Good afternoon crafties!
Today I have for you an easy scarf pattern & tutorial to combat this chilly weather.
Okay. Here in south Florida its 61 degrees. But we are suffering folks. Not really. I’m sorry to all of you dealing with snow and ice.
Anyway, here, have a scarf!
This scarf uses two skiens of worsted weight yarn, crocheted together at the same time to make this scarf super warm and squishy!
You could probably use one strand of a much chunkier yarn but I like the marble-y look that this has with both worsted strands.
But do whatever blows your skirt up.
The video tutorial below will teach you the 3rd loop half double crochet stitch that I use here – so if this one is new to you, please watch and enjoy!
I love this stitch for scarves because it comes out looking more knitted than crocheted. And I can’t knit. Maybe one day but for now I will 3rd loop all the live long day.
- Get the ad-free, large print, printable PDF pattern from Etsy HERE.
- PIN this pattern to your Pinterest boards for later HERE.
2 skeins of any worsted weight: I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Dusty Blue & Dusty Purple
Size P crochet hook
Start with a slip knot, Ch 15
Row 2: Hdc in first Ch from hook, Hdc down the line (14 sts), Ch 1, turn
Row 3: 3rd loop Hdc in each st, Ch 1, turn
Row 4-46: Repeat Row 3
See my video above for help with the 3rd loop Hdc stitch!
I hope you guys love this scarf as much as I do and keep warm!