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Super Fast and Easy and Crochet Scarf Pattern

The stitch texture of this scarf.
I have been doing some experimenting lately with my crochet.  I use the smallest hooks to the largest hooks I can get my hands on.  Each hook shapes your crochet stitches a little bit different than the last.

In my stumbling, I have come across this texture and it makes the most amazing fabric.  If you are looking for a last minute gift that only takes an afternoon to complete, you have come to the right place.

This crochet scarf pattern takes only a few hours to whip up and leaves you with a very intricate looking weave.  It consists of all single crochet, no other stitch is necessary so this a great place to start for beginners.

Modeling this super cute scarf
The secret to this awesome scarf is the size Q crochet hook.  This is how you achieve the really bulky texture with only worsted weight yarn. For this scarf, I used two different colors and it add even more definition to this pattern.

By crocheting your stitches with a size Q crochet hook, the gaps between the stitches becomes larger and creates almost a lace-like texture.  This stitch would be perfect for blankets too.  The gaps between the stitches are wide enough that my index finger can fit through them.

I used an emerald green and a lighter green.  I love the contrast that the light and dark color give this scarf.

 It really is one of the fastest crochet patterns you can complete.  Using two strands of worsted weight creates a very solid and bulky scarf.  For something more airy use only one strand with the larger q hook and your design will look like lace.

The fastest scarf you will ever crochet.

Free Crochet Pattern

Hook Size -- Q

Yarn Weight -- Worsted (4)

Ch 12

Row 1: Second ch from the hook sc, sc in each stitch across, turn, do not ch 1 to start next row (11)

Row 2:  Sc in each stitch across, turn (11)

Repeat Row 2 until the scarf is the desired length.

Attach ends together to create an infinity scarf like I did or just weave in your loose ends and that is it.

You now have a brand new crochet scarf that only takes a couple hours to complete.


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