Geo Napa Crochet wrap or scarf that’s relaxing and fun to work up! The slip stitches are guided by using the chain one spaces so no surface stitch guessing! A warm, fashionable, and cozy piece.
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5.0mm (H hook)
Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Big Twist Baby Yarn:
Color A: Elephant (2 skeins)
Color B: Baby Cotton Tail (Small: 2 skeins, Large: 3 skeins)
Big Twist Value Yarn:
Color C: Medium Grey (1 skein)
Small: 475 yards,
Large: 935 yards
sc- Single Crochet
Fsc- Foundation Single Crochet
esc- Extended Single Crochet (defined below)
4 x4 inches in stitch pattern:
11 rows by 12 stitches
Small/Thin: 11 inches wide by 59 inches long
Large/Wide: 22 inches wide by 59 inches long
Extended Single Crochet (esc): Insert hook into next stitch and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through 1 loop on hook, yarn over and pull through last 2 loops on hook.
Written pattern instructions for Geo Napa Crochet Wrap or Scarf:
**Chain 1 does count as stitch unless indicated otherwise
Row 1: With Color A, Fsc 32 (64), turn OR chain 33 (65), sc in second chain from hook and across, turn. 32 (64)
Row 2: ch 1 (does not count as stitch), [esc, ch 1, skip 1] five times, esc in next 5, [esc, ch 1, skip 1] three times, esc in next 5, [esc, ch 1, skip 1] two times, esc in remaining 2 (34) stitches across, turn. 32 (64)
Row 3: ch 1 (does not count as stitch), sc 2 (34), [ch 1, skip 1, sc] two times, sc in next 5, [ch 1, skip 1, sc] three times, sc in next 5, [ch 1, skip 1, sc] five times, turn. 32 (64)
Rows 4-15: Repeat rows 2-3 six more times. 32 (64)
Rows 16-21: With Color B: Repeat rows 2-3 three more times. 32 (64)
Rows 22-31: With Color A: Repeat rows 2-3 five more times. 32 (64)
Rows 32-37: With Color B: Repeat rows 2-3 three more times. 32 (64)
Rows 38-43: With Color A: Repeat rows 2-3 three more times. 32 (64)
Rows 44-123: With Color B: Repeat rows 2-3 forty more times 32 (64)
Rows 124-129: With Color A: Repeat rows 2-3 three more times. 32 (64)
Rows 130-135: With Color B: Repeat rows 2-3 three more times 32 (64)
Rows 136-147: With Color A: Repeat rows 2-3 six more times. 32 (64)
Rows 148-153: With Color B: Repeat rows 2-3 three more times. 32 (64)
Rows 154-167: With Color A: Repeat rows 2-3 seven more times. 32 (64)
Row 168: Ch 1 (does not count as stitch), sc in each stitch across, fasten off, weave in color change ends. Tie beginning and ending strands into tassels or weave them in. 32 (64)
Slip Stitch Lines: With Color C, attach to a slip stitch space made by ch 1’s on one end of scarf/wrap. Slip stitch to the next chain space in the row above. Continue slip stitching into the chain spaces vertically up the scarf/wrap. Repeat for each line of chain spaces. No need to weave in the ends, they can be tied into the tassels.
Tassels: Cut 96 (192) strands of yarn approx. 6-7 inches long. To make this process faster, wrap around a cell phone or small book and cut once. Tie 3 strands of yarn, approx. every other stitch, on each end of the wrap/scarf.
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