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Sunday, January 14, 2007

Pattern: Crocheted Ozark Scarf

Photo coming next week!

1 skein of Ozark Handspun, 2 if you want a longer fuller scarf
4 yards of 5/8" Hanah Silk ribbon
P Crochet Hook
Optional: 2 boxes of Chips or Ruffles by Trendsetter Yarns

Using a P crochet hook, chain 48”. Do 4-5 chains depending on the yardage in the skein. Cut ribbon in 8” lengths. Place all the chains side by side. Tie together the outer two, the middle two, another two, alternating irregularly until all the ribbons are used up. You may want to place the ribbons before tying them to ensure that they are more or less evenly placed.

Using leftover yarn, tie on chips and/or ruffles at the end of the chained strands and throughout the scarf.

Use 2 skeins of Ozark to lengthen or double the number of strands.
Use 1” ribbon instead of 5/8” or mix the 2 sizes.

Design by Carol Porter for Ozark Handspun, Spring 2007

Printing Instructions: To print, highlight this pattern using 'click & drag.' Right-click the mouse button and click on 'Print'. Follow the instructions for your printer.



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