I just came up with this new idea today for a fuller Crocheted Ballerina scarf.
The pattern is pretty simple: You chain crochet 6 stitches, turn. Skip first chain and 1 single crochet in remaining 5 chains. Then chain 1, turn. Then 1 single crochet in 5 single crochets just made. Then go back and forth like that until you have reached the desired length of your scarf. I haven't made a full one yet, but I have estimated that you should be able to make at least one 5ft scarf and have some yarn left over. This pattern is a guide. You can play with it however you like. You can make the scarf wider or more narrow by adding or subtracting the number of chains you start out with at the beginning.
Also, working with the Ballerina yarn is different than working with regular yarn. You aren't going to use the entired strand of yarn. Instead, you will pull it part as you go and work with only one side of the yarn. Each time you start a stitch you will insert the crochet hook on the edge of the yarn about 1 inch away from your work. If you are working with the Ballerina Glitz yarn, you will crochet on the opposite site of the glittery part.
You may view these photos that may also help you understand the pattern.
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I don't have the entire scarf completed yet, but this will give you an idea. I will post the entire scarf when it is done.
This is the first step. The 6 Chain Crochets.
This is how the 5 Single Crochets will look after doing a few rows.
You can finish off the same way as the first Crocheted Ballerina Scarf. Scroll down in the Blog until you come to the Blue and White Ballerina scarf pattern.