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Free Knitting and Crochet Patterns from Elaine Phillips

Chain Scarf with Crochet Fringe

Difficulty level: Easy

Free Crochet Scarf Pattern

Length: 78" (198 cm)

Width: 9" *(23 cm)

Materials: Sensations Soles & More self-striping sock yarn color 1811 262 yds (240 m) / 60 gr - 2 skeins
Hook: E (3.5 mm) OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE

Gauge: 1 sc, ch 8 = 1.25" (3.2 cm)

Directions:
The scarf is worked lengthwise with each fringe piece crocheted at the end of each row.

Bobble stitch: work 3 dc intoone stitch leaving the last loop of each on the hook. Yarn over and draw through all the loops on the hook.

Chain 515.
Row 1: ch 1, sc in the 2nd ch, ch 8, skip 8 ch, *1 sc, ch 8, skip 8 ch* repeat 56 times more, 2 sc, ch 30, 3dc bobble in the 5th st from the hook, ch 4, sl st to the same st, ch 25, turn.
Row 2: 2 sc over 2 sc, ch 8, *sc, ch 8* repeat to the end of the row, 2sc, ch 30, 3dc bobble in the 5th st from the hook, ch 4, sl st to the same st, ch 25, turn.
Rows 3-45: repeat row 2. Tie off
To change the length, simply increase or decrease the number of repeats (of 1 sc and ch 8). To change the width, increase or decrease the amount of rows worked.

 

Enjoy!



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# 1. Poster: Connie
May 5, 2012

Hi, Read through the directions and am wondering about the length. If I want it shorter, do I still chain 515 stitches? This is for a preteen girl. It doesn't make sense that I'd change the number of repeats to make it shorter. Any help will be appreciated. Am looking forward to making this scarf. Hope to have an answer shortly as it needs to be done by May 19. Thank you!
# 2. Poster: Elaine Phillips
May 8, 2012

To crochet the scarf shorter you need to change the number of repeats. You should chain less sts.
# 3. Poster: Phoebe
August 26, 2012

Hi, I'm a bit confused about how to read this pattern, do you do 515 chains for each long strand of chains that's going to make up the scarf & then each of those rows is how to connect all the strands together? Or do you just do 1 lot of 515 chains & then each row is a new long row of chains? I'm fairly new to crochet & I'm still getting the hang of reading patterns =)
# 4. Poster: RileyRay
September 19, 2012

You chain 515 just as a starting chain. You will only do it once. The pattern looks like many different stings of 515 chains because of the *chain 8, skip 8 of the previous row, 1 single crochet on the previous row* pattern. It creates a space without changing the number of stitches per row.
# 5. Poster: larissa
October 9, 2012

I love this scarf, I have some regular yarn, medium, would it be possible to do this scarf with this yarn? I dont have the super small yarn this one talks about. If I can do it how would I have to modify it? Please and thank you. <3
# 6. Poster: Elaine Phillips
October 18, 2012

Yes, you can use medium weight yarn. You just need to use bigger hook and work the base chain shorter.
# 7. Poster: larissa
October 10, 2012

Do you think its possible to do this pattern with a weight 3 baby yarn? I love this pattern but I worried it would not look right. If I can do it with this yarn, how would I adjust the pattern? Thank you
# 8. Poster: jkkidz
December 29, 2012

Thank you for sharing your pattern. In row 2, right before the chain 30, do you mean 2 sc? It says 2 dc, but I was wondering if it's a typo. Thanks again!
# 9. Poster: Elaine Phillips
January 8, 2013

It was a typo. Thank you for writing about it.
# 10. Poster: Georgia Beckman
February 5, 2013

I'm confused. I chained 515, then did the repeat to the end of the row. If I do that to the end of the row, where then am I putting the 2 sc that you mention before the chain 30? Then Row 2 starts with 2 dc. WHERE? In the 2nd chain from the hook (of the ch 25 I just made?) Then it says ch 8 *sc, ch 8* repeat to the end of the row. After that ch 8, am I skipping any chains or am I really chaining 8 & sc in the next chain?
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Close up of the fringe

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