to get to 22 inches for each strand. Cut in half, separate and arrange the strands for your tassels to make the fringe. For a How to Make Fringe Tutorial, click HERE.
End of Pattern.
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