Sunday, February 17, 2013

BIBBITY BOBBITY BOW SCARFLET

BIBBITY BOBBITY BOW SCARFLET

This quick to make little scarflet matches the Bibbity Bobbity Blue Cap.

MATERIALS:
Worsted weight (4) yarn approximately 1.5 ounces
Crochet hooks in sizes H (5.0 mm), I (5.5 mm), J ( 6.0 mm)
Tapestry needle

GAUGE:  12 hdc = 4 inches

NOTES:
1.  Read pattern through before beginning.
2.  Turning chains do not count as a stitch throughout pattern.
3.  Changing hook size as instructed is important to get the best results.  However it could be made with just the I (5.5 mm) if you don’t have the other sizes.
4.  Scarflet in photo was made using Red Heart Super Saver Sage.


INSTRUCTIONS:
With J hook, ch 50.

Switch to I hook.

Row 1 wrong side: Hdc in the bump on back of 3rd ch from hook and in bump of each ch across.  (48 sts)

Scarflet should measure about 16 inches at this stage.  If you want it shorter or longer adjust number of starting chains.

Row 2-8: Ch 2, turn, hdc in back loop of each hdc across.  (48 sts)

First end:
Ch 1 and turn corner to work across one narrow edge.

Row 1: Work 10 sc evenly across end.  This will draw the end in slightly.  (10 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (10 sts)

Switch to H hook.

Row 3: Ch 1, turn, *sc dec. Repeat from * across. (5 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (5 sts)

Slot tabs:
Row 5: Ch 1, turn, sc in the front loop of each sc. (5 sts)

Rows 6-9: Ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (5 sts)

Fasten off.

Join yarn with a sc in first free loop of row 5, sc in remaining 4 free loops.  (5 sts)

Repeat Rows 6-9.  Do not fasten off.

Row 10: Ch 1, turn, join tabs by sc through both layers of tabs.  (5 sts)

Row 11: Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in each st across.  (10 sts)

Switch back to I hook.

Row 12: Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across to last st, 2 sc in last st.  (11 sts) 

Rows 13-20: Ch 1, turn, *sc in next st, tr in next st.  Repeat from * across.  Sc in last st.  (11 st)

Fasten off.

Second end:

Be sure to start on the right side.

Row 1: With I hook join yarn with a sc and work 10 sc evenly across end.  This will draw the end in slightly.  (10 sts)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (10 sts)

Switch to H hook.

Row 3: Ch 1, turn, *sc dec. Repeat from * across. (5 sts)

Row 4: Ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (5 sts)

Slot tabs:
Row 5: Ch 1, turn, sc in the front loop of each sc. (5 sts)

Rows 6-9: Ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (5 sts)

Fasten off.

Join yarn with a sc in first free loop of row 5, sc in remaining 4 free loops.  (5 sts)

Repeat Rows 6-9.  Do not fasten off.

Row 10: Ch 1, turn, join tabs by sc through both layers of tabs.  (5 sts)

Row 11: Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in each st across.  (10 sts)

Switch back to I hook.

Row 12: Ch 1, turn, sc in each st across to last st, 2 sc in last st.  (11 sts) 

Rows 13-20: Ch 1, turn, *sc in next st, tr in next st.  Repeat from * across.  Sc in last st.  (11 st)

Fasten off.

Weave in ends.  When weaving in the ends reinforce the corners of the slot.

To wear place one end through the slot and arrange ends attractively.



Comments:
Very nice Suzie I love how the scarf looks complete when it comes together.

 
Love the scarf it;s beautiful
 
I love this, think I might just have to make one, thanks for shareing.x
 
Oh this is just what I have been looking for !! thanks for sharing your talent I will be starting this soon
 
Suzie first off THANK YOU for sharing such a classy looking Scarf. I'm stuck at row 10 on the first end. I know it's me but I just don't understand it. How and where do you sc through both stitches? Forgive me....

Conni
 
You should have two tabs at that point and placing them wrong sides together join.
 
I have a question, The pattern calls for an H, I and a J needle but the pattern only uses an H and a I needle. can anyone explain?
 
The pattern starts with a J.
 
Thank you for sharing your pattern, I am also stuck and hope you wouldn't mind sharing some more. I'm stuck between rows 9 and 10 where you join the new yarn with row 5. I'm just not understanding this part. I have row 5 marked but all my stitches are stitches I don'thave any loops and I made sure to only go tough the front loop here
 
If you worked into the front loop the back loop will be available to work into. Only suggestion I have is to go back to row 5 and work it again.
 
Hello, I am confused about what you mean on the first row, what does it mean exactly when you say work in back bump? Is this like BLO (back loop only??)??

This is so beautiful!!
 
Thanks.

The back bump isn't either loop. Look at the chain and you will see the loops and a little bump on the backside, that bump is what you want to work into.
 
I think I got it, thank you so much for your help!

Do you sell these at any type of craft fair or anything?
 
I just make things to donate to various charities.
 
Just love this scarf. Started my first one this morning in the waiting room at the salon. Have a question for you. Why are we making the slots on both ends of the scarf? Is there any reason other than symmetry? I'm thinking that only one slot is required, am I not seeing something? Thank you.
 
If there is a slot at each end it works better for both righties and lefties.

Symmetry is important unless you want to go for asymmetry. LOL
 
Thank you for the pattern, worked up really quickly and easily. Really pleased with the end result.
 
love the pattern, whipped up two in no time today! Thanks for sharing, is there any way I can send you a picture?
 
suzettaw98226@yahoo.com

That's the email for correspondence. Glad you enjoyed the pattern.
 
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