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Easy Fashion Scarf

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Make this Easy Fashion Scarf for yourself or a friend. Follow the pattern and video tutorial and get a beautiful end result. This scarf is so fashionable you can wear it any time of year. Free crochet patterns like this are so fun to work up.

Easy Fashion Scarf
Eva Ferrebee

Beginner

Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Pattern:

Chain 15 (approximately 4 inches wide)
Row One - SC each chain
Row Two - *Chain 3, Skip 2 stitches and SC in 3rd Stitch - Repeat * to end of row
Row Three - *Chain 3, SC in scallop opening - Repeat * to end of row
Repeat Row Three for the length you desire (above is approximately 5 feet long)
End Row - SC in each stitch
Finishing - Knot off - Hide Ends with tapestry needle inside work.

 
 

 

 

 

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thank you for a beginner pattern that is more than single crochet, and very much appreciate the videos!

What a great pattern! Goes so fast, uses so little yarn, and turns out so pretty. I've made this in many colors and with many types of yarn. I just finished 10 of these for Christmas gifts! If you want a wider scarf, about 5" instead of 4", just chain 19 to start and it works perfectly.

Just a great pattern. Goes so fast, takes not much yarn, and turns out so pretty. I've made this in many colors and with different types of yarn. Have made about 10 of these for Christmas gifts this year. If you want your scarf 5" wide instead of 4", chain 19 and it will work perfectly!

Just wanted to say that I am new to crocheting. Well my mom taught me the basic stitches about 30 years ago (and I still remember them!) But I have been wanting to make a light weight scarf for cool summer and autumn nights and this is the pattern for me! I read the directions first and your video helped confirm what I was picturing in my head. So thank you! Also, your voice was very calm and non-judgmental :) so I'm pretty sure my scarf will turn out fantastic! Thanks again.

I am a beginner and am having my cousin teach me b/c we are both left-handed, this is the best instruction I have ever seen, I am ready right now, so simple and you make it seem so fun. Can't wait to get started, and I see that I can use that one pattern with different weights of yarn, this should be very interesting b/c I also have done art with pastels and oils, so this will be great fun for me! thanks so much this, I've found a new hobby.

great instructions, great pattern, can hardly wait to make the scarf.

FANTASTIC! I haven't crocheted in over 20 years, and I'M IN LOVE with this pattern. SO easy... SO fun... and your video tutorial is FABULOUS. Thank you for making & sharing.

I have used this pattern many times with all weights of yarn. I always add a fringe and crocheted flowers on each end (back to back on both sides.

I think this scarf is very pretty and a good project for beginners. I think I wouldd like one to wear with my suits

I like the yarn that was used and I would like to add pearls, white on white looks great but so would pink as well.

Possibly add a light fleece material in a accent color to add to the warmth aspect of it. Or maybe just add some embellishments on the ends.

Great easy pattern, especially for the hot climate to which I recently moved. Thanks!

I would do fringe on the ends or do it in a multiple color yarn with a simple border on the ens

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