This is a really easy pattern for a scarf and hair bow. The pattern is designed for ages 4-10 but can easily be customizable for any age!
You will need:
2 balls of Super Bulky weight ( 6 yarn) I used Wool-Ease thick and quick in starlight
10mm crochet hook (N)
Notes: we will be working in the back loops only which creates a ribbed look to the scarf. The first chain in each row does not count as a stitch.
Row 1: CH 65
Row 2: Hdc in the second chain from the hook (64) Ch 2 Turn your work (does not count as a stitch)
Row 3: Hdc in the first stitch and across working in the back loops only. (64) Ch 2 Turn your work (does not count as stitch)
Row 4: Hdc in first 17 stitches (back loops only) ch 2 and skip two stitches (this is creating the hole for your scarf to fit through) continue working across the row. Ch 2 Turn (does not count as stitch
Row 5: Hdc in the first stitch and across working in the back loops only(64) Ch 2 Turn your work (does not count as stitch)
Row 6: Hdc in the first stitch and across working in the back loops only (64)
Here is a picture tutorial of the scarf
Directions for fringe:
cut a scrap piece of cardboard about six inches long
wrap your yarn around the cardboard 12 times
trim the end.
carefully remove the yarn from the cardboard and put it through the end of the scarf. we will be putting four of these on either end so evenly space them out.
trim the ends. I like to take two strands from each tassel and tie it in a knot. This will secure your tassels.
Super cute, right?!!!
You will have a lot of yarn left over, so I wanted to give you a quick tutorial on something you can do with extra yarn! You can also make another scarf with the extra yarn without the fringe.
Directions for the hair bow:
Row 1: Ch 8
Row 2: sc in the second ch from the hook until the end (7) ch 1 turn
Row 3: sc across (7) ch 1 turn
Row 4: sc across (7)
cut a long piece of yarn and place it behind the rectangle you just created. Set your hair tie in the middle and pull both strands of yarn through the middle like so.
wrap the ends around the bow and the hair tie to secure them together and to create the bow. weave in the ends.
And that is it my friends! Easy Peasy! Please email me if you have any questions at all, I am always happy to help you out!
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