The Sashay scarf is so popular and cute right now! I was so excited to make a scarf after I saw a youtube video on how to make one. I thought it would be hard to make the Sashay scarf, but it was pretty easy and fun. My daughter saw the Sashay yarn scarf and wanted me to make her one too. They make nice gifts and are just an easy project to do!
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J hook, Boutique Sashay Scarf Yarn, Scissors
Below is a video on how to do this scarf that I found, this scarf is easier than I thought it would be.
Beginning at the top right edge, skip the first 4 loops, place your hook in the 5th loop, skip a loop, put the next loop on your hook, do this 9 more times, grab that first loop and pull the first loop through all the loops for the first ruffle.
So Just Repeat this for each ruffle, skip a loop, and put the next loop on your hook, skip a loop, do this 10 times(you will have 10 loops on hook to pull through the first loop for each ruffle), and grab the first loop and pull the first loop through all the loops for each ruffle.
If you want a shorter scarf, you can end earlier. Or you can add more loops to your hook, you can add 15 loops instead of ten for a shorter scarf. If you want a longer scarf and do the pattern above, do 10 loops for each ruffle and do it to almost the end.
After you worked the last ruffle, At the end to Finish, there will be 10-15 loops or so left, or when you prefer to stop, grab the end and wrap your hook around it (the video shows how to do this), pull the end through the rest of the loop on your hook. Tighten it, and you can secure it with a knot, then cut the tail off, and leave a 1/2 inch or so, And the other end, secure it with a knot and you can cut too. Then the ruffle scarf is finished and ready to wear.