Monday, June 22, 2015

DIY Woven Ribbon Scarf Using Starry Night Yarn

We are so excited to introduce this new yarn because it's really awesome! It's called Starry Night and it's by Premier Yarns. We say yarn, but it's actually more like a ribbon. You can make really cool projects with this fun yarn! Katheryne, our yarn guru, made this beautiful scarf using a mix of Premier Starry Night Yarn and Cascade Sunseeker yarn.

Woven Ribbon Scarf

Size F Crochet Hook
10 assorted big hole beads (more if you like)
Darning needle

Sunseeker by Cascade Yarns
Starry Night by Premier Yarns

With crochet hook, chain 30.

Set up row:
Double crochet in 3rd chain from hook, *Chain 2, double crochet in 3rd chain from last double crochet. *Repeat from * to *, until the end of the chain. 10 spaces made. Chain 3 and turn.

Row 1:
* Double crochet in top of double crochet from the previous row, chain 2 *. Repeat from * to * across to the end of the row, chain 3 and turn.

Repeat row 1 until piece measures approximately 48 inches or desired length.

Weave ribbon yarn into the lattice spaces of the scarf lengthwise, leaving 12 inch tails on each end of scarf. When done weaving ribbon yarn, attach beads to tails in any manner you wish. Weave in yarn ends and enjoy!

The supplies for this project are available at our Ben Franklin Crafts store in Monroe, WA. (While supplies last).

If you have any questions don't hesitate to come see us at the store. We'll be happy to help you get this done in no time! Or you can always call us at 360-794-6745 ext. 120 and ask for Katheryne.

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Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame Shop, Monroe, WA
19505 Hwy 2, Monroe, WA 98272
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