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Scarf Inside A Scarf

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This Scarf Inside A Scarf is a unique tutorial that is super easy to complete using any two scarves. The second scarf that's woven throughout the first scarf can be left unattached, so you can easily switch it out to match your outfit or mood. Watch this video tutorial from Michael Sellick to learn how it's done. This free crochet scarf pattern uses the butterfly stitch.

 

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I'VE JUST MADE THREE OF THESE SCARVES AND HAVE VARIED THE NUMBER OF STITCHES TO ACCOMMODATE THE DIFFERENT SCARVES AND THICKNESS OF YARNS USED. THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL AND I JUST WANT TO THANK YOU FOR CREATING SUCH A LOVELY PROJECT. YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST AND I LOVE YOUR EASY TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS.

Excellent video instructions

No matter how I try to print these instructions, nothing works!!!! Feeling frustrated. Where can I print the darn instructions plz!

Written instructions can be found at :http://www.thecrochetcrowd.com/en/scarves-infinity-wraps-and-winter-wear/902-scarf-within-a-scarf.html

Written instructions may be seen at top of screen when viewing tutorial. So you don't have to pause the tutorial, I have written them here: Using Red Heart Boutique- Midnight Shadow. Using a smaller hook than recommended on the package gives you tighter, neater stitches. H hook used in the video tutorial Technique: Butterfly stitch. Foundation row: CH 16. DC in 4th ch from hook. DC in next 2 ch. ( equals 3 DC) CH 8, 1 DC in last three chain, Turn. Row 2: CH 3, 1 DC in next 2 st. (equals 3 DC) CH 8, 1 DC in last three dc. Turn. (Butterfly row: you will notice three chain 8s in your work resulting from the foundation row & the last 2 rows.) Row 3: CH 3, Dc in next 2 st. CH 4, taking care that work is not twisted, slst underneath the previous 3 rows of ch 8s, CH 4, 1 DC in last 3 st. Turn. Row 4: CH 3, 1 DC in next 2 st. (equals 3 DC) CH 8, 1 DC in last three dc. Turn. Repeat pattern until there are 3 chain 8 lines. Turn. CH 3, Dc in next 2 st. CH 4, taking care that work is not twisted, slst underneath the previous 3 rows of ch 8s, CH 4, 1 DC in last 3 st. Turn. Repeat rows until desired length is reached, keeping in mind the length of your second scarf if used. If Slst doesnt seem centered, you may gently pull it until it is, or stretch your work from both sides of butterfly (see video).

You may want to tweak this pattern a bit by using a single crochet instead of a slip stitch when making the butterfly....

I also am a newbie and need a written pattern is there anywhere to get a written pattern?

i would like a printed version of this patten so i can try to make one or two

I typed out the instructions from the tutorial. Couldn't find them written anywhere.

Super easy to follow from the video tutorial. Have just made one in less than an hour for a Christmas present. Thanks!

YES PLEASE POST PATTERN THANK YOU TONI LYNN

Could you please please post the written the directions? I wrote them down as I watched the video, but that is so hard to watch a video and write at the same time. All the other patterns are written. I don't understand why this one is only a video. I love, love the concept.

I would love to crochet this scarf but do not seem to understand what yarn to use as to say worsted weight and aran well I come from the UK so what yarn weight would the best for me to use plus is this patern done in print to download

I lovve the scarf! The video is helpful but need a written pattern to keep my place...also as a newbie, I have to stop restart or stop & go back to watch a few times.

Made this today....can't wait to wear it tomorrow...It was so easy and looks beautiful to me.......I plan on making some more in different colors for me and to give as gifts. I just love the video - it helped. thanks!

It looks fabulous. I can't wait to make one for my daughter-in-law and granddaughters. Thank you

This is a GREAT scarf and since I dye my own silk scarves I can really have fun with the colors I choose... my only frustration is that the video and the written instructions (here: http://thecrochetcrowd.com/butterfly-scarf.html ) don't match. First, do you do a SC or a slip stitch on row 5? Video says slip, written says SC. Second: Chain 2 or chain 3? Video says 3 written instructions say 2... it makes a difference - and yes, I do know that you usually use 3 when working with DC and 2 when working with HDC. oh well! :)

Follow Up: decision made. SC works better and looks... smoother? Chain 3 for sure.

I just noticed that in the video. He said slip stitch, but it sure looks like he did a single crochet. Even if he di a slip stitch, I think a single crochet would be prettier.

A written pattern should be provided.

http://thecrochetcrowd.com/butterfly-scarf.html

Written pattern please, so I can pass it along to friends in the nursing homes that starting crocheting again and do not have computers. Thanks.

http://thecrochetcrowd.com/butterfly-scarf.html

This video was great but can you please also add writen instuctions to print out. I have to go to the library to use the internet. I would love to have a printed copy I can take home and work on. ty

http://thecrochetcrowd.com/butterfly-scarf.html

Love, thank you so much. I will be making several of these. love this, thank you so much. I will be making several of these.

His website has the printed instructions. http://thecrochetcrowd.com/butterfly-scarf.html only took a little bit of looking.

I would really love the printed version. I loved the tutorial and found it quite helpful, but I don't write fast enough to get directions that I can understand. Thank you.

I loved the tutorial and found it a bit fast for me is there any way I could get the printed version of the pattern. I am not a beginner crocheter but I am not an advance one. I have some experience crocheting and I am not able to keep up with the instructions on the video. I tried to write the direction down that appear on the top of the screen of the video but they went to fast also. Please could you please post the printed version of the pattern. Thank you for your time.

I would also like a printed version of this pattern please.

Thank you so much for taking the time to show us such a beautiful pattern. I did enjoy the video and yes it is a little slow but that doesn't bother me at all because if your a beginner it is quite helpful and we have all started as beginners. I was able to write down the pattern and Love it so very much. Thank you again and I WILL look for more of Michaels's patterns..

I learn more quickly by actually seeing something done - I can write the pattern down as I watch. The tutorial is not very long, but it is very helpful for me, and I imagine I am not the only one who finds it useful.

I really dislike the practice of have video tutorials only. Many of us are capable of reading a pattern and following it without visual help. the videos come with ads and music and are unbearably slow-moving. Lots of unnecessary chatter.

Never mind watched the tutorial. Simple enough to write down yourself. Thanks

I too would like a printable pattern.

@Bunker: Please give Mikey's tutorial a chance. You'll know the pattern in minutes just by watching. As soon as I finish making Mikey's beanie for my son, I've slated to make this scarf for myself.

I want this pattern, Scarf inside a Scarf, but I do not want to sit and watch the video, I want to beable to print it out how can I get it in print?

Michael can i get the pattern for the scarf inside a scarf written out so I can print it?

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