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Free Knitting & Crochet Pattern: Festival Scarf and Necklace

 

Festival Scarf Festival Necklace
Festival scarf Festival Necklace

 

Festival Scarf (Knit)
Knitted Measurements

Approx 56" x 3"

Materials
1 x Festival #16
US Size 15 knitting needles

Gauge
Approx 8 st = 3" in Garter Stitch

To knit scarf:
Cast on 8 stitches.
Knit every row until scarf measures 56".
Bind off all stitches.

 

Festival Necklace (Crochet)
Measurements

Approx 24"

Materials
1 x Festival #16 (1 ball will make several necklaces)
US Size P16 (11.5 mm) crochet hook

Gauge
Not important

Notes:

  • Length of necklace can be varied by varying the number of crochet stitches.
  • Thickness of necklace can be varied by varying the number of strands.

To begin, chain the number of stitches to make a length of 24".
Slip stitch in first stitch to form a loop/circle. This forms the first loop/circle strand.

For 2nd strand, increase the numbr of chains by 2 over the previous strand.
To make the 2nd loop/circle strand, slip stitch through first stitches of BOTH first and second strands.

For 3rd strand, increase the numbr of chains by 2 over the previous strand.
To make the 2nd loop/circle strand, slip stitch through first stitches of BOTH first and second strands

Bind off. Weave in all ends.

 

Copyright 2011 NuMei - This pattern may be used for non-commercial personal or guild use. Reproduction in print in any publication or electronic/digital format without permission is strictly prohibited.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the directions contained in this pattern are accurate and complete; However, we cannot be responsible for individual variance, human or typographical errors.

 

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