Basic Boho Crochet Scarf
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Basic Boho Crochet Scarf

Basic Boho Crochet Scarf
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"The Basic Boho Scarf will have you at the height of fashion in no time at all. Whether you are new to crochet or a seasoned expert, you can make this scarf! It is stitched in long rows with long tails left and tied together as fringe. It can be made from a bunch of scrap yarn or just one. So grab some fun yarn and get stitching!!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook, M/13 or 9 mm hook

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

Finished SizeAny, samples are about 80" x 4"

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If this doesn't bring out the creative side of you, then nothing will. It's a fun, easy project that won't send you to the yarn store to spend your craft money. I have tons of left over scraps of yarn to work in and I love the fringe idea so no working in all those ends.

This really is the ultimate scrap buster, isnt it? No ends to work in because they will be forming the fringe. Doesnt matter what weight, texture, color or type of yarn because youre only working one row at a time. I love that youre working the each row in the opposite direction from the previous row as that would change the texture. Let your creativity be your guide!

This is such a unique design for a traditional scarf- meaning, the type of scarf that is a long rectangle. I love the freeform style to it, and the fact that there is almost no pattern to follow. So, if you're like me and prefer to create your own designs, then this one might be for you!

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