“Skinny Ripples” Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

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Free Crochet Pattern – Skinny Ripples Scarf

Skinny Ripples Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

For this weeks free crochet pattern I wanted to do something easy, fashionable, and functional. Skinny scarves are a must have accessory item, for those days when you want a little something to brighten up your outfit, but nothing too bulky.

Free Crochet Pattern - Skinny Ripples Scarf

The ripple is such a crochet classic, and by using it a fun way with some bright colors it becomes modern and chic. I’ve heard that fringe is “on trend” right now, and they just looked great with the ripple so I went with it. If you’d prefer to NOT have fringe, that is ok, of course. You’ll have a few tails to weave in but no biggie. As is, the scarf measures 6′ long (without fringe) by 2-1/2″ wide”. It can be made longer (or shorter) by chaining any multiple of 7, then adding 6 more chains on top of that. To make it a thick scarf, just keep repeating rows 2 and 3 until it’s wide enough to suit your liking.





If you want more than two colors I say go for it! Use up those little leftover bits of yarn and you’ll have an excuse to buy more. To add this pattern to your Ravelry queue and favorites, click here: Free Crochet Pattern – Skinny Ripples Scarf. As always, I love love LOVE to see pictures of your creations so please do share!

Skinny Ripples Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

“Skinny Ripples” Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern Easy Crochet PatternWorsted weight yarn

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G Hook
Approx 100 yards each color

Note: Tails are not woven in, they will become part of the fringe. The first row is worked in the back bump to give the edge a finished look. If this poses a problem for you, work into the back loop only instead.

1. W/ Color A
Ch 286 (might want to double check your count)
Sc in back bump of 2nd ch from hook
Sc in back bump of next ch
* 3 sc in back bump of next st
Sc in back bump of next 2 st
Sk 2 st
Sc in back bump of next 2 st *
Rep from * to * across
Fasten off, leaving 6″ tail.

Work in BL (back loop) only for the rest of the pattern

2. W/ Color B
Ch 1
Turn
Sc2tog in first 2 st
Sc in next st
3 sc in next st
* Sc in next 2 st
Sk 2 st
Sc in next 2 st
3 sc in next st *
Rep from * to * until 3 st remain
Sc in next st
Sc2tog in last 2 st
Fasten off, leaving 6″ tail

3. W/ Color A
Ch 1
Turn
Sc2tog in first 2 st
Sc in next st
3 sc in next st
* Sc in next 2 st
Sk 2 st
Sc in next 2 st
3 sc in next st *
Rep from * to * until 3 st remain
Sc in next st
Sc2tog in last 2 st
Fasten off, leaving 6″ tail

4. Rep row 2

5. Rep row 3

6. Rep row 2

7. Rep row 3

For a wider scarf, continue repeating rows 2 and 3 until desired width is reached

Add fringe by cutting yarn in 12-14″ strips and apply them to first and last stitches on each row with lark’s head knot. I used 4 strands for each.

Trim to even length

Rejoice because you didn’t have to weave in any tails!

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