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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Featured Pattern: Potato Chip Scarf

Era Phernalia Vintage on Flickr
 If you're on Ravelry you have probably heard of the Potato Chip Scarf. It is a knit pattern but a user on KnittingParadise.com was wanting a crochet version.

This Potato Chip Scarf Pattern is a really simple pattern using a K crochet hook. Yarn used was Simply Soft Caron. Reminds me of a large and lose corkscrew.

[I found this pattern on the KnittingParadise.com forum by user SassyCrafty1.]

Gauge: 9 singles + 11 rows = 4 inches
Stitches used: sc, hdc, and slip stitch

I'll add a picture of the one I'm working on when it is complete - that way we'll have a crochet version. :)

Here is another version of the scarf. Pattern is by Knitpicks and was made by Flickr user AineD
AineD flickr
 Have you made a Potato Chip or Corkscrew Scarf?


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4 comments:

  1. love the scarf esepically the pink ! must check out this pattern.xx

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  2. @Karen I like the purple one too. The lighter color does look more like potato chips though. If you visit the forum [KnittingParadise.com] where I found out about this particular scarf you'll see a version of it that really does look like a stack of pringles. :)

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  3. I made a lot of these a few years ago (crocheted, not knit). Lion Brand Yarns has a crochet pattern for them as well, they're so fun!

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  4. I'll have to login to Lion Brand Yarns to check out their pattern for the potato chip scarf.

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