Crochet Pattern: Faux Drop-Stitch ScarfBy Candace – 7 Comments
|While thinking about the problem of replicating the knitted drop-stitch effect in crochet, I hit upon an idea. Solomon’s Knot might work if it was stacked instead of worked as a net. Fortunately for those of us who like the look of strategically dropped knit stitches, it does work, and once you get past the foundation row, it’s easy for an experienced crocheter to work up. If you get stuck, remember to check out the links in the Special Instructions section to get an idea of how the stitches should be made.|
Finished Size: 6.5″ (16.5 cm) wide, 54″ (137 cm) long
Light Weight Yarn (125 yards)
Crochet Hook E (3.50 mm)
9 rows in pattern = 6 1/2″ (16.5 cm) wide by 3″ (7.5 cm) long
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Crochet Pattern: Faux Drop-Stitch Scarf
Row 1: 4 fsc, (SK, 3 fsc) 3 times, fsc, turn: 19 sts
Row 2: Ch 2, hdc in first 4 Fsc, (Ech, hdc in next 4 fsc) 3 times, turn: 19 sts
Row 3: Ch 2, hdc in first 4 hdc, (Ech, hdc in next 4 hdc) 3 times, turn: 19 sts
Repeat Row 3, 163 times or until desired length is reached.
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