Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Baby/Toddler Scarf To Complete The Set

With some Jiffy El Paso yarn leftover, I decided to make a baby/toddler scarf to complete the little baby warmer set for Kylie Jean. I always loved the scarfs that had the little hole in the ends to loop the other end through with my boys, I have no idea if the have a specific name, but they're AWESOME! Man those scarves stayed on my boys! I still have some yarn leftover, I just might make an earwarmer to go with...this little lady is gonna be stylin! Anyway, here is the pattern I made up:

Kylie Jean Baby Scarf

Skill Level: Medium

Abbreviations:
ch - chain
hdc - half double crochet
tog - together
st - stitch

Size: Should fir anywhere from 12 months to 4 years old

Materials: J hook; Bulky Yarn (I think I used about 1 oz for this, maybe 1.5 oz); yarn needle for weaving in ends.

Instructions:
Row 1: Ch3. 3hds in 3rd ch from hook. Ch2, turn (3sts)
Row 2: 2hdc in first st, hdc in next st, 2hdc in last st. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Row 3: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Row 4: 2hdc in first st, hdc in next st and each st to last st, 2hdc in last st. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 5: Repeat row 3 (7sts)
Row 6: Repeat row 4 (9sts)
Ross 7 - 9: Repeat row 3 (9sts)
Row 10: Hdc2tog, hdc across to last 2 sts, hdc2tog. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 11: Repeat row 3 (7sts)
Row 12: Repeat row 10 (5sts)
Rows 13 - 16: Repeat row 3 (5sts)
Row 17: Hdc in each st to end. Fasten off.

(I restart the numbering here because it makes more sense to me, let me know if this gives you any difficulty)
Row 1: At the bottom of Row 13, attach yarn, ch2, hdc in same space. Hdc between each st across, ch2, turn. (5sts)
Rows 2 - 5: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Row 6: Hdc across through tops of both rows to join together. Ch2, turn. (5 sts)
Row 7: 2hdc in first st, hdc in next st and each st to last st, 2hdc in last st. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 8: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (7sts) I mark this row so it's easier to count rows later.
Rows 9 - 35: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 36: Hdc2tog, hdc across to last 2 sts, hdc2tog. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Rows 37 - 40:  Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Row 41: Hdc in each st to end. Fasten off.

(Restarting row numbering again...)
Row 1: At bottom of row 37, attach yarn, ch2, hdc in same space. Hdc between each st to end, ch2, turn. (5sts)
Rows 2 - 5: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Row 6: Hdc across through tops of both rows to join together. Ch2, turn. (5 sts)
Row 7:  2hdc in first st, hdc in next st and each st to last st, 2hdc in last st. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 8: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 9: 2hdc in first st, hdc in next st and each st to last st, 2hdc in last st. Ch2, turn. (9sts)
Rows 10 - 12: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (9sts)
Row 13: Hdc2tog, hdc across to last 2 sts, hdc2tog. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 14: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (7sts)
Row 15: Hdc2tog, hdc across to last 2 sts, hdc2tog. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Row 16: Hdc in each st to end. Ch2, turn. (5sts)
Row 17: Hdc2tog, hdc across to last 2 sts, hdc2tog. Ch2, turn. (3sts)
Row 18: Hdc3tog. Fasten off and weave in ends.


I hope this all makes sense, please let me know if you notice any errors!


5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. I have tried knitting this cute scarf and I believe you invented a newpattern for a child-I use theinternet for patterns baby blanket patterns.crochet central - - then the pattern you want to make. I have a lot of patterns and itgoes like this / crochet pattern central scarves in search box or knitting pattern central baby hats in searchbox. There are directions to different patterns in pattern central kniit or crochet you'll be busy for a very long time

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  3. The original pattern for this can be found in Crochet World. It works up wonderfully.

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    1. ....it has instructions for Child and Mommy :}

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