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Clapochet

You know, I talk about The Animator's Wife a lot and our crocheting adventures together, but it's not often that I mention The Animator. It's not that he's any less interesting--it's just that I don't really do much with him other than sneaking sandwich meat from him in the kitchen or waking him in the middle of the night for a back rub. Oh yes, I've got him wrapped around my paw to the point he won't even yell at me for sleeping on the dining room table for fear of hurting my feelings. Even Osiris doesn't get that privilege! I guess I'm a bit of a "daddy's girl" that way. But I digress. The Animator is a good man, and if you'd like to know more about him, you can check out his new blog, Animation Caffeinated.

And now back to The Animator's Wife. I had mentioned back in December that she had been crocheting like a lunatic to finish her gifts for everyone. One good thing to come of that lunacy was the Charmed Wrist Warmers pattern. Another good thing is our new Clapochet pattern.

Have you ever seen Knitty's famous Clapotis pattern? If not, you're missing out. It's a lovely little number that can either be worn as a scarf or a shawl. It's knit on the diagonal with variegated yarn, so that it stripes in the opposite direction as the texture. The Animator's Wife has been longing for such a scarf, but lacking the skill to knit, has come up with a crochet version.
Clapoche 1
Our crochet Clapochet is also worked on the diagonal, with chain spaces peppered throughout to create a texture similar to the original Clapotis. If variegated yarn is used, it will stripe with the texture instead of against it, but the final result is just as versatile as the original in that it may be scrunched up and worn as a scarf or spread out and worn as a shawl. We hope you enjoy it!
Clapoche 3Clapoche 2
Finished Size:
18" wide x 72" long

Skill Level:
Easy.

Materials:
650 yd 4/worsted-weight yarn
Size J-10 (6.0 mm) crochet hook

Special Stitch 1: Tr cluster
YO twice, insert hook in first indicated st, pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook) twice, *YO twice and insert hook in next indicated st, pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook) twice; rep from * once. YO and pull through all loops on hook. Tr cluster complete. Counts as 1 tr.

Special Stitch 2: Tr mini cluster
YO twice, insert hook in first indicated st, pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook) twice, skip next indicated stitch, YO and insert hook in last indicated st, pull up a loop, (YO and pull through 2 loops on hook) twice, YO and pull through all loops on hook. Tr mini cluster complete. Counts as 1 tr.

UPDATE: For those of you who are into crochet charts, the Clapochet now has one here!

Ch 5 (first 4 ch count as 1 tr now and throughout).

Row 1. 6 tr in 5th ch from hook. 7 tr.

Row 2. Ch 5 (count as 1 tr and 1 ch); turn. Tr in first tr, *ch 1, skip next tr, tr in next tr; rep from * across to last 2 tr. Ch 1, skip next tr, (tr, ch 1, tr) in last tr. 6 tr.

Row 3. Ch 4; turn. 2 tr in first tr, tr in first ch-1 sp, *tr in next tr, tr in next ch-1 sp; rep from * across to last tr, 3 tr in last tr. 15 tr.

Rows 4-13. Rep rows 2 & 3. 55 tr. Note: Each even-numbered row will increase by 4 tr from the previous even-numbered row, while each odd-numbered row will increase by 8 tr from the previous odd-numbered row.

*If a wider clapochet is desired, continue to repeat rows 2 & 3 until the desired width is acheived.

Row 14. Ch 3; turn. Skip first 2 tr, tr in next tr (beg ch 3 and first tr count as 1 tr), *ch 1, skip next tr, tr in next tr; rep from * across to last 2 tr. Ch 1, skip next tr, (tr, ch 1, tr) in last tr. 28 tr.

Row 15. Ch 4; turn. 2 tr in first tr, tr in first ch-1 sp, *tr in next tr, tr in next ch-1 sp; rep from * across to last 2 tr. Tr cluster over next tr, last ch-1 sp, and last tr. 55 tr.

Rows 16-55. Rep rows 14 & 15.

*If a longer clapochet is desired, continue to repeat rwos 14 & 15 until the desired length is acheived.

Row 56. Ch 3; turn. Skip first 2 tr, tr in next tr, *ch 1, skip next tr, tr in next tr; rep from * across to last 4 tr. Ch 1, skip next tr, tr mini cluster over last 3 tr. 26 tr.

Rnd 57. Ch 3; turn. Skip first tr, dec 1 tr over next ch-1 sp and next tr, tr in ea ch-1 sp and tr across to last 2 tr, tr cluster over next tr, last ch-1 sp, and last tr. 47 tr.

Rows 58-69. Rep rows 56 & 57. 3 tr. Note: Each even-numbered row will decrease by 4 tr from the previous even-numbered row, while each odd-numbered row will decrease by 8 tr from the previous odd-numbered row.

*If the number of repeats of rows 2 & 3 was increased to make a wider clapochet, then continue to repeat rows 56 & 57 until 3 tr remain.

Row 70. Ch 3; turn. Dec 1 tr over last 2 tr. Finish off. Weave in all ends. 2 tr.

Abbreviations:
beg beginning
ch chain
dec decrease
ea each
mm millimeter
rem remaining
rep repeat
sc single crochet
sp space
st stitch
tr treble crochet
yd yard
YO yarn over

83 comments:

  1. What yarn did you use to create this lovely scarves?

    I like the distance of the color changes and in the big photos it looks so soft ans scrumptious

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  2. We used Patons® SWS. It's a soy/wool blend and very yummy! 5 skeins should make you one Clapochet with enough left over for a matching pair of Charmed Wrist Warmers. :D

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  3. I'm loving your patterns! I linked to them over at my blog (let me know if you object to the use of your photos). Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Thank you for sharing! I'm definitely going to make one of these!

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  5. Wow!!! Great pattern. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  6. Burrito - of course you can use my photos! Thanks so much for sharing the patterns!

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  7. Thanks for posting a crochet version of this scarf. I started on it right away. I noticed in row 2 it says to "dc in each tr" should that say to "tr in each tr"?

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  8. Whoops! Force of habit. Thanks for catching that, Simplyme! I've corrected it now. :D

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  9. Yep I too drooled over the Knitty pattern but am knitting impaired. This is AWESOME! Thanks a bunch.

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  10. thanks! I am definately going to do this.

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  11. Thank you for sharing this great design!!

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  12. Debbie in NCFebruary 21, 2009

    Thank you for sharing this pattern. This is a definite MUST DO for myself!!

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  13. This is just brilliant! I think it might just be prettier than clapotis. And I think clapotis is quite pretty.

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  14. Love it!! It's so obvious to convert it to crochet... well done for thinking of it!

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  15. I am just curious if there is any way to make this wider than the 18 inches. I have been looking for a pattern that will transfer well for a man and this looks like it will but it needs to be a bit wider. Since you are the creator I was hoping you might know the changes to make to widen it

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  16. Thought abot doing a pattern like this myself but have never gotten around to it. Saved me a job! :-)
    Alison.

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  17. I'm glad you asked, Daugherty! This pattern lends itself pretty easily to altering the size of the clapochet, and I've added instructions on how to do so in the pattern.

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  18. Looking forward to crocheting this pattern. Great design and concept revisited in crochet!

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  19. I am having difficulty with the treble cluster. They don't seem to be working right or am I just reading them wrong. Do you mind clarifing? Thanks

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  20. I'd love to help you with the tr cluster! What exactly are you having trouble with? Would it help if I said it is worked over a total of 3 stitches?

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  21. Are you suppose to pull through a loop after you insert in stitch indicated? In other words, YO twice, insert in stitch indicated, pull through loop, then (YO and pull through 2 loops) twice. Repeat twice and the you should have 4 loops on hook? Then YO and pull through all loops....I think I am not sure if you are suppose to pull a loop through after you insert into stitch and before you pull through 2 looops.

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  22. Oh I see! I know exactly what you're talking about, and yes, you do pull a loop through after you insert the hook into the stitch and continue exactly as you said. I'm editing that part of the pattern now. Thanks for pointing it out!

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  23. Thank you so much. It was the only thing that made sense to me but wanted to make sure. It is a great pattern and is coming out beautifully.

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  24. Thanks for posting this! I love Clapotis but haven't worked up the courage to attempt it (novice knitter with a capital N) but this i can manage! Many many thanks!

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  25. I think I like this version better than the knitted version. You are a genius!! I'm really looking forward to some crochet time!

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  26. I love this pattern thank you. I would like to clarify I am proceeding correctly. I have got to the place I am happy with the width. Starting rows 14 & 15. What will I notice with direction of pattern? I am thinking I will be increasing on one side and decreasing on the other, so the number of stitches on rows 14 & 15 won’t change? Many Thanks to you.

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  27. That is exactly right! The purpose of the row 14 & 15 repeats is to make the scarf longer without changing the number of stitches for each row.

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  28. You might know I would come up with a question that no one else has asked....Can I make a more narrow scarf?

    Thank you

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  29. A narrow scarf is no problem. The row 2 & 3 repeats are the ones that control the width of the clapochet, so just stop repeating them when the scarf is as wide as you want it to be. :)

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  30. Question??

    We were at a store in Saegertown, PA and picked up 3 balls of the Mini Mochi yarn. The owner gave a copy of the picture of the clapochet shawl and the info with it states 3 balls of the yarn and crochet hook size H. The pattern directions call for 4 bals and size J. Which is correct as Saegertown is not very close.

    Thank you,
    Sproutness and Rita

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  31. Hello Sproutness and Rita! It depends on how tightly you crochet. The smaller the hook, the stiffer the scarf will be. If you use an H hook, you might only need 3 balls of yarn because the stitches will be tighter.

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  32. Thanks SO much for converting to crochet and posting for free! Have made my first in Manos silk-merino -- LOVE it!! -- and am working on second - in a misti alpaca. Really easy, really fun, really quick...all around fantastic!

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  33. Just discovered this through Ravelry link and it's so FANTASTIC! I need to start making it NOW!! I bet it had the same effect on everyone as it's absolutely beautiful - and free.
    Thank you, thank you.

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  34. I love this pattern and thank you so much for converting it to crochet. I can't knit :-). I was wondering about the yarn you used. How many colors did you use or is this a varigated yarn? Thanks for your help!

    Dana

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  35. Hi Dana! I used a variegated yarn--Patons SWS to be precise. ^_^

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  36. Thank you so much!!! It's so pretty. Is it heavy?

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  37. It's not terribly heavy, but it's definitely warm. ^_^

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  38. I don't know why I'm having so much trouble getting started! On row 1, when I'm doing the tr cluster, it says "yo, insert hook in first indicated st, pull...", that means the 5th chain from the hook, right? Then when I get to the part that I have to "*yo and insert hook in next indicated st", what is the next indicated st? Is it still the 5th chain from the hook? And finally, when I have to pull through all the loops on the hook, how many should I have?

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  39. I'm having the same trouble as Annette (posted Nov. 14th). I was confused with your notation, does "Tr" have the same meaning as "tr". I ask this because "tr" usually means treble crochet.

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  40. So, to clarify my last question, should I start with 6 treble crochets (with the first 4 ch being the 7th)? I'm having trouble understanding Row 2 - where do I insert for the second tr and the third and so on? It appears that I have only one hole to insert, which is where I drew through all of the loops. Sorry for being so confused. I'd really like to make this scarf. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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  41. Sorry Annette--I don't know how I missed your comment! In answer to your question, you don't work any tr clusters in row 1. You are working 6 tr (treble crochet) in the 5th ch from the hook, with the first 4 ch counting as 1 treble crochet.

    In answer to the anonymous question, yes, "tr" does mean "treble crochet." Wherever it says "tr cluster," THEN you work the special instructions for the tr cluster. If it only says "tr," then you work a regular, plain treble crochet.

    I think once you get row 1 right, it will be easier to see where the stitches are worked in row 2, but let me know if you're still having trouble.

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  42. Hi Selena-- After your last post I was able to work up 10 rows and it's looking like your pictures. I'm using a canadian worsted yarn called "Impeccable" and the title of the color is "Seaside Ombre" (i.e., blues and pale greens). I'm very pleased with it! Thank you for your help and attention.

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  43. Just started the scarf. I am having trouble with rows 14 and 15. Row 14 states the chain 3 and first tr count as 1 tr. The row has a total of 28 tr. Is this 28 total 'posts; or 29 if the chain 3 is included in the count? On row 15, what is counted as the last 2 tr's? Would this be really the last 3 posts, ie, the last two tr's plus the chain 3 turning chain? Thanks.

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  44. I think a simpler way to put it is to say that whenever you chain 3, do NOT count it as a tr. Whenever you chain 4, COUNT it as a tr. And whenever there is a tr cluster, count it as 1 tr. Does that answer your question? (A little confusing, I know. ~_^)

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  45. Selena - Thanks for responding so promptly re: the chain 3 and tr cluster. I will be working on the scarf later and if I still have problems with my row 15, I will get back to you. Thanks for your help. Jane.

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  46. RETIRED-LOVE IT HI IS THERE ANY WAY YOU COULD MAIL ME A PATTERN. I HAVE TRIED SEVERAL TIMES TO PRINT THE "CLAPOCHET".I THINK ITS MY PRINTER,BUT MY HUSBAND(AS WONDERFUL AS HE HIS) SAID NO .ITS THE PATTERN. DON'T KNOW WHAT ELSE TO DO. I AM IN LOVE WITH PATTERN. PLEASE HELP. I WILL PAY JUST LET ME KNOW WHAT THE COST WOULD BE. THANKS SO MUCH.

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  47. Anonymous - I'd be happy to mail it to you. Don't worry about paying for it, it's no trouble. Email me your address at selenak@crochetkitten.com.

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  48. I have finished row 57 and am working row 58. Can you clarify the instructions on 58 where is says '7 tr'? I must have done something wrong on row 56, 57 or 58 because I am not ending up with 24 tr in row 58. Do I ignore the chain 3 turning chain of the previous row when I reach the last 4 tr of row 58 (ie, is there 4 tr plus the turning chain? Do I put my last stich of the mini cluster in the 4th tr or the turning chain?) Thanks - Jane

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  49. Hello Anonymous! You're doing it right--you should have 24 tr in row 58. You won't have 7 tr until you get to row 67. (You'll repeat rows 57 & 58 until you only have 7 tr.)

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  50. Hi again. Thanks for the 2/6 response. I was having trouble, so I took my rows back to the end of 55 and tried again. My row 56 has 26 TR'S and 1 turning chain (I assume this is the same as for row 14 where the beg. chain 3 and first TR count as 1 TR). My row 57 has 46 TR and a turning chain. I believe that I have decreased too much. I skipped the first TR, the next chain 1 space and the next TR and then startd my crochet in the next chain 1 space. Could you clarify how to decrease? Am I correct in not counting the turning chain when counting the number of TR's?
    Thanks -- Jane

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  51. Hello again! The way I've explained it to others that were having trouble is that whenever you chain 3, do NOT count it as a tr. Whenever you chain 4, COUNT it as a tr. And whenever there is a tr cluster, count it as 1 tr. Does that help?

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  52. Thanks Selena. The chain 3 vs 4 information does help. I am having trouble with my row 57. I have only 46 TRs instead of 47. I think that I did not decease correctly. At the beginning of row 57 I skipped the first TR, the next chain 1 space and the next TR. I then started my stiches in the next chain 1 space. Did I skip too many spaces?
    Thanks - Jane.

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  53. It sounds like you might be. You only need to skip the tr cluster at the beginning, since it counts as a tr. Then where I think you're getting confused is that you need to work a tr2tog (or decrease 2 tr) over the first chain space and next tr, instead of skipping them. This should give you the extra tr you're missing. NexStitch has a good tutorial on the tr decrease here: http://www.nexstitch.com/v_treble_crochet_dec.html

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  54. Selena - Thanks! Your 2/11 response regarding the TR2tog was exactly the info I needed. My clapochet is now complete and makes a beautiful scarf. Also - thanks for the info on NexStich. That is a very helpful site.
    Thanks again - Jane.

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  55. help!! i've waited so long for it to get warm enough for my hands to manage this pattern, and it has me confused!! its not coming together for me as i follow the directions; no matter what i try the 1st two rows aren't fallin into place AT ALL :-( i've frogged what i've done 4 times & its just not happening...

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  56. I'm right with yoye. I don't know what I'm doing wrong but the second repeat of row 3 ends up with 22 rather than 23 tr. What am I doing wrong? Is there anyone who's got a diagram of the pattern out there? I love it, I want to make it for my future MIL but just can't figure it out.

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  57. Hi from the other side of the international dateline and the equator!
    I love this pattern but before I get started on it, can you please confirm for me that you're using US terms in this pattern as we use UK terminology in Australia and I'd hate to make your pattern look like something that it's not!

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  58. Anonymous - they are US terms. :)

    yoye and Kay - I know you've been waiting 30 million years for me to reply, but if you could just sit tight for a day or two longer, I'd be happy to put together a diagram for you that may be helpful. Thanks for your patience!

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  59. I am having the same difficulty with repeat of row 3 giving 22 rather than 23 tr. Any help?

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  60. For those having difficulty with row 3, make sure you are counting the beginning ch 4 or ch 5 as a tr. This means when it says, "tr in last tr," you are working the tr in the turning chain. You should have an odd number of stitches at the end of each repeat.

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  61. Dear Animator's Wife & Selena K,

    Many thanks for a beautiful pattern! I've made a full-width and a scarf-width clapochet and have the yarn to make three more for Christmas 2011 gifts. I've used the Patons SWS as you suggested and it works up very nicely, however, it does want to curl a bit. Have you ever tried blocking, and if so, what technique do you use?

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  62. this lovely scarf is on my top five cozy free crochet winter patterns. I hope you stop by and check it out.

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  63. Hi Linda,

    We used the spray block technique as demonstrated by Kim Werker: http://www.crochetme.com/blogs/kim_werker/archive/2010/01/18/how-to-spray-block-crochet-or-knit-squares.aspx

    Obviously this piece is quite a bit larger than a granny square, but The Animator's Wife solved that problem by pinning the scarf to the carpeted floor while it dried. ^_^

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  64. Hi Marie,

    Thank you so much for listing me in your top 5! I couldn't find the post though. Could you send me a link?

    Thanks!

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  65. Hello i have just found this pattern this weekend. I am making it right now. So far i have the correct amount of stitches and decreaseing correctly i think. My question is do you have a posting of this (shawl/scarf) clapochet so i may see what the finished project is going to look like. From the display it's gorgeous. I have also sent the link to my friend who is in avid knitter. Thanks so much Kathy.

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  66. I mean a full picture of the clapochet. Sorry i wasn't precise in the wording on the first post. Thank's again Kathy

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  67. Actually doing a Google image search brings up a TON of pictures. And if you're on Ravelry, you can see pics of clapochets done by fellow Ravelry-ers. :)

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  68. Hi Selena
    I'm a little confussed. At the begining of row 57 i skipped the tr cluster and i did the decrease in the next two stitches. I've done the tr in the ch 1 space and every tr across. When i get to the last 4 stitches i am at 46 stitches. So am i suppossed to connect the last three stitches together in one decrease stitch or do i not do anything in the top of the chain 3? Or did i not skip enough stitches? Thank's for the help.

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  69. Hi, beautiful pattern. I notice you are using WW and J Hook. On Ravelry, there is a pattern using MiniMochi Yarn and an H hook. Would the same number of rows be used for both patterns? I would like to use a stash of MiniMochi but want to be sure it will be lacy.

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  70. @gkorsen - you are exactly correct--you connect the last 3 stitches together in one decrease stitch. It counts as 1 tr in the next row. :)

    @L - The finished size of my scarf is 6 feet. If you want your scarf to be that long using Mini Mochi, you might have to repeat rows 14 & 15 a few extra times.

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  71. Selena:
    You are so patient with all our questions! I just want to say, absolutely brilliant crochet design for self striping yarn, simplicity & elegance combined. Plus, this is the best use of treble crochet net I've ever seen: even with the open weave, in all the photos I saw on Ravelry, not one looked stringy which is a major achievement all by itself. Remarkable.

    I've read all the posts and your replies, but my question is a bit different. So, Ch 5 - no prob, but after Row 1 I have not a triangle but a curve edge that looks like a fan (or, more obviously, a shell). I've gone ahead through row 5, but the curve is still there and while some can be blocked out, not all of it, and besides Row 1 is already looking distorted and 'pulled tight' even before blocking. Your crochet looks so neat and professional, so what are your tricks for making these 7 trebles into a nice straight foundation for the rest of the scarf? Did you just crochet the first (4 ch) treble more loosely and then progressively tighter toward the center (4th) treble, then more loosely again on trebles 5, 6 & 7, or is there another trick? I'll be looking at the beginning and ends everytime I wear this and I want them to be as even and square as I can possible make them, plus I want to avoid propagating this shell curve through the whole piece, so any advice is welcome.

    Please set up a PayPal acct where grateful users may donate $ toward your yarn stash.

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  72. Hello mgrube! Don't worry about donating--I'm happy to help. ^_^ Sorry it tool so long to reply. Sometimes I find it helpful to start with a hook one size larger, and then switch hooks after the foundation row. I did find that the scarf curled a lot before blocking, but you can also add a sc border around the edges when you're done. That often helps to ward off curling. Make sure you put 3 sc in each corner if you'd like to try that route.

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  73. Hello there ^_^ I am making this with 3 315 yrd skeins of caron simply soft and I am color switching throughout the process and now I am just plain old scared I did it wrong haha. I'm working mine with double crochet and a double crochet cluster instead to insulate it a little better. Anywho I think I may have messed up with rows 14 & 15 & the repeats of such. What mine looks like is a right triangle on its side as the first 13 rows and then a long point coming out of the right side and a blocky end on the left. If that makes any sense. Essentailly its a big right triangle (with the top point being the beginning of the scarf) except one side keeps true to shape and the other just abruptly straightens out. So if I understand the pattern correctly, when doing the clusters, I get a total of three one after the other at the end of row fifteen but you said not to count the ch 3 as a tr and I think I have been but if I'm not supposed to doesn't that mean I 'll have a chunk missing at the end of each row 15 repeat? Do you have pictures of yours in the process of it being done?

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    1. Believe it or not, it sounds like you might be doing it correctly. This scarf is worked on the diagonal, so it starts out looking like a triangle, and then one side continues to elongate. Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of mine in progress, but there are a bunch on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/clapochet/people

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    2. Whew! That is so good to know! I was really freaking out because of the color switching. Btw you are great for rresponding to everyone's questions :) thanks so much

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    3. Hi, I've made this pattern several times and I really like it. It's been a couple years since my last clapochet, though, and I'd like some clarification.

      For the decrease at the start of row 57, should I basically do the same sort of "mini cluster" as at the end of 56? Or would it be the regular tr cluster, but over two st rather than three? I can't recall what I did the last time. Thanks!

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    4. (Oops, that was meant to be a new comment, not a reply, sorry)

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    5. It's essentially the same as the mini-cluster in row 56, except the beginning ch-3 will count as the first part of that cluster in row 57. :)

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  74. Thank you for offering this free pattern. It is now on my list to make.

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  75. This is one of my favorite patterns. I'm working on one now in a variegated yarn that gives it a whole different look from the striping yarns.

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  76. Troppo bello.......si potrebbe avere foto dell'inizio lavoro e spiegazioni in italiano???? Grazie mille

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    1. I'm sorry, I don't speak Italian. :)

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  77. Thanks for sharing! I'm going to make this for my yoga teacher

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