Scrappy Skinny Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

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Free Crochet Pattern – Scrappy Skinny Scarf

Scrappy Skinny Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

Scrap busting is in full swing here at Goddess Crochet. I wouldn’t say my scraps and leftover bits are completely used up, but a dent has been made. A big enough dent to go out and treat myself to some new skeins? You betcha!

This week’s free crochet pattern is for a fun skinny scarf, great as a transitional scarf, or for those who live in climates where it only gets “a little chilly” in the winter. Use colors to suit your tastes or go color crazy as I did. Either way, you’ll be adding a unique scarf to your wardrobe.

Of course, the fringe is optional, but leaving the tails as part of the fringe means you will have no tails to weave in. Zero!




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Scrappy Skinny Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

Scrappy Skinny Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

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easy-patternWorsted Weight Yarn

Approx. 450 yards worsted weight yarn
J Hook

Measures 2″ wide by 78″ long (without fringe)

Note: Ends are not woven in, but used as part of fringe

1. Leaving 9″ tail, make slipknot
Ch 263 (or any odd #)
Sc in back bump of 2nd ch from hook
* Ch 1
Sk 1 ch
Sc in back bump of next ch *
Rep from * to * until 1 ch remains
Sc in back bump of last ch
Fasten off, leaving 9″ tail

2. Turn
Leaving 9″ tail, join new color to first sc w/ sl st
Ch 1
Sc in same st
* Ch 1
Sk sc
Sc in ch-1 sp *
Rep from * to * until 1 sc remains
Sc in last sc
Fasten off, leaving 9″ tail

3. Turn
Leaving 9″ tail, join new color to first sc w/ sl st
Ch 1
Sc in same st
* Ch 1
Sk sc
Sc in ch-1 sp *
Rep from * to * until 1 sc remains
Sc in last sc
Fasten off, leaving 9″ tail

4. Rep 2

5. Rep 3

6. Rep 2

7. Rep 3

8. Rep 2

9. Rep 3

FRINGE:
Cut twelve 18″ lengths of each color (this will make a bulky fringe, if you want a less bulky fringe, cut 6 or 8 18″ pieces and divide in half – one half for each end of the scarf)
Fold over 6 strands and attach to first sc of row with larks head knot
Repeat for other side
Trim fringe ends to even length


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