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Candy Cane Christmas Scarf Pattern

Candy Cane Christmas Scarf Pattern

Every kid will love this Candy Candy Christmas Scarf Pattern, so be sure to make a couple this holiday season. If you love free crochet scarf patterns, then this is a holiday treat you just have to try. The adorable snowflakes and alternating colors make this one of the most precious scarf crochet patterns you'll ever find. This is a great accessory for kids to wear during the Christmas season, but it's versatile enough to be worn when January comes, too. Best of all, this pattern only requires two skeins of yarn.

Primary TechniqueCrochet

Easy

SeasonWinter

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Materials:

  • RED HEART With Love: 1 skein each 1090 Holly Berry, 1001 White
  • Crochet Hook: 4.0mm (US F-5), 5.0mm (US H-8) crochet hook or size needed for gauge

 

Gauge:  4 rows – 3”
               6 dc – 1 ¾”   
               Snowflake measures – 2 ¼” x 2 ¼”

Scarf Measures:  6 ½” x 45 ½”

 


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Instructions:
Scarf
Row 1 (RS):  With H hook and holly berry ch 26, 3 dc in 6th ch from hook, [skip 2 chs, 3 dc in next ch] across ending skip 1 ch, dc in last ch, turn.
Rows 2: Ch 3, [(dc, ch 1, dc) in center dc of 3 dc] across, dc in last dc, turn.
Rows 3: Ch 3, [3 dc in each ch 1 space across], dc in last dc, turn.
Rows 4 – 14: Continue pattern repeating Rows 2 and 3, fasten off after last row and turn.
Rows 15 – 24: Join white in first stitch, ch 2, continue pattern repeating Rows 3 and 2, fasten off after last row and turn.
Rows 25 – 38: Join holly berry in first stitch, ch 2, continue pattern repeating Rows 3 and 2, fasten off after last row and turn.
Rows 39 – 48: Join white in first stitch, ch 2, continue pattern repeating Rows 3 and 2, fasten off after last row and turn.
Rows 49 – 63: Join holly berry in first stitch, ch 2, continue pattern repeating Row 3 and 2, turn after last row.

Top Edging: With wrong side facing ch 1, sc in first stitch, [ch 3, skip 3 dc, sc in space before next dc] across ending ch 3, sc in last dc and fasten of.
Bottom Eding: With wrong side facing join holly berry in first stitch sc in same stitch, [ch 3, sc in ch 2 space] across ending ch 3, sc in last stitch and fasten off.

Snowflake (Make 4)
With F hook and white ch 5, sl st to first ch to form loop.
Round 1: ch 1, sc into loop, (ch 3, sc into loop) 5 times, ch 3, sl st into first sc.  (6 loops made)
Round 2:  Sl st into first loop, (picot, sl st into loop, ch 5, sl st into next loop) 5 times, picot, sl st into loop and fasten off.  (6 picots and 6 ch 5 loops)

With right side facing sew snowflakes on scarf.

 


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