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Peacock Scarf

Updated: Dec 21, 2020

Peacock Scarf

Designed by Angi Vale

Skill level: Easy




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Gauge: 3 spaces= 2 ½”

Materials:

Main color (MC)= Medium (4) weight, self striping yarn with purple, blue and green

Color A (CA)= Lavender, medium (4) weight yarn

DK weight for feathers

Color B (CB)= Green, DK (3) weight yarn

Color C (CC)= Blue, DK (3) weight yarn

Fur= Loops & Threads Glamorous, Multicolor #5, super bulky 6 weight

H & K Hook

Tapestry Needle to sew in ends

Button optional

Abbreviations US terms:

ch= chain

dc= double crochet

sk= skip

st(s)= stitch(es)

sl st= slip stitch

sc=single crochet

hdc= half double crochet

tr=treble crochet

yo= yarn over

MC= main color

CA= color a

CB= color b

CC= color c

Special Stitches:

mr= magic ring

p= picot stitch: ch 2, sl st into base of ch

Notes: For single wrap scarf you can add a button, The button added here was placed off center and crocheted over to match the main color.


Single Wrap Scarf

Size K hook

MC Ch 19

Row 1: Dc in 7th ch from hook, *ch 2, sk 2 sts, dc, repeat 4 times, (5 spaces)

Row 2: Ch 4, turn, sk 2 sts, dc, *ch 2, sk 2 sts, dc repeat 4 times, (5 spaces)

Row 3-44: Repeat Row 2, do not finish off.

Scarf Border

Do not turn, continuing around for border *p, sc, repeat all the way around, for each corner you’ll have 2 (ch 2, p, sc) Finish off, weave in ends


Double Wrap Scarf

Size K hook

MC Ch 13

Row 1: Dc in 7th ch from hook, *ch 2, sk 2 sts,dc, repeat 2 times, (3 spaces)

Row 2: Ch 4, turn, sk 2 sts, dc, *ch 2, sk 2 sts, dc repeat 2 times, (3 spaces)

Row 3-88: Repeat Row 2, do not finish off.

Scarf Border

Do not turn, continuing around for border *p, sc, repeat all the way around, for each corner you’ll have 2 (ch 2, p, sc) Finish off, weave in ends


Peacock Feathers

Size H hook

CA: Purple

CB: Blue

CC: Green

Work each beg st in same st as ch

Make 10 for Single wrap scarf and 6 for double wrap scarf


Row 1: Start with CA, MR, Ch 2, dc, hdc, dc, tr, 3 dc, tr, dc, hdc, dc, switch to CB, 2 dc in mr. Tighten mr, join to top of beginning st

Row 2: Using CB, Ch 2, hdc, 2 hdc, hdc, 2 hdc, sc, 2sc, sc, 2 hdc, hdc, 2 hdc, hdc, dc, dc, join to top of beg st

Row 3: Using CC, Ch 1, sc, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, 2 dc, tr, tr, 2 dc, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, sc, 2 sc, sc, sc, sc, join to top of beginning st, finish off, weave in ends.


Single Wrap Scarf: Adding Feathers to Scarf

Size H hook

You will have 4 different chain lengths, crochet the lengths depending on your preference. The scarf in picture is (short, medium, long, medium 2, short) lengths.


Attach yarn in any color that matches feathers (picture is shown w MC) Attach yarn to the center wide base of each feather and Ch desired length below:

Short length: ch 5

Medium length: ch 10

Medium 2 length: ch 15

Long length: ch 20

Sl st in between p sts on border, ch 252 (or length of scarf) leaving a long tail about 24”, loosely finish off with a knot, you’ll be undoing this knot after weaving. Weave 252 strand ch through mesh loops, undo knot, sl st in between p sts on border the same as you did on the opposite side and ch the matching short, medium, medium 2 or long length, sts to feather, finish off, weave in ends.



Double Wrap Scarf: Adding Feathers to Scarf

Size H hook

You will have 2-3 different chain lengths for feathers depending on your preference. The scarf in picture is (medium, long, short) lengths.


Attach yarn in any color that matches feather's (picture is shown w mc for single wrap scarf and ca and cc for double wrap scarf) Attach yarn to the center wide base of each feather and Ch desired length below:

Short length: ch 4

Medium length: ch 5

Long length: ch 10

Sl st in between p sts on border, ch 127 (or length of scarf) leaving a long tail about 24”, loosely finish off with a knot, you’ll be undoing this knot after weaving. Weave 127 strand ch through mesh loops, undo knot, sl st in between p sts on border the same as you did on the opposite side and ch the matching short, medium or long length, sts to feather, finish off, weave in ends.


Feather like Strands

Cut 3 strands of fun fur or similar yarn for each chain space

(3 groups of 3 for double wrap scarf, 5 groups of three for single wrap scarf)

Cut them to the length of the scarf, including the length it takes to reach the bottom of the feathers for both sides of that space and add an additional 6” to each side. (You will be trimming the fun fur 3” below each feather, 6” gives you a little extra room for trimming at the end. Be careful not to stretch the yarn while measuring, for accurate length.)


Weave the 3 strands through the mesh leaving an even amount of fun fur at each end of the scarf. You will insert your hook into the sc space between the picot border, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull tail through the loop, creating a tassel. Do the same for the other side be sure to stretch the scarf so your tassels are a loose fit inside the mesh and not constricting the stretch of the scarf. Repeat for each space, finish off. Trim ends on each space, 3” below feather (be sure you are not stretching the fun fur as you cut it to this length.)


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