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Sparkling Sea Scarf

Sparkling Sea Scarf

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Published by Jill Krahling

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Published by: Jill Krahling on Apr 12, 2013
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FINISHED SIZE The technique used to make this scarf does not allow us to give exact measurements.

NOTES Untwist yarn hank and lay out in a circle. Snip off string holding hank together. Wrap yarn loosely into a ball. Open up tube as you crochet spacing stitches two inches apart and working with the top two or three threads. Ends can be hidden when scarf is complete by turning under and stitching with needle and thread.

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Learn to Crochet with Rigoletto Yarn


Designed by Red Heart Design Team

Be sure to check out the rest of our videos at the Red Heart Yarns YouTube channel for more how-to and inspirational videos.

What you will need:
Red Heart® Boutique Rigoletto Sequins™: 1 hank 3515 Jade Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 6mm [US J-10] Needle and sewing thread


Ch 3. Row 1: Slip st in second ch from hook and each chain across. Ch 1 and turn. Repeat Row 1 until you have 3 to 4 inches of yarn remaining.

Buy Yarn
RED HEART® Boutique™ Rigoletto™, Art E804 available in Prints 2 oz (56 g), 11 yd (10.5 m), Sequins 2 oz (56 g), 8 yd (7.3 m) and Meltallic 2 oz (56 g), 10.5 yd (9.6 m) hanks


Turn under remaining end of yarn. Sew with needle and thread to secure. Repeat for beginning yarn end. ABBREVIATIONS ch = chain, slip st = slip stitch.

Sparkling Sea Scarf
Take the ruffled scarf to new heights with this soft, delightful yarn accented with the the sparkle of sequins. So easy to make, you’ll want one in every color.

Please Note: Print this pattern using Landscape Orientation.

Find more ideas & inspiration: www.redheart.com and www.crochettoday.com
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