Big Rib Scarf

Nov 25, 2013
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Author

Tamara Kelly

Introduction

The Big Rib Scarf pattern is one of my new favorites for so many reasons. It’s super fast to make, it’s simple enough for beginners, it’s easily customized, completely unisex, and the end result is super chunky and warm!

The Big Rib Scarf is made using 2 strands of worsted weight yarn held together - or you could try it with one strand of super bulky! Either way will work, but the fun of using 2 strands of worsted is mixing and matching the colors. For this scarf I used 2 different colorways of Lion Brand Heartland. This created a tweedy jewel toned scarf and I just love the look!

Big Rib Scarf :: free #crochet pattern, easy enough for beginners!

 

Beyond the colors, you can also customize how you wear it. There are instructions for a big button hole, so you can dress it up (or down) with your favorite button. Move the button hole around and get a whole new look! Or leave it off and tie it, or use a shawl pin - it's up to you!

Big Rib Scarf :: free #crochet pattern, easy enough for beginners!

Materials List

  • US - M/N 13, 9.0 mm hook
  • 500 yds Worsted or Aran weight yarn (Lion Brand Heartland shown, 1 skein each of Glacier Bay and Olympic)
  • 2″ button (optional)

Finished Size

44″ long x 10″ wide

Gauge

7 sts x 5 rows = 4″ in pattern

Notes

2 strands of worsted or aran weight yarn are held together - about 250 yds of each.

The Pattern

For full pattern instructions, please visit Moogly's Big Rib Scarf pattern page! Thanks so much and have a great day!


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