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Dec 15, 2011 00:36:53   #
Sassycrafty1
 
This is a pattern for the potato chip scarf that is crocheted.

Here is the crochet version pattern that I used.
Size K crochet hook, simply soft yarn by caron

Ch 141
Round 1 (RS) Sc in 2nd chain from hook, and in each chain across to last chain, 3 sc in last chain. working across opposite side of the foundation chain, sc in each chain across, working 2 sc in last chain; join with a slip stitch in first sc; turn .(282 stitches)
Round 2 (WS): Ch 2, hdc in first st, hdc in next st, * 2hdc in next sc, hdc in next stitch* repeat from* around; Join with slip stitch in top of turning ch; turn. (423 stitches)
Round 3(RS): Repeat round 2 (635 stitches)
Round 4(WS): Ch 2, hdc in first hdc, hdc in next 2 hdc, * 2 hdc in next hdc, hdc in next 2 hdc; repeat from * around; Join with a slip stitch in top of turning chain - (847 stitches)
Fasten off, weave in ends
9 singles + 11 rows = 4 inches


 
Dec 16, 2011 06:37:01   #
SharonM
 
This is great... THANKS!!! I love the look of these scarves and have been wanting to make one but the only patterns I've seen are knitted. I know how to knit, but much prefer to crochet. This will be my next quickie project!
Dec 16, 2011 07:38:45   #
GQR999
 
Going to copy and paste this into a Word doc... very nice pattern, thanks so much!
Dec 16, 2011 08:27:20   #
pixelf55
 
Thanks so much for the pattern for the Potato Chip Scarf!! I have been wanting to make one of these, and found out that my one of my granddaughters wants one so i will have time to make it for her for Christmas :) Have a very Merry Christmas :) Pix
Dec 16, 2011 08:33:58   #
tookie.
 
Thanks so much for the info. I usually like to knit more than crochet, but will give this a try. I just like the looks of this one better.
Dec 16, 2011 08:37:30   #
Phoenix
 
My first potato chip scarf actually looked like a stack of Pringles potato chips!!!...LOL...I'll post the picture so you can see it. LOL...


 
Dec 16, 2011 08:38:59   #
Windbeam
 
Wow , it does look like pringles!
Dec 16, 2011 09:44:09   #
aknitter
 
I remember when I first saw this. It inspired me to try my hand at making one. One turned into 5 but none of them look as good as yours.

Anita

Phoenix wrote:
My first potato chip scarf actually looked like a stack of Pringles potato chips!!!...LOL...I'll post the picture so you can see it. LOL...
Dec 16, 2011 10:05:32   #
NETeri
 
Thanks for the pattern. I am new to crocheting and I think I might be able to try this and it's super cute!
Dec 16, 2011 12:03:59   #
ma2ska
 
Phoenix wrote:
My first potato chip scarf actually looked like a stack of Pringles potato chips!!!...LOL...I'll post the picture so you can see it. LOL...


lol - i HAD to do a double take at your pic. I thought you had eyes peeking up from under the table!

After realizing those were not eyes under the table I was able to appreciate your scarf - and I know my DIL would love one. She has almost an addiction to potato chips :)
Dec 16, 2011 12:32:51   #
Sooner
 
For a long time I didn't know what they were talking about when talking about the potato chip scarf. But all the patterns seemed to be for knitting & since I couldn't knit just didn't look at the patterns. Now I'm excited to see a crochet pattern. Thanks so much! Take care, Sooner
 
Dec 16, 2011 13:10:48   #
Phoenix
 
LOL...that's my walker it's sitting on...it has a seat that lifts up for storage...I told someone that to make my scarf, I chained as many as it took to get the length I wanted then joined the chain to make a hoop....then just did 2 single crochets in each stitch until it got to be the width I wanted....it gets difficult to work with when it starts to turn in on itself...LOL
Dec 16, 2011 13:49:44   #
Sassycrafty1
 
Phoenix wrote:
My first potato chip scarf actually looked like a stack of Pringles potato chips!!!...LOL...I'll post the picture so you can see it. LOL...


You did a fantastic job on it; it looks cozy.
Dec 16, 2011 15:59:18   #
Sharon1220
 
On Wednesday night, I had to show a student how to do short row knitting, so she could work on her potato chip scarf. I was so brain dead, that while I did one side in garter stitch, I did the other side in stockingette. Now I have the patterns to both knit and crochet one, whenever I become so inclined.
Dec 16, 2011 16:51:48   #
kittykatzmom (a regular here)
 
I just crocheted about 6 of these, but I added an edging by :
chain 1 into the first stich to hook it onto the scarf, ch 4 then chain one into every other stitch. Really dresses up the scarf.
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