Crocheted Scarf : This pattern contains directions to crochet the scarf pictured. Although titled a jiffy scarf, the instructions are rather extensive, so I'd suggest this is an intermediate to advanced pattern. The scarf, or runner, should you prefer, is a simple yet quite pleasing design. It is oblong and features dual mesh blocks running through the center, surrounded by full rows of pineapples. The scarf will measure either 16 x 32 or 16 x 29; the mats are 14 x 16 inches.
This is a mail order pattern, purchased through newspapers and catalogs. This pattern was marketed as Alice Brooks 7006 (as well as American Weekly 3052). The newspaper description: "Beginner's crochet, but the finished product has a prize winning air to it. You can always find plenty of uses for scarves and mats. Ideal pickup work and so easy to crochet".
- Unbleached Mercerized Crochet and Knitting Cotton in (700 yard) skeins
- No. 3 steel crochet hook.
The 16 x 32 inch scarf requires approximately 450 yards of cotton.
The 16 x 29 inch scarf requires approximately 410 yards of cotton.
GAUGE FOR CENTER MESH: 3 spaces = 2 inches; 3 rows = 2 inches.
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