Hello everyone! I hope you are excited about today’s Super Scarf Blog Hop! There are so many gorgeous super scarf patterns, be sure to click around to each one. Mine is called the Smoky Mountain Super Scarf. I rognally thought this oversized scarf would take me awhile to complete, but I really finished it in two evenings (after the kids were in bed). This lovely chunky yarn works up fast, so you can be snuggling in this cozy scarf in no time at all.
Also, I am IN LOVE with gray and hot pink. This Autumn Frost Slouchy could go perfect with this super scarf!
Smoky Mountain Super Scarf
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What you need:
6 skeins Super Chunky Yarn, Size 6 (Bernat Softee Chunky) (5 main color, 1 contrasting color)
Smaller hook for weaving in ends
Abbreviations: American Terms
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
St – Stitch
Sk – Skip
Note: I tried the write out this patterns as simply as possible, but I wanted to include this note as well. This scarf is worked in straight rows of DCs, but it has rows with 2-dc clusters as well. I used a 2-dc cluster because it is more chunky than a dc, without adding extra stitches. Think of this as a chunky v-stitch. You will work one stitch, ch 1, then work another stitch in the same space, making a V shape.
Special Stitch: 2 dc cluster – Yarn over, insert hook. Yarn over, pull through (3 loops on hook). YO, pull through first 2 loops (2 loops on hook). Yarn over, insert hook into same st, YO, pull through (4 loops on hook). YO, pull through first 2 loops. Yarn over, pull through last three. This stitch is basically a dc2tog, worked in the same st. 2 dcs on the bottom, but they share the 2 loops at the top.
Finished Length: Approx. 125″ x 9.5″
1. Dc in 3rd ch from hook. Dc 7. Hdc 2. Sc 8. Turn. (18 sts)
2. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc 7. Hdc 2. Dc 8. Turn.
3. Ch 2. Dc in same st. Dc 7. Hdc 2. Sc 8. Turn.
4. – 5. Repeat 2 & 3 respectively.
6. Ch 3 (counts as first st). Work 2-dc cluster in same st. *Sk 2 sts. Work 2-dc cluster, ch 1, work 2 dc cluster–all in next st.* work 5 times. Sk 1 st. Work a 2-dc cluster in last st. Turn. (18 sts).
7. – 8. Ch 3. Work 2-dc cluster in same st. *Work 2-dc cluster, ch 1, 2-dc cluster in ch-1 sp from previous row.* repeat 5 times. Sk 1 st. Work 2-dc cluster in last st. Turn.
9. – 11. Ch 2. Dc in same st. Dc in each st across. Turn. (18 sts)
Repeat rows 6 – 11 respectively until you have 96 rows (you will not work the last 3 rows of dcs to complete the last repeat). Your scarf should measure approx. 110″.
97. Ch 2. Dc in same st. Dc 7. Hdc 2. Sc 8. Turn.
98. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc 7. Hdc 2. Dc 8.
99. – 101. Repeat rows 97 – 98 respectively.
Finish your scarf by adding tassels to the ends. You don’t need a special tassel maker! Simple loop your yarn about 8 times in a circle (the longer you make your loop, the longer your tassels will be).
Clip the bottoms, and thread through the bottom of the scarf. Repeat 5-6 times, until the bottom has enough tassels for your liking.
Tie a tight, small knot around each tassel to finish them. Clip the ends of your knot. I left my tassels with raw ends. I like that is makes the tassels look rustic.
It’s SO COZY.
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