I love this scarf! It is such a fun summer accessory - very lightweight, and can be worn with nearly anything! It is a fun, fast project - much easier than it looks - that I am sure I will be making more of!
I wanted my scarf to be a bit shorter than an average scarf, so I only chain 165. But you can easily make it longer/shorter - whatever length you desire! Just make sure you chain an odd number, and you'll be good to go! (I have not included stitch counts at the end of each row for this reason)
Here's the pattern:
100-200 yards worsted weight yarn (depending on how long you make it)
I (5.5mm) crochet hook
1. Chain an odd number, dc into 3rd chain from hook, dc in next, (ch 1, dc in next 2) across.
2. Ch 2, turn. Dc in each dc and ch-1 space across.
3. Dc in each stitch across.
Fasten off, weave in ends.
(You might have to shape the scarf a bit with your fingers to get the spirals)
Feel free to make and donate as many of these fun scarves as you like, I just ask that if you sell the finished product online, you give credit to my blog. Thanks!
Enjoy the pattern! I would love to see pictures if you make this scarf!
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