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Crochet Granny Square Scarf

By: Sugar'n Cream

Use granny squares to create this breezy, spring scarf in pastel colors. This free crochet scarf pattern will show you how easy it is to create! Check back for more free crochet patterns added often!

Free Crochet Scarf Pattern

Measurements:
8" X 50" [20.5 x 127 cm] without fringe.

Materials:

  • Lily® Sugar’n Cream Yarn:
    • (Solids 2.5 oz/70.9 g/Ombres 2 oz/56.7 g)
    • Main Color (MC) 2 balls
    • Contrast A 2 balls
    • Contrast B 2 balls

Size 5 mm (U.S. H or 8) crochet hook or size
needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge:
Motif = 31/2" [9 cm] square.

 

Instructions:

Motif I (make 14)
With MC, ch 4. Join with sl st to form ring.

1st rnd: Ch 3 (counts as dc). 2 dc in ring. (Ch 1.
3 dc ) 3 times in ring. Ch 1. Sl st to top of ch-3.
Fasten off.

2nd rnd: Join B with sl st to any ch-1 sp. Ch 3
(counts as dc). (2 dc. Ch 1. 3 dc) in same ch-1 sp
as last sl st. [(3 dc. Ch 1. 3 dc) in next ch-1 sp]
3 times. Sl st to top of ch-3. Fasten off.

3rd rnd: Join A with sl st to any ch-1 sp. Ch 3
(counts as dc). (2 dc. Ch 1. 3 dc) in same sp as
last sl st. 3 dc in next ch-1 sp. (3 dc. Ch 1. 3 dc)
in next ch-1 sp. Rep from twice more. 3 dc
in next ch-1 sp. Sl st in top of ch-3. Fasten off.

Motif ll (make 14)
Work as given for Motif I, substituting A for MC
in 1st rnd and MC for A in 3rd rnd, joining
motifs with sl st to corner ch and ch 1 sp in
previous motif when working 3rd rnd.

Join motifs in 2 strips with 14 motifs per strip,
alternating colors as illustrated.

Finishing: With B, sl st to any corner of Scarf.
Ch 1. Work 1 sc in each dc around, working 3 sc
in corners. Sl st into first sc. Fasten off.

Fringe: Cut 14 ins [35.5 cm] lengths of yarn
and taking 2 strands of each color tog, knot
into fringe evenly spaced across top and
bottom of Scarf. Trim fringe evenly.

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This is a great pattern. What I think is the best thing about it is the fact it is made with squares. This way if you want to make it longer or wider it is very easy to do. I was even thinking of adding tiny versions of the pattern all around the trim. I like to customize my crocheted items in some way.

Maybe for Katie

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