New Wave Scarf by Tracey Todhunter

New Wave Scarf

Crochet
DK (11 wpi) ?
12 repeats = 4 inches
in Pattern stitch - !st 12 rows = 10cm long, 14cm wide
4.0 mm (G)
490 yards (448 m)
170cm length, 10cm width
UK
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This scarf was the result of an afternoon exploring a collection of old crochet magazines found in a charity shop. Featured in a 1960’s magazine article on “new crochet stitches” the swatch was photographed in black and white, it was only when I crocheted it in two colours that the real beauty and rhythm of different height stitches revealed itself. I later used this stitch in my book “200 More Crochet Stitches” , you can find “Coloured Fans” on page 38, where you’ll also find a chart and helpful step by step photos. The original scarf pattern was published in Inside Crochet magazine (Issue 102) as part of a feature on stitch dictionaries.

YARN: Eden Cottage Yarns Milburn DK (85% Blue Faced Leicester, 15% silk), 50g/112m/122yd
Yarn A Harvest Gold (1 ball)
Yarn B Steel (2 balls)
Yarn C Estuary (1 ball)

TENSION: Use the first 12 rows of the scarf as your swatch; this should measure 14cm width x 10cm length (measured from the centre of the piece).

HOOKS AND NOTIONS: 4mm crochet hook

SIZE: Length 170cm, width 10cm. You can make the scarf wider by adjusting the stitch multiple.