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Free Pattern Friday: Midnight Scarf Crochet Pattern

November 30, 2018 2 min read

Before You Get Started

Anyone out there new to crochet? This is a great beginner pattern for you! Our friend Julia (follow her @juliarayesdesignco) designed this simple design that is full of texture and perfect for cold days. 

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Craft: Crochet
Skill Level: Easy/Beginner
Materials:

3 Skeins of Variegated Thick and Thin Wool Yarn
Hook: Size N (9mm)
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Pattern Notes:

This pattern is crocheted in the round. It was designed with the beginner in mind and made to be a quick project!

Abbreviations: 

Sc - single crochet
Ch - chain
Sl - slip stitch
Sk - skip stitch

Gauge:

8 sc x 6 rows = 4" x 4"

Finished Dimensions: 

7 inches wide by 18 inches long (36" circumference)

Instructions:

Ch 70, sl to join.Ch 2.
Row 1: Sc around, 70. Join, ch 2.
Row 2: *Sk first sc in last row, sc, ch 1. Repeat from * until end of row. Should end with sc in last stitch. Join, ch 2.
Repeat row 1 & 2 six more times.
Row 15: Sc around, 70. Join, fasten off. Weave in ends.

Note from the designer: 

This pattern was made for simplicity and something fun to wear in the fall in Texas heat (where I live). I love dressing up for cooler weather and throwing together an outfit, but sadly this doesn't happen often. My love for crochet began with making scarves. They were simple and there were many different variations out there, but the chunky, double wrapped scarves are a little too much for most days in Texas. With a loose fit and only one loop, this scarf can be worn on days when all you feel is a slight breeze before the sun hits again.