Crochet Modified Moss Stitch Scarf

A few posts back, I described how to make the moss stitch. Sometimes called Linen Stitch, Granite Stitch, Seed Stitch, any one else want to suggest a name? I guess when you are a lovely stitch, you can have as many names as you would like. 

I modified the stitch a small amount, and got a completely different look for this scarf. 

 

Materials

Yarn Bee Interlocked Yarn in Mustard, Ivory, Charcoal, two skeins each

Size “N” hook

 

Pattern

(see bottom of page for abbreviation guide)

Chain an even number of stitches. For this I chained 30.

Row 1: In the 4th chain from the hook, SC. *CH 1, SK next CH, SC into the next.* Repeat across. The last stitch should be a SC, CH 1 and turn.

Row 2: *SC into the front loop of the first chain space, (this is the modification, instead of SC-ing into the chain space, go into the front loop only) chain 1,* Repeat the pattern across. The last SC will be into the front loop of the 2nd chain of the turning chain from the row before. Always look for this certain stitch so your sides remain straight.

That’s it for the pattern.

Here are the color changes I used:

14 rows Ivory

14 rows Mustard

3 rows charcoal

3 rows ivory

3 rows charcoal

3 rows ivory

14 rows Mustard

14 rows ivory

14 rows charcoal

14 rows mustard

3 rows ivory

3 rows charcoal

3 rows ivory

3 rows charcoal

14 rows mustard

14 rows ivory

 

Enjoy! 

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