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Cross My Heart Scarf
Cross My Heart Scarf
This image courtesy of hautekippy.blogspot.com

"The gently variegated colors of this particular yarn lend themselves beautifully to the subtle repeat of the Cross My Heart Scarf, so named for the rows of X's in the pattern. This soft scarf is extra wide and the perfect length to wear snugly wrapped over, or under your coat."

Easy

Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge9 stitches, 5 rows = 4" square in hdc

Finished Size9" x 69"

Materials List

  • 2 skeins Lion Brand Homespun in Tudor

Instructions

Scarf is worked in a repeating pattern consisting of half double crochets and treble crochets which are stitched to form X's.

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I love this scarf pattern, but boy, I wish Bethany had worked this up in a solid colored yarn instead of that tweedy one she selected. You just can see the stitch texture in the photos and that really doesnt do the project any justice. Ive worked this pattern before, and while the crosses are quite visible in person, theyre practically invisible in the supplied photos.

I almost didn't look at this when I saw the name. I figured it was a heart pattern and that wasn't what I wanted. But then I took a look and oh my yes, I do like it and want to make it. In fact I think it would make a great table runner also. Done n colors like this it would be great for summer.

I know. This really needs to be worked up in a lighter colored yarn so the stitches can be seen.

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