I splurged…..I couldn’t help it. I know you know exactly what I’m talking about don’t you? Sometimes you just see a beautiful yarn and you gotta have it… I bought the Crystal Palace Mochi Plus Yarn from Craftsy and really loved it! I bought three skeins of it and when it arrived, I knew it would make a beautiful scarf? What do you think?
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1. Crystal Palace Mochi Plus Yarn, Weight #4 Worsted Weight, Yardage: 50g/95yds, I used 3 full skeins. Color #629, Cherries Jubilee.
2. Hook: H/5.0
3. Tapestry Needle for weaving in the ends.
Gauge: Is not important for this project.
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
Special Stitch – Cluster V-Stitch (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc)
Chain in multiples of 4 plus 3
For my project I chained 24 plus 3
NOTE: I only had 27 stitches for my beginning chain but once you complete one row of the pattern, you will actually have 35 stitches. Don’t let that throw you off. It’s because between the cluster stitches, I used 3 chains to open up the scarf and allow for a better drape.
Row 1: cluster v-st (see special stitch above) in 7th ch from hook (6 ch count as first dc and first skip 3 ch), skip next 3 ch, *cluster v-stitch, skip next 3 ch*, ending with dc in last ch, turn (35 st)
Row 2: ch 3 (counts as first dc), cluster v-st in next ch 3 space and each ch 3 space across ending with dc in top of 3rd ch, turn
Row 3 -100 : Repeat Row 2 until you’ve reached your desired length. Fasten off and weave in the ends.
If you want an infinity scarf like pictured above, just whip stitch your ends together and fasten off.
I hope you enjoy the pattern!