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Gail Marie’s Terracotta Scarf- A Free Crochet Pattern

Gail Marie's Terracota Scarf
So I went yarn shopping last week and came across this Heather Yarn from Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Collection. I have to tell you all, it is so very soft and doesn’t split like some softer yarns do.  I am impressed and so I decided to make the Gail Marie’s Terracotta Scarf. I love this scarf so much.  It’s very easy with quite simple repeats for you all. Best of all it is a free crochet pattern!

Gail Marie’s Terracotta Scarf

 

Materials:
3 skeins of Deborah Norville Everyday- Heather- Terracotta
Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends
Scissors
Hook K-6.5 mm
Stitches:
ch(s) – chain(s)
sc-single crochet
dc-double crochet
sp(s)-space(s)
rep-repeat
beg-beginning
dc2tog-double crochet 2 together
tch-turning chain
st(es)-stitch(es)
Special Stitches:
Dc2tog:
Yarn over (YO) hook, insert hook in stitch(st) , pull up a loop, 3 loops on hook.  YO hook, pull through 2 loops.  YO hook insert in next st, pull up a loop, 4 loops on hook.  YO, pull through 2 loops, 3 loops on hook.  YO pull through last 3 loops.  One dc2tog made.
Pattern is done in American Terminology
Gauge is N/ATerracotta Scarf

 

 

 

 Ch 206
Row 1:
dc2tog into the 4th and 5th ch from the hook, *ch 1, dc2tog by inserting hook into next 2 chs, rep from * to last ch. ch 1, dc into last ch. turn
Row 2:
ch 3, dc2tog, over 1st and 2nd ch 1 sp, * ch1, dc2tog by putting hook  into the same sp as last st and then into the next ch 1 sp; rep from *working 2nd leg of last dc2tog under turning ch of previous row, ch 1, dc into top of turning ch. turn
Rows 3 and 4:
Repeat row 2 – 2 times
Row 5:
ch 1, sc in the 1st st and in each st and ch across. turn(202 sts)
Row 6 and 7:
Repeat row 5 – 2 more times
Repeat rows 2-7 a total of 2 more times
Turn scarf around to other long side
Row 1:
ch 1, sc in the 1st st and in each st and ch across. turn(202 sts)
Row 2 and 3:
Repeat row 1 – 2 more times
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