The Woodlands Scarf is a great beginner friendly pattern. This scarf pattern features beginner stitches worked up in a fun and colorful yarn!
Through my email I received a notice that my local yarn shop finally had the Premier Sweet Rolls in stock. So I hopped in my car and headed out. I was so excited looking at all the beautiful shades. I wanted them all! But, I was good and only picked up two colors.
One of the colors I purchased was a shade called Wasabi Pop. For some reason it screamed masculine to me. I knew I wanted to create a men’s crochet pattern showing all the beautiful colors. What I came up with was this ribbed scarf pattern.
What I like about this pattern is that it looks exactly the same on both sides. There really is no front or back side. It is a very repetitive pattern, so there is little need for counting (yay!) This scarf works up rather quickly and is perfect to give as a gift for the man in your life! You can use any worsted weight yarn. I hope you enjoy the pattern!
Any worsted weight yarn ( about 300yds). I used the Premier Sweet Roll in Wasabi Pop.
5mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle to weave in ends
Like I mentioned, you can use any worsted weight yarn. I used about 300yds and my scarf measured 55″ long.
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Front Loop Only (FLO)
WOODLANDS SCARF PATTERN
Hdc in the second ch from the hook, hdc in the next stitch and each stitch across (24)
Ch. 1 turn, hdc in the first stitch, hdc FLO (third loop in the front) in the next 22 stitches. Make a hdc in the last stitch of the row. If you are still confused as to what is the third loop you can watch a video HERE.
The arrows are pointing to the front third loop
Note – For this pattern I like to crochet a hdc in the first and last stitch of the row for I feel it gives a cleaner edge.
Repeat row 2 remembering to work in FLO (except in the first and last stitch). Continue with the pattern until you have reached the desired length of your scarf.
Your work should start to look like this
Just continue with the pattern until you have reached your desired length. Bind off and weave in any ends!
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