Hohoho it’s Christmas Eve today. So either you’re already in serious trouble as you’re still not done with all of your Christmas presents or you’re one of those lucky people who actually has a little bit more time as the whole gift giving is happening in the morning and are still on the look out for a quick pattern. Or maybe you’ve got some wool from Santa and can’t wait for a quick crochet for the “lazy” days. In this case I’m sure that my variegated scarf pattern will be the one to look out for. And as it’s made with chunky wool it works up quite quickly as well :) This one ended up as my mother-in-law’s Christmas present. And as she already happily received it I can show you how I made it.

Variegated Scarf Pattern

You’ll need

Sirdar Click Wool

  • 3 balls of chunky yarn (I used Sirdar Chunky Wool, an acrylic wool yarn mixture for mine)
  • 9 mm hook
  • tapestry needle

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Abbreviations

ch= chain

sc= single crochet (US term); double crochet (dc, UK term)

st= stitch(es)

dc = double crochet (US term); treble crochet (tr, UK term)

In my patterns UK terms are always given in brackets.

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Let’s get started:

Chain

Row 1: Ch 20

row 2

Row 2: sc (dc) in second ch from the hook,  sc (dc) in all remaining st

row 3

row 3

Row 3: ch 2, *dc (tr) in first sc (dc) from previous row, ch 1, skip one st*, * repeat 7 times, dc (tr) in last st

row 4

Row 4: ch 1, sc (dc) in each st

Repeat row 3 and 4 until desired scarf length is reached.

varigated scarf

 

varigated scarf by Loopsan

I would love to see a picture of your finished scarf and would happy if you post a picture to my Facebook wall and connect it to my Ravelry page.

Merry Christmas & Happy Crocheting!

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Author

I’m San and I’m the voice behind Loopsan. I’m a scientist by day (oh-no nerd alarm ;-)) but at night I turn into a crafter with heart. I love to crochet, bake, travel, keep memories in photographs and love everything DIY.

3 Comments

    • San Reply

      Thank you Hazel :) I wasn’t too sure about the yarn first as its usually not something I would have gone for if it was for myself but in the end it was actually quite hard to give it away ;)

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