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Candy-Cane-Striped Hooded Scarf

Make a special Christmas gift that's filled with holiday color.  Wrap someone you love in this toasty-warm scarf to keep the cold winter wind away...it will remind them of you every time it's worn.  Only basic knowledge of crocheting stitches needed to complete this project.

 

Hooded Scarf

 

Supplies:

Yarn:

7 ounces of White

4 ounces of the following colors:

Hunter Green * Paddy Green * Burgundy * Cherry Red

Crochet Hook size 10.5 or "K"

Scissors

Yarn Needle or large-eyed needle

 

 

 

 

 

Crochet Instructions:

White yarn:

Row 1 - Chain 250

Row 2 - Turn and do a Single Crochet (SC) in each chain stitch.  Finish with one (1) chain stitch at the end and turn.

Row 3 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

Paddy Green yarn:

Row 4 - Turn and chain 1 stitch in the back loop of the last stitch of the previous row.  Continue to SC in the back loop of the rest of the stitches in the row.  Finish with 1 chain stitch and turn.

Row 5 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

Hunter Green yarn:

Row 6 - Turn and chain 1 stitch in the back loop of the last stitch of the previous row.  Continue to SC in the back loop of the rest of the stitches in the row.  Finish with 1 chain stitch and turn.

Row 7 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

White yarn:

Row 8 - Turn and chain 1 stitch in the back loop of the last stitch of the previous row.  Continue to SC in the back loop of the rest of the stitches in the row.  Finish with 1 chain stitch and turn.

Rows 9 & 10 - Repeat instructions for Row 8.

Row 11 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

Burgundy:

Row 12 - Turn and chain 1 stitch in the back loop of the last stitch of the previous row.  Continue to SC in the back loop of the rest of the stitches in the row.  Finish with 1 chain stitch and turn.

Row 13 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

Cherry Red:

Row 14 - Turn and chain 1 stitch in the back loop of the last stitch of the previous row.  Continue to SC in the back loop of the rest of the stitches in the row.  Finish with 1 chain stitch and turn.

Row 15 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

White:

Row 16 - Turn and chain 1 stitch in the back loop of the last stitch of the previous row.  Continue to SC in the back loop of the rest of the stitches in the row.  Finish with 1 chain stitch and turn.

Row 17 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

At this point, return to the original row of chain stitches.

Row 18 - Begin at the opposite end from where you started and do a SC in each stitch.  Finish with a chain stitch and turn.

Row 19 - Do a SC in the back loop of each stitch.  Finish with 1 chain stitch, leave a 6 inch length of yarn and cut.  Pull length of yarn through stitch to lock.

Repeat instructions for Row 4 & 5 using the following color order:

Rows 20 & 21 - Paddy Green

Rows 22 & 23 - Hunter Green

Rows 24, 25 & 26 - White (follow instructions for Row 4 only)

Row 27 - White (follow instructions for Row 5 only)

Rows 28 & 29 - Burgundy

Rows 30 & 31 - Cherry Red

Rows 32 & 33 - White

 

Finishing:

Fold your scarf in half with right sides together.  At the top corner, chain 1  and then SC the back loops together for 30 stitches.  Finish with 1 chain stitch; leave a six inch length and cut yarn.  Pull length of yarn through lock.

 

Now, take the time to tie in all of your ends.  If you prefer, you can incorporate the strings at the bottom of both edges into your fringes.

 

Fringes:

Cut 10 - 12 inches long in the amounts listed below

72 - White

16 - each of remaining colors

(the easiest way to cut fringes:  with out-stretched fingers, wrap the yarn around your hand as many times as needed and then cut through all strands at the bottom.

 

Attach four strands of fringe through every other bottom stitch (or as you prefer).  When all fringes are attached, trim evenly.

 

Enjoy your scarf!

Merry Christmas

 

 

 

 

 

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