Old Shale Stitch Crochet Scarf, Ripple Stitch Crochet Scarf, Pattern PDF

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Made in Plymouth, United Kingdom

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A long, thin triangular scarf crocheted in classic Old Shale Stitch. It is wide in the centre with tapering ends.

The scarf is worked in Rowan Fine Tweed or can be made in any similar 4ply (fine weight) yarn.
It uses 3 x 25g balls of Litton 378 and 2 x 25g balls of Nappa 380.

Finished Size:
30cm (12in) wide at centre and 180cm (71in) long

Stitches Used:
chain, double crochet (US: single crochet, treble (US: double crochet), tr2tog (US: dc2tog)

Pattern PDF:
The pattern has separate instructions for UK/European crochet terms and US crochet terms. There is also a crochet stitch chart.

This listing is for the PATTERN ONLY, not a kit of materials or the finished item. It is a PDF DOWNLOAD ONLY, not a printed pattern.

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Unique asymmetrical-looking pattern. Lovely results. Hardest part was deciding what two colors to use!
Nov 25, 2014 by artysosay

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