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​Crochet Scarf Pattern

Susan
Susan
Dec 05, 2019 01:45 AM
​Crochet Scarf Pattern
​Crochet Scarf Pattern
​Crochet Scarf Pattern
​Crochet Scarf Pattern

Size: 19″ x 52″ (or as long as you want)

Yarn:
Berroco Vintage Chunky ~ 6 to 7 skeins in the color of your choice (6.3 skeins were used to make the sample seen in the photos)
Needles:
Size 10 / 6 mm
Gauge:
16 sts x 32 rows in garter st in a 4″ square
Stitches and Skills used:
CO ~ cast on
K ~ knit
Pattern:
Using the Long Tail Cast on method, CO 81. Most other cast ons will not unravel properly for the dropped stitches, so be sure to use this method.
Row 1: Slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front, K to end.
Repeat row 1: to desired length.
Finishing:
Row 1: Slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front, K8, drop 3 sts, yo [K12, drop 3 sts, yo] 4 times, K9.
Row 2: Slip 1 purl wise with yarn in front, K to end, ignoring dropped sts.
Chains, Step 1: Pull the dropped stitches all the way to the bottom. Count the dropped strands in groups of 4. You do not need to know how many groups of 4 you have, you just need to know if you have a multiple of 4, or if you have a multiple of 4 with 1, 2, or 3 left over.
If you have a multiple of 4 with no strands left over, you will use 4 strands for all the loops in step 2;
if you have a multiple of 4 with 1 strand left over, you will use 5 strands for the first loop in step 2, and 4 strands for the rest of the loops in step 2;
if you have a multiple of 4 with 2 strands left over, you will use 5 strands for the first and last loop in step 2, and 4 strands for the rest of the loops in step 2;
if you have a multiple of 4 with 3 strands left over, you will use 3 strands for the last loop in step 2, and 4 strands for the rest of the loops in step 2.
Step 2: Take the bottom 4 (or 5) strands from the dropped sts, hold them together, and twist them half a turn to make a loop, * grab the next 4 strands together and pull them through the loop (do not twist), repeat from * until all the dropped strands have been turned into a chain. This can be done with your fingers, or with a large crochet hook. Leave the last loop free, it will be worked into the bind off. Repeat for each set of dropped sts.
Bind Off: Bind off 8, slip the set of loops from the looped section onto the right needle, K1, pass all remaining sts on the right needle over the st just made (1 st left on right needle) [bind off 12, slip the set of loops from the looped section onto the right needle, K1, pass all remaining sts on the right needle over the st just made (1 st left on right needle)] 4 times, bind off remaining sts.
If the looseness on the bottom bothers you, then you can make a crochet slip stitch along the bottom edge, place one slip stitch in each st, and one in the bottom of each loop.
Clip yarn, fasten off, and weave in all ends.
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6 comments
Julia
Dec 05, 2019 02:50 PM
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Susan, thank you for the tutorial! It looks great!
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Susan
Dec 06, 2019 05:47 AM
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Welcome!
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Annabelle
Dec 06, 2019 05:53 AM
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I also think so.
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Eva
Eva
Dec 06, 2019 02:51 PM
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What a nice scarf!
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Chloe
Dec 08, 2019 05:41 AM
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I really like this scarf.
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Gracie
Dec 09, 2019 04:36 AM
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I like such pattern of scarves.
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