You won’t believe how simple this scarf is to make, yet it will look like you bought it from a boutique! Let Bernat POP! yarn do all the color work! This beautiful variegated yarn comes in many colors and adds such a nice dimension to this project. Plus the scalloped edge gives it an extra flair. A great scarf to wear in all seasons and a wonderful gift as well. Pair it with my 50-minute Fingerless Gloves which also would look fabulous crocheted in Bernat POP! yarn!
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- One skein of Bernat POP! yarn in Blue Blaze
- Size H Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
Sl St = Slip Stitch
SC = Single Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
Scallop: Skip 2 stitches and make 7 DC in the next stitch, skip 2 and join with slip stitch, repeat from beginning.
Chain 200 loosely
DC in 3rd chain from hook and the rest of they way down chain (198 DC), chain 1, turn
Row 2: SC in each stitch across, chain 2, turn (198 SC)
Row 3: DC in each stitch across, do not turn (198 DC)
Scallop stitch around entire scarf.
You will start by making 7 DC all in one stitch (the middle stitch of the end of the scarf – where the SC is) and slip stitch to the first stitch in other end of scarf. You have now made one scallop. *Skip 2 stitches, make 7 DC in next stitch, skip 2 stitches, join to next stitch with a slip stitch, repeat from *
Begin first scallop on end of scarf by making 7 DC in the end of the middle row.
Continue to make the scallop stitch around entire scarf.
Roll it up like a rose to gift or sell!
Finished size is about 74 inches long and 4 inches wide. You can always make the scarf long or wider by increasing the starting chain and adding on rows!
Of course little miss Zoe immediately snatched this scarf up for herself 🙂
Need more ideas of what to make with Bernat Pop! Yarn? How about this beautiful Bernat Pop Butterfly Blanket! I incorporated several different color ways into this project! See all the details and pattern HERE.