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For this project you’ll need:
HOOK: 3.50 mm hook or size E hook for the US. Also you will need a 4.50 mm or 5mm size H hook just to make the beginning chain to ensure it’s not to tight.
YARN: 2 skeins of Light Worsted 3 ply US, 8 ply AU
100 grams / 3.5. oz
240 meters / 262 yards
This stitch is done in multiples of 6 + 2
ch = Chain
sl st = Slip Stitch
st = Stitch
beg = beginning
sc = Single Crochet
TRC = Triple Crochet
*( )* = Repeat what is in the brackets til end of row
The patterns I get asked for most often are crochet scarf patterns. Here are 5 really cute ones because you just never have enough scarves!
Pineapple Scarf Pattern
This is a really pretty pattern for a stylish scarf. The best part is that it can be made up in only 2 hours. Makes a really nice last minute gift. Why not make one for the kid’s teacher?
Piccolo Scarf Pattern
This is a really pretty scarf crocheted in cotton thread. Very elegant for the evening or any dressy occasion.
Mile-a-Minute Scarf Pattern
This is a very easy, beginner friendly scarf pattern that works up very fast. Make a bunch up in all different colors and you will always have a scarf to suit your mood.
Button Spiderweb Scarf Pattern
A very stylish scarf pattern that gives you warmth without bulk. Very easy and makes up fast.
This is a really unique scarf pattern. Worked sideways. Just 3 long rows and you are done!
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I love this pattern for so many reasons. It is very sumptuous looking, it is unique and it helps the environment. I am planning on making these bath mats as gifts for the holidays this year. A knitted bathmat, face cloth or poof and a hand knit towel. The whole spa package will only cost me money when my stash of rags are used up and then it will only cost me a minimal amount as I will be purchasing recycled goods at a second hand store. Everyone on my list will love it and I will save money and the earth! Gotta like that!
This is a really fun and different project… you will get lots of comments if you bring this knitting to a meeting! But I especially love the texture this bathmat adds to a bathroom.
You need to know how to knit, purl and cable.
Approximately 18″ wide and desired length. The sample is 36” long for a bathtub, it can be shorter for a smaller shower.
Sample used two pre-washed twin size sheets ripped into 1 ½” strips and connected as per the rag knitting tutorial on cocoknits.com.
# 19 needles.
Using # 19 needles over moss st, approximately 1 st per inch.
CO – cast on
BO – bind off
st(s) – stitch(es)
c4b – cable 4 sts behind. Slip next 4 sts onto cable needle (in this case I used a chopstick) and hold at the back of your work. Knit 4 sts, then knit 4 from cable needle.
CO 26 sts.
Row 1, 3, 7 (RS): [k1, p1] four times, p1, k8, p1, [p1, k1] four times.
Row 2 and all WS rows: [k1, p1] four times, k1, p8, k1, [p1, k1] four times.
Row 5: [k1, p1] four times, p1, c4b, p1, [p1, k1] four times.
Repeat these 8 rows until you reach the desired length. BO on a row 1 of pattern.
add fringe by cutting rag “yarn” into 4″ long pieces and attaching to either edge as follows
Click Here For a tutorial on how to prepare your rag yarn.
My Tip: If you want to make this bath mat non-skid just hand stitch a few recycled rubber bands onto the back of it. They will grip the floor and keep the bath mat from sliding.
As a beginner it is sometimes hard to find great patterns. Here are 5 super easy crochet scarf patterns that the first-time crocheter can make up fast or the experienced crocheter can use for really fast projects to give as gifts or just for fun.
Because it is made from Super Bulky weight yarn this one whips up quick! It is crocheted sideways so there are only a few rows and it is done.
This scarf is unique in that the fringe is done as you go and is part of the pattern. Very clever but VERY easy too!
This scarf is great for beginners who scrounge bits of yarn to practice with. With this pattern you end up with a great looking scarf. Also great for using up all that scrap yarn you have laying around.
Tired of crocheting the same old scarves? Here is a beginner pattern with a bit of interest to it. The pretty ruffled scarf pattern will give you something a bit different to work on while you are honing your crochet skills.
Okay.. I just had to include this scarf pattern because it is just so cool. This Piano Key Scarf is an easy pattern that will be sure to get many comments.
I hope you enjoy these easy beginner crochet scarf patterns. If you have any patterns to share or would just like a place to post your finished project be sure to leave us a comment! We love to help new crocheter along so feel free to ask questions too.