Updated: May 18
Beginner-friendly crochet pattern.
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Difficulty level: Easy
This scarf is worked flat in rows and then joined to form a double wrap cowl. The suzette stitch is the “bread and butter” of this pattern. This project is quick and simple, so it’s perfect for beginners – if you love it, check out the Taylor-Made Crafts NI shop for more beginner-friendly patterns in the “Suzie” range, including the matching Suzie Sweater and Skirt.
Yarn: 2x balls of Lion Brand Heartland Mount Rainier in Tweed (or other #4 weight yarn)
9.5” x 50” panel (folded in half to create a 25” tube)
4” x 4” = 12 sts (not including sks; i.e. 6 sc, 6 dc) and 12 rows
FCR Foundation chain row
Sl st Slip stitch
Sc Single crochet
Dc Double crochet
FLO Front Loop Only
BLO Back Loop Only
Suzette stitch tutorial: https://youtu.be/FxJY6Ffevkk
Notes: The panel is worked flat in rows.
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from the hook, dc in same ch, sk next ch, *(sc, dc) in next ch, sk next ch*; Repeat from * to * until the last two chs. sc only in last two chs. Turn .
Row 2: Ch1, (sc, dc) in first st, sk next st. *(sc, dc) in next st, sk next st*; Repeat from * to * until there are two sts left. Sc in each of the last two sts. Turn .
Repeat row 2 until you reach the desired length. As a guide, I crocheted mine 50 inches.
Final Row: Ch1, (sc, dc) in first st, sk next st. *(sc, dc) in next st, sk next st*; Repeat from * to * until there are two sts left. Sc in each of the last two sts .
Seam to create the tube: For the seam, we fold the panel in half and whip stitch to join along the edge. Fasten off and weave in ends.
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