Pokeball Scarf

by Kelley Freeman

 

I made this over the past summer, and it was featured on FYPblog, so I figured I would go ahead and post the pattern. It’s easy to figure out and not too hard for people with crochet experience to figure out. :)

Yarn: any acrylic, but "I Love This Yarn!" is always good.

Hook: H or I is fine. Gauge really doesn’t matter


It’s crocheted long ways, so it’ll be 10 long rows. Also, I would like to point out that to have the ‘squarer’ edges, I do not chain three for my double crochet stitches. I only chain one. It works better for me.


Stitches needed:

ch - chain

sk - skip

dc - double crochet

sl st - slip stitch


Row 1: With red, Ch 200 (or however long you want the scarf to be)

Row 2: Sk 1, dc across. 198.

Row 3: Ch 1, dc across. 198.

Row 4: Repeat row 3.

Rows 5-6: Repeat row 3, but with black.

Rows 7-10: Repeat, but with white.

Darn in ends.


For “Button” (make two):

1: With white, magic circle (or ch 3) and dc 15 into magic circle. sl st to join.

2: Increase in every stitch around. Sl st at the end. (30)

3: With black, sc two in the first stitch, then one in the next stitch. Repeat around. Sl st, then fasten off. (45)

4.Find middle of scarf, then sew button to both sides of the scarf. Pokeball scarf!