Thursday, December 20, 2012

Free Pattern - Thick and Quick Chain Scarf

Need a last minute gift! This baby works up in less than 30 minutes. You'll probably spend more time trying to decide what color to make it. After seeing a ton of t-shrit scarf diy's on pinterest I though I need to come up with a crochet version. So here is my take on a Chain Scarf! I love these!!! Enjoy!

Thick and Quick Chain Scarf

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Skill Level: Easy

Materials : Super Bulky Yarn #6 - Like Hometown USA (shown in Black)
or Three Strands of worsted weight yarn (like Vanna’s Choice or I Love This Yarn) 
(shown in Green)  

N - 10 mm hook, Tapestry Needle

Gauge - not required

Thick & Quick Chain Scarf

*I try to make sure the chain doesn't twist when joining but it's not entirely necessary for this pattern. 

*Be sure not to sl st to tightly because you will be working into those stitches. 

*Round 1 measures about 50 inches 

*Other options - If you want it shorter or longer just decrease or increase the amount of chains each row. I separated each row by decreasing 5 stitches. You cold even make it all the same length. Round 1 is a good length if you want to wrap your scarf/cowl around your neck twice for a different look. 

Round 1: Ch 100, join with a sl st to 1st ch, sl st in the next 4 chs
Round 2: Ch 95, join with a sl st to 1st sl st of row 1, sl st in next 4 sts 
Round 3: Ch 90, join with a sl st to 1st sl st of row 2, sl st in next 4 sts 
Round 4: Ch 85, join with a sl st to 1st sl st of row 3, sl st in next 4 sts 
Round 5: Ch 80, join with a sl st to 1st sl st of row 4, sl st in next 4 sts 
Round 6: Ch 75, join with a sl st to 1st sl st of row 5, sl st in next 4 sts 
Round 7: Ch 70, join with a sl st to 1st sl st of row 6, fasten off but leave about 12 inches for sewing.  

*Looking at the area of the 5 sl st stitches, fold round 1 to round 7 and sew together to form a tube. (see pictures below for example) Fasten off and weave in ends. 

See how easy that was! Here is another great idea! My mom made the one below with three strands of impeccable by Michaels and then added a pin to the sl st 5 area. You could easily add pins make a crochet bow or embellish it in lots of other fun ways! Be creative and have fun! 

If you make one I'd love to see! You can link up project on Raverly  (link coming soon) or just share it on my Facebook page! 



Suzy Dragnet said...

I made this with chunky green yarn and it looks quite nice.


Elisabeth Spivey said...

Fabulous! I'd love to see - Feel free to share a link to your work or post on the facebook page if you'd like :) Glad you liked it!

Suzy Dragnet said...

Here is the link to Crochetville, where I posted it:

I also included a link to the pattern on your page.


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