Parkway Scarf


"The Parkway Scarf is pretty, cozy, and just a little luxurious - and the perfect pattern for people who hate weaving in ends! Fringe is the answer! The Cobblestone stitch is what’s used for this pattern, and it’s ideal for showing off yummy yarns! While I chose to turn my Parkway Scarf into an infinity scarf, you can also leave it “open” or straight if preferred - it’s just one less step, and instructions are included for both versions."


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge9 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in cobblestone stitch pattern

Finished Size10" wide x 60" long (not including fringe)

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This is a beautiful scarf and the yarn. wow. I haven't used the Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca yet, but I bet it's supper soft. I really like the way the designer uses the ends of the rows for fring making it a no weave in ends scarf. The cobblestone stitch makes a beautiful pattern and changing the color every row really makes it pop. I'm going to be on the look out for the yarn to make this one. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet scarf pattern.

What a beautiful scarf! I love the use of cobblestone stitch and the fringe adds a wonderful element of fun.

Yes, the so-called Cobblestone stitch needs no video tutorial as far as I am concerned. All it is is a repeating single crochet, a half-double crochet, and a double crochet all in the same space. Once you make it past the first couple rows you'll figure it out. This could be a great reason for me to go ahead and try the new Lion Brand Alpaca yarn at Michaels!

The only alpaca yarn Ive every played around with came straight from a friend who raises them. It was hand spun of course, so it had all sorts of lumps and bumps. Im very glad to know Michaels now carries a commercial version. The designer promises a tutorial on the Cobblestone Stitch, but its so easy that you dont really need one. The designer explains the method quite well.


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