|Bev's Quick Warm Scarf|
Copyright Beverly A. Qualheim 2016
Approx. 500 yards (457 meters) of worsted weight yarn (I used a Red Heart Soft)
You could use a bulky yarn too and your gauge will end up a bit different - fewer sts to the inch and fewer rows to inch.
Size J (6 mm) crochet hook
Gauge: 9 Dc=3" 5 rows = 3"
You can whip up this scarf easily in 2 evenings of watching TV!
This makes it about 7" across x 4' (1.2 meters) long for kids, 5' (2.4 meters) for adults
Row 1: Double Crochet in the 4th chain from the hook and in each chain across, chain 2 after you make the last stich, and turn the piece around
Rows 2- 50 (or till you are done!): Double Crochet in the same stitch as the chain 2, and in each Double Crochet across the row, ch 2 and turn. (20 Double Crochets) --HINT Just keep repeating that and add up the number of double crochets each row to make sure they stay the same.
Keep crocheting in this pattern until scarf is at least 4 feet long for a child, or as long as you want it. (I like mine 5 feet long)