Fallen Petals

Bernat Jacquards is a yarn that is self-striping. I had recently bought a skein of the baby Bernat Jacquards, and had no idea what to do with it. It was in a lovely color – different shades of pinks and white with spots of green and darker pink. I’ve tried doing many things with it, but nothing seems to look just right!
The pattern I have designed is very simple, and only uses three stitches: the chain, the single crochet stitch, and the double crochet stitch. It can be either a thin neck warmer, a short scarf, or a long scarf depending on how much of the yarn you have on hand.

*Size G crochet hook
*Bernat Jacquards baby yarn in any color

Chain 25.
Row 1 (WS): Dc in third chain from hook. (The two chains you have skipped are considered the first stitch of the row.) *Sc in next stitch, dc in next stitch*, repeat from * to * across, ending with a dc.
Row 2 (RS): Chain 1. (This chain 1 counts as the first sc in the row.) *dc in next stitch, sc in next stitch*, repeat from * to * across, ending with a dc in the chain of the previous row.
Row 3 – desired length: Repeat Row 2.

This pattern is very customizable. You can make it short, add buttons to one side, and make a thin neck warmer. You can make it a tad longer, and have a short scarf. You can also make it longer by using more of the same yarn. The possibilities are endless!

***If you intend on using this pattern, please do not sell the pattern. You may sell the actual finished product, just not the pattern. Also, please do not say that the pattern is your own. Link back to my blog and give credit where credit is due.

(A picture of the scarf will be added as soon as I take one!)


About Ashley

I'm seventeen, and a senior in high school. This is my blog of my crafting I do in my spare time.
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