Monday, 31 January 2011

Campus Unisex Scarf–Free Crochet Pattern

Materials: 6.5mm hook, 150g various colours of DK yarn. I used 7 different colours –pale green, apple green, pale blue, bright blue, turquoise, red & orange.
Measurements: 7” x 74” approx.
Skill Level: easy
Chain 175 sts or to desired length.
Work 24 rows changing colour for every row. All rows ch 1 and work sc into all sts to end, turn, change colour and repeat.

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Doris Sturm said...

This is a lovely scarf and I can see a young student wearing it - but I love the colors too. I guess it's for the young-at-heart as well :-) Nice work!

nannykim/spindlecottage said...

I love this one! I just may do this when I have time. My daughter is finally having some labor pains and I may be busy with the other grandkids!

renee said...

That is a beautiful scarf and such a simple pattern. I love it!

Leslie said...

Gosh, I need to remember to bookmark projects that I love because I just went through my whole blog roll looking for this scarf! Anyhow, I'm gonna grab all my Vanna White colors and whip one of these up for my little friend, Morgan. Thanks for the inspiration. I've "pinned" your scarf to my account, so I'll always know where it is. Be blessed!

Neicee said...

This is beautiful! Thanks so much. Do we sc into the ch one space or the sc across?

DiddleDaddleDesigns said...

Just found this on Pinterest. Gorgeous.

Heather said...

just what I've been looking for! I found you via Pinterest & I will be back :)

Di said...

Love this - my daughter picked it out for her birthday present - making in shades of grey with pink and maybe another color or two tossed in! Should be fast and easy - just what I like! Thanks!

Di said...

Thanks for this easy and fast (hopefully for me!) pattern! Will watch for your patterns in the future.