Vintage Fall Scarf by High Desert Yarn

Vintage Fall Scarf

Crochet
August 2020
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in Moss Stitch
6.5 mm (K)
175 yards (160 m)
Teen, Adult
US
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This pattern will be available in August 2020. Please email me (hello@highdesertyarn.com) if you have any questions or would like to receive an update on release day.

The Vintage Fall Crochet Scarf is full of 1960s nostalgia from the woven quality to the simple stripe pattern, but with a modern color palette. It uses a bulky weight yarn (category 5) to work up quickly, and provide more warmth on a crisp Autumn day. It’s the perfect addition to any wardrobe!

Materials Needed
Yarn
-Paintbox Yarns Simply Chunky, bulky/category 5, (100g/3.5oz, 136m/149yds)
-You will need 4 colors total. Yardage to make the scarf (without fringe)
for each color as follows : MC = 167yds, CC1 =109yds, CC2 =48yds, CC3 =51yds
-Fringe in color of choice = 22yds
-Substitutes : Any other bulky (category 5) yarn will work. If changing the yarn, be sure to check gauge.
Crochet Hook
-K/10.5 (6.50mm) or correct hook to meet gauge
Scissors 
Tapestry Needle

Gauge Notes
8 STS (in the Moss Stitch) x 14 Rows = 4” square

Create gauge using the Moss Stitch. Follow the pattern below.

Chain 16

Row 1 : SC in 2nd CH from the hook. Skip next CH. CH 1. SC in next CH. Repeat until end of CH. Turn. (8 SC STS)

Row 2 : CH 1. SC in the 1st ST. SC in the next CH SP. CH 1. Skip next ST. Repeat until 1 CH SP and 1 SC ST remain. SC in the last CH SP. SC in the last SC ST. Turn. (9 SC STS)

Row 3 : CH 1. SC in the 1st ST. CH 1. Skip next ST. SC in next CH SP. Repeat until end of the row. Turn. (8 SC STS)

Repeat Rows 2-3 until your gauge measures 4” long.
 
Gauge is measured BEFORE blocking.

Finished Size

7” width & 65” long (without fringe)

Experience Level = Beginner.
You will need to have an understanding of the Single Crochet and Double Crochet before starting.

A free pattern for this scarf can be found on the Underground Crafter Blog. Click here to get the free pattern.