Crochet Pattern: Rosalind Scarf

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Don’t let the holes fool you. You can be warm and snug with a thick, lacy scarf. The combination of bulky yarn, a thick afghan hook, and Tunisian crochet makes for a scarf that is super squishy. You’ll be ready for winter in no time.

This pattern requires familiarity with Tunisian crochet. Click the link for a great list of resources if you’re just learning or even if you just want to learn more.


Skill Level:

Finished Size: 4 1/4″ (11 cm) wide, 68″ (172.5 cm) long

Bulky Weight Yarn (approximately 140 yards)
Crochet Hook P (10 mm)

10 sts = 5″
9 rows = 5″
Gauge Swatch: 5’’w x 5’’h (12.5 cm x 12.5 cm)
Work rows 1 – 9 in pattern.

Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Check out the crochet abbreviation chart and the Tunisian crochet abbreviation chart.

Crochet Pattern: Rosalind Scarf
Row 1: Forward pass: ch 11, pull up a loop in second ch from hook and all rem ch
Return pass: ch 1, (YO, pull through 2 loops) until 1 loop remains on hook: 10 TSS
Row 2: tks in each TSS across: 10 tks
Row 3: (tks in next tks, yo, skip 1 st, tks in next tks, yo, skip 1 st, tks in next tks) 2 times: 10 sts
Row 4: tks in each st across: 10 tks
Rows 5-108: repeat rows 3-4
Row 109: repeat row 3
Finish off.

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