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Woven Crochet Scarf

By: Fanatical (and Frantic) Froebeler

Finally a crochet scarf pattern with sassy style!  You'll love making this Woven Crochet Scarf where every version is beautiful and unique.

















  • 1 skein of Red Heart black acrylic yarn
  • G crochet hook



Start with a G crochet hook and a row of 33 chain stitches.

FIRST ROW: in chain stitch 29 make   ** 1 dc,  then 1 chain stitch while skipping chain stitch in row below ** repeat between ** and ** until dc in last stitch.

Chain stitch 3, dc on top of dc below, 1 chain stitch, skip stitch, and repeat ** - ** above until enough rows for desired length.  The width will be approx 8 inches.

With contrasting yarn weave through the openings lengthwise, leaving an 8 inch length on each side for fringe.   Alternate weaving starting at the back or front. When this is finished cut 16 inch lengths of the same contrasting yarn - 3 for each fringe (16 on each side = 96 pieces).


Take 3 16 inch lengths, fold in the middle, combine in a loop and with crochet hook  pull the loop through the hole of the first woven yarn. When you are going to pull all the yarn through the loop you just created to make the fringe,  pull along the end of the woven one - top one  in photos on below.

Pull all through and tighten

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This looks like a fun project that would be good for a beginner. The directions say weave contrasting yarn but the pictures indicate something different. I see from moonbeamange's comment below that Austermann Starlight Revue is mentioned to weave with. Never heard of it but if that is the contrasting yarn should have been mentioned. Please advise if this is correct. Thank you

I can nit wait to make this, I've put other projects aside so that I can do this project. I have black acrylic yarn in my stash and I have been to my local shop and bought Austermann Starlight Revue in lovely shades of green and turquoise (#4). Hoping to get started tonight. Thanks so much for the pattern


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