Thursday, January 13, 2011

Smalls Scarves For Tots

Hello!! I have another pattern for you. Uber super duper easy, again, the way I like them. My two toddlers asked me for scarves the other day, so I did. I made them and they love them...and so do I.

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You need a super bulky.  I chose Lionbrand Hometown http://www.lionbrand.com/yarns/hometownUSA.html which I picked up at the Evil Empire I mean..Walmart.
You will also need a P crochet hook. My daughter is two and my son is four. Hers is shorter(I want to say like 3 ft), and there were leftovers, so I made hers with fringe. My son is 4 and tall, so I made his longer(Like 4 ft).

Super Bulky Yarn (lionbrand hometown)
P crochet hook
tapestry needle for weaving in ends

terms (American)
ch- chain
hdc- half double crochet
BLO -back loop only

Directions for smaller (larger)

Chain 62 (82)
hdc in the 3rd ch from hook and continue with hdc across. 60 (80)

*CH 2 turn (does not count as hdc)
hdc in the BLO of the first stitch and in the BLO of each stitch across.

Repeat * 3 more times. fasten off and weave in ends.

for the fringe, I cut 16 strands about 10" each and fastened them onto the scarf, from the wrong side like this:

Copyright 2011 Jennifer Kaye
As with all my patterns, I don't care if you make stuff and sell it. Under no circumstances are you to sell this pattern. A link back would be appreciated.



6 comments:

  1. Love those little neck warmers! Kudos on the picture tutorial too, very nice.

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  2. this is soo pretty

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  3. Made the scarf for my toddler and she loves it! Thanks for the fee pattern. I love your shop too and glad I found you. Do you happen to ever use the yarn that is 4 ply cotton? more like thread to me. I have about 8 remment rolls from my mother that I will not use. Let me know I can send you pics or if you know anyone who can use. It's free.

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  4. @partyofsix...I would be interested in your yarn. :) Will you email me at Ravelry? I am jenster76 over there.

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