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Updated May 11, 2017
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The Ocean Air Scarf is a quick and easy crocheted scarf to complete. It's the perfect accessory for summer nights when there's a slight chill to the air. A little more than one skein of worsted weight yarn is needed to complete this pattern. The scalloped edges of this crochet design are definitely reminiscent of the relaxing ocean waves. It measures only 3 inches wide at the widest part of the scallop and 60 inches long.

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Ocean Air Scarf
Ocean Air Scarf
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Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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Very pretty, love the scarf. The scalloped edge is a nice touch to this ocean air scarf. The directions are very simple and easy to follow along with. I have lots of extra yarns from other projects that could be worked up into one of these scarfs. Thanks for sharing your lovely pattern.

This scarf looks perfect for almost any month of the year. I think it would be a nice accent to my current winter coat in a coordinating color but would also look great in the spring or fall with just a sweater and jeans. Very versatile pattern, can't wait to try it and especially since it's an easy pattern, I think I could whip this up in no time!

This scarf really is something pretty, with the scalloped edges and all. However, I don't know if I'd wear this even in the cool summer nights. I think something that covers the shoulders and arms is more what I would be looking for. So, perhaps I would make the scarf wider. The color is amazing, though.

The ocean air scarf looks simply elegant. It has an airy look look with the feel of waves forming at the edges because of the scallops running along its entire length. I like how the scarf is not too wide - that means it can be worn around the neck without feeling bulky.

This scarf is simple to make I used a multicolor yarn in different color combinations for gifts, finally made one for myself. I added a few more scallops at the edges. I think it looks more finished. Thank you for the pattern.

love the teal color of this scarf

Love its classy vibe.

Looks very elegant!

How pretty. Looks a bit difficult but worth it.

I started this scarf last night and it went so well that I didn't stop until I got to the scalloped trim, whichI finished later this morning. I used Homestyle yarn and, even though I didn't like working with the yarn initially, I soon adjusted and have to admit that this is one of the cutest, most unusual scarf I've seen in a long while. I immediately went back to my yarn store today and bought enough other colors to make at least 2 more scarves for friends + one for myself. This is so easy and yet looks very professionally crocheted which is especially important to me since I just started learning how to crochet in the last couple months. Highly recommend this as a gift for the friend who "has everything!"

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