Let’s make a scarf! This one is a super easy, beginner friendly project you can whip up in a weekend.
Yarn: fingering yarn (size 1)
Tunisian Hook: 5.5 mm
Additional materials: measuring tape, yarn needle, scissors.
|Sizing: This pattern makes 1 adult scarf that measures approximately 5 x 56” (13 x 142 cm)|
Pattern Notes .
To find the tutorial for this pattern, type this into the search bar on YouTube: October Scarf, Mode Bespoke
Yarn: I used 1 skein of Woolike Yarn, by Loops and Threads. This yarn is available at Michaels stores in the U.S. It is difficult (and expensive) to find outside of the US, so feel free to use your favorite fingering, sport or even DK yarn to crochet this pattern. Unless you plan to use a worsted weight yarn, you do not need to change your hook size for sport or DK yarns.
You can find the yarn specs for Woolike Yarn below:
678 yds. / 3.5 oz.
620 m. / 100 g.
Construction: The initial chain determines the width of the scarf. The pattern is worked as a series of 1-row repeats until you reach the desired length for your scarf. You end the pattern in a KS/SC bind-off row.
Note: If you use Woolike, you will still have some yarn left over and will be able to crochet a longer scarf than the 56 inches I crocheted. The length of your scarf is entirely up to you, so crochet a scarf in your favorite length.
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