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This scarf was made for my daughter, who requested a wide scarf. It is easy to make and suitable for a beginner as it is a one row repeating pattern using the half-treble v-stitch (UK terms). This pattern can easily be adapted to whatever length and width you desire – if you want a narrower scarf then reduce the foundation chain (still a multiple of 2+2), adjust the length by working as many or as few rows as you wish.
Approx 200g-300g of double knitting yarn – I used 2 x 150g of King Cole Curiosity in shade Heather (2892). You can purchase this yarn here.
4mm hook (or as appropriate for yarn)
Needle to darn in ends
Gauge is not critical to this project.
26cm x 165cm (10inches x 64inches) excluding tassels.
UK terms are used throughout.
Htr half treble crochet
- Chain 46 (or multiple of 2 plus 2 for the foundation row).
- Row 1. [1Htr, ch1, 1Htr] in 4th chain from the hook, miss one stitch, *[1Htr, Ch1,1Htr] in next stitch*, repeat from *to* until last two chain remain, 1Htr in last stitch. Turn.
- Row 2. Ch2, miss 2 stitches, *[1Htr, Ch1, 1Htr] in next chain space between the two Htr in the row below, miss 1 stitch*, repeat from *to* until last Htr and insert Htr in the turning chain.
- Subsequent rows. Repeat row 2.
- Continue adding rows until you have reached the desired length. I completed approximately 188 rows.
- Fasten off and weave in ends.
- Add tassels if desired. I have described how to do this here.