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60 Minute Ribbed Crochet Scarf

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60 Minute Ribbed Crochet Scarf
60 Minute Ribbed Crochet Scarf
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There are so many great things about this 60 Minute Ribbed Crochet Scarf. It has the ribbed look because it only uses 2 skeins of yarn that are crocheted together. You also have the option of including a button for easy closure so that it never falls off. This crochet scarf looks stylish and is super comfortable for you to wrap around yourself any time of year. You get all of this for only an hour or less of your time!


Crochet HookQ or 16mm hook

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

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Thank you so much for sharing your 60 Minute Ribbed Crochet Scarf! It's lovely and it now on the top of my "to hook" list.

The texture of this ribbed crochet scarf reminds me of knitting. While in college a friend really gave it her best shot at teaching me the art of knitting but I never really got it. I am glad there are some crochet techniques that will give you the appearance of a knitted item.

So, the intro states that I can have this beautiful ribbed crochet scarf in about an hour. Count me in. Understanding why after reading the directions. I just love the button applied to the scarf.

I love the way the hdc's create the ribbed texture. This is an easy pattern to follow. I believe a beginner should be able to make this. I would make it in another color, but I do like the original color. This would make a great last minute gift since it works up quickly.

This is unbelievable. It's a very easy pattern, it makes up quickly and you can embellish it in so many ways. I am going to pass this along to my friends who are just starting to learn how to crochet. It will be easy enough and give them a boost of confidence!

The half double crochet gives a nice look. Usually when crocheting scarves you don't want to use stitches that are too big. You may end up having too much space in between stitches and rows and that wind will blow right through! The half double versus the double also creates a great ribbing. Probably why she chose to use that stitch. I LOVE the name of her blog, too!

I surely do understand the designers frustration with seeing something you really like and then not being able to chase down the pattern. It happens to me all the time! Kudos for figuring out how to create your own version and many thanks for posting it for free! The designer uses two strands worked together but you could use a bulky yarn, or for even more interest, use two different colored strands for a Linen look.

I think the ribbed look mimics a knit/purl design so well that this would even make a great unisex scarf for guys, done in a more neutral hue! Make it a little longer so they can easily wrap it, tie it, or push it through like a knot, and you've got a great gift for a guy.

I have seen versions of this scarf floating around various websites for a while. Since I found this link for the free pattern, I have decided to give it a closer look now from the designers blog. Wow, I see that she used a size P crochet hook. I know that I dont have one that large. Oh well, I am off to the yarn store now. Yay!

I really like this pattern. It's going to be filed under fast gifts to make. Although I may make one or two up now and put them into my Christmas stash box in the closet. I love having gifts made during the year so I don't panic at Christmas. And I have tons of buttons. If you are looking for them, before you spend a bundle on just a couple, check out your local thrift shops.

We are still having really hot summer weather here in South Africa but winter will definitely be here in just a few months which is why this lovely chunky scarf pattern caught my eye. It looks so cozy and warm, perfect for cold wintry days. I absolutely love scarves, wraps and shawls and can never have enough of them so, because this is such a quick and easy pattern, I am thinking of making a few of these in different colours to mix and match with different outfits.

Love this pattern! Perfect way to add texture and dimension to a project in a quick and easy way! I love projects that can completed in a short amount of time. Perfect for the busy crafter!

I've always loved yellow and its different shades and hues including this shade of mustard. It is so irresistible. I may not like the cowl design but the color, that nailed it at least for this comment. Here's the link to the pattern http// == ochet-pattern.html


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