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Multicolored 70 Minute Scarf

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With any of your three favorite colors of yarn you can make this Multicolored 70 Minute Scarf in just over an hour. This free crochet scarf pattern is quick and easy to work up and it only uses two crochet stitches. The best part about this scarf is you can alter the pattern to make it thinner or wider to your liking.

Multicolored 70 Minute Scarf
Multicolored 70 Minute Scarf
This image courtesy of Christine Weiher

Beginner

Crochet Hook: P/16 or 16 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials:

  • Loops & Threads Charisma yarn (main colors)
    • One skein Forest and one skein Taupe
  • Thin worsted weight yarn for contrasting color (Magenta)
  • P hook


Instructions
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With two main colors Chain 100
Row 1:  Half double crochet in second chain from hook. Continue to end of row, chain 1 and turn.
Row 2: With contrasting color single crochet in each stitch to end of row. Chain 1, turn and fasten off.
Row 3: With main two colors HDC in each stitch to end of row. Chain 1 and turn.
Row 4: Repeat row 2.
Row 5: Repeat row 3.
Row 6: Single crochet in each stitch to end of row. Fasten off.
Weave in ends.

Note: Repeat rows 3 and 4 as many times if you want a wider scarf.

 

 

 

 

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How do you crochet with two strands together without getting them tangled? (sorry if it's a dumb question).

The title is a little unfortunate, but here are some instructions for carrying yarn while crocheting: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-carry-yarn-in-crochet.html Here is a video; doesn't seem to have sound, but demos one method: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7MeXJCd2jc

Here is a link to the video tutorial on changing colors without knots. http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Tutorials/How-to-Color-Change-without-Knots

It is simple, effective and so fast to make . Thank you

This might be a great way to use up leftover yarn from a large project (like the granny square afghan I'm currently working on). I'll have to purchase a new size P hook, though; my old one disappeared when I last moved, over 25 years ago!

When making this scarf, on row two are we still using the two main colors also or fastening them off?

to "bnoble 3000476" .... On row 2, you change to a contrasting yarn (yarn that goes with either of the two main colors) before beginning.... you carry your yarns up along the side of the scarf being careful to give the yarns a single twist as you change at each of the rows.

Great pattern here and easy to do....I find that I can carry on the contrasting colors nicely without tying off after each row....also....love the new method that I came across somewhere...allowing me to add on without any knots...and YES LADIES, this works LOL... Crocheting to me being a man, is very relaxing at the end of a long day...I have arthritis in my hands and this really helps me keep them active...like I always like to be busy. I am medically retired and normally do alot of QUILTING, (self taught) and I do quite well...but also make alot of PRIMITIVES too..all kinds. Then after I am tired of fabric from the day, I sit with a great Netflix Movie and get them crochet meanderings a working at my finger tips...most of what I do ends up being a newly created design...fun to work on.....Would love to here from Other guys that relax making crafty type things to keep them busy as well.....Thanks....sorry my fingers went "amuck" on this keyboard...foaming at the mouth here LOL....thanks for the patterns and Great future projects as well... IrishLad from Orlando, Florida, USA

Would love to know your new method for changing colors without tying off. Been crocheting for years and I cannot figure out how to do that. Would appreciate your help.... Lizzzitish

If he is speaking of joining colors with no knots, google "Russian Join", that is the method I use for no knots, and I love it! There may be others but that's the only one I know of so far.

I used this same stitch pattern and made three lapghans using all my leftovers. I used three strands and as one color ran out I added a complementary color and they came out really beautiful and warm. I can share pictures if anyone likes, but this is a perfect stitch and hook for using leftover yarn

i would love to see pictures of your lapghans. gina

I would LOVE to see your FP.... veganmom @ clearwire.net or 1VeganMom on ravelry.com thanks!

I would love to see the lapghans and learn how you did them.

I am always looking for new patterns and would love to see your lapghans

I too would enjoy seeing photos of your Lapghans....this is Ken aka IrishLad....Thanks so much

I would love to see pictures of your lapghans and instructions on how to make them. Thank you!

Would love to see pictures and learn how to add without knots. What kind of yarn can I use on this scarf? Jan

So, just to be sure. When I add the contrasting color, I'm only using that one strand, correct? Do I tie off the two main colors at that point, or do I leave them hanging to pick up at the next row? I see that I fasten off the contrasting color which I'm single crocheting with, but didn't see any instructions about fastening off the two main colors while working on the scarf. Looks fun and easy.

you don't tie off anything, you add the new color through weaving it in and keep on. allfreecrochet has an excellent video to show you how to add new colors without knots. I love it. Thx for sharing this scarf. It's beautiful. I'm going to make some for myself and others.

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