Eccentric Geo Scarf by Dianne Hunt
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Eccentric Geo Scarf

Crochet
February 2017
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
0 stitches and 0 rows = 1 inch
in Gauge not necessary
9.0 mm (M/N)
190 - 196 yards (174 - 179 m)
US
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This Eccentric Geo Scarf features “corners” that give scarf its unique shape. It also has jagged edges giving it the scarf an interesting design. It’s made using the softest and most light, bulky yarn I’ve ever crocheted with. The yarn gives the scarf warmth and comfort, and feels like you have a bed of cloud around your neck and shoulders.

  • Yarn – Classic Elite Chalet, 70% baby alpaca, 30% bamboo, #5, 98 yards (2
    hanks)
  • Hook – Furls 9mm hook (affiliate link)

Size
46” – measured from corner to corner

Gauge
Not necessary for this project

Stitch Abbreviation
Ch – chain; st(s) – stitch(es); sp(s) – space(s); sl st – slip stitch; Esc – extended single crochet

Special Stitches
Extended Single Crochet (Esc) – Insert hook into st, yo, pull up loop (2 loops on hook), yo, pull yarn through one loop (2 loops on hook), yo, pull through both remaining loops. You just made an Esc, repeat from * to * to create more Esc. See Moogly video tutorial HERE.

Foundation Single Crochet (Fsc) - ch2, (does not count as st), insert hook into first ch, yo, pull up loop (2 loops on hook), yo, pull through one loop (2 loops on hook), yo, pull through both loops, one FSC made. See Moogly video tutorial HERE.

Experience Level
Easy

Pattern Notes

  • The “ch5” are left unworked and do not equal any stitch.
  • At the end of Row 16, the final Esc stitch count will be indicated.
  • In sample piece, I changed colors every 2 rows. I will NOT indicate color changes in the pattern; this gives you the freedom to do any color change, as you’d like.
  • IF you do decided to do color changes, switch colors when finishing off a stitch at the end of a row.

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