At the end of 2015, I received a summary of our blog stats for the course of the year. Interestingly enough, I learned that my Wood Handle Handbag Pattern was one of our most popular posts last year. Great to know that I have some fellow crocheters out there!!
After seeing this scarflette in a knit version, I knew I wanted to come up with a crocheted pattern. I love how this scarf weaves into itself and doesn’t require any tying. The chunky yarn that I use is oh so soft, and whips up quickly. All it takes is about 1 hour and 1 skein of yarn!
- 109 yards, bulky yarn, weight 5. I used Loops and Threads Charisma Brand from Michaels. One skein will do 1 scarflette as noted above.
This scarflette is worked in rows in the back loops only. Chain stitches do not count towards the stitch count.
Row 1: In the 2nd Chain (ch) from the hook, half double crochet (hdc) 51, ch 5 & skip (sk) 5 stitches, hdc 13, ch 1, turn. (69)
Row 2: hdc 13 (back loops only here and throughout), ch 5 & sk 5, hdc 51, ch1, turn. (69)
Row 3: hdc 51, ch 5 & sk 5, hdc 13, ch 1, turn. (69)
Row 4 – 9: repeat rows 2 & 3 three times more. (69 each) You should now have a total of 10 chained ropes across the scarflette.
Row 10: sk the 1st stitch, and slip stitch (sl st) 50, ch 5 & sk 5, sl st 13. Tie off and weave through ends.
Weave the scarf through every other loop. The front of the scarf should have 6 rope chains and the back should have 5 for a total of 11 rope chains.
Don’t crochet but love the scarflette? I’d be happy to send you one. Just order here. Multiple colors available.