Sabrina, you silly…

Update: You can find a downloadable version of this pattern here: Free Sabrina Pattern. For another free cowl scarf pattern by Divine Debris, go here!

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Hello there!

So, I’ve been meaning to post all week, really I have, but as I mentioned in my last post, I started school this last Monday and I realized that yeah, I’m out of practice. Do you ever get a brain ache from reading too much? Do you hate spending hours looking at tiny text on a computer screen or book? How about annotations in textbooks by people who missed the point of the last paragraph? Yeah, I’ve been dealing with all that a more since Monday and I’m already growing anxious about my assignments that are due at the end of the month. I spent a large amount of today reading, as I did yesterday, and that’s all I can do… I do feel like I’m learning things and it’s pretty cool. 😀

Sabrina in greys
Sabrina scarf by DivineDebris.com

Now to get to the point of this post, my Sabrina scarf, have you seen it? Well if you have not, she’s on the right there, in grey. Yesterday I asked my FB friends if they wanted to see the pdf of this scarf, because it’s almost shamefully easy and a really quick, one skein/one evening scarf. Guess what they said. Seriously, can you guess. Yes, they said yes. It’s really much funner if you guess when someone asks you to. :p

Now because I’m seriously busy with about a thousand things at any given moment including cellular reproduction and breathing, I’m going to write the pattern here for everyone to check out and see if they like and hopefully I’ll complete the pattern in pdf and post in on DivineDebris.com.

Ok, so what you’re going to need to make this very basic but still nice scarf is one at least 3.5 oz skein of yarn. In the picture to your right I used Lion Brand Tweed Stripes, in marble, and down here on the left I used Red Heart Boutique Treasure, in watercolors. The reason that I chose to use the variegated yarns for this scarf is that the

Sabrina in pastels
Sabrina scarf by DivineDebris.com

different colors  add a dimension to the pattern, which is very basic, not that a solid color wouldn’t look nice. I did get a lot of compliments on the Sabrina in the RH watercolors, because it’s a really gorgeous yarn.

The pattern:

U. S. K or 6.50 mm crochet hook

Row 1: Ch 32, dc into third ch from the hook (skipped chs count as dc), dc into the next 3 chs, skip next two chs, dc into the next 4 chs, ch 2, dc into the next 4 chs, skip next two chs, dc into the next 4 chs, ch 2, dc into the next 4 chs, skip next two chs, dc into next 3 chs, dc twice into the last ch – 26 sts, 4 chs

Row 2: Ch 3(counts as dc), turn, dc into the same st, dc into the next 3 sts, skip next two sts, dc into next 3 sts, dc into ch 2 space from previous row, ch 2, dc into ch 2 space from previous row, dc into next 3 sts, skip next two sts, dc into next 3 sts, dc into ch 2 space from previous row, ch 2, dc into ch 2 space from previous row, dc into next 3 sts, skip 2 sts, dc into next 3 sts, dc twice into last st – 26 sts, 4 chs

Rows 3 – 34: Repeat row 2 until you reach row 34 – 26 sts, 4 chs

Finishing: secure row 34 to row 1 in your preferred manner, the photos here show row 1 being laid on top of row 34 and then secured, which gives a more noticeable but not displeasing seam.

See, how freakin’ easy is that?

Let me know if you like it and if there are any problems with the pattern. Oh, and I LOVE to see pictures of finished products, feel free to post links in the comments if you make something and want to show it off. I will gladly post a picture or a link on my FB or here. 😀

In conclusion, have a great rest of your weekend and I hope you do not think less of my creativity for this insanely easy scarf.  ha.

You can find this post on Hookin’ on Hump Day #55 and Yarn Along.

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25 thoughts on “Sabrina, you silly…

  1. Love this cowl. I love crochet and am always looking for patterns that don’t feature a granny square – Not that I have anything personal against granny squares! Just pinning it, then off to look at your board

  2. that’s a lovely pattern! I really like the colorful one 🙂 but I think the pattern is better visible at the blue version – both are lovely , good job! 🙂

  3. Beautiful cowl! I am an experienced crocheter and am wondering if the pattern has been found to have any mistakes? I am having the darndest time with round two! I’ve taken out the row and restarted the cowl over multiple times and still can not get past that row two! Any suggestions! I just adore this cowl and would love to complete it. Thanks so much in advance 😀

    • Hi Jen,
      No, I haven’t had anyone contact me regarding any mistakes with the pattern. I forgot to say that the chain 3 at the beginning counts to your over all dc total as stated at the end of the row. What issues are you having?

      • I just finished this lovely pattern in lavender. Thank you so much!

        I didn’t find an error in the pattern but perhaps the wording was troubling. In the directions for row 2 you say, “dc into ch 2 space from previous row, ch 2, dc into ch 2 space from previous row.” I think adding the word “same” would help in those instructions, “dc into ch 2 space from previous row, ch 2, dc into ‘same’ ch 2 space from previous row.” I think that is where I got stuck.

        After row 2 you begin to see the pattern and this step is obvious.

        Again thank you for this lovely pattern!

  4. Girl, I feel ya! I’m a GA this year so I’m taking my first semester of graduate level classes and teaching two sections of freshmen composition. It’s crazy trying to balance academic and creative work. I’m pinning this along with all those other holiday projects I’m hoping to hook-out over Thanksgiving break. 😉

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