Chunky Blue Winter Scarf


Chunky Blue Winter Scarf

Chunky Blue Winter Scarf
Chunky Blue Winter Scarf

"The advantage of crocheting a scarf with a thick yarn is that you get fast results and an ultra warm scarf that will defy any winter temperatures. This scarf was completed in one evening. is easy to crochet and very snuggly to wear. A treble stitch was used to create it so the rows are high and the necessary length of the scarf is acquired within a few hours. Images show how the treble stitch was made, in case you have never used it before."

NotesThe crochet hook used was 12 millimeter which was not on the list. But will be about a "N" or "P" sized hook, depending on how tight you crochet.


Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge7 stitches and 3 rows of the treble stitch pattern = 10 x 10 centimeters (approximately 4 inches x 4 inches). You may need to adjust the size of your needle to acquire this gauge.

Finished Size23 centimeters wide and 160 centimeters long (approximately 9 inches x 62 inches long)

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Those shades of blue in this winter scarf are beautiful. They remind me of the blue waters of the ocean and it is very calming and tranquil. The written tutuorial is easy to follow and the addition of step by step photos make it even easier to make.

I love the texture of this Chunky Blue Winter Scarf, very appropriate for these cold winter months. Although if I'm the one to make this scarf, I'd make it wider, longer, extra large even because I love over sized scarves. Cheers!

This easy to work scarf is made up of repetitive rows of Triple (Treble) Crochet. This is exactly the kind of project I look for when teaching because it calls for a large hook and bulky yarn. Ive found that its much easier to work out how to do a new stitch using larger yarn even if the project itself calls for something as tiny as a #10 thread.


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