The Surreybelle Scarf
The scarf is 5 shells wide, to get a wider scarf just chain 3 extra chains per shell for width when working your beginning/foundation chain. A larger hook size such as a K will give a gorgeous drape. Enjoy!
Work a chain as wide as you want the scarf to be, skipping 3 ch sps between each stitch sequence. The stitch sequence is 2dc, ch2, sc in the same space. Turn after every row and work again (2dc, ch2, sc) in the ch2 spaces from the previous row. Make as wide as you wish. Enjoy
I make this sweet little scarf for winter charities. It works up in about 2 hours or less and is beautiful. Worked in a solid color yarn, the pattern stitch really shows up, and is hard to tell it is crocheted. The pattern is written so that the edges slightly scallop as you go, so it looks as if it has trim, but it doesn’t. Super quick. Enjoy!