How to crochet a scarf

Crochet your very own neat and chic Hudson Scarf using our video tutorial and step-by-step guide from Two of Wands. Classic and stylish, this is the perfect project for beginners thanks to the thick bulky yarn and will be sure to have you ahead of the fashion pack! This tutorial is written using US terms!

Finished size:

Width: 5.5”/14cm Length: 60”/152cm


Abbreviations using US terms:

Ch - Chain

Hdc - Half double crochet

Hdc tbl - Half double crochet through the back loop

Rep - Repeat

St(s) - Stitches


Materials:

2 skeins Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick or approx. 212yds/194m of another super bulky weight, cat. 6 yarn.

Size US N/P (10mm) crochet hook

Tapestry needle (optional)


Gauge:

8 sts = 4”/10cm in half double crochet




Step by step

  1. Ch 122.
  2. Row 1: Starting in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across row. (120 sts)
  3. Rows 2-8: Ch 2, hdc tbl across row.
  4. Fringe: Cut 32 strands of yarn approx. 10”/25cm long. With two strands held together, fold in half and use the crochet hook to draw the folded loop through the end of one row of the scarf. Pull the ends of the strand through the loop and tighten to secure. Rep with other strands at the sides of each row on both ends of scarf.
  5. You can incorporate the tail ends of the scarf into the fringe so that you don’t have to weave them in.


A little note...

The ch 2 at beginning of each row does not count as a stitch. Happy stitching!



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