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Crochet Sweetheart Scarf

By: Sherry Nappa from olives-n-okra.com
Updated January 29, 2018
Crochet Sweetheart Scarf
Crochet Sweetheart Scarf

"It’s almost Valentine’s Day, so I’m about due for a red scarf. I found a gorgeous red cranberry in Vanna’s Choice® yarn. It’s the perfect color for Valentine’s Day. The texture of my Crochet Sweetheart Scarf is shaped by working three basic crochet stitches — single, half double, and double crochet — in a single crochet stitch, skipping the next two stitches, then repeating the pattern. I used two skeins of yarn, but you can increase the length of the scarf by adding a third skein."

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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This crochet scarf is lovely and easy to make as the pattern only calls for a repeat of three simple stitches. Keeping the edges straight when turning is always a challenge, however persistence pays off when paying attention to turning and beginning a new row. Great pattern for beginners who may want their first project to have some style.

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