A stunning scarf worked in double crochet stitch
used in two different ways.
Choose any smooth yarn, any size
hook, make a tension sample, measure it, and then follow directions.
Width and length are up to you.
The pictured scarf is made using
thick yarn and a huge hook, because I wanted to finish the whole
project in one night. I also like the dramatic effect of the big
I recently made the same scarf in
fine cashmere yarn as a short necklace scarf. It would also make a
Use any yarn and any hook that is
comfortable to use with the yarn you have chosen.
I have no idea how much yarn you
will need as the size of the scarf is your choice. As some sort of
guide, the yarn used for the scarf in the picture is about a 12 ply,
half again as thick as an 8ply or DK thickness, and an 8mm hook. You
could use two fine yarns together to get weight and bulk. The scarf
pictured measured 122 cms or 48 ins, before I added the spiral
curls. I used six 50 gram balls of yarn. The metres or yardage are
too variable to state.
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