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Oasis Scarf Wrap – Learn Ruching in Tunisian Crochet – Free Pattern

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Introducing the “Oasis Scarf Wrap”

Learn to create a ruching effect with Tunisian Crochet

Learn to make this soft, light, and pretty scarf. It can be easily made into a wrap by starting with more stitches. The ruching can also be oriented in the other direction by starting along the long edge of the scarf or wrap. This series teaches this same style in both Tunisian crochet and regular crochet, plus how to make a delicate “Crochet Rose Shawl Pin” for fastening your scarf into pretty styles.

Part 1 – Click ->> Learn the Tunisian Version of this Ruched Scarf (Video)

Part 2 – COMING SOON->> Learn the Crochet Version of this Ruched Scarf (Pictures below)

Part 3 – COMING SOON->> Learn the “Crochet Rose Shawl Pin”  (Pictures below)

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Materials:

You will need: 260- 500 yards of DK weight (#3) fuzzy yarn for this pattern depending on size you make.

I used about a skein of Baby Bee Baby Lou Lou Yarn in “Lilac” (259 yards) to make a 35” x 9” scarf. For longer scarf or larger wrap you’ll need more.

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Video Tutorial

Watch how to make this SCARF here.

Pattern Instructions

Difficulty Level

Intermediate Beginner.

Intermediate Beginners can work this pattern using the Video Tutorial.

Stiches Used and Abbreviations

Ch= chain

Sl st = slip stich

St(s) = stitch(es)

SC = single crochet

YO= yarn over

TSS = Tunisian Simple Stitch

THB = Top Horizontal Bar (see image below)

TSS-THB = Tunisian Simple Stitch in Top Horizontal Bar of the reverse pass chain that is to the right of the vertical bar.  (see image below and video for demonstration)

TSS2tog = TSS 2 together – work 1 TSS into 2 vertical bars together, decreases 1 st.

NRP = Normal return/reverse pass (YO, pull through 1 loop, *(YO, pull through 2 loops)* Repeat until 1 loop remains on hook

Dimensions & Gauge

Scarf featured in video measures approximately 9.5” wide and 35” long.

You can easily make this any size rectangle you like.

4” x 4” = 10 TSS stitches and 10 Rows of TSS

Instructions

NOTES:

  1. Pattern is worked in alternating Panels: Flat and Ruched. You may begin or end on either type of panel.
  2. To begin on Ruched Panel, scroll down to “Starting Ruched Panel” and then proceed to “Flat Panel.” Then alternate between “Ruched Panel” and “Flat Panel” until you have desired size.
  3. To make larger size, simply make a longer starting chain. If starting with Flat Panel use an ODD number. If starting with a Ruched Panel start with an EVEN number of chains.
  4. Your stitch count on a Ruched Panel section will be [2x(starting chain count -2) +2] . In the below example that is [2x(25-2) + 2] = 48

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Starting FLAT PANEL – 5 Rows

BEGIN: Chain 25

Row 1: Pull up a loop in back bump of 2nd chain from the hook and each chain to the end. <25 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass: YO, pull through 1 loop. *(YO, pull through 2 loops)* Repeat * to * until 1 loop remains on hook.

Row 2: TSS in 2nd vertical bar and each vertical bar to the end. <25 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass:

Work Row 2, three more times for a total of 5 rows.

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RUCHED PANEL – 5 Rows

Row 1: *(Work TSS-THB in first Top Horizontal Bar (THB), TSS in Front Vertical Bar)* Repeat until the 2nd to last stitch. TSS in Edge stitch. <48 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass: YO, pull through 1 loop. *(YO, pull through 2 loops)* Repeat * to * until 1 loop remains on hook.

Row 2: TSS in 2nd vertical bar and each vertical bar to the end. <48 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass:

Work Row 2, three more times for a total of 5 rows.

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FLAT PANEL – 5 Rows

Row 1: TSS2tog in 2nd & 3rd vertical bar, TSS2tog in next two sts until last stitch. TSS in Edge Stitch. <25 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass: YO, pull through 1 loop. *(YO, pull through 2 loops)* Repeat * to * until 1 loop remains on hook.

Row 2: TSS in 2nd vertical bar and each vertical bar to the end. <25 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass:

Work Row 2, three more times for a total of 5 rows.

Continue to alternate between RUCHED PANEL and FLAT PANEL until you have desired size.

You may end on either Flat or Ruched panel as desired.

Then Bind Off in slip stich TSS. See video for demonstration.

Finishing:  Sew in ends.    Enjoy your cozy and soft Oasis Scarf!

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Starting RUCHED PANEL – 5 Rows (Only use if starting with Ruched Panel)

Begin: Chain 48

Row 1: Pull up a loop in back bump of 2nd chain from the hook and each chain to the end. <48 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass: YO, pull through 1 loop. *(YO, pull through 2 loops)* Repeat * to * until 1 loop remains on hook.

Row 2: TSS in 2nd vertical bar and each vertical bar to the end. <48 loops>

Return – Normal Return Pass:

Work Row 2, three more times for a total of 5 rows.

Continue to “FLAT PANEL” and then alternate between “RUCHED PANEL” AND “FLAT PANEL” until desired size is reached. Then Bind off. See above.

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