I hope you find today’s crochet pattern to be everything you love and more! I was so excited when I had this scarf idea come to me! I was inspired by a knitting kit I had seen and the more I looked at the photos I kept saying to myself…”You could make something just like that in crochet!”
That is exactly what I did and I am so pleased with how this project turned out!
You will find this pattern is the PERFECT solution to get yourself started on when you’re a newbie crocheter! Seriously…if you can
- make a foundation chain
- single crochet
- change colors
- tie off
- weave in your ends
you can make this scarf!
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WHAT I USED:
- 3 red heart yarns in white, black and hot pink
- “i” hook
- tapestry needle
You will start by chaining 52 with the black yarn
SECTION 1 (black and white stripes)
Row 1 – SC in the 4th CH from the hook and continue with SCs all the way across. Ch 1. Turn
Row 2 – SC in same ST as your CH 1 and continue all the way across. Ch 1. Turn
Row 3 & 4 – repeat of row 2
CHANGE COLORS (white)
Rows 5, 6, 7, 8 – repeat row 2
CHANGE COLORS (black)
Rows 9, 10, 11, 12 – repeat row 2
In total, you will have 6 black stripes and 6 white stripes.
SECTION 2 (pink and white stripes)
You’re going to do the same exact thing as you did in section one with the row 2 repeat. Only this time you will have a total of 13 pink stripes and 13 white stripes.
SECTION 3 (black and white stripes)
Finish the scarf with the same pattern we began with, black and white stripes.
Tie off and weave in your ends.
You will do a total of 6 black stripes and 5 white stripes. This will give you a completed scarf of 49 rows. You will then tie off and weave in all your ends. At this point, you could add some fun borders to the edges of the scarf.
Some ideas I had were large tassels, fringe or even the little crochet ball edging. however, leaving it clean on the edge definitely plays to the more modern look and fashion style. But I would encourage you to make this exactly how you want it!