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August 4, 2017 Cluster V Stitch Scarf with Pockets

Cluster V Stitch Scarf With Pockets

Cluster V Stitch Scarf With Pockets


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Introduction

This beautiful Cluster V Stitch Scarf is really easy to make!  It’s a great pattern to work on while you are relaxing in front of the tv.  I have included sizes for kids, women, and men.  You can choose to do this scarf in white as shown or any color you wish.  I have also included instructions on how to make it wider or shorter if you would like to adjust the width. 

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Materials Needed

Hook Size: 5.00 mm
Yarn Brand: Red Heart Super Saver Jumbo
Yarn Color: Soft White
Yardage: 1 Skein (744 Yards – “I used about a half a skein to make a kid-sized scarf)
Stitches Used: Single Crochet, Double Crochet, and Cluster V Stitch

Stitches Used

Single Crochet: Insert hook into specified stitch, yarn over, draw up and pull through both loops.

Double Crochet: Yarn over and insert hook into the specified stitch, yarn over, draw up, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over and pull through both loops.

Cluster V Stitch: *Yarn Over, Insert your hook into specified stitch, yarn over, draw up, yarn over and pull through 2 loops, yarn over and insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over, draw up, yarn over and pull through 2 loops, yarn over and pull through 3 loops.*  Repeat from *into the same stitch.

Measurements

2-4 Year Old – 62″ long (With 6″ pocket depth)
6-8 Year Old – 65″ long (With 6″ pocket depth)
10-12 Year Old – 68″ long (With 6″ pocket depth)
Women/Teen – 74″ long (With 7″ pocket depth)
Men – 77″ long (With 7″ pocket depth)
Fitted – If you would like to make your scarf fitted to the person you are making it for then with them standing with their hands at their sides measure from the tip of one hand, around their neck, to the tip of the other hand for your total length.  To get your pocket depth measure from the tip of one hand to right above the wrist.  If you want it to be deeper than that you can add more to it.

The Pattern

Foundation Chain
Chain 22 (6.5″ Wide Scarf – If you would like to make your scarf shorter or wider then adjust your chain in even numbers.  For example, if you want it to be wider you could chain 24, 26, or 28 instead of chaining 22.  If you want to go smaller you can chain 20, 18, or 16 if you want to go smaller.  You could even make an afghan if you want to make your starting chain wide enough for that.)

Row 1
Flip your chain over so that the back humps are facing up.  Single Crochet into the back hump of the second chain and into every chain until you reach the end.  Turn. (21 Single Crochets)

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Row 2
Chain 2.  Skip the first stitch/single crochet and Cluster V Stitch (see instructions above on how to do this) into the second stitch/single crochet from the hook.  *Skip the next stitch and Cluster V Stitch into the following stitch/single crochet.*  Repeat from * until you reach the last stitch.  Double Crochet into the last stitch.  Turn.  (10 Cluster V Stitches and 1 Double Crochet)\

Row 3+
Repeat Row 2 until you have reached your desired length + pocket depth.  Fasten off and weave in your ends

Adding The Pockets
Flip up the ends of your scarf 6″ or 7″ (based on the pocket depth listed above for the size you are making) to create both of your pockets with a 6″ or 7″ depth.  If you want your pockets to be deeper or more shallow make sure you adjust your total scarf length to accommodate the new pocket depth.  Join your yarn at the end of the side of your pocket and slip stitch the first side together.  Fasten off and weave in your ends.  Repeat on the other 3 pocket sides and then you are done!!

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Credits

Pattern Designer & Post-Author: Uneeda Phipps from U-NEED-A Crafty Creation

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My name is Uneeda Phipps but I go by Danielle. I love love love to craft and learn new techniques! I paint, crochet, and sew a variety of products. I have 2 little boys, a cat, 2 dogs, and 2 guinea pigs that help inspire my creations and a wonderful and supportive husband that makes this all possible! I am also a huge animal lover and have an Associates degree in Veterinary Technology and I used to work as a Website Designer/Marketing Manager for my sister’s business. If you have any questions or need help with anything on my website don’t hesitate to contact me.

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