- about 100g of yarn
- crochet hook – I used 3.00 mm one
stitches used: chain (ch), slip stitch (sl) & half double crochet (hdc)
Start with a chain stitch, even multiplies of 3 plus 1 extra stitch. I made two scarves, one 24+1 stitches wide, other one 30+1 wide.
ROW 1 (FOUNDATION ROW)
Turn over and work 3 hdc into foundation chain.
Skip 3 stitches in the foundation chain working 3 ch to make a mesh and then work again 3 hdc into foundation, continue like this till the end of the row.
At the end work 1 last hdc into the last chain of the foundation and turn over.
Work 2 ch as first hdc and then 2 extra hdc into the first mesh loop.
Then work 3 ch and 3 hdc into next loop.
Repeat this mesh pattern until the end of the row.
Work the last 3 ch in this row.
Then work 1 hdc but this time not into the loop but into the last stitch of the foundation row.
Repeat steps from the previous row until the scarf is long enough.
Optionally tight bunches of 5-6 yarn pieces to both ends of the scarf. Some bunches can be easily pulled through mesh, others you will have to pull through with the hook.
This is my second attempt to write down crochet pattern so please forgive me and don’t hesitate to correct me if there are any mistakes.