Created by paperdollmom, Copyright 2015
This pattern is extremely easy to work up, and should finish just under 5 inches wide and approximately 48 inches long.
One skein of Red Heart Super Saver Yarn (100% Acrylic, 364 yards) will be enough yarn to crochet 2 complete scarves with a tiny ball of yarn leftover. This is a perfect scarf pattern to use for crochet charities or gifts! I'm sure this pattern may be similar to many others, as it is a very basic scarf, using very basic stitches, but I specifically created this pattern with these dimensions to meet the requirements needed to be donated to Operation Gratitude.
Step #1: Chain 168, DC into the 4th chain from the hook and across, chain 3, turn
Step #2: DC in the back loop of each stitch across, chain 3, turn. Continue to DC in the back loops across each row until you have completed a total of 10 rows of DC
If you do not know what a back loop is, please click here to see a picture that will show you clearly.
Step #3: Finish off!
* This pattern is easy to adjust if you want to crochet a different sized scarf. To change the width, simply add or leave off rows, and to change the length, add or leave off chains in the first step. If crocheting in the back loops is too difficult for you, you can still complete the scarf using the basic DC stitches, needing only a total of 8 rows rather than 10.