I made a color block scarf for my husband and ended up loving the colors! There’s something about the deep chocolate paired with the warm tan and pumpkin colors that is really appealing to me. I half hoped he wouldn’t like the scarf I made him so I could keep it… but since he approved, I had to make myself something! I wanted to makes something a little different than the one I made him (I didn’t want to match TOO much) so I decided to try out a circle scarf!
This was my first attempt at making up my own circle scarf pattern so I stuck with a simple double crochet stitch. I really love the way it came out! It’s a very long scarf, perfect for two loose wraps or three cozy ones to keep your neck nice and toasty. I hope you love it as much as I do!
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Want to make your own? Here’s how…
- Approximately 600 yds of medium/worsted weight yarn (I used approximately 200 yards each of Caron Simply Soft Yarn in autumn maize, pumpkin and chocolate)
- 5 mm crochet hook (or hook size recommended for the yarn of your choice) – I love my Clover Amour Crochet Hooks
- Yarn needle to weave in ends (I use these Susan Bates Bent Tip Needles)
Pattern written in US terms
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
ch 25 (or more/less to get your desired width)
dc in all the chain stitches
*ch 2, dc in each stitch*
repeat the * section to your desired length, changing rows to create your desired blocks of color
(I completed 240 rows, changing colors every 80 rows)
Join your scarf into a circle using the whip stitch and sew in your ends.