Author:
Vincent Williams

Vincent Williams is the crochet and knitwear designer behind Visuvio's Crafts. When he isn't crafting, he's working with dogs, horses, and playing music. So if you ever see him without headphones, you are truly in for a treat! Join all the crafty vibes on Vincent's Instagram and visit Visuvio’s Crafts for cozy creations, monthly Maker Mood playlists, and fun patterns for makers just like you!

The B.Hooked.Nook Scarf Hybrid Pattern

Patterns/DIY
10/26/2018

Hi Makers!

I’m Vincent, the crochet and knitwear designer behind Visuvio’s Crafts, a shop born from my longing for stunningly timeless knits that’ll keep you warm in the coldest of horse pastures. You can follow along with my crafty journey on Instagram @visuvios_crafts, where I aim to encourage, inspire and connect with all kinds of makers. I’ve always enjoyed writing down my own patterns, even if it was originally due to having a big head and lots of hair. Hahaha. Now, after receiving a handful of eager requests, I’ve started selling patterns within the last two years and I am excited for all the new pattern ideas that are to come.

The B.Hooked.Nook Scarf - a unisex hybrid scarf, which includes both knitting and crochet, that is perfect for those autumn mornings/evenings. This scarf’s name and design are inspired by the two keynote speeches presented by Jessica of The Hook Nook and Brittany of B. Hooked Crochet at the 2018 Our Maker Life Meetup Event. Brittany gave six points to take our maker journey to new heights. So I’ve included six purl ridges to highlight the knit lacework. Jessica candidly spoke about fear and shared very personal stories of her life experiences. I worried that no one would enjoy a pattern that features both knitting and crochet all in one, but that is the very fear Jessica spoke of. So, I’ve leaped and loved the beauty of this creation; a truly half knit and half crochet scarf.

Let’s get started!

Supply List:

Approximately 542 yards worsted / 4-medium weight yarn (Pattern designed with Lion Brand Yarn "ZZ Twist")
US K/10-6.50MM crochet hook
US 10.5 - 6.50 MM knitting needles
Scissors
Tapestry needle

Finished Dimensions:

Approximately 9.5-10” W * 68-70” L

Key:

RS - right side
WA - wrong side

(US Crochet Terms)
ch - chain
SC - single crochet
DC - double crochet
dec - decrease
st(s) - stitch(es)

(US Knitting Terms)
K - knit
P - purl
yo - yarn over
k2tog - knit two together
skpo - slip 1 stitch as if to knit, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over
st(s) - stitch(es)

First Crochet Panel:

Create a slip knot
With your crochet hook, chain 221

Row 1: (RS) 1 DC into 3rd loop from the hook, and 1 DC in each stitch to the last stitch, crochet 1 DC dec into the last stitch, ch 2, turn your work. (219 sts)
Row 2: (WS) 1 DC in each stitch to the last stitch, crochet 1 DC dec into the last stitch, ch 2, turn your work. (219 sts)
Row 3: (RS) 1 DC in each stitch to the last stitch, crochet 1 DC dec into the last stitch, ch 2, turn your work. (219 sts)

TRANSITION + KNIT PANEL:

Remove the crochet hook from the live loop and insert one knitting needle. This loop counts as the first stitch of knitting row 1.

Pick up a stitch through the back loop only as if to purl up to the last stitch, pick up a stitch under both loops of the last stitch.

Row 2: (RS) P1, K1, *yo, skpo* repeat from * to last stitch of row, P1
Row 3-5: Purl 3 rows
Row 6: (RS) P1, K1, *yo, k2tog* repeat from * to last stitch of row, P1
Row 7-9: Purl 3 rows
Row 10: (RS) P1, K1, *yo, skpo* repeat from * to last stitch of row, P1
Row 11: (WS) Bind off as if to purl across the entire row. You will be left with one live loop on your right needle after binding off the last two stitches.

TRANSITION + CENTER CROCHET PANEL:

Remove the knitting needle from the live loop and insert the crochet hook,  then ch 2. Turn your work.

Row 1: (RS) 1 DC in each stitch to the last 2 stitches, crochet 2 DC in next stitch, 1 DC dec into the last stitch, ch 2, turn your work. (219 sts)
**Be sure to crochet under both loops at the top of the fabric created by the knit bind off. This creates a smooth and secure join between the two panels.



Row 2: (WS) 1 DC in each stitch to the last stitch, crochet 1 DC dec into the last stitch, ch 2, turn your work. (219 sts)
Row 3: (RS) 1 SC in each stitch across entire row. (219 sts)

You’ve now completed the first crochet panel, one knit panel, and a center crochet panel. Repeat the transitions, knit, and crochet panels as follows:
Knit panel >> center crochet panel >> knit panel

FINAL CROCHET PANEL:

Turn your work. Insert the crochet hook as if to knit, pull up a loop, and ch 1. Then sl st into the next stitch and every remaining stitch of the row. Ch 2 and turn your work.

Row 1: (RS) 1 DC into 3rd loop from the hook, and 1 DC in each stitch to the last 2 stitches, crochet 2 DC in next stitch, 1 DC dec into the last stitch, ch 2, turn your work. (219 sts)
Row 2: (WS) 1 DC in each stitch to the last stitch, crochet 1 DC dec into the last stitch, ch 2, turn your work. (219 sts)
Row 3: (RS) 1 DC in each stitch to the last stitch, crochet 1 DC dec into the last stitch. Cut a generous tail of yarn and weave in your ends. (219 sts)

Now you have handcrafted the perfect layering piece for any transitional season! I’m humbled and thankful to everyone at Team Hook Nook for giving my crafty spirit the opportunity to share this fun pattern with an amazing community of creatives. And I’m very excited to see all of your scarves work up, so be sure to tag me on Instagram @visuvios_crafts and use the hashtag #BHookedNook . I can only imagine all the beautiful colors y’all will choose!

Happy Crafting,

-Vincent W.

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