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Blue Frilled Scarf

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This is a thin scarf that is designed to be wrapped around, for it is very long, to give the impression that it is thicker. It gives off that kind of vibe. It is relatively easy to make and with a larger hook, should only take you about an hour and a half. The frills in this scarf are created by swapping a color for the same color.


  • ch – chain
  • sc – single crochet
  • cc – change color
  • rw# – row number (e.g. rw1 would be row one)
  • rws#-# – row numbers (e.g. rws2-5 would be rows two through twelve.)
  • fd – foundation


  • M/9mm hookp
  • Ocean Shades Bernat Blanket Yarn
  • Darning Needles

The Pattern:

fd – ch 200

cc to same color

rw1 – sc 198

cc to same color

rws2-5 – repeat rw1 and color change

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