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Bev's "Knit-Your- Bit" Scarf
(formerly Special Olympics scarf)
pattern by Beverly A. Qualheim 2008, updated 2016
specialy olympics scarf
For info on crocheting or knitting scarves for our Veterans, click here

Crochet hook size I
Red Heart Super Saver yarn
pprox 8 oz needed.
Abbreviations: Ch =chain; sc = single crochet; dc = double crochet.

Chain 19 (width = 6")
Row 1: 2 Dc in 3rd ch from the hook (counts as a shell) -  *skip 1 ch, sc in next ch, skip 1, 3 dc in next ch  (shell made), repeat from * across to last chain, 3 dc, ch 3 and turn. (First row has 5 shells)

Row 2: 
Sc in middle dc of the shell from previous row - *skip 1 stitch, 3 dc in next stitch (forms shell), skip 1 stitch, sc in middle of shell,  repeat from * across to shell-- sc in middle of shell, ch 3 and turn.  (4 shells)

Row 3: 2 dc in the base of the chain 3 you just made - *skip 1 st, sc in the middle of the shell, skip 1 st, make shell,  repeat from * across, skip stitch and 3 dc in sc of previous row, ch 3 and turn.   (5 shells) 

(HINT: do not sc into the chain 3's from the previous row)

Repeat rows 2 and 3  until scarf is 54" - 60" long (approx. 6" wide), change between the 2 colors as you wish.

Scarf to left: colors were changed every 10 rows but you can change colors however often you wish.

Mailing Scarves:
* Include care and washing instructions. Please attach directly to the scarf.
* Include your mailing address and email in your correspondence. Mail to:

    The National World War II Museum
    Knit Your Bit Campaign
    945 Magazine Street
    New Orleans, LA 70130

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