Hand Chain Sashay Scarf


Hand Chain Sashay Scarf

This Hand Chain Sashay Scarf is one of the fastest patterns ever to work up. You can complete this in just a few minutes, and you don't even need to use a crochet hook! Grab your favorite color of Red Heart Swerve yarn to create a chain with your hands. You will have a pretty, homemade scarf in no time. This easy scarf pattern is also a great way to introduce yarn crafts to kids.


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

Scarf measures 110” (279cm) long in circumference

The finished measurement of the scarf will vary depending on the tension of each chain.

You can adjust the chains by using two or three fingers as a guide. The chains can be the same size throughout or the size of the chain may vary for a unique look.

The scarf can be left long allowing it to be worn as desired or wrap ends around an assembled scarf and tie off as described below.

Start with a slip knot leaving a 5” (13 cm) tail.
Using two or three fingers (depending on size desired) pull through the loop making your first chain. Continue to pull through each chain loop until reach 5” (13 cm) from the end. Tie off to secure.

Option 1:
Tie ends of scarf together to form a long circle allowing for versatility each time it is worn.

Option 2:
Assemble the scarf to desired shape. Using the two ends, tie a knot around the scarf in what will be the back neck area. Wrap the remaining yarn around the first knot a few times and tie off. Weave in the ends under the wraps.






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In one way, I hesitate to even call this a crochet project. All youre really doing is making a long chain. There arent any other stitches involved. I have both taken and taught finger crochet and arm knitting, so I understand the appeal behind the projects. But I dont see where this is a better way of introducing the arts to someone. I would much rather take the same bulky yarn and give them a Q hook.

don't know why you would bother making this. i teach crochet to middle school girls and boys, making a "real" scarf is always their first project...this is just a bunch of chain stitches...sorry folks, can't sell me on this one.

LOVE soooooooooo amazing

I have been teaching my class this scarf for the past 10 years! They really enjoy it and a end project to give or keep. Great!


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