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Hi & welcome! Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving this year! We spent time camping and away from all the stress this year. I had a chance to finish this pattern and take photos during our trip. I love camping in the coast of California even in the winter. It's beautiful and my boys love being out there too. Seeing their happy faces makes me happy. I know my socks don't match but my oldest son loves mt socks and he loves mismatch socks so he'll take random ones and leave me with mismatch socks as well!
Do you remember the Autumn Slouch Beanie & Cowl set from last month? It was a design I released in collaboration with WeCrochet! If you forgot, here is a photo of what it looks like! Get the free pattern here! You can also save it on Ravelry!
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Let's talk about the yarn I used! The Wonderfluff yarn is a bulky weight however you can really use any weight yarn for this pattern. This lovely yarn comes in so many pretty colors. I chose Lynx Heather & let me tell you... this yarn is so soft and feels light for a bulky weight. It's 70% Baby Alpaca , 7% Merino Wool , 23% Nylon but feels like a fluff of clouds.
There is an ad-free pattern available for purchase for just $2 in my shops if you'd like to purchase the pdf.
Okay, and finally, let's jump into this pattern!
One size 92” Length| 5.5” Wide
GAUGE | in Pattern
4” = 16 Stitches | 3 row Repeats
Knit Picks, Wonderfluff | 3 Skeins
CROCHET HOOK(S) Shop Hooks
ABBREVIATIONS | YouTube Videos
ch – Chain
sl st(es) – Slip Stitch(es)
st(s) – Stitch(es)
sc – Single Crochet
dc - Double Crochet
sk – Skip
beg – Beginning
rem – Remaining
rep – Repeat
yo - Yarn Over
SKILL LEVEL – Beginner
NOTES – Pattern is written in US terms. The beg ch3 counts as a dc st. The beg ch1 does not count as a st.
Foundation: Ch23 (or as wide as you want your scarf). If you are customizing, chain in multiples of 3 + 2. Please note that any adjustments will change the amount of yarn needed.
Row 1: 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook, *ch2, sk2, 1sc in next st. Rep from * to end.
Row 2: ch3 (counts as dc st), & turn. *2dc in the ch2 sp, 1fpdc around the sc st. Rep from * until last ch2 sp. 2dc in last ch2 sp, 1dc in last sc st.
Row 3: ch1 & turn, 1sc in same st, *ch2, sk2, 1sc in next st. Rep from * to end.
Note: The last st is worked in the turning ch.
Repeat rows 2-3 until scarf measures 84" inches or as long as you'd like. I wanted to use up the 3 balls of yarn I had.
Using a piece of cardboard measuring approx. 4.5-5 or however long you want the fringe. Wrap yarn around 30 times. Cut along bottom so you have 30 strands.
Step 1: Using 1 strand for the sc st in the corner, make a loop, insert hook in the sc st. Place loop on hook, yo & pull through loop on hook.
Step 2: Using 2 strands for the ch2 sp, make a loop, insert hook in the ch2 sp. Place loops on hook, yo & pull through loops on hook. Repeat once more.
Rep Step 2 across.
Rep Step 1 for the last sc st.
Trim fringe so it's straight. Weave in all ends.
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