Free Crochet Pattern ~ Easy Peasy Scarf

scarf and bagOk! As promised here is the first free pattern!

Yarn: Any bulky or textured sport weight yarn.

Hook: Depending on your PERSONAL tension and the yarn M-P hook. You do NOT have to swatch, just do a row or two and if it doesn’t seem to work, rip it out, and use another hook size.

This pattern is written for the yarn/scarf pictured above. You may need to adjust the amount of stitches depending on the width you’d like your scarf to be.

(Yarn used in photo: Chenooly from CMHS Yarns and Designs, the “Dragon Palace Special” colorway is no longer available, but I can make it many other colors than what is listed on etsy.)

With a P Hook

Base Chain: Ch 10

Row 1: sc into second chain from hook, sc into each stitch to end of row. ch 1 and turn.

Row 2: sc into each stitch, ch 1 and turn.

Row 3- Repeat rows 1 & 2 until you’ve reached the length you want.

Bind off last stitch. Weave in ends… Voila…

Doesn’t get easier or peasier than that!

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2 Responses to Free Crochet Pattern ~ Easy Peasy Scarf

  1. Rochelle Senker(aka-Shelley) says:

    Mazel Tov on you rnew business venture– i wish you the best!!! Thanks for the nice simple pattern. Shelley Senker

  2. camanomade says:

    Thank you! And hope you enjoy making the scarf! You really can make a million different scarves with this simple approach, just by changing textures, yarn sizes, hook sizes, and your dimensions…Width can be three and a half inches, or six inches (or anything in between!), length, I tend to work to the end of a skein if it’s at leasty 80 yds. If not I have two skeins to work with. The easiest way to join the yarn is to bind off at the end of a row, and join there (taking it as a ch 1), and sc over the tail of the other yarn into each stitch. All you’ll have left to do at the end is weaving the joining tail, and the end tail.

    You can get really fancy and mix and match yarns. It’s not that hard, my 13 year old daughter does it all the time.

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