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Wednesday, January 04, 2006


A few patterns for those of you who love scarves and ponchos. I had planned on putting these on my website. www.marloscrochetcorner.com but am having trouble with front page so I thought I would share them on my blog. Enjoy.







Quick and Quirky Q Hook Poncho
Designer: Marlo D. Cairns

Materials needed: Q hook, one ball of bernat soft boucle yarn, or Red heart plush, or TLC Amore
Ch 31
Row 1 - dc in 4th chain from hook and in each remaining ch , ch 4 turn (29 dc total)
Row 2 – skip a st, dc in next st, ch 1, skip a st, dc in next st, continue across, ch 3 turn (14 spaces)
Row 3 – dc in each ch 1 sp on previous row and in each dc, ch 3 turn (29 dc total)
Row 4 - dc in each dc across, ch 3 turn (29 dc total)
Row 5 - dc in each dc across, ch 4 turn (29 dc total)
Repeat with rows 2-5 until desired length, making sure you end with row 3

To close the poncho fold in half lengthwise and sew the top up to the point that feels comfortable on your neck and shoulders. This is an asymmetrical poncho.






Single Ruffle Scarf made with handspun wool yarn, very soft and squishy.

Designed by Marlo D. Cairns

Materials needed: I hook and 4 ozs. of heavy worsted weight yarn

Ch 174
Row 1 - Dc in 4th chain from hook and in each remaining chain, ch 3 turn
Row 2- Dc in each dc across, ch 3
Row 3- dc in first dc, work 2 dc in each dc across, ch 3 turn
Row 4 – dc in first dc, work 2 dc in each dc across, ch 3 turn Fasten off and weave in ends





Double Ruffle Scarf- made from Angora and micro fiber yarn. Pattern is below.

Designed by Marlo D. Cairns

Double Ruffle Scarf

I hook, 2 ½ balls of each color, 5o gram or 1 ¾ ozs each

Ch 174

Row 1 - Dc in 4th chain from hook and in each remaining chain, ch 3 turn
Row 2- Dc in each dc across, ch 3
Row 3- dc in first dc, work 2 dc in each dc across, ch 3 turn
Row 4 – dc in first dc, work 2 dc in each dc across, ch 3 turn
Fasten off and weave in ends
Working on the reverse side of the beginning chain, Attach color #2 to the first loop, ch 3, dc in each remain free loop on the back side of the chain, ch 3 turn
Dc in each dc across , ch 3
Row 3- dc in first dc, work 2 dc in each dc across, ch 3 turn
Row 4 – dc in first dc, work 2 dc in each dc across, ch 3 turn
Fasten off and weave in the ends






Latest scarf, 3 different colors of Tutu Moda dea yarn. Very Girly girl.

Pattern coming soon.



until next time.....

12 Comments:

Blogger Tiffany said...

Gorgeous patterns as always! I'm feeling the need to make the poncho immediately even though cool weather seems to be just out of reach here in TX.

I am off to send my mom a link to your blog. She is *still* telling everyone about her daughter got to go meet her favorite designer in LA. LOL

11:58 AM  
Blogger wendyb532 said...

Beautiful patterns. I can't wait for the pattern for the scarf using Tutu Moda dea yarn.

Wendyb532

9:38 AM  
Blogger deego3 said...

i'm new sort of to this crochet, but i did a very good shawl now i'm going to do this poncho. the great thing is that my girlfriends are always asking" where's the tag, ?" they cannot believe that i made the shawl myself so thanks for the pattern on the poncho

10:09 AM  
Blogger Donna Lynn said...

Thanks for sharing the pattern for the Q Hook Poncho! I love it! I made one out of some Soft Delights Yarn Bee Yarn and it didn't even take a full 2 skeins and since I got the yarn on sale, this poncho took me less than $4 to make!!! I am currently making another one with a different color to wear to my nieces wedding next week!

6:30 AM  
Blogger Candy said...

Thanks for posting the Q hook poncho pattern! I made one today while watching a couple of movies! I finished before the second one was over! It's lovely... I will post it to my blog with pics tomorrow! Hugs!

10:19 PM  
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Blogger Carmina said...

I have Mexican friends and they had given some ponchos to me, and the other day a Russian friend Sildenafil was at my place and he saw one of the ponchos and he asked what that was for and when I told him he wanted to have one and make one on his own so I will pass this post to him!

10:09 AM  
Blogger Angela said...

thanks for sharing the double ruffle scarf pattern. my daughter has made the single ruffle and i know she'll love doing the double one too.

11:04 AM  
Blogger messijessi said...

I'm having a hard time with this poncho...the stitches are super easy, so that's not it. But the length is just not long enough.it doesn't even reach my hip bone, and its not asymmetrical...Im using the bernat yarn and the right size hook...is there anything you can think of that I'm doing wrong?

10:26 PM  
Blogger nikmc said...

If you can, would you please explain in more detail how to sew the poncho together? I am folding it in half length-wise, but not quite sure how to get it stitched up correctly so it lays asymmetrical. Thanks!

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