This scarf was inspired by a trip to Rome, and you’ll want to say ciao right away. It’s soft and elegant, just the beautiful addition your closet’s been missing.
You’ll work this scarf flat, back and forth until you reach the size you want. Since it’s a super scarf, you’ll want to reach supersize. It also calls for a super bulky weight of yarn so you can really get that thick texture.
This scarf is super simple to make and looks great with just about any outfit that needs an extra touch. It’s also long and wide enough that you can wear it many ways. Try it draped over both your shoulders, wrapped under a coat, or keeping you warm on top of a matching t-shirt.
All your other scarves can move over, because this is a super scarf, and it’s here to stay.
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Super Scarf Crochet Pattern
Yarn – 6 skeins of Red Heart Stellar, super bulky weight #6 (24oz/ 480 yds total)
Materials- K-hook/ 10.5mm, scissors, yarn needle
Difficulty – Easy
Flat Measurement – 11″ W x 123″ L
Gauge – 5″ = 3 block stitches, 3 rows
Stitch Guide in American Terms:
Sc – single crochet
Dc – double crochet
Notes: This piece is worked flat, back and forth in rows from the bottom up. Turning chain counts as a stitch. Row 2 is worked into the stitches of the previous row. With the exception of the last dc in Row 3, all other dcs are worked into the spaces created by the chains- NOT into the chain links. Multiples are 4 + 3. THE VIDEO below is the ACTUAL instruction for this scarf!
Row 1: Starting in the 3rd chain from the hook, dc across – 30 dc
Row 2: Chain 1, turn, sc in the same as the turning chain, [chain 3, skip 4 dcs from the previous row, sc in the next space between the dcs of the previous row] repeat across 6 times, chain 3, sc in the last stitch – total 9 sc, 7 chain-3 spaces.
Row 3: Chain 3, turn, 4 dc in each chain-3 space across, dc in the last stitch- 30 dc.
Row 4: Chain 1, turn, sc in the same as the turning chain, [chain 3, skip 4 dcs, sc in the next space (between the stitches)] repeat across 6 times, chain 3, sc in the last stitch – total 9 sc, 7 chain-3 spaces.
Rows 5-146: Repeat rows 3 and 4.
Row 147: Repeat row 3.
Row 148: Dc in each across – 30 dc.
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
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If you wore your new scarf on an outing, we want to see those pictures. We love to see people enjoying their finished products, and if you want to show them off, we want to see them. And now that you’ve got your super scarf, it’s time to create something else. You’ve already gone big – try this mini wrap on for size.