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Crochet scarf with flowers

I really cant write patterns..and my crochet is not that great but here is a pattern for a scarf i made. I crocheted a scarf in a simple stitch, i believe it was a treble all the way, you can make this as long as you like. I made 5 flowers but again its up to you.
If you dont want to make the scarf you can buy it HERE



Crochet flowers (got this off my aunt, but as Ii said, i crochet my own way but i think this is as close as it gets!)

Abbreviations:
ch = chain; dc = double crochet; lp = loop; rep = repeat; sc = single crochet; ss = slip stitch;tr = treble crochet.


Round 1:Ch5,, join into a circle, work 15sc into circle. Ss into first ch.
Round 2: Ch4, * skip 1sc, 1dc into next sc, ch1, rep from * 6 times more. Join with a ss into the 3rd of the first 4ch. 
Round 3: Work 1dc, 1tr, 1dc, 1sc, * into next ch loop, work 1sc, 1dc, 1tr, 1dc, 1sc, rep from * into each ch loop, making 8 petals. Join with a ss into first ch.
Round 4 Working behind the petals made in the 3rd round, make ss between 2 petals, ch 4, * 1sc between next 2 petals, ch3, rep from * to end. The ch loops made lie behind the petals of the previous row. Join with a ss into first ch.
Round 5 Make the next row of petals by working 1sc, 1dc, 2tr, 1dc, 1sc into each ch loop. Join with a ss into first sc.
I hope this makes sense!

Comments

G S Iyer said…
it really looks beautiful !
handicraftcrazy said…
Gorgeous! Now on my WIM list....
Anonymous said…
This is very nice, thank you for sharing.
Anonymous said…
It is beautifull and easy to crochet, I done some flowers like this, on a bedspread, pillows.
Anonymous said…
It reminds me of something my grandmother did when I was kid. I am going to try it. You did a good job, and it looks pretty.
Anonymous said…
I love your creation it's lovely, i made my x-mas gifts this year out of crocheting and the hat's and scarfs came out very well, this encourages me to want to crochet even more, I don't crochet by pattens either it's just comes to me and i do it. I even taught my girl friend how to crochet and she made her x-mas gifts to and her family loved them Keep passing your blessing on.
Krayons of Colors Crocheting by Lisa
Anonymous said…
Just a hint when writing a pattern, have a friend crochet it from your directions. If it turns out like the original, great. It helps me to make sure I didn't leave something out.
I love the colors you used. I saw a old home painted in the same colors, classy!
Thank you for sharing something so beautiful!
Dana Wright said…
I love your pattern, but how did you make the scarf? Would love to make this.

Best,
Dana @ bookgirlknitting.blogspot.com/
louiseknits said…
the scarf is made using simple double crochet as wide and as long as you would like it to me. You can also knit a length and add the flowers on it
Anonymous said…
really interesting, going 2 try making it
Very pretty and I was completely able to read your pattern great job. I was browsing thru your other blogs and they are all very pretty.
Anonymous said…
Where are the directions for the scarf?
Donna said…
Your directions say for Round 4 to work behind the petals-where on the petal do you attach the new row? top stitch, behind on the middle of the "lines" created from the treble? Thanks
Donna in SC
Anonymous said…
Like it, trying it stuck on row 4.. hopefully will gey it.
In ref to the scarf how many chains to start

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