All the patterns are written, charted and pictured. They are all a multiple of 6 stitches plus 1, meaning that the set of 6 is repeated across the row and then the extra stitch completes the pattern. This 1 stitch may appear at the beginning or end of the multiples. Sometimes the 6 are split. (Example: 4 at the beginning and 3 at the end--remember the plus 1.) And sometimes, the patterns begin on the wrong side--look for “1” on the left side of the chart.
I collected and designed these patterns for a 19 stitch scarf or a 55 stitch wrap. To separate the patterns, work as many rows of single crochet as needed before beginning the next one.
Use these stitch patterns for other items: Determine gauge with your yarn and size (width) desired. Adjust your numbers so you have a multiple of 6, and then add 1. Chain this number PLUS the needed chains for turning. Maybe you want a fancy end border. Maybe you don’t want to use single crochet. Just make sure you have 6 + 1 and be creative!