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Lunch Hour Scarf

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Just as the name states you can make this quick and easy free crochet pattern in just one hour on your lunch break. Using a large hook and alternating shells and the v stitch this neat scarf will be done in no time.

Lunch Hour Scarf
Lunch Hour Scarf
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Crochet Hook: P/16 or 16 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Once I finally got to the pattern, (wasn't easy) I have to wonder why use this "extended double crochet"? Seems to me that a treble would be more practical.

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That always seems to be the hardest part, choosing the color ...... I guess it would be the color that strikes my fancy when shuffling thru my stash.

I would use heathers in pink, orchid, blue and green.

I would make this scarf in pastels, very pail pink, light sand brown, seafoam green and very pail aqua.

On the Lunch-Hour Scarf I would use Purple, Turquoise and Lime Green.

I would make this in different shades of yellow and green.

TO: daviddraper 9276482. How does your scarf project for Ronald McDonald House work? Interested as we have one close by. Thanks

Yellow, Reds, and Orange for cool summer evenings.

I made it with purple and white. Looks fantastic and so easy to make.

I would use beige and brown.

I just would use pink and white

Love it! This was so easy and fun to make. Perfect for our Ronald McDonald House scarf project.

i think your work is beautiful i am like a beginner when it comes to stuff that u do but maybe one day i can make something pretty for a coffee table or side table as i have alot of cotton thread well God Bless always skeeter

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