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3 crochet scarves Each scarf different!

3 crochet scarves Each scarf different!

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Patterns ©2005 by: MARIA MERLINO

www.crochetliving.com
Page 1 of 6 SCHOOL SPIRIT

SCHOOL SPIRIT SCARVES & SCHOOL SPIRIT KNOTS
STRIPED SCARF Skill Level : Easy MATERIALS: Red Heart Super Saver worsted weight yarn in your choice of colors | K/6.5 mm hook | Scissors GAUGE: 6 dc =2 inches 3 rows = 2 inches NOTE: The ch 2 is not counted as a stitch. Double Crochet-dc Slip Stitch-sl st Remaining- rem Repeat-rep INSTRUCTIONS Row 1: Ch 16, dc in 2nd ch from the hook and in each rem ch. Ch 2, turn. (14 stitches). Row 2-7: Dc in each dc. Ch 2, turn. Row 8: Dc in each dc. Ch 2, turn. Fasten off first color. Row 9: Join next color with a sl st to first dc, ch 2, dc in same st, dc in each rem dc. Ch 2, turn (14). Row 10-15: rep rows 2-7. Row 16: rep row 8. Rows 17-24: Rep rows 9-16. Rows 25- 64: Rep rows 9-16 five more times for a total of 8 stripes. If you are making a 3-color version, rep rows 9-16, six more times for a total of 9 stripes. Fringe: Wrap each color yarn around an 8 inch cardboard or VHS tape cassette 28 times. Cut yarn at one end. Using 2 pieces of yarn of each color, fringe every other stitch on each end for a total of seven fringes per end. Trim evenly.

Patterns ©2005 by: MARIA MERLINO

www.crochetliving.com
Page 2 of 6 SCHOOL SPIRIT

MESH SCARF SKILL LEVEL: Easy MATERIALS: Red Heart Super Saver worsted weight yarn in color of choice | Lion Brand Fun Fur in color of choice (one skein) | P/11.5mm hook

INSTRUCTIONS Row 1: Holding one strand of Fun Fur and one strand of Super Saver tog, ch 15, dc in 5th ch from the hook, (ch 1, skip one ch, dc in next ch) five times. ( You should have 6 spaces and 7 dc. The first 4 chs that you skipped counted as a dc and space.) Turn. Row 2: Ch 4 ( counts as a dc and a ch 1), skip ch space, dc in next dc, ( ch 1, skip ch space, dc in next dc) 5 times. ( 7 dc and 6 spaces) Row 3- last row: Rep row 2 until Fun Fur runs out. Fasten off.

Patterns ©2005 by: MARIA MERLINO

www.crochetliving.com
Page 3 of 6 SCHOOL SPIRIT

SPIRAL SCARF SKILL LEVEL: Easy MATERIALS: Red Heart Super Saver worsted weight yarn in 2 colors of choice | Lion Brand Fun Fur in color of choice (one skein) | P/11.5 mm hook INSTRUCTIONS Row 1: Holding one strand of each color of Super Saver, Ch 70, 3 dc in 2nd ch from the hook, 3 dc in each rem ch. Piece will spiral like a corkscrew. Fasten off. ( 207 dc). Row 2: Attach Fun Fur with a sl st to first dc, ch 1, sc in same st, sc in each dc across. Fasten off.

Patterns ©2005 by: MARIA MERLINO

www.crochetliving.com
Page 4 of 6 SCHOOL SPIRIT

TWO-COLOR FUN FUR SCARF SKILL LEVEL: Easy MATERIALS: Lion Brand Fun Fur in 2 colors of choice, one skein each | P/11.5 mm hook NOTE: Ch 2 does not count as a stitch.

TIP: Use thumb and index finger of your non-hook holding hand to open up the stitch before crocheting into it. This helps you “see with your fingers”. INSTRUCTIONS Row 1: Holding one strand of each color tog, Ch 70, dc in 3rd ch from the hook, dc in each rem ch across. Ch 2, turn. ( 68 dc). Row 2-4: Dc in each dc across. At end of row 4. Fasten off. Finishing: Tie an overhand knot at each end of scarf to give it some weight and balance.

Patterns ©2005 by: MARIA MERLINO

www.crochetliving.com
Page 5 of 6 SCHOOL SPIRIT

THREE-COLOR FUN FUR SCARF SKILL LEVEL: Easy MATERIALS: Lion Brand Fun Fur in 3 colors of choice | P/11.5 mm hook

INSTRUCTIONS Row 1: With darkest color of Fun Fur and holding 2 strands tog, ch 70, dc in 3rd ch from the hook, dc in each rem ch across. Fasten off. Row 2: With next color and holding 2 strands tog, attach with a sl st to first dc, ch 2, dc in same st, dc in each dc across. Fasten off. Row 3: Turn work so that darkest color is on top and working on the rem chs of the beginning ch 70, with next color and holding 2 strands tog, attach with a sl st to first ch, ch 2, dc in same st, dc in each rem ch across. Fasten off. Tie an over hand knot on each end.

Patterns ©2005 by: MARIA MERLINO

www.crochetliving.com
Page 6 of 6 SCHOOL SPIRIT

SCHOOL SPIRIT KNOTS A School Spirit Knot is a 3-strand braid that is approximately 4 feet long and made of yarn. These are good class or buddy projects. You will need either a 2 ½ foot piece of cardboard, or a packing box that measures approximately 60 inches around ( more or less) or 2 chairs that are set up 2 ½ feet across from each other. MATERIALS: 2 rubber bands or large ponytail elastics | Scissors | Tape | Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver, Caron Glimmer, Lion Brand Homespun or Thick and Quick Chenille INSTRUCTIONS To begin, tape the end of your beginning length of yarn to your cardboard, box or chair back. For a one-color braid, wind an entire skein of Lion Brand Homespun around the cardboard, box or 2 chair backs. Cut one end (where the tape is). Remove tape. Wind the rubber band 3 times around one end. Have a friend hold that end and evenly divide the yarn into three groups. Firmly braid the yarn. Wind the second rubber band around the finished end. Trim each end evenly. For a two-color braid, working one color at a time, wind Super Saver around the cardboard, box or chair backs, 90 times. Wind the rubber band 3 times around one end. Have a friend hold that end. Divide yarn into 3 sections, 60 strands of first color, 60 strands of 2nd colors and 30 strands each of the 2 colors. Firmly braid the yarn. Wind the second rubber band around the finished end. Trim each end evenly. For a three-color braid, working one color at a time, wind entire skein of Caron Glimmer around cardboard, box or chair backs. Wind rubber band 3 times around one end. Have a friend hold that end and firmly braid the yarn. Wind rubber band 3 times around the finished end. Trim each end evenly. For a two-color Thick and Quick, working one color at a time, wind entire skein, around cardboard, box or chair backs. Wind rubber band around one end. Have friend hold that end. Evenly divide strands into 3 groups. Firmly braid. Wind rubber abnd 3 times around the finished end. Trim each end evenly.

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