Cloudy Skies Scarf Pattern

Cloudy Skies Scarf Pattern by ionyka

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This fun scarf is light weight and can be worn almost any time of the year. The yarn used in this pattern is a superwash merino in DK weight yarn however you can experiment with other weights as much as you like since gauge is not important.

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Materials:

Size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook

Approximately 280 yards of superwash merino yarn was used for this project

Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

Finished Pattern Sample Size:

This scarf measures approximately 5.5 inches wide and 50 inches long once completed using pattern below. This pattern is made to be easily adaptable to any width and length desired, I have added notes and suggestions at the bottom of the pattern. Have fun!

Abbreviations used in this pattern:

st – Stitch
sk – Skip
ch – Chain
sc – Single Crochet
dc – Double Crochet
hdc – Half Double Crochet

Pattern Instructions:

Foundation Chain: Chain 252 [chain even number +2]

Row 1:
sc in 3rd st from hook, *ch1, sk 1ch, sc in next ch*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Row 2:
sc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, sc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Row 3;
hdc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, hdc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Row 4:
hdc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, hdc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch3, turn.

Row 5:
dc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, dc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch3, turn.

Row 6:
dc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, dc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Row 7:
hdc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, hdc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Row 8:
hdc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, hdc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Row 9:
sc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, sc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Row 10:
sc in 1st ch1 sp, *ch1, sc in next ch1 sp*; repeat from * to end, ch2, turn.

Repeat Rows 3 – 10, ending with sc in last ch1 sp.

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Finishing:

I opted to do a row of sc across each end of this scarf, putting 1 sc in the sc rows, 2 sc in the hdc rows and 3 sc in the dc rows. Fringe is totally doable for this scarf, just follow your favorite fringe instructions.

Weave in ends, you are finished!

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Suggested Variation Ideas:

For a longer scarf, chain any even number of chains as desired, then just +2.
For a wider scarf, continue to repeat Rows 3 – 10 until desired width.
For an infinity scarf, join both ends (rs facing in) with a row of sc.

So many possibilities, I hope you enjoyed this pattern!

Symbol Chart for Rows 1 – 10 

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This pattern is available for free both here as well as a digital PDF download. There are no restrictions on the use of this pattern however the pattern itself is not for sale, resale or duplication. Please give credit by linking to this pattern if used, I enjoy seeing what others make with it!

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