Stash Busting Crochet Scarf of Many Colors

Stash Busting Crochet Scarf of Many Colors

Stash Busting Crochet Scarf of Many Colors
Stash Busting Crochet Scarf of Many Colors

"Anyone that knits or crochets will usually have lots of yarn left over from previous different projects. This scarf will help reduce the amount of yarn in your stash and at the same time you will be creating a unique scarf that absolutely no one else has. Because it was made using the single crochet stitch and a large hook, it is also quick and easy to crochet and will be finished within no time."

NotesThe actual hook used for this scarf was a 12 millimeter European hook. One could try using the P/16 or the Q hook in the U.S. and increase/ decrease the amount of stitches for the width and rows.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

Yarn WeightOther

Crochet Gauge8 Stitches and 8 Rows = 10 centimeters or approximately 4 inches

Finished Size30 centimeters x 200 centimeters (approximately 11.8 inches x 78.7 inches)

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With the stretch of the imagination, I guess I could see this stash busting crochet scarf looking like a rag rug. However, just like with any stash busting project it will be truly unique to the person that makes it. According to the yarn you have on hand, the finished project could be almost any color combination.

I have been crocheting for a while and I have yet to accumulate enough yarn to make any stash busting project worth while but I love to look at my options. I know if I continue to crochet I will have some leftover and I will have a stash of stash busting projects to choose from.

Is it my imagination or does anyone else think this looks like a rag rug? I love the idea of using three strands together, although it does look like shes using very thin strands to begin with. And what about that method of making fringe? Thats certainly different and not nearly as time consuming as the usual way. No worries about it working loose in the wash either.

Wow this really is a Stash Busting pattern. After reading the written directions for this Stash Busting Crochet Scarf of Many Colors, I and see my stash of yarn gone. This is crocheted with 3 strands of yarn held together all the way through. Wow, what a thick scarf this will be. Great for the areas that get really cold. I love the idea and so easy. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet scarf pattern.

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