Wednesday, October 5

Seashells Scarf to crochet

When my friend Chris saw this scarf she said it looks like seashells. It does, and it's a perfect name for this scarf.

Crochet this fun and curvy scarf of alternating seashells in one color, variegated yarn, yarn with long color runs, or alternate 2 colors. It is a very easy scarf to crochet.

No short rows involved and no blocking required!

The pattern contains both written instructions and a crochet symbol chart. My scarf measured 5” wide x 63” long. I used about 300 yards of Joanns Sensations Breeze yarn and a size H (5 mm) crochet hook. This is a light worsted or DK weight yarn.

Don't have any of this yarn? Don't worry. You can use any yarn you have in your stash just by changing the hook size to suit your yarn. Remember, you want a drapey, not stiff fabric so you may want to go up a hook size or two. Options are given in the pattern for making the scarf longer, wider, or working a larger curve.

The pattern can be found in my Ravelry store.

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