Super Easy Crochet Scarf (made in under 2 hours)
Super Easy Scarf to Crochet in 2 hours!
I had a leftover skein of white baby clouds yarn from the blanket that I made for Mr. Quinn’s toddler bed staring at me from the yarn basket so I decided to make a scarf. The hook I used was the same size as his blanket, a N or 10.00 mm.
From start to finish it took me 2 hours! It was easy enough to do, and now I think I’m going to make a couple for Christmas gifts. Maybe. Probably not. But it's an idea! We're going to be super busy until Christmas and beyond, as our kids are traveling out of state for the holidays.
Back to the scarf, you need about 140 yards of loopy or super bulky yarn. (that was one skein)
Start by making a chain as long as you want the scarf. Mine ended up being about 6 feet long. Make sure your chain ends on an odd number.
After making the chain, crochet 2 chain stitches (ch) and turn and double crochet (dc) in 4th chain stitch from the hook. chain 1, then skip one chain stitch and dc in the next chain stitch. Repeat repeat repeat
Row 1: ch 2, dc in third ch from hook, (ch 1, skip 1 ch, dc in next ch) across to the end.
Row 2: turn, ch 2, dc in first ch, (ch 1, skip 1 ch, dc in next ch) across to the end.
I repeated row 2 six times and my finished scarf is taller than me (about 71 inches long) and about 6 inches wide. I'll be wearing it tomorrow to the Christmas party for sure! Unless the weather warms up as forecasted.