Not wanting to be idle, I like to carry projects with me that I can work on when I have to wait. My current project was completed rather quickly, in less than two weeks. Having to wait four hours to see a patient for a consultation at Children’s Hospital contributed greatly to the rapidity of this project.
I recently came across a pattern that reminded me of the waves of the ocean. When I looked up the name of the pattern, I found that the name, Ocean Swells, fit my thoughts very well.
I decided that I would make a scarf. So, I looked through my supply of yarn and found some that I thought would work well.
- Row 1: ch 30, sc into second st from hook, sc in next 4 sts, *hdc, dc, tc, dc, hdc. 9sc*, rep pattern. End row with 5 sc.
- Row 2: ch1, 3 sc, sk 2, dc, ch1, dc and ch1 for next four sts, sk 2, 5 sc, ch1, sk 2, *dc, ch1 *five times, sk2, finish row with 3 sc.
- Row 3: sk 3 dc, work 2dc into first ch1 sp, repeat in next ch1 sp, work 3 dc in next ch1 sp, dc into top of next dc from previous row, 3dc into next ch1 sp, 2dc in the next two ch1 spaces, sk 2 sc and sc into next. Sk next 2 dc and repeat pattern, finishing off with a sc into last st.
- Row 4: ch1, then sc across into each st.
- Row 5: ch4 and dc into same st, hdc, sk 1 st, 9sc, sk 1st, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, sk1, 9sc,sk1, hdc, dc and end row with a tr.
- Row 6: ch4, dc into next st, ch1, dc, ch1, sk 2 sts, 5sc, ch1, sk 2 sts, dc, ch1 5 times, sk2, 5sc, ch1, sk2, dc, ch1, dc, ch1 and dc into ch4 of previous row.
- Row 7: ch3, 2dc in each of the three ch1 sp, sk 2sc, sc, sk 2sc, 2dc in next 2 ch1 sps, 3dc in third ch1 sp, 1dc in top of dc from previous row, 3dc in ch1 sp, 2dc in next 2 ch1 sps, sk 2sc, sc to anchor, sk 2 st, 2dc in next 3 ch1 sps, 1dc into top of turning ch from last row.
- Row 8: ch1, sc across row.
- Row 9: ch1, 4sc, sk 1 st, *hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, sk 1 st, 9sc, sk 1, repeat * to end, sc last 4 sts.
- Row 10: ch1, 2sc, sk 2 sts, *ch1, (1dc, ch1) 5 times, sk 2 sts, 5sc,ch1, sk 2, 5sc, repeat from * to end of row, ending with 2sc
- Repeat rows 3-10 until project reaches desired length.
There is a YouTube tutorial available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpNhPK1j4-g