The Ingrid Scarf is a perfect balance of clean simplicity with a touch of luxurious lacy edging. It is for those of us who like a bit of this and that. Have it all with this simple to crochet scarf with a super easy but beautiful scallop edging. The scarf body is worked with alternating single and double crochet rows to keep the mind engaged, but still makes for a relaxing and fun project.
- 6.0 mm (J) hook for scarf body (gray)
- 6.5 mm (K) hook for edging (cream)
- 1 Skein Cascade 220 in Gray
- Several Yards Bernat Alpaca Natural Blends or equivalent weight yarn (Note: using the same weight yarn and same size hook for both scarf body and edging looks equally lovely too)
- Tapestry needle
- Width-Shown 5 inches wide (including edging), scarf can easily be made wider or narrower.
- Length-as long as you like
- ch: Chain
- dc: Double Crochet
- sc: Single Crochet
Instructions for Scarf Body:
Make a chain that is the desired length of your scarf, plus two more ch.
Foundation row: Work a single crochet in the 2nd ch from hook, and each ch after.
Row 1: Ch 2 and turn Work a dc in the first st and in each st across. Work a dc in the turning chain space to finish the row.
Row 2: Ch 1 and turn. Work a sc in the first st and in each st across. Work a sc in the turning chain space to finish the row.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until scarf is desired width, ending on row 2.
Instructions for Edging:
Tie on edging yarn of your choice. Chain one and turn. In the first stitch, (sc, ch 2, sc) all in the same stitch. Skip the next stitch. In the next stitch, work (sc, ch 2, sc) all in the same stitch. Repeat this sequence until you reach the end of the row. Fasten off.
Weave in any ends that remain and you're all finished!
Click below to watch a video on how to crochet the Ingrid Scarf stitch by stitch:
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