If you’ve been following along with me you might have noticed that I like projects that work up fairly quick. And this pattern is no different! This scarf works up quickly and uses only two balls of Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn. With the holidays quickly approaching this scarf is perfect for gifting or selling at your Christmas markets!
The pattern is available for free here on my blog but if you would like an ad-free printable PDF you can purchase it from my Ravelry or Etsy.
Before You Start
Please do not copy, redistribute, share, or sell my pattern in any way. You may sell the finished item but please give me credits for the pattern. Please do not use my photos as your own. Feel free to tag me on Instagram @coz.e_creations and Facebook at Coz-E Creations Crochet by Elyssa with pictures of your finished product. I love seeing your finished projects. Thank you, Elyssa Douds.
About the Pattern
This pattern will use hdc in the back loop. This means that instead of inserting your hook through both top loops, you insert it in the loop furthest away from you, which is the back loop.
This patterns also uses sc in the third loop. The third loop is the loop below the front and back loops of the hdc. (see pic) And if you still need help with this here is a an instructional video on Youtube by Heart Hook Home. If it does not say in the third loop, in that row you just do regular half double crochets.
Ch = Chain
Sc = single crochet
Hdc = half double crochet
Hdc Blo = half double crochet in back loop only
Sl st = slip stitch
Gauge is not super important with this pattern because it is a scarf, but when you do you starting chain make sure it is around 2 yards long this will make it so it is long enough to wrap around twice but it does not have to be exact.
When working with the large hook be sure to just crochet normally and not try to pull it super tight, the stitches are supposed to have a loose feel.
Ch 75, make sure your chain does not twist and sl st into the first chain to join.
Row 1: Ch 1, hdc all the way around. Sl st into the first hdc to join. (75 hdc)
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in third loop all the way around. Sl st into the first sc to join. (75 sc)
Row 3: Ch 1, Hdc blo all the way around. Sl st into the first hdc to join. (75 hdc)
Row 4: Sc in third loop all the way around. Sl st into the first sc to join. (75 sc)
Row 5-10: Repeat rows 3 & 4 until you reach 10 total rows. Fasten off and weave in ends.
This will give you a width of a little over 6 inches. If you would like to make your scarf wider, you can continue to repeat rows 3 and 4 until you reach your desired width.
As always if you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I answer the quickest on social media. (IG: @coz.e_creations & FB: Coz-E Creations Crochet By Elyssa) But you can always contact me through email as well at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you loved the pattern. I cannot wait to see your finished products!
Elyssa a.k.a. E