FREE Pattern – Chain Scarf Pattern
While there are many of these chain scarf patterns floating around, I created this one specifically with beginner crocheters in mind. When giving lessons, I always start with some homework that the crocheter can finish within a week, have a cute project when finished, but simple enough they can follow on their own.
Chain Scarf patterns are perfect for practicing chaining and tension! The assembly of this scarf is so simple, which is why I wrote my own. I didn’t want the assembly of the scarf to discourage my students after their first lesson! I hope you enjoy this pattern. Pass the links along to others who might enjoy it as well!
I wore mine to work today, and I’ve received numerous compliments on it! ♥
Chain Scarf Pattern
Level: Beginner/ Easy
Any yarn you desire (not a lot is needed – I used Red Heart with Love: Fruit Punch)
Any hook size you desire (I used an I Hook).
ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
NOTE: You may join each chain length into a loop with a sl st and fasten off afterwards, but for beginners, fastening off each loop and tying into a loop afterwards is the easiest method. 🙂
Ch 2 lengths of 100 ch each, fasten off each ch before starting next one.
Ch 2 lengths of 112 ch each, fasten off each ch before starting next one.
Ch 2 lengths of 125 ch each, fasten off each ch before starting next one.
Ch 2 lengths of 137 ch each, fasten off each ch before starting next one.
Ch 2 lengths of 150 ch each, fasten off each ch before starting next one.
Ch 2 lengths of 162 ch each, fasten off each ch before starting next one.
Ch 2 lengths of 175 each (this group is optional), fasten off each ch before starting next one.
You should have 12-14 ch lengths. You may do more or less chain lengths if you desire.
Row 1: In 2nd chain from the hook, sc, sc in each ch across. Chain 1, turn your work (10 sc).
Rows 2-11: Sc in each st across, ch 1, turn (10 sc).
Row 12: Sc in each st across, fasten off.
Step 1: Taking each ch length you made, tie the ends together, forming a loop. Cut the ends so that they are short enough to be hidden in the rectangle, once the rectangle is folded around them (Do not cut them really short as this might cause the knot to become undone).
Step 2: With yarn and needle, add a decorative button to the middle of your rectangle.
Step 3: Lay all your chains on the rectangle so that all your knotted ends of your chains will end up in the rectangle when you’re done. Try to order your chains so your chains line up shortest to longest. If you have a hard time with this, your project will still look fine if you don’t do it.
Step 4: With matching yarn and a needle, sew your rectangle closed.
Sew the bottoms of your rectangle tight around your yarn to prevent the chain lengths from moving around.
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