Easy Ribbed Scarf Pattern by Crochet For You.
Just thought to share my latest crochet project as this week’s free pattern. I made this Easy Ribbed Scarf as a gift for an uncle. I hope he will love it.
As you can see in this pattern, the Easy Ribbed Scarf looks more fabulous with variegated yarns that color changes shortly. It’s a simple pattern crocheting in back loop of each single crochet stitches. Anyway, this scarf is not only for men. The pattern will perfectly match for women as well.
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More about the pattern
You can make this scarf with your favorite #4-Medium or Worsted weight yarn, solid or variegated yarn. I selected a larger hook J-10, 6mm for the loose and stretchy stitches. Start with any number of stitches you want and finish after the width you want to get. Also, you can add fringes. It’s your choice.
Skill Level Easy
Finished size: 55″ long x 5″ wide without fringe.
- #4-Medium / Worsted weight yarn. (Approx: 220 yards)
- J-10, 6mm crochet hook
- Tapestry needle for weaving ends.
Gauge: Gauge is not very important for this pattern.
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- st(s) = stitch(s)
- BLO = Back Loop Only
- beg = beginning
- * to ; = repeat * to the instructions.
Note: beg ch does not count as a st.
Easy Ribbed Scarf Pattern
ch 176+1 (or any number of stitch + 1)
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from the hook, sc in each st across, turn. (176 sts total)
Row 2: working in BLO, ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. (176 sts total)
Row 3 to 18: repeat row 2. Fasten off and weave the ends. For the fringe, I cut 10″ yarn pieces to make about 5″ long fringe.
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