CHAINGE Chain-Effect Turtleneck Scarf by Alla Koval

CHAINGE Chain-Effect Turtleneck Scarf

February 2018
Sport (12 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
3.25 mm (D)
51 (55, 65)” (130 [140, 165] cm) long and 6 (7, 8)” (15 [18, 20] cm) wide.
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It’s time for a cool CHAINGE with this beautiful and such versatile scarf!
Simple stitches and large chains combine to make this beautiful scarf just in time to welcome coming season in style!
Suitable for wearers of all ages, there will be few times you and your loved ones won’t find an excuse to wear this fun scarf-poncho, crocheted with soft and light weight Premier® Cotton Fair®! Opt for wool blends for winter and early spring time. Wear it with belt under jacket or coat, wrap in many ways …or just crochet it without turtleneck collar to turn into a stylish scarf.


Sport weight (#2 Fine).
Shown: Premier® Cotton Fair® (52% cotton, 48% acrylic; 317 yd 290 m/3.5 oz 100 g): 2 balls of #2707 bright peach (MC), 1 ball of #2714 black (CC1).

Size D/3 (3.25 mm)

• 2 stitch markers
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

Small/Child (Medium/Youth, Large/Adult)

48 (55, 62)” (122 140, 158 cm) long and 6 (7, 8)” (15 18, 20 cm) wide.

18 hdc x 16 rows = 4” (10 cm) after blocking
Gauge is not critical for this design.

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