Make your own two tone scarf

A Tale of Two Tones Scarf

By Kate Rowell

Kate is a crochet designer based in Cambridgeshire, England. Her love of colour and bold designs help her create signature pieces which use basic crochet stitches in clever ways.

First picking up a crochet hook in early 2015 Kate has now developed and refined her crochet skills and is the owner of Jellybean Junction, an online crochet business that she runs from home whilst looking after her young children. As well as on her website, Kate’s designs can also be found on her designer shop on www.deramores.com.

Keep reading to find out how to make this amazing two tone scarf using our brand new yarn from Deramores.

Products used: 

Yarn A: 2 x 100g Mustard

Yarn B: 1 x 100g Blush  

Hook: 5mm crochet hook. 6mm crochet hook.

Finished scarf measures approximately 200cm.

Equipment & Supplies you’ll need:

Pattern

Starting with Yarn A and a 6mm hook, ch25.

Swap to a 5mm hook.

Row 1: Using 5mm hook, htr into 3rd ch from hook, htr across (23 sts - beginning chain does not count as a st).

Row 2: Ch2, htr inbetween starting chain and next htr. Continue to htr inbetween each stitch until 1 st remains, htr into the last htr (23 sts).

Rep row 2 for 126 more rows. Change to Yarn B. Repeat row 2 for 90 more rows, fasten off and weave into ends.

Making up

Using a thick piece of card, make fringe that can be attached to each end of the scarf, matching the colours.

 

 

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