I ran across a crochet pattern that I really liked, used a different yarn than what the pattern called for, tweaked it a little, and I’m quite happy with the results. I love the texture that is created with a combination of front and back crossed double crochet stitches. Sound hard? Not really, once you understand the stitch and get going with it. The pattern is worked lengthwise so this scarf can be made whatever length and width you’d like. For a longer scarf start with more foundation chain stitches, and for a shorter scarf use less. For a wider scarf add more rows in the pattern repeat.
I use this Ribbed Alpaca Scarf pattern over and over with all weights of yarn, from laceweight to bulky. It’s a very easy one row scarf, suitable for beginners. This simple and free crochet pattern uses chain stitch and half double crochet stitches, and includes crocheting in the back loop of each single crochet stitch. … Read more