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e's Serenity Ripple Scarf

by "e" Lee
Crochet
October 2012
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
6.0 mm (J)
200 - 300 yards (183 - 274 m)
One Size Fits Most
This pattern is available for free.

Pattern:
Worked in fsc with multiples of 16+1
Note: This pattern includes a ~2″-3″ short side edging on each side, please account for it before you determine the length of the foundation

Multiples of 16 +1
208 +1
224 +1
240 +1
256 +1
272 +1

Photos worked with 208+1 fsc. If you would like to work this pattern using a foundation chain instead of fsc, then you would you would be working multiples of 16+2, sc into 2nd chain from hook and each one across for the right number of scs (e.g. 208+2 to start, after sc row, you have 209scs).

The Serenity Ripple Scarf is a standalone scarf. There is a modified version that is linked to a hoodie as a permanent scoodie set which will be posted soon. Please stay tuned…

Tips:
After reading MsKMThompson’s notes on her beautiful finished scarf…
1) Please use a K hook if you crochet tight to start so you have a less stiff piece.
2) Also, count, count, count 1-7 and 6 repeats in between every time. With the fpsc ridging, you WILL end up with potentially 2 or 3 rows to rip if you don’t realize the counting error right away >.<
3) If you are not making the matching hood, the side shells can be replaced with a fringed edge ♥

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