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Easy Double Crochet Scarf Pattern

Updated on December 10, 2012

Bored of the Simple Double Crochet Scarf. Here is a Twist in the scarf and another way to use up a leftover bulky yarn. I usually try to use up my leftover yarns which tend to give me a different result of the simple projects. Lets go ahead and see how to make this scarf. Oh ya, This scarf takes only 2 hours to finish.

Materials:

1 Ball of yarn (Color of your Choice)

Left over Bulky yarn (Try to use contrast colors, gives better effect)

Size 5 Crochet Hook.

Stitch:


Double Crochet

Chain Stitch



How to Make:

Ch 14

Row 1: Dc in the 4th Ch from the hook, *Ch 1, Skip the next ch, dc in the next ch, Repeat from * till the end.

Row 2: Ch 4, *skip one ch, dc in the next ch, ch1, repeat from * till the end.

Repeat row 2 till you have the scarf of the desired length.

Fasten off.

Sample Piece

1st Row
1st Row
4 Rows
4 Rows
Fasten off (Sample)
Fasten off (Sample)

Now Take the Bulky yarn and pass it through each squares. And then add tassels to give it a complete look.

How To Weave the Bulky Yarn

The Bulky Yarn Effect
The Bulky Yarn Effect
Completed Scarf
Completed Scarf

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      Barbara Bethard 5 years ago from Tucson, Az

      oh wonderwool you are just getting better every day! I Love how you started out with a bit of narrative to this hub...now could you back up a bit please and show me how to pass the string so it makes a weave like effect :) ???Cause this is a really cool scarf/different from all the other scarf patterns Ive been looking at!

      Barbara

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      Priyanka Estambale 5 years ago from United States

      @RNMSN: Thanks So much for your advice and compliments. I will update the weaving part as soon as I am home, where my wools are waiting for me :)

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      Priyanka Estambale 5 years ago from United States

      @RNMSN: Updated the Weaving Part :) Hope you Like it :)

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      Nitesh 5 years ago

      Very nicely crafted and efficiently used the left over wool,great combination of skill and design. One must rely on these kind of eternal products and encourage people and brands to come out with stuff like this.Since this can be homemade one can just weave in their design and colour of choice.Its an awesome work. I will call the maker of this a super genius for all this product line up made out of wool.

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      Barbara Bethard 5 years ago from Tucson, Az

      oh fantastic addition there wonder wool with the video!way to go!

      see, thats what I was doing wrong, I used my crochet hook instead of my fingers and ended up shredding the wool :(

      I appreciate your instructions and look forward to more!

      you know, that little square makes a nice granny square doesnt it? do a bunch of the little ones and put it together for a throw...

      what do you think?

      :) and I agree with Nitesh you are a super genius wonder wool!

      Barbara B

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      Priyanka Estambale 5 years ago from United States

      Hey RNMSN that's a great idea for a throw. I will try making that. Thanks a lot for your wonderful comments and advice, really helps me write well.

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      Barbara Bethard 5 years ago from Tucson, Az

      you need very little advice wonder wool :) you are doing great and I love crocheting so we both benefit right?

      Barbara B

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      Priyanka Estambale 5 years ago from United States

      Yup we both would benefit. I would get suggestions to make my hub better, I am so happy I found a platform where I can share and teach something that I love to do. :)

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      Barbara Bethard 5 years ago from Tucson, Az

      Yes! thats how I feel too!!

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