Moss Stitch Scarf

Moss Stitch Scarf

"The open stitches down the center of this scarf take so far beyond a simple moss stitch scarf. You can leave it as a regular scarf (a great idea if you want to give it to a guy) or sew it up at the end and make a cozy infinity scarf. Either way, it is lovely and versatile - sure to keep you warm all winter long! Plus, it takes only 1 skein of Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca Bonus Bundle - or 2 regular sized skeins."

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I like the fine stitches used in this moss stitch scarf. The sides have the fine moss stitches then bigger stitches were used in the center which sets it apart from the usual scarves.

I really like the look of this Moss Stitch Scarf. After reading the written pattern, I was amazed to see that there is a long, row by row directions and then below that a short and sweet way of written the pattern. Steps by stitches repeat. So nice to see it both ways. I have saved this and it is on my must make list of many. Looking forward to making this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet scarf/cowl pattern.

Im always happy to find unisex projects and this is one of the nicest. The open work strip in the center of the scarf is just perfect. This scarf is worked lengthwise, so as long as you start with an even chain, you can make it any length that works for you. Its a nicely repetitive pattern, too, so its an ideal project for TV watching.

See, what is neat about this scarf is that it is truly a unisex scarf pattern. Change up the color to suit a woman or man. Sew it together to create an infinity scarf for a woman, or leave the ends open for a traditional scarf for a man! I expect the finished product to be very soft, drape-y and lay beautifully on the shoulders.

My husband is short like me and he actually prefers a cowl or infinity scarf. No ends to drag in the mud.


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