Slant Stitch Scarf

I had pinned this pattern when I first began to learn how to crochet and I finally got back to it just last week. It is a pretty basic pattern using a slant stitch. See photo of the example used with a link to the pattern here:

Slant Stitch Scarf

Slant Stitch Scarf

I had a few colors of Red Heart – With Love yarn so I thought I would use them with this pattern. I wanted to change colors every few rows but not just simply one color to the next so I alternated colors, first with the SC row, then with the Slant Stitch row to create a type of gradient transition between the colors. See my example work in progress:

Slant Stitch 1

Slant Stitch 1

Here is another photo I am using 3 colors, the purple will be the main color for awhile and once I get close to the end I will transition back to blue, then back to the magenta color at the other end.

Slant Stitch 2

Slant Stitch 2

I followed the pattern exactly like it describes, I will just keep repeating row 2 & 3 (as noted in the pattern) for however long I need the scarf. This yarn is a bit thicker (or I think fluffy) than regular worsted weight yarn but I think it will make a great winter scarf once its done. I will update this post again with photos once its completed!

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