Slip Stitch Crazy Scarf
This is the latest pattern in my Slip Stitch crochet collection. It’s a scarf that begins at the tip with only a few stitches, & increases are made every four rows, & also uses short rows for shaping.
There are also optional directions for working “even” once you’ve reached your desired width.
It is made entirely of slip stitch crochet, & is rated intermediate - the pattern itself is quite easy, but the difficulty lays with keeping your tension nice & steady & loose.
You can use any weight or any type of yarn, but I do recommend a worsted, aran, or bulky weight yarn for best results. Use a larger than normal size crochet hook.
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