Sunday, February 13, 2011

Free Pattern!! Child's Lacy Head Scarf

 A few years ago my mother in law made a lovely head scarf for my daughter.  It was so adorable and looked so precious on her.  It was perfect for her to wear to mass as a chapel veil as well!

The other day I talked her into writing the pattern down!  So now she has asked me to share it with all of you!


           CHILD’S LACY HEAD SCARF
© 2011 by Anita Velho


Fits about an average size little girl.  

You will need:
Size 7 crochet hook
Size 10 crochet thread
        White, red, pink, light purple, blue and med. Green

Row 1: White thread, ch 145, sc in 8th chain from hook, ch 5, skip 3 ch, sc in next sp, across, turn.   35 ch 5 spaces

Row 2: slide to center of first ch 5 space. Ch 5, sc in center of next loop across, turn.  34 ch 5 spaces

Row 3: slide to center of first ch 5 space.  Ch 5, sc in center of next loop, across, turn.  33 ch 5 spaces

Row 4-35:  continue as above, decreasing 1 loop every row, creating a triangle having 1 loop at the bottom.  Fasten off.

Edging

 Row 1: attach white thread in first loop.  Ch 3, 3 dc in first loop. 4 dc in the next loop around with 8 dc in each corner.

Row 2: ch 3, dc in each dc across top.  On both sides, shell stitch (6 tc with ch 1 between each tc), skip 3 dc and sc in  4th stitch, skip 3 dc and shell in next stitch.

Row 3: sc in each dc across top.  Continue on each side with ch 3, sc in each ch 1 space of shell.   Fasten off.

Ties (make 2)

ch 80, dc in each ch across.  Sew to the top of scarf on each side.




Roses

Red, pink, purple, blue.  Make 2 of each color.

Ch 25, loosly.  Sc in 2nd ch from hook,  (1 dc, 2 tc, 1 dc) in next ch stitch, sc in next ch stitch.  Continue though chain leaving  6 inches of thread.  Fasten off.

Next roll the chain into a rose shape and sew the bottom to hold shape.

Leaf

Med. Green.  Make 1 for every rose.  Ch 15, dc in 4th ch and in each ch across.  Fasten off

Place rose over leaf and sew in place at the top of scarf.

2 comments:

  1. Absolutely adorable, and what beautiful models you have as well. Please thank your grandmother for sharing her pattern.

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  2. So cute, very pretty. Little girl is very sweet too!

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