Thursday, November 13, 2014

San Francisco Giants Scarf and Beanie

 
 This San Francisco Giants Scarf and Beanie pattern is adapted from my SF Giants Coaster pattern that was written last year. In that pattern, I made a beanie, but never wrote a pattern for it. I figured now would be a good time to write that pattern since the person I made this scarf for also wanted a matching beanie. What better time to make this than now for the recent World Series win! And perfect timing for the colder weather approaching.

My scarf measures 89 inches long and 9.5 inches wide. The scarf length can be easily adjusted if you want it longer or shorter. The beanie pattern will fit a female adult head, but can also be adjusted to make it bigger or smaller.

You may sell the finished product from this pattern, but please reference and link this post. Please don't claim this pattern as your own or sell the pattern. I'd love to see pictures of your finished product! You can put them up on Ravelry or post it on my Facebook Page.

Materials:
Size I crochet hook (5.50 mm)
Tapestry needle
Stitch marker (for the beanie)
2 skein of Loops & Threads Impeccable Black
1 skein of Loops & Threads Impeccable White
1 skein of Loops & Threads Impeccable Pumpkin

Abbreviations:
ch = chain
dc = double crochet
hdc = half double crochet
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch

Notes for Scarf:
This pattern is first worked from the bottom, up. Then the second logo is worked from the top, down. For the color change, I carried both colors and worked over the color that wasn't being used.

At the end of each row, ch 1 and turn. Change colors as indicated.


Scarf Pattern:
In black, ch 31

Row 1:
In second ch from hook, sc in next 30 ch (30 sc)

Row 2:
Sc in next 30 sc (30 sc)

Row 3:
Sc in next 12 sc. In orange, sc in next 4 sc. In black, next 14 sc (30 sc)

Row 4:
Sc in next 15 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 13 sc (30 sc)

Row 5:
Sc in next 13 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 15 sc (20 sc)

Row 6:
Sc in next 11 sc. In orange, sc in next 9 sc. In black, sc in next 10 sc (30 sc)

Row 7:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 12 sc. In black, sc in next 10 sc (30 sc)

Row 8:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 9:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 10:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in 1 sc. In orange, sc in next 5 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 11:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 5 sc. In black, sc in 1 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 12:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 13 sc (30 sc)

Row 13:
Sc in next 13 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 14:
Sc in next 10 sc. In orange, sc in next 10 sc. In black, sc in next 10 sc (30 sc)

Row 15:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 10 sc. In black, sc in next 11 sc (30 sc)

Row 16:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 5 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 17:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 9 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 18:
Sc in 20 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 19:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 20 sc (30 sc)

Row 20:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 12 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 21:
Sc in next 10 sc. In orange, sc in next 9 sc. In black, sc in next 11 sc (30 sc)

Row 22:
Sc across next 30 sc (30 sc)

Row 23-24:
Repeat Row 22. Fasten off.

Row 25-35:
Attach white yarn with a sl st. Hdc in same space as join and in each st across (30 hdc)
Fasten off at end of Row 35. 

Row 36-46:
Attach orange yarn with a sl st. Hdc in same space as join and in each st across (30 hdc)
Fasten off at end of Row 46.
Tip: When attaching the new color, work over the tail from the last to avoid sewing in so many ends.

Row 47-57:
Attach black yarn with a sl st. Hdc in same space as join and in each st across (30 hdc)
Fasten off at end of Row 57

Repeat Rows 25 to 57 four times, ending on a white block. You can adjust the amount of blocks until scarf is the desired length. We will be adding an extra 7 inches to the end of the scarf for the second logo, so keep that in mind when determining the length of your scarf.


Second Logo:
Attach black yarn with a sl st. We will now be working with single crochets.

Row 1-3:
In black, sc across next 30 sc (30 sc)

Row 4:
Sc in next 10 sc. In orange, sc in next 9 sc. In black, sc in next 11 sc (30 sc)

Row 5:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 12 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 6:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 20 sc (30 sc)

Row 7:
Sc in 20 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 8:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 9 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 9:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 5 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 10:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 10 sc. In black, sc in next 11 sc (30 sc)

Row 11:
Sc in next 10 sc. In orange, sc in next 10 sc. In black, sc in next 10 sc (30 sc)

Row 12:
Sc in next 13 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 13:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 13 sc (30 sc)

Row 14:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 5 sc. In black, sc in 1 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 15:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in 1 sc. In orange, sc in next 5 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 16:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 9 sc (30 sc)

Row 17:
Sc in next 9 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 4 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 3 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 8 sc (30 sc)

Row 18:
Sc in next 8 sc. In orange, sc in next 12 sc. In black, sc in next 10 sc (30 sc)

Row 19:
Sc in next 11 sc. In orange, sc in next 9 sc. In black, sc in next 10 sc (30 sc)

Row 20:
Sc in next 13 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 15 sc (20 sc)

Row 21:
Sc in next 15 sc. In orange, sc in next 2 sc. In black, sc in next 13 sc (30 sc)

Row 22:
Sc in next 12 sc. In orange, sc in next 4 sc. In black, next 14 sc (30 sc)

Row 23-24:
Sc in next 30 sc (30 sc). Fasten off and weave in all ends with the tapestry needle.


Fringe:
For the fringe, I wrapped my yarn around a stack of index cards multiple times (see pictures below), and cut the loops around the index card at the top. You can use anything that is about the same length (small book, a flat tissue box, etc.). This is a quick way to cut multiple, even-length strands of yarn. I did this with the black, white, and orange yarn.



















I used 3 (one of each color) strands folded in half. With the 3 strands folded in half, stick the crochet hook through the stitch at the end of the scarf, wrap the 3 strands of yarn that are folded in half around the hook. Pull through and then bring the ends through the loop to tie a knot (see pictures). I put 3 strands folded in half in every other stitch on the scarf. Once finished, trim the ends so that they're all even.



















Beanie Pattern:

Notes:
This pattern is worked in a continual round. Move the stitch marker up at the beginning of each round.

With black, make a magic circle and ch 1 (does not count as hdc). Make 6 hdc in the circle. Place stitch marker in place.

Round 1:
2 hdc in each stitch around (12 hdc)

Round 2:
*1 hdc in next stitch. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st (18 hdc)

Round 3:
*Hdc in each of the next 2 stitches. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st (24 hdc)

Round 4:
*Hdc in each of the next 3 stitches. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st (30 hdc)

Round 5:
*Hdc in each of the next 4 stitches. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st  (36 hdc)

Round 6:
*Hdc in each of the next 5 stitches. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st  (42 hdc)

Round 7:
*Hdc in each of the next 6 stitches. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st  (48 hdc)

Round 8:
*Hdc in each of the next 7 stitches. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st  (54 hdc)

Round 9:
*Hdc in each of the next 8 stitches. 2 hdc in next st.* Repeat from * to *, ending on 2 hdc in last st (60 hdc)

Round 10-17:
Hdc in each st around 60 ( hdc)

Round 18:
Join orange yarn. Dc in each st around (60 dc)

Round 19-20:
Switch back to black yarn. Hdc in each st around. Fasten off and weave in all ends.

My beanie measures about 9 inches long and will fit a female adult head. If you'd like to adjust the beanie to make it smaller, make less increase rounds. If you'd like to make it bigger, add more increase rounds after Round 9.





























 I can't wait to see your finished products. Happy crocheting!

10 comments:

  1. I love this scarf pattern. Thank you for sharing

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    1. I'm glad you like it! Happy crocheting!

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  2. I love this, but I do have one question,if you carried the yarn over for the logo, what does the back look like?

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    1. It'll look like the logo backwards.

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  3. Thank you so much! I made this for my son last Christmas but just now posting. It's no where near as nice as yours but it had been a while since I crocheted! Also wanted to let you know I'm going to share it on my new site and link back to here.

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    1. Kathryn,

      You're welcome! I can't wait to see your scarf, I'm sure it's beautiful! Please post the link to your site so we all can see it :)

      Justine

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  4. Thanks for the pattern I changed it just a bit. This size was way too wide for me. So I took your coaster pattern and adapted it to your scraf pattern. Came our great.

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    1. You're welcome! If you could send me a picture, I'd love to see it!

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  5. Thank you for this pattern. I used a different graph but I followed the rest of your pattern (sans the fringe). Thanks!!

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    1. You're welcome! Please send me a picture - I'd love to see it!

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