Two weeks ago, Rowan decided he wanted a scarf.
I grabbed some fun, tweedy blue and tan yarn that has multicolored speckles and got busy designing a scarf for Rowan.
I wanted the scarf to have ribbing along it's short length and a slot to pull the end through to keep it around his little neck with out tying.
Use an N hook and bulky yarn. Overall finished size is approx 4"wide x 30"long and fits toddler - small child
Row 1: Double Crochet (dc) in 4th chain from hook. 71 dc across, turn
Row 2: Ch 3, alternate front post dc(fpdc), back post dc(bpdc) across (71 dc total). dc in top ch of turning chain. turn.
Row 3: Ch 3, alternate bpdc, fpdc across (71 dc total), dc in top ch of turning chain. turn
Row 4: Ch3, alternate fpdc, bpdc for 12 dc. chain 9, skip 9 dc on row below.
here (so you can print it more easily!)
Also, please respect my hard work and willingness to share this pattern by only making it for personal use. You are welcome to share your finished scarves on your blog or website if you give me credit and link back to this page. Please DO NOT make this scarf to sell.