Chevron Stitch Hood and Scarf by Sarah Dawn

Chevron Stitch Hood and Scarf

Crochet
January 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
3.75 mm (F)
160 yards (146 m)
One, Adjustable
US
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download
Errata available: sarahdawnsdesigns.blogspot.com

Where did this scarf and hood start? I wanted a hood and scarf that even a newcomer to crochet could make and was inspired by this beautiful but, simple, crochet lace stitch pattern. By adding some seaming to make a hood, a beautiful, unique accessory is created that even a beginner can make!

The scarf and hood is worked flat as a rectangle, then seamed to create the hood. It uses chain stitch and double crochet to make the crochet lace. The lace pattern is both written and charted. It is written for one size, but is easily adjustable to the amount of yarn you have.

The sample was made using Single Silky Targhee from Blue Moon Fiber Arts, which is 70% Targhee wool and 30% tussah silk. If you are substituting yarn, any DK or Light Worsted single yarn with 50% or more wool will work up just as well.

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The pattern is written using US terminology. It has written instructions, and the stitch pattern is both written and charted.

Please note that gauge is not specifically important to this pattern, though changes in gauge will affect the amount of yarn used and the size of the final project.

Techniques Used:
chain stitch
double crochet (US)
double crochet into same stitch
mattress stitch seaming


Pattern Usage:

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Newest Update: January 28, 2019