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Versailles Scarf

Versailles Scarf

Versailles is a delicate lace scarf inspired by architecture and a co-workers' penchant for cute scarves. This is a great scarf for crocheting up a single skein of sock yarn in a semi-solid colorway.

You can also use one color for the first half and another color for the second half for a unique effect.
Sizes and Materials List ...
Size: (After Blocking) Regular (8.5” x 7’) or Skinny (5.5” x 7’)
Hook(s):

US F/5 (3.75 mm)

Yarn: Andey Originals Sock Yarn [Merino, Nylon, 440 yds/100 g skein/ball]
Colors &
Approx. Yardage
Sorbet, 440 (340) yds
Notions Yarn Needle
Blocking Pins
Gauge: 2 ofs and 6 rows (slightly stretched but not blocked) = 4”/10 cm
Always take time to check your gauge
Skill Level - Intermediate Download pattern in PDF format
Notes ...
Hook Size

If you tend to have problems with your base chain being too tight, please go up at least one hook size for your base chain.

Blocking I recommend pinning out the center of the scarf as far as the base chain will stretch (as this will likely be the tightest point in your crochet) and then pinning out the rest of the scarf to that width, blocking the rest lengthwise.

If you pin lengthwise first your scarf will be longer, but may not reach the stated width. This pattern grows considerably with blocking. Regular size was 7.5” x 5’ before blocking and the Skinny size was 5” x 5’ before blocking.
Stitches Used
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Triple/Treble Crochet (trc)
Open Fan Stitch (ofs)
Abbreviations

Each (ea)
Repeat (rep)
Skip (sk)
Stitch(es) (st / sts)

Special Stitches Open Fan Stitch (ofs)

Into ch 2 space: [trc *ch 2, trc* repeat from * to * 3x more], ch1
Instructions ...
First Half
Base Chain Ch 47 (37).
Row 1 Sc in second ch from hook, ch 1, *sk 4 chs, work ofs into next ch, sk 4 chs, sc into next ch, ch 1,* rep across to last 5 chs, sk 4 chs, into last ch trc, ch 2, trc, ch 2, trc. (4.5 (3.5) ofs)
Row 2
Ch 1, turn, sc in first st, *ch 3, sk next ch-2 space, dc into next ch-2 space,** ch 2, sk next trc, sc, and trc, dc into into first ch-2 space of next ofs, ch 3, sc into center trc of ofs,* rep from * to * across, ending last rep at **, ch 1, trc into last sc.
Row 3
Ch 7, turn, sk first trc, [trc 1, ch 2, trc 1] in ch-1 space, ch 1, sk ch-3 space, sc into next sc, *ch 1, sk next ch-3 space, work ofs into next ch-2 space, ch 1, sk next ch-3 space, sc 1 into next sc,* rep from * to * across.
Row 4
Ch 6, turn, sk first trc, dc into next ch-2 space, ch 3, sc into center trc of ofs, *ch 3, sk next ch-2 space, dc into next ch-2 space, ch 2, sk next trc, sc, and trc, dc into into first ch-2 space of next ofs, ch 3, sc into center trc of ofs,* rep from * to * across, ending with last sc in 3rd ch of turning ch.
Row 5 Ch 1, turn, *sc in first sc, ch 1, sk ch-3 space, work ofs into next ch-2 space, ch 1, skip next ch-3 space,* rep from * to * across to last sc, sc into last sc, ch 1, sk next ch-3 space, [trc, ch 2] 2x, trc into top of ch 6.
Rows 6+ Repeat rows 2-5 until you have reached 2.5 ft or used approx half of your yarn. Make sure you end on row 5. Fasten off.
Versailles Chart

Second Half

Row 1 Turn your project so that your base chain is facing up and the tail from your base chain is on your left. Attach yarn at what is now the right hand side of your project.

Work Row 1 from First Half across into bottoms of ch sts, making sure that your ofs line up in the same ch.
Rows 2+ Repeat rows 2-5 from First Half until Second Half is the same length as First Half, making sure to end on Row 5. Fasten off.
Two color version Edge of two color scarf
A two color version

Finishing ...

Weave in ends. Wash and block as needed.

Versailles Scarf
Pattern and photos of single color scarf © Tiffany Haworth, Joy of Life
Photo of two color scarf © Stacie North
Modeled by Ally English

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