This scarf! Cowl! Whatever you want to call it is awesome and I made it with one skein of Lion Brand Yarn "Scarfie" in mustard/cream.
Here is the pattern:
Chain multiples of 2 then add 1 extra chain. I used an 8.00 L size hook, if you use something else your chains might be smaller or bigger than mine so, have your chain measure about 20 inches in length to achieve the look you see in the picture.
(tip: buy 2 skeins of the Scarfie just in case you go bigger or decide you want to add more rows)
ROW 1: sc into the third chain from hook, (counts as first sc) and in each ch across.
ROW 2: turn, ch 2 (counts as first hdc) yo, insert hook into first stitch, pull through only one loop, yo, pull through two loops, (two loops left on hook) (long dc made, or first half of mixed cluster), sk one stitch, yo, insert hook into next stitch, pull through one loop, yo, insert hook again into same stitch, pull through one loop, yo, pull through all six loops on hook (mixed cluster stitch made MC) ch 1 to close the cluster. **yo, insert hook into THE SAME STITCH, pull through one loop, yarn over pull through two loops, leave two loops on hook (long dc made, first half of MC made), sk one st, yo, insert hook into next stitch, pull through one loop, yo, insert hook again into same stitch, pull through one loop, yo, pull through all six loops on hook (MC finished) ch 1 to close the cluster. Repeat from ** ending with the last stitch in the top of the turning chain with hdc.
ROW 3: ch 2 (very loosely, this counts as your first sc), sk 1 st, sc into the next and every st across, making sure you sc in the turning ch from previous row.
Repeat row 2 and 3 until you have the length desired to wrap around your neck. I did 20 MC rows with 20 sc rows in between.
Choose whichever way you like to sew the right sides together. I did a dc join. Thats it, sew in loose ends and you are done!
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Love to all,