Scarf by Suzanne Resaul


November 2012
Aran (8 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 17 rows = 4 inches
in granite stitch
6.5 mm (K)
7" x 6'
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

A super fast scarf of which I made several for a local charity.

This scarf is made in what I believe is called Granite Stitch, or Linen Stitch, worked flat, back and forth along the length. I first learned this stitch making the Calm Cowl by Suzana Davidovic

Requires approx. 400m of aran yarn, machine washable/dryable in this case.

I also made one of these with 1 ball (198g/333m) of Red Heart Super Saver and using it all up, it came out 6” wide.

This pattern has not been tested. This is just a quick note of what I did to make my scarves. If you find any mistakes, please let me know.


I love Ravelry! Since I posted this pattern, I have also seen these similar free patterns on Ravelry. So if my pattern makes no sense to you, have a look at these. They all seem very well written to me.

Love Scarf by Annette Petavy
- great striping and instructions for a fringe.

Verticle Stripe Crochet Scarf by Allen Williams
- another great colour combo with fringe.

Faux woven scarf by Karinv Karin
- great notes and tips.

Silky Soft Scarf by Samantha Stopple
- stashbuster, all worked from one side.

And there are probably more, sorry if I missed them, these are the ones I have seen. :)

For working in the back bump of the foundation chain, here is a great video tutorial from 10HoursorLess: CROCHET HOW-TO: Back Bump Behind the Chain

Oct 2020 Update:
I’m changing the name on here from “Men’s Scarf” to just “Scarf”. At the time, the place we were making these for wanted “dark neutral colours for men” but now I am removing the gender label from the Ravelry pattern page, and hopefully from the pdf as well, if I can figure out how to do that.