Herringbone HDC Scarf by Rachy Newin

Herringbone HDC Scarf

Crochet
January 2015
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 4 rows = 4 inches
in hhdc when worked in the round; gauge when worked flat is 8 sts and 5 rows.
10.0 mm (N/P)
75 - 225 yards (69 - 206 m)
Adjustable. Colorblocked Scarf measures 4” across and 56” long. Striped Infinity Scarf measures 6” high and 53” around. Striped Cowl measures 8” high and 27” around.
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Learn a new stitch with the Herringbone HDC Scarf and use it in a million different ways! The pattern includes instructions for the Colorblocked Scarf (which can be seamed to make an infinity scarf), the Striped Infinity Scarf (which can be worked flat to make a regular scarf), and a Striped Cowl. Plus, each version has notes and tips for making the pattern any size and with any gauge.

The Windfall is a fabulous single ply that makes the textured stitch pop, but you can easily work up the pattern with any yarn and hook. Each of the listed versions uses approximately 1.5 skeins of Windfall, but you can easily add more skeins to make the pattern larger. Work it solid, stripe it, colorblock it, make it your own!

The pattern links to tutorials for Herringbone HDC as well as Foundation Herringbone HDC. Gauge when worked in the round is 6 sts and 4 rows; gauge when worked flat is 8 sts and 5 rows. When gauge is met and pattern is worked as stated, 150g of Windfall will net a Colorblocked Scarf measuring 4” across and 56” long, Striped Infinity Scarf measuring 6” high and 53” around, Striped Cowl measuring 8” high and 27” around.

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