Scrap Happy Tube Scarf


Scrap Happy Tube Scarf

Scrap Happy Tube Scarf
Scrap Happy Tube Scarf

"This pattern is all about using up those leftover bits of yarn so you can go out and buy more yarn!! The scarf is worked in the round, so it’s doubly thick, making that worsted weight yarn even warmer around your neck. Of course it would look great in just a few colors, but in the spirit of scrap busting I went color-crazy, and I’m kind of in love with it! Have fun and happy hooking!"


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge8 stitches and 4 rows = 2 inches in double crochet

Finished Size3-1/4" wide when laid flat, custom length

Materials List

  • Approx 800 yards worsted weight yarn
  • Size "I" crochet hook (5.5mm)
  • Needle for weaving in ends

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I love that this would be an amazing way to use up all those little scraps I've got just sitting in my craft room! Would love to do this kind of scarf as a temperature project, those are always fun to see how they turn out with the different colors!

I had completely forgotten about Punky Brewster and her scarf, and she was actually my oldest daughters favorite doll! This is an adorable project, and the tube shape makes it extra warm because of the double layer. This is such a fun little creationI may make it up to surprise my daughter next Christmas. Thank you so much for including this one!

This crochet scarf is a great stashbuster! Even though using scraps would mean weaving in lots of ends, I think the color pay off is well worth it! Thanks for the free crochet pattern.

. I can just imagine this scarf selling for some ridiculous price under a designer label. Its so eye-catchingly different. I did notice, however, that there doesnt seem to be a pattern for that multi-coloured square on the end, so Ive left a comment for the blogger regarding this. I think its that square which gives the scarf the uniqueness.

The Blogger got back to me regarding the multi coloured square and it's just the way a variegated yarn worked up.

Wow, just the pattern I needed to use up all the leftover little balls of yarn (I have a box full of them). Since I have mostly acrylic scraps in the stash, that's what I'll use, and then the scarf can be tossed in the washer when needed (especially if I make a few for the kids).


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