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Squishy Ribbed Scarf

by on October 21, 2014

Welcome to another Tutorial Tuesday! Today, we’re making another wonderful crochet scarf for the Red Scarf Project! Other Red Scarf Project patterns can be found here.

Why are we making red scarves? Every year, Trillium Health (formerly AIDS Care Rochester) collects handmade red scarves to sell on World AIDS Day. Funds from the sale of these scarves help fund Trillium Health’s AIDS/HIV programs. Dan’s Crafts & Things is proud to support Trillium Health’s Red Scarf Project by being a collection site for red scarves.

How can you help? Make a red scarf (any shade of red, not just bright red); any craft is welcome – knitting, loom knitting, crocheting, sewing, weaving, etc. Bring your handmade red scarf to Dan’s Crafts & Things for collection by Monday, November 24th.

 

Squishy Ribbed Scarf

Finished size: 70” x 4”

Gauge: Gauge does not matter for this project

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You need:

  • Bernat Super Value, 1 skein (7 oz/426 yds) – Berry
  • I9 (5.5mm) crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

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Foundation Single Crochet (fsc) – Ch 2, sc in first ch.

 

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*Insert hook through bottom loop of sc.

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Yo, pull up loop, yo, pull through both loops on hook. Repeat from *

To start scarf, fsc 250, or until desired length. Ch 1, turn.

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Single Crochet in Back Loop Only (sc blo) – Insert hook through back loop of sc. Yo, pull up loop, yo, pull through both loops on hook.

Sc blo across. Ch 1, turn.

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After a few rows, the thick, squishy rib pattern becomes apparent. Repeat the pattern row for 16 rows or until scarf is desired width.

 

Finish off and weave in ends.

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Finished!

Thanks to Rebecca for being my awesome hand model this week.

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