Are you a Caron Cake fan? I am now after making this scarf. This was my first Caron Cake and let me tell you, it has definitely lived up to the hype. The yarn is soft and easy to work with and the colors are so pretty. I love the little flecks of color throughout.
I decided to pair this cake with the Floret Stitch. I have a used this stitch in the past of couple times (way before I started this blog) and it is one of my favorites. It has such a fun texture. You will make a row of double crochets and then a row of alternating slip stitches and double crochets. It is this second row that gives this stitch its texture. If you want a photo tutorial on how to work this stitch you can find one HERE.
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- 1 Caron Cake (383 yds/7oz) or similar #4/Worted Weight Yarn
- 6mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
Gauge and Sizing
- Gauge: 13 stitches x 9 rows in pattern = 4 inches
- Finished Scarf Layed Flat Measures: 8 in wide x 32.5 inch long
- I use US Terminology
- Ch(s): chain(s)
- Dc: double crochet
- Sl st: slip stitch
Ch 2 does not count as a stitch
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Row 1: Dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each chain across, turn. (25 dc)
Row 2: ch 1 (counts as 1 sl st), *dc in next st, sl st in next. Repeat from * across. Turn. ( 25 stitches)
Row 3: Ch 2, dc in each stitch across, working your last dc in turning ch 1. Turn. ( 25 dc)
Row 4-End: Repeat rows 2 and 3 until you run out of “cake.” Make sure to end on a row 2. Mine ended up being 150 rows.
On last row, finish off and leave a long tail for sewing. Whip stitch short ends of scarf together. Weave in ends.