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Crochet Ruffle Scarf
My first attempt at a crochet ruffle scarf a little while back was with some Patons Pirouette Yarn. I never thought I’d work with this yarn but once I tried it, it wasn’t so bad. I have some gifts to make and thought a few of these ruffle scarfs would be nice and this time I’m trying out the Red Heart Sashay yarn with the same technique I used for the other scarf I made.
I get told their are different ways, supposedly easier ways but this is the way I like to work them up, I have not found another way that works up as nice as this approach. Most other methods all have a seam/edging that I don’t like.
Crochet Ruffle Scarf free pattern
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Red Heart Boutique Sashay 1 ball
4 sts = 42″
5 sts = 36″
**I start working in the 6th and 5th working spaces, first 2 ch’s are worked through 2 layers of yarn.**
Rnd 1: sc in each ch across, turn (5 sc)
Rnd 2+: rep rnd 1 until the end of your ball.
To finish off I used a heavy duty thread and weaved it through the cut edge of the yarn and tied it off in a few knots to the last sc, trim off thread.
The original video I watched on how to crochet with this type of yarn was hard to watch because it was jumpy and out of focus. I figured out the basics and really didn’t have any problems learning how to work with this yarn but it seems as though others had a hard time because the camera didn’t follow the work so I have made my own video to try to help you along.
|Create Date||November 29, 2013|
|Last Updated||February 2, 2015|
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