Swanky Days Scarf Crochet Patterns
Last week I shared the Swanky Days Cowl and I told you I had made a similar scarf too. This week I’m sharing that scarf and hope you like it. It all started a couple of weeks ago, when I had a little time off and was staring at two skeins of Red Heart Swanky yarn which had been occupying my stash for a bit. I wanted to make something for myself but couldn’t decide what. In the end I made both a scarf and triangle cowl.
Both pieces are worked in treble crochet and chains with a larger hook for an open airy feel and they work up lickety split! I love that these are one skein projects too. The yarn was fun to work with and has a nice drape and just a little bit of sparkle with little mirrored specks throughout. The scarf looks great worn in many different ways and looks!
Enjoy both patterns and be sure to add them to your Ravelry favorites for easy access later on.
Swanky Days Scarf!
Infinity Scarf approximately 8” x 68”
- Worsted Weight yarn 202 yards, samples made with Red Heart Boutique Swanky
- Hook J/6.00 mm
- Yarn needle for weaving ends
Gauge: Not important for this project
ch – chain
hdc – half double crochet
sc – single crochet
sl st(s) – slip stitch(es)
tr – treble crochet
st(s) – stitch(es)
- Weave ends as you work
- Number in ( ) at end of round indicates the number of stitches in that round
- Work instructions in [ ] or between *, the designated number of times
Row 1: Ch 35, tr in 7th ch from hook (the skipped sts count as a tr and a ch 2), *ch 1, skip 1, tr in next ch*; repeat between * to end. (15 ch1 openings)
Row 2: Ch 5 (counts as tr and ch1 here and throughout), tr in next tr, *ch1, tr in next tr*; repeat between * to end.
Repeat Rows 2 until scarf is desired length or you have approximately 1 yard of yarn left.
Joining Row: Match up sts on two open scarf ends, sl st across both rows to join. Fasten off.
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