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Morning Dew Scarf

Crochet
November 2013
Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) ?
10.0 mm (N/P)
325 - 350 yards (297 - 320 m)

A gorgeously ripple-y scarf with buttons and buttonholes worked in one with the rows. Back loop only crochet gives Morning Dew amazing drape and texture, with ripples created by varying stitch height. (No increases or decreases used.)

Though I swatched it in a fingering weight yarn (Patons Lace Sequin, bottom photo), Love of Crochet chose the heavier, luscious, and drapey HiKoo Tiara for the magazine version (top and center photos). If I were to make this scarf again, I would choose a more stable and less drapey yarn to make the stitch pattern really pop.

Use any yarn you like with the appropriate size hook. Because this is a slip stitch pattern, you will probably need a hook larger than recommended for your yarn.

Sample scarf measured 7” x 58” and used less than 2 skeins of Tiara. Make the scarf as wide as you like by adding or subtracting rows. Change the length by increasing or decreasing your starting chain. For a super luscious cowl, work a shorter length with extra rows.

Important Note on the Chart: This pattern uses Twisted Stitches, which are represented on the chart by a symbol that looks like sc2tog. Be sure to read stitch instructions carefully as the Twisted Stitch is nothing like an sc2tog! :)