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Minimalist Scarf

Minimalist Scarf
Minimalist Scarf

"The Minimalist Scarf is perfect for beginner crocheters! This pattern is worked in three sections. We will begin with the center, crocheting a skinny strip. Once we are finished with the center, we'll fasten on each side to crochet the left and right sections. This technique allows us to explore texture and design while still maintaining a minimalist approach. There is a video tutorial to walk you through the entire thing! So if you're in need of a stylish yet easy scarf this season, give this one a try!"

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Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5 sts x 6 rows = 2" in single crochet

Finished SizeYour finished scarf will measure approximately 7" wide by 84" long (not counting fringe)

Materials List

  • 3 skeins Patons Alpaca Blend
  • 9 mm Crochet hook

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There is really never a cut and dry routine way to do that add on along the sides. You just kind of wing it and make sure your work stays even and does not ruffle or buckle. I usually eyeball it as I go. NOT my favorite thing to do, but adding a nice edge or border on those afghans is sometimes necessary. When I first looked at this scarf, I could tell exactly how she made it! Neat!

Dont let the name of the project fool you! Although it might only use the most basic stitchaka the Single Crochetthe arrangement gives this scarf an unusually elegant appearance. It also introduces a skill thats called for in several other projectsworking along a side edge. I know I struggled working my new stitches evenly and I wish Id had this as a practice piece when I first started

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