Railway Ties Scarf

Designs by Diligence

Railway Ties Scarf by Julia Schwartzby Julia Schwartz

Model: Julia Schwartz
Photos: Justin Schwartz
Special Thanks to Terri Pyles for letting us use your back yard.

Difficulty: Easy

I saw a sweater that had cables that were surrounded by chains. I loved the look and I started to play around with my yarn and this scarf is what came out of my hook. It is a simple pattern that repeats every four rows so it is easy to follow. Since there is open work, you can play with where you tie the scarf for a long or short look. Also, this scarf looks great with the right side or the back side facing out.


Size: One Size; 5″ x 44″

Materials:

  • Red Heart Super Saver[100% Acrylic; 121yd/111m per 2.5oz/70g skein]; color: Tea Leaf; 1 skein
  • I/9 (5.50mm size) hook

Gauge: 12 sts/15 rows = 4″ in sc

Railway Ties Scarf by Julia Schwartz

Directions:

Row 1: Ch 23, dc in 4th ch from hook and dc in each ch across, for a total of 20 dc.

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), bpdc in next st, fpdc in next 4 sts, bpdc in next 2 sts. Sk 4 sts, ch 4, bpdc in next 2 sts, fpdc in next 4 sts, bpdc in last 2 sts.

Row 3: Ch 3, fpdc in next st, bpdc in next 4 sts, fpdc in next 2 sts. Sk 4 sts, ch 4, fpdc in next 2 sts, bpdc in next 4 sts, fpdc in last 2 sts.

Row 4: Ch 3, bpdc in next st, sk 2 sts, fpdc in next two sts. Go back to skipped sts and fpdc in each skipped st. Bpdc in next 2 sts, sk 4 sts, ch 4, bpdc in next 2 sts. Sk 2 sts, fpdc in next 2 sts. Go back to skipped sts and fpdc in each skipped st, bpdc in las 2 sts.

Row 5: Repeat row 3.

Rows 6-89: Repeat rows 2-5.

Finishing: Finish off and weave in all ends. Block if needed.

About the Designer
Julia SchwartzJulia Schwartz is a crafter that loves to create. Most often she finds her release of creativity in crochet. She comes from a long line of crafters so it is ingrained in her. By the time this issue comes out she will be a couple weeks away from moving with her family to Toronto, Ontario. Her husband will be starting a doctorate program, her daughter will be starting preschool, and she will be holding down the fort. If you would like to keep up with her crazy adventure you can read her blog at designsbydiligence.blogspot.com .

Pattern & images © Julia Schwartz. All rights reserved.

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