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Star Bright Angled Scarf

Fall is so close I can smell it in the air! Crisp fall mornings and evenings, beautiful trees, pumpkin flavored everything and glorious winter accessories!!!! The Star Bright Angled Scarf is the perfect fall project. This scarf can be beautiful in variegated yarn or the stitch can speak for itself in a lovely solid color. The Star Bright Angled Scarf will have you floating in compliments and wrapped in cozy wonderful yarn!

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The pattern is written for both child and teen/adult sizes but the Star Bright Angled Scarf is perfect because it can be made in any length. You simply stop when it is the length you need. So very simply it could be made for a toddler or in plus sizes. Go have fun with it! Don't forget that I would love to see your creations of the Star Bright Angled Scarf so please share them with me on Facebook, Ravelry, Instagram or Twitter.

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Star Bright Angled Scarf


Sizes/Measurements
Child 40" long
Teen/Adult 60" long

Materials
I hook
DK or light Worsted Weight yarn 436-872 yrds. (I used Plymouth Gina in 0011 and 0016)
Yarn needle
Stitch markers
Scissors

Abbreviations
Ch - chain
Sc - single crochet
Sl st - slip stitch
st - stitch

Gauge
16 sc x 16 rows = 4" square

Difficulty Level
Intermediate

Notes
-Please read all notes before beginning the pattern.
-The pattern uses simple stitches but in a stitch pattern that may feel strange or unfamiliar at first. Please pay close attention to the pattern and use stitch markers if you feel you need to.
-The pattern is written in two sizes, Child and Teen/Adult. However the Star Bright Angled Scarf is very customizable. Simply work it to the desired length if you prefer one that is longer or shorter.
-When working the scarf I alternated two different color ways of Plymouth Yarn Gina. I worked one skein of 0011 and then one skein of 0016. The effect was really fun and it would work with other variegated yarns.
-The increases only happen on one side of the scarf. It will have one straight side and one side that moves further and further away from the straight edge.
-Please utilize the photo tutorials located in THIS post. My testers all found that having a visual, especially for the beginning of the pattern, was extremely helpful.
-At the end of your rows you can place your last sts in the space left by the previous row’s turning ch 2 or you can place your last sts in the top ch of the previous row’s turning ch 2. I have found that your straight edge stays more even if you go into the ch.

Instructions
All photo tutorials are located in THIS post.

Ch 5

Row 1: (Sc, ch 1 sc) in 3rd ch from hook, skip 1 ch, sc in last ch, ch 2 turn. (3 sc)

Row 2: Skip 2 sc, (sc, ch 1, sc) in ch 1 sp, skip 1 sc, sc in next ch, ch 2, turn. (3 sc)

Row 3-4: Repeat row 2.

Row 5 Increase row: Skip 2 sc, (sc, ch 1, sc) in ch 1 sp, skip 1 sc, (sc, ch 1, 2 sc) in next ch, ch 2, turn. (5 sc)

Row 6: Skip 2 sc, *(sc, ch 1, sc) in ch 1 sp, skip 2 sc,* repeat *to* to end, on last repeat skip 1 sc, sc in next ch, ch 2, turn. (5 sc)

Row 7-8: Repeat row 6. 

Row 9 Increase row: Skip 2 sc, *(sc, ch1, sc) in ch 1 sp, skip 2 sc,* repeat *to* to end, on last repeat skip 1 sc, (sc, ch 1, 2 sc) in next ch, ch 2, turn. (7 sc)

Row 10-your desired length: Repeat rows 6-9. See the sizing chart at the beginning of the pattern for suggested lengths. End on row 8 and repeat row 6 once more. (Every increase row your stitch count will increase by 2 sc)

Edging:

Row 1: Working down the angled side of the scarf in the sides of the final sc of the turning rows, *ch 5, sl st in the end of the next increase row,* repeat *to* to end with final st in the first row, ch 1, turn.

Row 2: Sl st in the first three chs, *ch 5, remove hook from yarn, insert hook in the next ch 5 loop, place yarn back on hook* continue across till you have placed your hook in the last ch 5 loop, place yarn back on hook, ch 3, sc in ch 1 sp from your very last scarf row.

Break yarn, weave in ends.


Wear your beautiful new scarf and enjoy!


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If you enjoyed this pattern try the Warm Up Quick Infinity Scarf.

Comments

  1. I can tell that you love fall as I do, and you are right--this is the perfect fall project. It's working up quickly enough (making it in Autumn colors) so that I'll have time to wear it a lot throughout the rest of the season. Thank you for sharing this lovely pattern.

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    1. I am so glad to hear that you are enjoying the pattern! Please share a picture with me when you are done - or even now while you are in progress! To share on FB: facebook.com/stringwithstyle and on IG please tag me @stringwithstyle I would absolutely love to see it!

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  2. This scarf is suitable for children and adults as well. I like its extremely unique pattern. I'd like to repeat the same following your instructions.

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    1. Yes you are correct, you would just continue to make it longer till it reaches the length you need to wrap around you comfortably. I'm glad you enjoy the pattern!!

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  3. This is undoubtedly a wonderful post with a good description of the work, now I can make such a scarf for my goddaughter.

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