I found this pattern on the My Hobby is Crochet website. It is called Go With the Flow Super Scarf, and can be made as wide and as long as you like. For this scarf I opted for a DK weight yarn, one from our Classic Alpaca Yarn line, because well, I just wanted to make something with this yarn! I love how it turned out!
Here’s the yarn I used. It is beige, light brown, black, and grey, and is 100% alpaca, so is super soft.
Using a combination of front and back crossed double crochet stitches, this scarf has wonderful texture and nice drape.
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
st = stitch
back bump of chains
csdc = chainless starting double crochet
This scarf took three skeins of Classic Alpaca Yarn. I used a Crochet Hook size H-8 (5mm) and began with 173 chains. Of course, you’ll need a Yarn Needle for weaving in ends, and pair of Scissors, if you don’t already have those items. This scarf is worked lengthwise, so your foundation chain will determine how long the scarf will be. That also means that you will not have to keep turning your work.
Here’s the pattern.
My scarf turned out to be 64″ long (without fringe) and 6″ wide. It’s long enough it can be wrapped around your neck several times, if desired. I’ve also made this scarf with a bulky weight yarn called Snuggle, which you can see here.
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To learn more stitches for creating texture, you might enjoy this online class called Fun & Fantastic Textured Crochet Stitches!
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