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Flirty Spring Scarf

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Make a Flirty Spring Scarf for the warm season. This is a beautiful crochet scarf pattern you'll want to make right now! Use bright spring colors to uplift your mood. It uses a fun Starbella Yarn for a light and lacy feel.

Flirty Spring Scarf
Flirty Spring Scarf
This image courtesy of crochetchiq.blogspot.com

Easy

Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Instructions:

First you need to spread out the yarn and look at the netting. The part that is thick is the bottom or the edging, it is what ruffles.
The thinner side with the spaced out netting is the top and what we will be crocheting into.



What we are doing is a chain, take turns between chaining in every hole and skips one or two holes.



Continue chaining until you have the length desired. the yarn will curl and ruffle as you go. Knot and slip stitch to hide your end. Then repeat everything with a 2nd chain at the same length. Then you twist the two together and you have this CHIQ scarf!!! Try mixing colors or doing more than 2 strands for a thicker scarf!

 

Check out Mary's profile and other patterns!

 

If you love crochet scarf designs like this one, you'll love all the cute crochet scarf patterns we have for all seasons!

 

 

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I am liking how easy it is to make this scarf. I'm definitely will be making one. Off to JoAnn's I go.

I have ordered Sashay yarn from JoAnn's and they have several beautiful colors as well.

are you basically working into the second row, as opposed to the thinner-looking ones at the top?

@Tiredgranny you can find this yarn in the yarn aisle at most Walmart stores. =) It makes very beautiful scarves. Personally I like the looks of the loomed scarves. They are much fuller!!

I am like gmtomlinsn, where do you get that type of yarn??? I have never seen it but I want to make this pattern and need to know where to get that yarn.

hobby lobby has their own version, and I have seen sashay in Herrschners, walmart has it but limited amounts in the stores, check out the walmart.com. also there is a yarn.com I have heard of but not looked at.

Where do you get the yarn? I have never seen it here in Decatur, IL.

What do you think about turning at the end and slipstitch back to make it double instead of making two seperate strips??

This is my basic pattern in my advance patterns I do variations of that! great thinking!

How long did you make this scarf? I want to make sure I get 2 out of the skein.

I made mine about 5feet 9 inches long give or take!

Thank you for sharing. I bought the yarn and then could not figure out pattern. It had knitting instructions and I only crochet.

If you can't figure out the pattern please email me crochetchiq@gmail.com and I would be happy to help! it's basically just a chain!

Love this scarf-where do you get the yarn for these kind?

They are at Wal-Mart. In my Wal-Mart they where on an end cap at the end of the yarns.

I bought mine at Hobby Lobby.

This type of yarn seems to be everywhere. AC Moore and Michaels both carry it.

The flirty spring scarves are beautiful. My female relatives are going to get a scard for Christmas. I know they will love it. I went to Jo Ann's fabric to buy more yarn and they were sold out.

The flirty spring scarves are beautiful. My female relatives are going to get a scard for Christmas. I know they will love it. I went to Jo Ann's fabric to buy more yarn and they were sold out.

I don't know how many balls of this yarn are needed to make a scarf like the one pictured. Only 1 or more?

One ball Makes 2 scarfs like the one shown in the picture!!!

yOU ONLY NEED ONE BALL OF YARN, i'VE MADE ABOUT 15 OF THEM.

I don't know how many balls of this yarn are needed to make a scarf like the one pictured. Only 1 or more?

only 1 ball of yarn!

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