round 1: * sc, ch 3 into ring. rep. from * 5 times = 6 ch 3 spaces
round 2: sc into ch 3 space four times. countiue to end of round = 6 petals
Round 3: sc into the sc of round one, ch 5. rep. from * 5 more times = 6 spaces
Round 4: *(sc, hdc, hdc, hdc, hdc,sc) into ch 5 space, rep from * 5 more times = 6 petals.
Round 5: *sc st into sc of round 3, ch 6. rep from * 5 more times. = 6 spaces
Round 6: * (sc, hdc, hdc, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, sc) into ch 6 space. rep from * 5 more times = 6 petals.
Round 7: sc into the sc of round 5, ch 7. rep 5 more times. = 6 spaces
*ch 4, sc into sc between petals, ch 4, sc into middle of next petal. rep from * one more time.
ch 4 turn, sc into ch 4 space, rep three more times..rep for three rows. giving you a total of 6 rows.
ch 2, ( sc into middle of petal of the flower that you are attaching) ch 2 sc into ch 4 space.
ch 2, sc into sc between petals, ch 2, sc into ch 4 space, rep one more time. fasten off and weave in the ends, and that is how you join the flowers together.
end rows of scarf and fringe:
okay, to end the scarf into three petals, stitch 10 dc across three petals, make sure that you do this behind the petals. then you are going to ch 3 and turn and rep 2 more rows of 10 dc. now you are going to add the fringe. what I did was decide on a length that I wanted the fringed to be and then tied them on to the end of the scarf. I have a total of 5 fringes, and there you go.
if you have any problems understanding or making this pattern please feel free to contact me and ask questions I hope that you enjoy making this scarf I did. :)
turn and rep row one more time.
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