How to crochet the V stitch headscarf


 I have previously crocheted a similar headscarf but using the granny stripes method and that one got very famous as many people liked it and recreated it.

That one started from bottom to top, from one cluster to many forming stripes, it is  very quick and easy to achieve and the V stitch makes it cute and different, I have done it a bit differently.

I have used a mercerised cotton yarn for this but you have the choice to use the yarn of your choice and the crochet hook matching.

Materials:

Alize bahar cotton yarn

Crochet hook: 2.5 MM

Abbreviations:

V stitch: is the 2 dc

Written Pattern:

Row 1: Ch 4, 1dc in the 4th st from the hook, turn

Row 2: Ch 3, 1dc in the space, ch1, 2dc in the same space, turn.

Row 3: Ch3, 1 dc in the first space, ch1, 2 dc in the same space ( first v stitch), ch 1 ( 2dc, ch1, 2dc) all in the next v stitch, turn

Row 4: Ch3, 1dc, ch1, 2dc, all in the first v stitch, ch1, 2 dc in the next v stitch, ch1, 2dc in the next v stitch, continue the same till end of the row, 2 dc in the last v stitch

Repeat row 4 till row 30.

Making the stripes:

From the last v stitch, ch50, turn, sl st in the 2nd ch from the hook and in every ch.

Once you are back to the v st again, sl st in every loop of the last row till the end where you will ch 50 again and sl st back to the V st, fasten off.





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