Ribbon foulard

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Comments: Another version of this fashionable item. It is crocheted using ribbon yarn (fettuccia); it is very easy and fast to crochet (you can finish it in a couple of hours), and it is coordinated to the ribbon little bag, to compose a set that will be surely an appreciated gift for you girl daughter (Xmas is arriving...). Furthermore this is smaller than the filet one, exactly like those sold in stores (I bought one of them to measure it!)

Size : 12 x 17 inches (31 x 43 cm)

Material :Cotton Yarn Ribbon (we call it "fettuccia", but I could not find an English translation in my vocabulary), color black, hook 5 (US H); you may want to give a look to my virtual store if you need materials.

Stitches :dc, sc, ch, crab stitch = like sc, but worked right to left

Difficulty: easy


Start with 6 ch.

1. Dc in 4th ch from hk, and in foll chains; 3 ch, turn

2. 2 dc on first dc, dc in remaining dcs; 3 ch, turn.

3. 2 dc in first dc, dc in remaining dcs, 2 dc in last dc. 3 ch, turn

Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until you reach the desired size; my sample has 25 rows.


Join thread in A (look at the above image),make about 12 inches long chain, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each other ch, finishing with sl st in A. Cut thread.

Join thread in B (look at the above image), make about 12 inches long chain,, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each other ch, finishing with sl st in B. Cut thread.

Edge: Crab stitch evenly distributed all around the bandana. Join in first st, cut thread.


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