If you don't feel like making this, you can order it on Etsy HERE.
If you DO want to make it, here is the pattern:
- 2 balls (plus a little more for fringe if you want it) of worsted weight yarn, I used Wool Ease Forest Green
- 9 mm hook
- Scissors for fringe
- Holding 2 strands together, Ch 16
- HDC into 2nd Ch, and across row (14 hdc's), Ch 3
- *Tc across row (14 tc's), Ch 2
- Hdc across row (14 hdc's), Ch 2
- Hdc across row*
- Repeat until you run out of yarn, preferably ending with a single hdc row to match your beginning row. It measures approx 7"W by 60" W.
- For optional fringe: I tied 2 pieces of about 10" of yarn in each stitch on both end
Abbreviations and Tips:
- Ch = chain
- hdc = half double crochet
- tc = triple crochet
- Be sure to chain loosely at the end of each row to make sure you get your 14 st in each row, and are not ending up with banged up finders trying to pry open that last stitch open (not speaking from experience - I swear!)
- Stretch your scarf as you go. I find with this yarn it keeps the spacing and ends more even.
And here is a picture of my friend Jason that was just sent, sporting his Dude Scarf!
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