Melu Crochet: Free Stripy scarf pattern

This is an easy beginners pattern that was developed to help teach how to recognise stitches and learn to keep count when crocheting treble crochet in rows.

I use UK terminology, click here for a handy conversion chart to US terms

This stripy scarf is made using 2 colours, you can add as many as you like!

Materials:

4mm hook, dk yarn, yarn needle, scissors

Abbreviations

ch Chain

tr Treble

slst Slip stitch

Foundation: with colour A Ch 28, 

Row 1: Tr into third ch from hook and in each ch to end of row (26) 

Row 2: Ch2, turn, tr into each space between tr on previous row (26)

Row 3: Ch2, turn, tr into each space between tr on previous row (26) cut yarn and fasten off.

Row 4: Join colour B into top of last tr, Ch2, turn, tr into each space between tr on previous row, including the first one (26)

Row 5: Ch2, turn, 1tr into each space between tr on previous row (26)

Row 6: Ch2, turn, 1tr into each space between tr on previous row (26) cut yarn and fasten off.

Repeat rows 4-6 until required length (as a rule of thumb, the length of the scarf should be the same as the height of the person you are making it for)

Sew in your ends.

Tassels

Use this tutorial to add tassels to each end of your scarf

by Louisa at Robins and Rainbows

Some more ideas….

by Jo Murricane after attending our Hooked! Crochet classes
by Louisa at Robins and Rainbows

I’d love to see your finished scarf! Don’t forget to add #melucrochet when you post your photos 🙂

The Melu crochet guide has lots of help and photo tutorials to help you with your crochet including: treble crochet, double treble crochet and how to crab stitch

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