by Emily Nelson
This fun scarf is perfect year-round.
[Editor's Note: This pattern was originally published on Emily's website. She plans to take her web site down, and we're very happy to give her pattern a home here. This is a companion to the The Professional hat.]
- About 200-250 yds worsted weight yarn
- Size K/10 1/2 hook (6.5 mm)
- yarn needle (optional for weaving in ends)
13 sts = 4”
Shell: 5 dc all in same stitch
Row 1: 4 dc in 4th ch from hook, sk 4 chs, *shell in next ch, sk 4 chs; rep from * to last ch, 3 dc in last ch, turn.
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), 4 dc in first dc, work shell in 3rd dc of each shell across to last shell, 3 dc in 3rd dc of last shell, turn.
Rows 3-68: Repeat Row 2. Add or subtract rows to make the scarf longer or shorter.
Tassels: Cut 60 equal-length pieces of yarn. Separate into 6 10-piece bunches. Attach 5 bunches, evenly spaced, to each end of scarf.
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