Autumn Ripple Crochet Scarf Pattern

Autumn Ripple Crochet Scarf Pattern

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Autumn Ripple Crochet Scarf Pattern

"This Autumn Ripple crochet scarf pattern makes for a great project for any experience level! It's a perfect beginner project because it only takes one stitch and some increases and decreases to get an awesome ripple effect. Add in some self striping yarn and you don't even need to fuss with changing colors! I also love how this style works for men and women alike … you can easily make one for everyone on your gifting list! Here is what you will need: approximately 568 yd of self striping DK weight yarn (shown here in Sirdar Colourwheel #205) US G-6 /4 mm hook scissors and yarn needle"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Finished SizeFinished scarf measures approximately 9 in. x 72 in.

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Oh wow. I like this ripple scarf. I was attracted to the yellow color sandwiched between a coral and an off white yarn. I actually love the whole look. You think that the colors are not in harmony but the contrasts are what make the whole scarf so unique. I love it!

Basic chevron pattern but it looks so nice in those colors. I say you can never have too many scarves! Fall is here and it is getting colder so you need them. I think it will work up quickly. Thank you.

This really looks so much like a scarf that I made for myself, fairly recently! I love this look! What a great all around not-so-basic pattern, for both men and women. The autumn colors are just what to wear right now. In my scarf, I made it over 6 feet long, and about 11" wide, for a super scarf look. I used about 1 1/2 balls of the Caron Big Cakes. Highly recommend this yarn!

Those are great color choices for this scarf. They look exactly like the autumn leaves that are falling off the trees. The ripple stitch is such a classic stitch but it is very versatile and works with a lot of different things not just the afghans that everyone has on the back of their sofas in the 70s.


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