Waves by Carol Meldrum

Waves

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Crochet
November 2012
DK (11 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
one size
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This crochet scarf pattern is created using the most basic of techniques. The wave pattern is worked by increasing and decreasing at regular intervals and enhanced by simply working into either the back or front of the loops which adds to the textural ridged effect.

The great thing about Waves is that you can really make it your own - the pattern is written for the double loop as well as the single loop, it’s a great way to use up all the odds n ends of yarn left over from other projects, so go to town with the stripes or work in a single colour depending on what you have to hand.

It can be worn close and cozy all wrapped up or fanned out for a more shawl effect depending on the look you are going for.

One size fits all

You will need:
a small amount of 5 different colours of DK weight yarn
1 x A - sh173 duck egg
1 x B - sh150 rage
1 x C - sh177 clay
1 x D - sh170 seafarer
1 x E - sh161 avocado

5 mm crochet hook
sewing up needle