Snow Country Super Scarf by Kirsten Holloway

Snow Country Super Scarf

February 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
11 stitches = 4 inches
5.5 mm (I)
775 - 800 yards (709 - 732 m)
One Size
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This pattern is available for FREE on my website, (visit pattern website link above), or you can download it here on Ravelry as a printable, ad-free PDF.

This free crochet super scarf is sure to keep you, and everyone else in your home warm whatever the weather throws at you!  At just over 9 feet long, this crochet scarf can be wrapped multiple times, or even worn as a hooded scarf with some modifications. Stay warm and on trend this winter!


Materials Needed:
5.5mm (I) hook, or hook needed to obtain gauge
775-800 yards of Red Heart With Love in Pewter
yarn needle
measuring tape

Stitches Used:
sl st = slip stitch
ch= chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
FPtr = front post treble crochet
Fptr2tog = front post treble crochet 2 together

Additional Terms
-Crab Stitch (also known as the reverse single crochet). This stitch is formed as you would make a normal single crochet, but at the end, you go backward, working your next crab stitch into the previous stitch, and not the “next stitch” (ahead). If you get stuck, check out this helpful video from Moogly.
-hdc in the 3rd loop: Look at the top of the stitch, and locate the sideways “V”, bend the stitch to look at the back, and you should see another “V”. You’ll be working into the back loop of that “V”, this is called the 3rd loop. When you are working in rows, this 3rd loop will be facing you after you turn! Here is a video that explains where this is if you get stuck.

11 stitches in 4”

Approximately 9 ft. long, including fringe, by 9 in. tall

Additional Notes:
-Ch 1 at the beginning of a row is not counted as a stitch, ch 2 is counted as a stitch
-The crab stitch edging is optional, but will give the scarf a more finished, professional look. Some people may find their edge is more even when they go down a hook size or two for this step.
This scarf can be made into a hooded scarf!  When you’re done, fold your scarf in half, and sew the back edges together down about 12 inches to create a “hood”.
-If you want to adjust the length, this pattern is worked in multiples of 12+1, (plus one for the first row’s turning chain)