Your Own Classic Crochet Scarf using a Granny Stitch
Step into the world of stylish crochet with this classic yet highly fashionable scarf. Witness the revival of the Granny stitch, a timeless technique now showcased on streets, catwalks, and glossy pages of fashion magazines. Be a part of this trend by crafting your own stylish accessory with ease and flair.
Design Your Unique Crochet Scarf
This straightforward crochet scarf project is not just a style statement, but also a warm embrace, thanks to its wool composition. While a single colour exudes classic elegance, feel free to experiment with various hues or alternate colours for each row for a vibrant twist. Personalize your scarf’s length and width as desired, with clear instructions provided in the printable pattern.
Beginner-Friendly Crochet Pattern
Effortlessly craft your chic scarf with this beginner-friendly pattern that promises a quick and satisfying project completion. Below you will find the free pattern, but you can enhance your crafting experience with a comprehensive, photo-inclusive printable PDF, available in both US and NL terms for global crochet enthusiasts.
This pattern is available as a PDF
Experience the Comfort of Hobbii WoolPower
Indulge in the luxurious feel of Hobbii WoolPower yarn, known for its incredible thickness and softness. Enjoy the ease of working with single-stranded, 100% wool yarn, assuring you unmatched warmth. Take comfort in the yarn’s OEKO-TEX® certification (no. 1976-294), a testament to its quality and safety. Explore the array of available colours to find your perfect match for crafting this elegant crochet scarf.
|Ch22, make 1sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in each ch till end of row, turn. (21)
|Ch1, 1sc in each sc till end, turn. (21)
|Ch4 (counts as dc+ch1), [sk1, 1dc in next 3sc, ch1] 5x, turn.
|Ch3 (together with the ch1 of the previous row this counts as dc+ch1 here and throughout), [(3dc, ch1) in next ch1-sp] 5x.
|Ch1, (1sc in next 3dc, 1sc in ch-1sp) 5x, 1sc in top of ch3, turn.
|Ch1, 1sc in each sc, fasten off and weave in ends.
You’ve just made a classic but timeless scarf! Please follow me on Instagram and share a photo of your work using #classicgrannyscarf and #knotsosquare
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