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Phildar Accessories no.

440 Crochet Flowers Scarf

Pattern by Phildar (France), translated by Zoe Stevens. Finding a photo of the this scarf online prompted me to find and translate the pattern from French to English, and I would like to share it with you. Please note that I am not an expert crocheter so this pattern may not be perfect, and may assume that you know basic techniques well enough to read between the lines. Luckily, I have also included the diagrams that may help you make sense of the pattern. If you find any glaring errors please e-mail me at zoestevenslavigne@gmail.com. As I went along and crocheted this scarf I made a few comments and suggestions. These will be written out in blue.

I have included some photos of my version of the scarf. .Before I proceed to the pattern.

) Tr (treble stitch) Picot Scbl (Sc through back loop of last round's st) This scarf is made up of seven different flowers. yo. and putting a heavy book over them overnight.5 mm) or required to obtain proper gauge I went down to an H because the K was way too big and you could probably go down another size.Dimensions 8” x 57” Hook size K (6. yo and pull up a loop. pull through 3 loops on hook) Hdc (half double crochet) Dc (double crochet) Sc 3 tog (*yo.6” Flower #4: 2. yo and pull up a loop. until they dried. insert hook in st. yo. yo and pull through all four loops on hook. three different circles and one type of leaf. pull through first two loops on hook* repeat * to * twice more. Flower sizes (to determine gauge) Flower #1: 5. insert hook in next st. yo and pull through two loops on hook. Yo and insert into second st. Yo and insert into third st. yo and pull through first two loops on hook. yo and pull through two loops on hook. . draw up a loop.2” Flower #2: 4. yo. pressing them in shape against the carpet.2” Flower #3: 3. I used worsted weight yarn. I had to block every flower as I went along by dampening them with water using a spray bottle.8” Terms and techniques used: Stitch Chain Sl st (slip stitch) Sc (single crochet) Yo (yarn over hook) Sc 2 tog (*insert hook in next st. yo and pull up a loop. draw up a loop* repeat * to *. pull through 4 looks on hook) Dc 3 tog (yo.

2 sc in next st* repeat * to * 4 more times. Instead of weaving in the ends of the petals. Make four petals. 2 sc in next st. sl st to close circle. Bind off. Stem (blue) Using a base of 3 st. make 3 sc into those 3 st. sc 9. *1 Sc. I used a russian join to make a loop around my hook in the blue yarn instead of just tying the yarn. sl st to close circle (10 st) Rd2: ch. Increase: Each row: ch. Sc across for 10 rows. (15 st) Rd3: ch. ch 1 (acts as first sc). sc across. 1 sc in next 5 st. *2 sc in st. 1 sc in next 2 st* repeat * to * two more times. sc across Repeat above two rows until you have 2 sts left. One less end to weave in. ch across to last 2 sts. increase one by Sc 2 into the last st of row until you have 10 st. . sc 2 tog ch. Make three flowers in bronze and blue and three in red and bronze. just sc over them as you make your way around the flower. Sc across (10 stitches) Decrease: sc 2 tog. Don’t bind off. make 4 sc into those 4 st.Flower 1 Centre (bronze) Rd1: Using magic loop. sl st to close circle (19 st) Petal (blue) Using a base of 4 st. Ch. Crochet one round of Sc all around the flower (petals and stem) and bind off.

*2 sc in first st. sc 4* repeat * to * four more times. *sc 3. Rd2: ch 1. *sc 5. sl st to close (25 st) Rd3: ch 1. sl st to close (35 st) Rd5: ch 1. 2 sc in next st* repeat * to * four more times. Sc into sc 1 from last rd. skip next 4 st* repeat * to * seven more times. sl st to close at bottom of first ch 10.Flower #2 (with loopy petals) In red: Rd1: Crochet 20 sc in a magic loop. sl st to close. 2 sc in next st* repeat * to * four more times. *2 sc in first st. bind off. sl st to end and bind off. Rd7: sc 17 around each 10 st arch. ch 10. sc 6* repeat * to * four more times. Make three flowers in Red (centre) and Fuchsia (petals) and three in Blue (centre) and Bronze (petals) . sl st to close. (40 st) Petals in Fuchsia: Rd6: *sc 1. sl st to close (30 st) Rd4: ch 1.

2 dc. sl st to close and bind off. Petals in fuchsia: In each 2 chain arch (Rd1 of the work above in red): sc. sl st in first sc and bind off. hdc. I added one extra tr to cover the 5 chain arch. Rd3: *dc.Flower #3 In red: (I suggest you either crochet tightly or use a smaller hook for the first four rounds. 3 dc. In each 3 chain arch (Rd2): sc. hdc. 2 dc. sc. sl st to close. sc. ch 5 on top of dc from last round * repeat * to * seven more times. Otherwise your frame will be a little too loose.) Rd1: ch 4 (acts as first dc and ch 2) * dc in magic loop. hdc. sc. sl st to close. Make three flowers in Red (centre) and Fuchsia / bronze (petals) and three in Blue (centre) and Bronze/red (petals). Rd4: *dc. Rd2: *dc. sl st in first sc and bind off. ch 3 on top of dc from last round* repeat * to * seven more times. In each 4 chain arch (Rd3): sc. hdc. sc. sl st to close. hdc. . tr. ch 2 * repeat * to * six more times. hdc. ch 4 on top of dc from last round * repeat * to * seven more times. dc. sl st in first sc and bind off. 2 dc. hdc. hdc. Petals in bronze: In each 5 chain arch (Rd4): sc. sl st in first sc and bind off.

ch. dc 2. dc 2. dc 2. insert hook into next st. sl st into first dc3tog to close and bind off. In Fuchsia Rd3: ch (acts as sc on the three dcs-together of the last rd). ch.Flower #4 (Curvey alternating colours flower) In Fuchsia Rd1: In magic loop. dc 2. . always doing the first of the three dcs in the same st as the third dc of the last set. pull through a loop. (16 dc) In Bronze Rd2: *dc 3 sts together (yo. dc 16. insert hook into next st. In next arch. sl st to close and bind off. ch. Make three of these. pull through a loop). sl st to close and bind off. ch 2. ch 4* repeat * to * seven more times. ch 2. pull through a loop. insert hook into st. * sc on dc3tog from last round. In first arch. ch * repeat * to * six more times.

ch 2* repeat * to * eight times in magic loop. tr in next st* repeat * to * seven more times to make the eight petals. pink and light blue.Flower #5 (Small star with 8 points) Rd1: *dc. ch 3. sl st on first sc to close and bind off. sc in 4th st in ch 5. hdc in next st. ch 5. red. . sl st* repeat * to * three more times and bind off. sl st to close. Make three flowers in light Blue and three in Fuchsia. bronze. Flower #6 (Four squarish petals) In magic loop *ch 3. dc in next st. tr 5. Petals Rd2: *sc in the ch 2 arch of the last rd. Make three each in orange.

sl st to close and bind off. yellow and fuchsia. tr 5. Circle #8 In magic loop tr 18. Circle #10 In magic loop *dc in loop. Make three in light blue. Make six in pink and yellow. picot (ch 3.Flower #7 (Three squarish petals) In magic loop *ch 3. ch 1. blue and pink. light blue. . yellow. sl st to close. red. sc 6 in magic look and bind off. sl st* repeat * to * two more times. Make three flowers in blue. sl st to close and bind off Make three circles in blue and three in red. I made two more of these in another colour to fill in the gaps between the three sections of scarf. instead of counting). sc in in first ch)* repeat * to * 11 more times. Circle #9 Wrap yarn around index finger 12 times to create a loop and sc 22 in the loop (I just made as many tight scs as I could. ch 3. Make three circles in orange. red.

Leaf #11 Ch 8 Row1: Sc into 2nd loop from hook and across. ch 1 Row13: Scbl 8. yo pull through loops on hook) Make three leaves in Fuchsia . draw up a loop* repeat * to * six times. ch 1 Row9: Scbl 16. ch 5 Row5: Scbl 14. ch 1 Row3: Scbl 7. ch 1 (7) Row2: Scbl 7. sctog (*insert hook in st. ch 1 Row6: Scbl 14. ch 1 Row4: Scbl 10. ch 4 Row4: Scbl 10. ch 1 Row12: Scbl 8. ch 1 To make the base of the leaf: ch 1. ch 1 Row11: Scbl 12. ch 1 Row8: Scbl 16. ch 6 Row7: Scbl 19. ch 1 Row10: Scbl 12.

I changed the layout a bit to fill in gaps caused by different gauges and flower sizes and to better suit the colours I used. Flower number. you may find you need to make a few extra flowers to fill in some gaps or cleanly join the three pieces. and then take a break! When you’re done. anchoring to the flowers around it.Assembly Sew or crochet the flowers together. The “anchors” I used (the sewed patch between two flowers) were small but strong. fuchsia and blue 3B red. For some of the larger flowers I used one long piece of yarn and went the whole way round. I made two more of #8 and #9. placement and color(s): 1A bronze and blue 1B red and bronze 2A red and fuchsia 2B blue and bronze 3A red. I found it easier to sew them together. Do one section. back breaking part of the process. This is the most tedious. blue and bronze 4 fuchsia and bronze 5A light blue 5B fuchsia 6A orange 6B bronze 6C red 6D pink 6E light blue 7 yellow 8A blue 8B red 9A orange 9B light blue 9C yellow 9D red 9E blue 9F pink 10A pink 10B orange 10C light blue 10D red 10E yellow 10F fuchsia 11 fuchsia .