Stripey Scarf

I got really excited when I found Red Heart's Super Saver Stripes and grabbed two skeins but wasn't quite sure what to do them. Self-striping yarns are great but they do tend to have a pretty short striping sequence (depending on the brand) so it can be hard to use them for larger projects. This scarf is a beginner friendly project and the fun part is that the border is built right into the pattern! Please comment and let me know what you think!


Yarn- 2 skeins Red Heart Super Saver Stripes in Favorite Stripe or about 300-350 yards worsted weight yarn

Size J Hook

Scarf measures 9” at widest point and is 90” in length


Gauge is not needed

Scarf length can be adjusted if desired, just stop your increases and begin decreasing when you reach half the length you want. **if you plan to customize the size be sure to read the pattern through before starting**

The only stitches used are Half-Double Crochet, Hdc2tog (half-double crochet 2 together) and chain.


Row 1: Ch 9, hdc in 7th chain from hook and next 2 ch. Turn

Rows 2-6: Ch 6, hdc in each of next 3 hdc. Turn

Row 7: Ch 6, hdc in next hdc, 2 hdc in next hdc, hdc in last hdc. Turn

Rows 8-13: Ch 6, hdc in each hdc across. Turn

Row 14: Ch 6, 2 hdc in 1st hdc, hdc in each hdc across to last hdc, 2 hdc in last hdc. Turn

Rows 15-20: Rep Row 8

Rows 21-90: Rep rows 14-20

Row 91(decrease row): Ch 6, hdc2tog, hdc in each hdc across to last 2 hdc, hdc2tog. Turn

Rows 92-97: Rep row 8.

Rep rows 91-97 until 3 stitches remain.

Rep rows 8-13

Fasten off. Weave in ends. Block if needed.


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