Snapdragon Stitch Scarf
My daughter now lives in a cold state after living in Florida, so I thought a scarf would be the perfect project to crochet
for Christmas for her. After a little searching, I found this old stitch. I enjoyed crocheting the stitch. Once you've got
the pattern stitch in your head, it works up quickly and is a lot of fun.
If you like it as well as I did, there is a dishcloth pattern also. I might crochet a baby blanket with it too yet.
5 1/2 oz of worsted weight acrylic yarn
Size H aluminum crochet hook
Gauge: 2 V st + 5 shells repeats = 4 inches, 4 rows = 1/4 inches
Size: 6 ¼ inches x 54 ½ inches, length can be adjusted easily by adding and subtracting rows
Dc Double Crochet
V-St V Stitch
Special Stitch Used
V-Stitch- dc, ch 1, dc
Row 1: (Right Side) Dc in fifth ch from hook, *skip the next 3 chs, 5 dc in the next ch, skip the next 3 chs, V-st in
next ch; repeat from * across.
Row 2: Ch 3, (counts as first dc), turn, 2 dc in first ch 1 sp, skip next 3 dc, V-st in next dc, *5 dc in next ch 1 sp,
skip next 3 dc, V-st in next dc. Repeat from * across ending with 3 dc in last sp.
Row 3: Ch 4 (counts as first dc plus ch 1), turn; dc in the same st, *5 dc in next ch 1 sp, skip the next 3 dc, work a
V-st in next dc; repeat from * across.
Repeat Row 2-3 until you have the desired length.
Copyright Barbara Badder 11/2014
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