Winter Sunrise Scarf

Nov 9, 2012
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Author

Tamara Kelly

Introduction

This scarf is light, beautiful, and the perfect accessory for a chilly day. What could be cheerier at this dark and windy time of year? It’s great for holiday gift giving, and works up in a flash.

The finished crochet scarf pattern as written is about 6 inches wide and about 6 feet long, but as it’s a scarf, gauge isn’t terribly important – just work the pattern with the hook and yarn that give you the result you like.

To make it with just one skein of yarn, stop the first half when you’re not quite halfway through the skein, then make the second half, leaving enough to work the sc edging.

Materials List

  • US – J, 6 mm hook
  • 365 yds worsted weight yarn (Caron Simply Soft Sunshine shown)

 

Finished Size

About 6 inches wide and about 6 feet long.

Gauge

Rows 1-4 = approximately 5.5″ wide and 2.75″ long

Notes

Special Stitches: Click here for a Video Tutorial!
HCL – Half Cluster = [Yo, insert hook in st, yo, pull up loop loosely] twice (5 loops on hook). Yo, pull through 4 loops, yo, pull through last 2 loops.

FCL – Full Cluster = [Yo, insert hook in st, yo, pull up loop loosely] twice (5 loops on hook). In next st indicated [yo, insert hook in st, yo, pull up loosely] twice (9 loops on hook). Yo, pull through 8 loops, yo, pull through last 2 loops.

The Pattern

For full pattern instructions, please visit moogly's Winter Sunrise Scarf pattern!


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