Crochet this easy and quick scarf for spring, autumn or winter!
I wanted to make a scarf that’s not too thick and that I can wear during the spring & autumn seasons. But if you use a thicker yarn you can easily transform it into a really warm winter scarf.
The stitch I’m using in this pattern is commonly used for ribbing. It’s elastic, soft and resembles knitting. The main stitch is single crochet (SC) and back loop single crochet (BLSC). This pattern is so easy which makes it perfectly suitable for beginners. If you are an absolute beginner, you can watch this tutorial first on how to start to crochet, making the first loop and single crochet stitch.
I love this stitch. I think it looks great especially in scarves, beanies and wherever you need some stretch. It’s an easy and repetitive pattern, so you don’t have to pay a lot of attention to what you’re doing! 🙂
Scroll down for the free pattern or video demonstration!
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Yarn: Caron Cotton Cakes (60% Cotton, 40% Acrylic, colour: Rose Whisper)
Hook: 6mm and 7mm for the foundation chain (I’m using this set of hooks here)
19cm x 164cm (7.5” x 64”)
Note: You can easily adjust the size of your scarf by chaining more or less and adjusting the number of rows.
Ch = chain
St = stitch
SC = single crochet (single crochet tutorial here)
BLSC = back loop single crochet
Row 1: SC in second chain from hook and across, turn (total 26)
Row 2: chain 1, BLSC into the first st from hook and across, turn (refer to video below)
Row 3: repeat row 2 until you reach the desired length of your scarf.
Finish off and weave in the ends.
Would love to hear how it turned out for you. If you have any questions or suggestions let me know in the comments below! xx