Skinny Minny Scarf by Marie Segares

Skinny Minny Scarf

May 2016
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
see notes below
15.0 mm (P/Q)
90 - 102 yards (82 - 93 m)
Adult. 3.5” (9 cm) wide x 59.5” (151 cm) long.
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This long and skinny accent scarf adds some color to your outfit with the added benefit of providing protection against the wind.

If you haven’t yet tried double-ended crochet (sometimes called double-ended Tunisian crochet, crochet on the double, or crochenit, or cro-hook/croknit by Ravelry), you will be surprised to see how easy it is.

With double-ended crochet, you use a double-ended crochet hook and two yarns to create reversible projects that highlight a different yarn on each side. Experiment with double-ended crochet by using two different yarn weights. This pattern includes a video tutorial for the basic stitch used (which is a double-ended version of the Tunisian simple stitch).

This pattern is available for FREE on my blog by following the link below.

The free version is supported by advertising on my website. The downloadable pdf for sale on Ravelry includes includes the full pattern in one printable file without advertisements.

Skills Used
Basic crochet stitch: chain
Crocheting in rows
Special stitch pattern: Tss, double-ended crochet (explanations provided in pattern and video tutorial)

Skill Level

Finished Size
Adult. 3.5” (9 cm) wide x 59.5” (151 cm) long.

Red Heart Grande (76% acrylic/22% wool, 5.29 oz/150 g/46 yd/42 m) – 1 skein in Nectar (CA), or approximately 46 yd (42 m) in any super bulky weight yarn.

Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable (100% acrylic, 3.5 oz/100 g/280 yd/256 m) – 1 skein in Springtime (CB), or approximately 56 yd (51 m) in any medium weight yarn.

US Size Q/16 mm double-ended crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge.

Yarn needle.

8 sts in pattern = 3.5” (9 cm) wide. Exact gauge is not critical for this project.

This pattern was originally published in February, 2016 on Cheap Eats & Thrifty Crafts.