Welcome to another scarf pattern post! This one is an incredibly easy one, which makes the perfect boyfriend or husband scarf! Yes, it also makes for a gorgeous scarf for a gal, just FYI.

You can quickly work this project up while binge-watching your favorite show this weekend and it looks like a fiber arts masterpiece! OK, maybe that’s stretching it a bit, but it is a truly beautiful scarf. And I assure you that your intended recipient will love it.

Now, let’s talk supplies! You can use ANY yarn you want! Just make sure you adjust your hook size accordingly. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN??? It means, if you use a size 4 yarn, use a 5.5 mm hook. If you use a 3.5 yarn, use a 5 mm hook. Etc. So use a hook that is 1.5 mm larger than your yarn size, saavy?

I used Red Heart Super Saver for the scarf you see in the picture. I know, I know, I seem to have a thing for his yarn, either that or they are sponsoring me, right? Well, no, Red Heart is not sponsoring this post (but if you are reading, Hi there Red Heart!) I just like the feel of this yarn, and I had skein in Navy handy, so….now I have a sweet-looking navy scarf.

Yarn: Minimum of approx. 400 yards (366 m) of a size 4, medium yarn. 

The amount of yarn you will require depends on the size scarf you crochet. The approximate amount is based on a 6 x 60 inch scarf (15 x 152 cm).

Tunisian Hook: I, 5.5 mm

Additional materials: Scissors, & needle (any needle you can fit your yarn through will work). 

Notes: This pattern uses no multiples or any specific number of stitches. The width and length of your project are customizable to your taste. Your initial chain will  measure the desired width of the scarf, then you work the length of the scarf by adding rows. 

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Skill level: Beginner

Terminology: Standard US Crochet Terms

Sizing: child to adult sized provided in pattern

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Atenas Ruiz-Ramos

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I’m Atenas, the designer and content creator for Mode Bespoke.

When I’m not designing patterns or creating tutorials for YouTube, I spend my time making things, reading, writing, or learning something new.

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