A chunky, masculine scarf, perfect for wrapping up with on cold days. This super-quick project makes a great last-minute gift.
ADVANCED SKILLS USED
• Raised trebles
• Rico Essentials Big, 50% wool/50% acrylic, 50g/48m/53yds
Shade: Light Grey 22 x 5 balls
• 9mm hook
• Tapestry needle
Work 13 sts and 6 rows in basket weave stitch st to measure 18 x 19cm/7 x 7.5in using 9mm hook or size required to obtain tension.
Finished scarf measures 198 x 18cm/78 x 7in.
Row 1: 1 tr in 4th ch from hk, 1 tr into each ch to end, turn - 14 sts.
Row 2: 3ch, miss first st, [1 rtrf around each of next 4 sts], 1 rtrb round each of next 4 sts, rep bet [ ], 1 tr into top of t-ch, turn.
Rows 3-5: Rep row 2.
Row 6: 3ch, miss first st, [1 rtrb around each of next 4 sts], 1 rtrf around each of next 4 sts, rep bet [ ], 1 tr into top of t-ch, turn.
Rows 7-9: Rep row 6.
Rep rows 2-9 a further six times, rep rows 2-5 once.
Fasten off. Weave in ends.
Add four tassels to each end of the scarf. For each tassel, cut six 30cm pieces of yarn, group together, fold in half, thread folded end through stitch (place these evenly across scarf at beginning of each set of 4 sts), loop folded yarn around end of yarn and pull down, fastening the tassel in place.