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Pom Pom It Up Crochet Scarf!


Hello there and Happy Tuesday to you!¬†¬†Here’s a pattern that I’ve had in mind for quite awhile and really wanted to jump at the chance to create it and share. Inspired by the Winter Collection, I wanted to do a pop of color scarf, highlighted by pom poms, that you can either create yourself or like I, found a batch of them from a project bag. Either way, I definitely¬†want to experiment more with the pattern and make it little more funky in the near future, enjoy!





THE INGREDIENTS

Big Twist “Value Yarn” 380 yards/100% acrylic/6 oz / Medium 4 [half a skein utilized]

H/8 5.00MM Crochet Hook

Yarn Needle

ABBREVIATIONS/STITCHES UTILIZED

sc=single crochet

hdc=half double crochet

hdc blo slst=back loop half double crochet

dc=double crochet

tch[s]=turning chain[s]

sts=stitches

sl st= slip stitch

ch=chain

Full Length 34.5 inches




THE PATTERN

CH 15 [6 inches width]

R1: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn to continue work.

R2: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn to continue work.

R3: Back Loop Stitch Only HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn to continue work.

R4: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn to continue work.

R5: Black Loop Stitch Only HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn to continue work.

R6-R106: [Alternate the HDC and Back Post HDC] into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn to continue work.

R107: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the final row, SL ST to complete final work.

SC around the entire finished piece solely once. SL ST to complete finishing technique.

Using a string and a thin tapestry needle to apply the pom poms in sporadic formation wherever you please upon the scarf.



HAPPY CRAFTING!

#THEDREAMCROCHET

XX ashlee elle.











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