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Ombre Crochet Scarf: Easy Stitch Pattern
"The Ombre Crochet Scarf can be worked in any yarn you want, and made in any size you need! This design begins in simple rows of stitches worked end to end, using just the chain, double and slip stitches to create a beautiful look and texture. Don’t worry, even if you’re a beginner, this is a simple stitch and row repeat to follow! The Ombre Crochet Scarf is named because I worked five skeins of yarn to make the sample, using one entire skein at a time from lightest to darkest. The original yarn used (Sprightly Acrylic Worsted, Medium 4) has since been discontinued, but this design can easily be worked up in other yarn weights, types, and colors of your choice. Why are all great yarns discontinued? If you’re not sure how to substitute yarn, this pattern includes a link to yarns you can substitute Sprightly Acrylic Worsted with, so that you can use another yarn to create the same great look. Or, you can be adventurous and try yarns you love! Just be sure to measure as you go to get the best size and fit. The two stitch repeat creates a really lovely fabric texture that is reversible, so either side of this scarf will look exactly the same. Finally, this scarf is finished with fringe that is grouped and knotted into two large tassels, giving this super sized scarf a really different look. "
Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge14.5 pattern Sts = 4”
12 pattern rows = 4”
Finished Size6” wide x 100” long (adjustable)
Sprightly Acrylic Worsted, Medium #4 yarn (100% Acrylic; 201 yds/198 m per 3.5 oz/100 g skein): 1005 yards
US Size J/10 6.00 mm Hook
- Measuring Tape
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