Super Chunky Super Warm Scarf by Dianne Hunt

Super Chunky Super Warm Scarf

Crochet
October 2015
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 2.5 rows = 2 inches
10.0 mm (N/P)
190 - 194 yards (174 - 177 m)
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The Super Chunky Super Warm Scarf is just that, super chunky and super warm. When I finished the scarf and tried it on, I felt like as if I was getting the warmest and softest of hugs where I felt comfort. Surprisingly enough, it’s not heavy. This is due to using a bigger hook creating more open stitches that makes the piece more pliable and with more drape.

Yarn: Red Heart Mixology Yarn - Calypso Print, #6 Super Bulky, Jade (Solid), Calypso Swirl. 194 yards total for finishes scarf.

Hook: 11.5mm/P, or hook to obtain gauge. The hook I have says 11.5, not 10 but it is listed as a P as well.

Size: 64” x 9.5”. To make scarf shorter or longer, chain a multiple of 10 plus 2.

Gauge: 5dc = 3”; 3 dc rows = 3”

Stitch Abbreviation: ch – chain; sk – skip; st(s) – stitches; sp – space; dc – double crochet;

Experience Level: Easy

Special Pattern Notes: Ch3 counts as a double crochet. Join new yarn either at the end of a row, or when one skein runs out. The difference in yards of the the 3 yarns, creates a piece that is asymmetrical in color changes and unique. I joined my new yarn when the previous skein ran out, which was in the middle of a row.

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