Lightweight C2C Scarf by Alexandra Richards ELK

Lightweight C2C Scarf

Crochet
September 2018
both are used in this pattern
DK (11 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
377 yards (345 m)
Teen/Woman
US
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This pattern is available from etsy.com for $4.00.

Originally, I designed this scarf for submission to a fall crochet/knit magazine. At the time, the magazine was contemplating going only knit, so I just went ahead and passed on the opportunity knowing it would be perfect to share with you guys this fall. This scarf is actually what sparked the idea for my Blessed C2C Blanket. The whole time, I thought, how cool would it be if it had the word “Thankful” or “Blessed” down one of the sides. The word was too long for it, and that’s when I went ahead with the blanket.

I knew I still wanted to make this scarf fall somehow, and that’s when I turned to Pinterest for some inspiration and came across the Falling Leaves Throw from Red Heart. I loved the idea of the leaves in different directions falling. I dug out my leaf pattern, and some fall colored yarns from my stash, and got to work.

Materials:

  • 377 Yards of Lightweight Yarn - I used Baby Bee’s Sweet Delight Yarn in the Airplane colorway (from Hobby Lobby)
  • G6/4mm Crochet Hook
  • Small Amount of Lightweight Yarn for Leaves - I used Baby Bee’s Sweet Delight Yarn in Violet, Limeade, and Baby Sage Green and Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Sport Weight Yarn in Orange, Red and Green
  • Tapestry Needle for Weaving and Sewing

Time Spent:
I worked my scarf up in a few seatings, for a total of about 9 hours.

Sized for Teen/Woman

Abbreviations:

  • DC - Double Crochet
  • TR - Treble Crochet
  • DTR - Double Treble Crochet (Explained in Pattern)
  • HDC - Half Double Crochet
  • SC - Single Crochet

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