Grinch Legs Scarf

Grinch Legs Scarf

"I made the kids and myself these cute “tip-toeing” Grinch scarves to wear for the occasion. I happened to have some Loops & Threads Cozy wool yarn in Sweetgrass which I think is a perfect Grinch color. If you know any Grinch fans and are looking for a last-minute project to make for the season, this one can be whipped up pretty quick since it is a bulkier yarn. – Super Bulky weight (6) yarn in Green – Super Bulky weight (6) yarn in Red – Bulky weight (5) fuzzy yarn in white"

NotesFollow the same pattern directions for both an adult and child-size scarf. If you are making a child-size scarf, the modifications/changes needed are indicated in brackets: [ ].

If you are making an adult-size scarf, simply ignore the brackets.
The green body of the scarf is made first. Leave the green tail from your beginning slip knot and the tail from fastening off at the end hang loose so you can use them as reference points when attaching the shoes.

You can lengthen or shorten the scarf as needed by adding or deleting rows.
The first double crochet stitch of each row is always done in the same stitch as the chain 2 unless otherwise stated (the chain-2 does not count as a stitch, so don’t skip the first stitch of the row).

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge5 dc = 2 inches

3 rows of dc = 2 inches

Finished SizeTotal (Adult-Size) Scarf Measurements: Approximately 3¾ inches wide (green section) x 38 inches long (from bottom of shoe to bottom of opposite shoe) Total (Child-Size) Scarf Measurements: Approximately 2½ inches wide (green section) x 31 inches long (f

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