May 13, 2015

Tri-Shell Hair Kerchief -free crochet pattern-


I designed this crochet hair kerchief around the same time that I wrote up the pattern for Pineapple Head Hair Kerchief.  This pattern loosely follows the same crochet method as the granny square, however the shells are worked into the previous shells instead of the spaces between, and it is, of course, a triangle!  This is a fun,easy, and gratifying pattern, as it works up quick!

Designed By:  Firene

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials:

  • Crochet hook 3.5mm
  • Knitca Cotton, 1463 Tangerine; 1 ball; 50g/1.7 oz, 125m/136yds
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
  • Head
Size:  Adult/teen; adjustable

Abbreviations Used: Ch=Chain; Sl st=slip stitch; Sc=Single Crochet; Hdc=Half Double Crochet; Dc=Double Crochet

Special Term used: Shell=3dc in same space



The Pattern

Row 1: Ch4, (2dc-ch6-3dc) in 4th ch from hook.



Row 2: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3 (counts as 1dc), 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space, ch1; shell in 2nd dc of last shell.



Row 3: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) twice.




Row 4: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) twice; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 3 times.



Row 5: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 3 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 4 times.

Row 6: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 4 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 5 times.

Row 7: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 5 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 6 times.

Row 8: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 6 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 7 times.

Row 9: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 7 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 8 times.

Row 10: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 8 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 9 times.

Row 11: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 9 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 10 times.

Row 12: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 10 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 11 times.

Row 13: Turn, sl st over to 2nd dc of shell; ch3, 2dc in same st, ch1; (shell in 2nd dc of next shell, ch1) 11 times; (shell-ch6-shell) in ch6 space; (ch1, shell in 2nd dc of next shell) 12 times. (13 shells down each side)



Row 14 (border): Ch1, turn; sc in next 3 sts, sc in ch1 sp; hdc in next 3 sts, hdc in ch1 sp; (dc in next 3 sts, dc in ch1 sp) 10 times; dc in next 3 sts, (4dc, ch2, 4dc) in ch6 sp; (dc in next 3 sts, dc in ch1 sp) 10 times; dc in next 3 sts; hdc in next ch1 sp, hdc in next 3 sts; sc in next ch1 sp, sc in last 3 sts.

Fasten off.



Band (working along long unfinished edge of kerchief)

Row 1: Ch 60, (working in the ch3 and dc spaces along edge) work 1sc in 1st st on end (where you fastened off), 2sc in next space, 3sc in each of the next 11 spaces; 1sc in next space, sc in very center st, 1sc in next space; 3sc in each of the next 11 spaces; 2sc in last space, sc in very ens st; ch61.

 




Row 2: Turn; Working down backside of chain, sc in 2nd ch from hook; sc in next 59 chs; sc in next 75sc; sc down backside of next 60 chs.

Row 3: Ch1, turn; sc in next 195 sts.

Fasten off.  Sew in ends.

 

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