New Year’s Resolution Blog Hop
The start of each new year brings renewed energy for making changes within one’s life. One thing that will never likely to change is your love for crochet and yarn.
Cosy Rosie UK is hosting the New Year’s Resolution Blog Hop all January long. Each day features a crochet pattern related to a resolution, such as learning a new stitch, being more eco-friendly and more!
Today, January 17th, I’m excited to the be the featured designer with the Peaks Scarf! I chose this crochet pattern for the resolution of ‘Learn a new stitch.’ I enjoy modifying stitches or a technique to create a more professional look. The Peaks Scarf is made with a modified Prong Stitch. which is alternating rows of Split Front Post treble stitches and single crochet.
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- Caron Simply Soft, Medium weight #4 yarn (100% Premium Acrylic; 315 yds/ 288 m; 6 oz/ 170.1 g skein)
- Skinny: Ocean (Color A) – 1 skein or 315 yds
- Standard: Ocean (Color A) – 1 skein, Dark Country Blue (Color B) – 69 yds/1.2 oz or a total of 384 yds/ 7.5 oz
- Super Wide: 2 skeins or 630 yds/ 576 m; 12 oz/ 340.2 g
- Hook US I/9 (5.5 mm) or size needed to meet gauge. I recommend Furls Odyssey
- Yarn needle
- Measuring tape
15 pattern stitches = 4” [10 cm] x 12 pattern rows = 4” [10 cm], measured on the back
Skinny: 4” wide x 60” long [10 cm x 152.5 cm]
Standard: 6.5” wide x 65” long [14 cm x 165 cm]
Super wide: 10.5” wide x 80” long [26.5 cm x 200 cm]
- beg: beginning
- Ch: chain
- CSDC: chainless starting double stitch
- dc: double crochet
- fdc: foundation double crochet
- fsc: foundation single crochet
- RS: right side
- sc: single crochet
- sk: skip
- Split FPtr: split front post treble crochet
- st(s): stitch(es)
- WS: wrong side
- YO: yarn over
SPECIAL STITCHES & TECHNIQUES
CSDC: pull up a loop, holding loop in place and wrap yarn around hook (YO made), insert hook in first st, YO, pull up a loop, [YO, pull through 2 loops] twice
Split FPtr: YO twice, working in front of previous row, insert hook from front to back around post of dc indicated 2 rows below, YO, pull up a loop, [YO, pull through 2 loops on hook] twice, YO, insert hook in next st, YO, pull up a loop (4 loops on hook), YO, pull through 2 loops (3 loops on hook), YO twice, sk next 3 sts 2 rows below, insert hook front to back around post of next dc, YO, pull up a loop (6 loops on hook), [YO, pull through 2 loops] twice, YO, pull through 4 loops
- For the following Split FPtr, you will work around the next st after skipping 3 sts 2 rows below. There will always be 3 sts between the legs of each Split FPtr.
Video Tutorial for Split Front Post Treble Crochet
- Pattern is written US terms
- Read the entire pattern before beginning.
- CSDC can be replaced with ch 3, but it may make a noticeable gap.
- Every double crochet and split FPtr row of the body will be the RS.
- When working a split FPtr, be sure to count the dc between the legs of the previous split FPtr.
- Every single crochet row of the body will be the WS.
- The width of the scarf can be adjusted by making a multiple 8+1.
- Alternative instructions are provided for Row 1 with a starting chain rather than foundation stitches.
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For Standard Size Width
Row 1 (RS): Fdc 23, turn
Alternate Start: Ch 25
Row 1 (RS): Dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in each ch across, turn – 23 dc
Proceed to Row 2
Row 2 (WS): Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn – 23 dc
Note: It may help to pull the split FPtr forward to ensure that you work in the next st and not skip it. If it is skipped, there will not be enough sts to complete the row as written.
Row 3 (WS): CSDC in first st, dc in next 2 sts, Split FPtr beg around second dc 2 rows below, *dc in next 7 sts, sk next 3 dc 2 rows below, Split FPtr beg around next dc; repeat from * until 3 sts remain, dc in last 3 sts, turn – 3 Split FPtr, 20 dc
Row 4: Ch 1, sc in first st, sc in each st across, turn – 23 sc
Row 5: CSDC in first st, dc in next 6 sts, Split FPtr beg around sixth dc 2 row below, *dc in next 7 sts, sk next 3 dc 2 rows below, Split FPtr beg around next dc; repeat from * until 7 sts remain, dc in last 7 sts, turn – 2 Split FPtr, 21 dc
Row 6: Ch 1, sc in first st, sc in each st across, turn – 23 sc
Next Rows: Repeat Row 3-6 until scarf measures 51” [129.5 cm]
Next Rows: Change to Color B, repeat Row 3-6 for 14” [35.5 cm], fasten off
Note: Scarf can be made in one color.
Sew in all ends, trim excess.
Crochet for a Cause
This design was featured in Edyth Blayn’s summer long Crochet for a Cause in 2020. Each week featured 2 patterns, a hat and a scarf.
Check out the other featured patterns!
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Courtney, this is a beautiful scarf! You’re so sweet to offer it for free.
Thank you, Nancy!
This is beautiful and I love the texture!
Thank you, Kristen!
I am looking for a new pattern. It looks like a nice textured scarf. I make scarves to donate to various nonprofits.
That’s great that you donate scarves to the nonprofits! Thank you for wanting to add this pattern to your go to list when making.