My little blog received its one millionth visitor last week! I am so excited and honored to be part of such a wonderful community of stitchers. Here is a scarf that I crocheted with some festive yarn I have been saving for a special project. It is a simple double crochet scarf, with a fun twist…instead of fringe, it has fun celebratory curlicues at either end!
This is the perfect scarf for special person’s birthday or other special occasion…the yarn reminds me of confetti and the curlicues are like party streamers!
Thank you lovely stitchers for so much great fun, may we have many more adventures to come!
By Jennifer Dickerson
- Width: 6 inches
- Length: As long as you want…the scarf pictured here is 56 inches long.
- J Crochet Hook (6.0 mm)
- 2 Skeins of Lion Brand “Tweed Stripes” yarn in the Prism colorway (or similar weight yarn)
- Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
Instructions for Body of Scarf:
Row 1: dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in each ch.
Row 2: ch 3 and turn. 1 dc in each space across row.
Repeat row 2 until desired length, and take into account the curlicues when you determine length needed. Each curlicue is 5 inches long, and with curlicues at either end, this will add an additional 10 inches to your scarf.
Instructions for Curlicues:
Dc in 4th ch from hook, and 2 more dc in the same ch.
3 dc in each ch across row.
Attach curlicues either by sewing them on with a tapestry needle, or by simply using the tails of yarn from the curlicues to tie them right onto the scarf. Weave in any ends.
Click here to watch how to crochet the Celebration Scarf stitch by stitch:
© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
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