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Ruffles & rose scarflette


I am addicted to accessories: earrings, necklaces, hats, scarves, gloves, BAGs etc... Women can never have enough accessories. Am I right or am I right?
The other day I wrote about a new white&lilac cowl. Well, it is actually a scarflette and my favourite neckwarmer. Here it is:





Usually I don't wear purple, because I always thought, that it turned my skin too "pale". This ruffle yarn is leftover from the scarf I have knitted for my mother-in-law for Christmas. I love its colour and doesn't turn me white.
The white yarn is a very soft bulky yarn. It was originally bought for a cowl.


Let's see the pattern. This will be easy-peasy :)


Materials

  • 1 ball of bulky white yarn ( e.g.: Schachenmayr Silenzio)
  • 1/3 ball of ruffle yarn (e.g.: Steinbach Wolle Swing)
  • crochet hook size 6-8 (recommended was 8, but I didn't have that size and my craft store was currently run out, so I used a smaller hook. It worked.)
  • knitting needle size 6
  • button (This is optional. I used a button on the rose to fasten the scarflette.)
  • thread 
Gauge

I skipped this step :)

Notice


I always find risky to use white yarn with some dark colour. So I gave them a try. I knotted two little pieces of the yarns together and washed it. They saved their colours, so that's why I like german quality (plus these brands have quite a modest price).




Abbreviations

st = stitch
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
* * = repeat
shell= 3 dc 1 ch. Worked into the space between two 3 dc shell groups. 

Pattern

chain 21
1. row: ch 3 (count as 1 dc) and turn, 2 dc to the same stitch, 1 ch, * skip 2, 3 dc to the next st, 1 ch * this row ends with 3dc on the last st (= 7 shells)
2. row: ch 3 and turn * skip 2, 3 dc to the next st, 1 ch *  end this row with 1 dc to the last st (= 6 shells + 1 dc and 3 ch on the edges)
3. row = 1. row
4. row = 2. row

Repeat 1-2 rows for 6 times.



The ruffle edges:

Start with 18 stitches.

With simple knitting knit 8 rows. Ruffle yarn has its own way of knitting, on Youtube you can find more useful video tutorials.

Sew on the ruffle edges.

The rose:

I have already shared the pattern here. (See at the end of the post.)


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Comments

  1. This is so cute! I love that ruffle yarn I have never seen before.

    Christine @ Projectsaroundthehouse.blogspot.com

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  2. Very cute! Consider sharing with my readers at http://sassafrassalvation.blogspot.com/2012/02/sasss-sunday-salvation-show-11.html !

    Happy Valentine's Day,

    Kathy

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  3. I love it! I'm your newest linky follower. Stop by www.thenymelrosefamily.blogspot.com and check me out.

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  4. Gorgeous! I really wish I could make one myself! I would love for you to share it at my new link party!

    http://www.mom4realky.blogspot.com/2012/02/4-real-friday-link-party-1.html

    Jessica @ Mom 4 Real

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  5. Awesome! Hanni love your crochet projects.. The ruffles look amazing, love the color too..I remember once my mom taught me to crochet and it was so much fun now I wish I would have been serious then.. :)
    Thanks for linking up at Friday fun party..

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  6. Very pretty! Thanks for sharing the pattern. And thanks for linking up to Terrific Tuesdays.
    Rachel

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  7. How cute!! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern with us at Link It Up Thursday.

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  8. Love this. So pretty. I am going to feature it tonight on Blissful and Domestic

    Thanks so much for linking up and sharing on Blissful & Domestic.

    http://blissfulanddomestic.blogspot.com/

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  9. It looks so beautiful and cozy! I love the rose and the purple ruffle touches. I'll be featuring you wednesday night. Thanks so much for sharing at the Kiss Me I'm Irish party over at I Gotta Create! <3

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  10. Thank you so much for linking up to my first link party last Friday! Party #2 is live, and I would love for you to come link up something new!

    http://www.mom4realky.blogspot.com/2012/02/4-real-friday-link-party-2.html

    Jessica @ Mom 4 Real

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  11. Absolutely gorgeous!!! Love the way you matched the two yarns.
    I'm your newest follower and would love for you to follow mine too! :)
    Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial!
    Have a fabulous weekend!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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