It's been storming but I can't wait until Spring! I have had this yarn for a long time and one day during my lunch hour, I decided to finally make something!
For this scarf pattern, I used 1 cake of Lion Brand's Mandala in the color Pegasus for the Pattern & Tutorial and Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn in Sand Dunes for this one pictured below. You can definitely use any worsted weight yarn.
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Most of my crochet patterns are adjustable to use with any weight yarn and customizable for any size. This one is extremely easy to customize. I don't typically make a gauge swatch for a scarf because it doesn't matter if i'm off a little. What you chain will be pretty close to the size you get. In this case, it will be the width.
Light Weight Yarn - I used Lion Brand Yarn, Mandala in Pegasus
US I - 5.5mm Crochet Hook: Knitter's Pride Zing
ch - Chain
st(s) - Stitch(es)
sl st(s) - Slip Stitch(es)
sk - Skip
sp - Space
beg - Beginning
rem - Remaining
rep - Repeat
sc - Single Crochet
hdc - Half Double Crochet
dc - Double Crochet
tr - Treble Crochet
The beg ch sts usually counts as a st except for the ch1.
Foundation: ch 36 or any number of its in multiples of 6 + 3
1hdc in 4th ch from hook (these 3 ch sts count as hdc & ch2), *ch3, sk 3 ch sts, 1hdc in next st, ch1, sk1, 1hdc. Rep from * until 5 sts. End with ch3, sk3, 1hdc in each of the last 2 sts.
Row 1: ch1, 1sc in same st, ch2, 3dc sts in ch3 sp from last row, ch2, *1sc in ch1 sp from previous row, ch2, 3dc in ch3 sp from last row, ch2. Rep from * until last st. 1sc in turning ch.
Row 2: ch6 (counts as 1tr st & ch1), 1hdc in first dc st, ch1, sk next dc st, 1hdc in next st, *ch3, 1hdc in first dc st, ch1, sk next dc st, 1hdc in next st. Rep from * to end. End with ch1, 1tr in sc st from previous row.
Row 3: ch3 (counts as dc), 1dc in ch1 sp, ch2, *1sc in next ch1 sp, ch2, 3dc sts in ch3 sp, ch2. Rep from * to end. End with 1sc in last ch1 sp, ch2, 2dc sts in sp of the ch6 from row 2.
Row 4: ch2 (counts as hdc), 1hdc in next dc st, *ch3, 1hdc in next dc st, ch1, sk1 dc st, 1hdc in next dc st. Rep from * to end. End with ch3, 1hdc in next dc st, 1hdc in last st (turning ch). You can choose to work in the sp instead.
Repeat Rows 1-4 until you're happy with size ending on rows 2 or 4 to match the other end of scarf. I used up the cake for this scarf.
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
Crochet Pegasus Spring Scarf Video Tutorial
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