Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Pattern


Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Pattern

Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Pattern
Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Pattern

Quick! You need to get a gift for your best friend's birthday, and you only have a few days. While you could dash out to the store and purchase something, you still have plenty of time to crochet a scarf that they will love. And not just any scarf, but a crochet super scarf. The Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Pattern is just what you need to create an impromptu gift. It's stylish, unisex, and is one-size-fits-all. The crochet pattern is also easy to make and can likely be completed over a weekend. You'll love creating a warm super scarf when you see this pattern.

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Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook, N/15 or 10 mm hook

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

Finished SizeAdult: 9” (23 cm) wide x 87” (221 cm) long before blocking; 9.25” (23.5 cm) wide x 89” (226 cm) after blocking

Materials List

  • Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick (100% acrylic, 5 oz/142 g, 125 yd/114 m) – 6 skeins in 113 Redwood, or approximately 750 yd (686 m) in any super bulky weight yarn
  • US Size M/N-13/9 mm crochet hook, or any size needed to obtain gauge
  • Yarn needle
  • Optional: Blocking mat, pins, and spray bottle

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While I personally remain on the fence about Super Scarves, I do understand their appeal. Sadly, I inherited the Hobbit gene from my ancestors, so they tend to look WAY oversized on me. That said, I generally adapt the project to my height by dropping down hook and yarn sizes. No problem reading through the instructions until I come to the Crunch Stitch. What the heck is that?

This Coastal Redwood Super Scarf Pattern is another project that is hard to ignore. The color is so appropriate for the fall season and can be worn until the winter months. The length and width are just right, it looks good when worn as a cowl as well. I like cowls that are kind of bulky on the neck area because they are the ones that provide the needed warmth when the weather gets too cold and freezing. The color and simplicity of this scarf will look good on both men and women.


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