Candy Cane Christmas Crochet Scarf


"This Candy Cane Christmas Crochet Scarf is easy to stitch up, and super fun to wear for any holiday party or Christmas event. You can make it in different colors for lots of creative looks. It is a stair step scarf, so you can make it as long as you want. You can even stitch the ends together and make it an infinity scarf. "


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Size56 X 7 inches

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This is a cute idea for a holiday themed scarf. It is designed to look like a striped candy cane, and I think she does a good job conveying that in her design. What is unique about this design is the "stair step" aspect of it. Usually your scarves are a straight edged rectangular shape. Nice job.

I love this pattern! The way the colors are offset is so different than your run-of-the-mill scarf pattern. Its so clean and crisp in the Christmas colors, but Im thinking this would make a nice team scarf for either a man or woman. I know a couple of male friends who would appreciate one of these in their favorite sports team colors.

Okay I don't understand In SOOOOOO many of these patterns listed that you must then go off-site to find there will be conflicting information Most usually your skill level determination doesn't match theirs and in this case you have hook H or -mm listed but on hers she simply states I and that's the end of it No alternatives for gauging not even a mention of that For instance I am in possession of two different crochet hooks both made by and are genuine Boye both are gold hooks built for bulky yarns On the first hook it says N- -mm but on the second hook it says N - -mm Are you freaking KIDDING me with this Every article I've read says the only disparate information on hook sizing will come from two different companies so make sure your hooks are all from the same manufacturer so you won't getRead More such conflicting information They're BOTH FROM BOYE So how can we complete these projects being beginners if the details of the listings are merely skipped over I'm srry I don't mean to criticise but it's just that it happens nearly once every day I visit and I get tired of seeing an image getting my heart set on making it because it looks perfect out of the others I've leafed through only to find that I don't even know really where to begin Thank-you

Hi Opus When we link out to free patterns on other sites we try and match the information on their page when we upload our information but mistakes happen Also there is a range of acceptable hook sizes for each type of yarn weight the designer used worsted weight yarn and an I hook but an H hook is still within the acceptable range of sizes - how closely you want to follow a blogger's pattern is entirely up to you In terms of gauges and alternatives - that is not something we control on our end that is all at the discretion of the blogger who posted the free pattern on their own sites We have no ownership over that we simply link out to the patterns so that someone else might be able to come across it and use it This scarf is an easy pattern using color changesRead More and double crochet stitches - you can really work it up with any size yarn and hook combination providing the two go together You can always find information on which hook sizes go with what yarn weights by going here http www craftyarncouncil com weight html Hope that helps Julia editor for AllFreeCrochet


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