Bridge Crochet Scarf – Free Pattern
I know summer just started, but in just a few weeks the kids will be going back to school and we’ll all start thinking about holidays and gifts.
I designed the crochet bridge scarf pattern specifically for two reasons: 1) To help you practice the Wide Double Crochet stitch in my new tutorial; 2) To give you a new project that looks wonderfully unisex to create for anyone on your list
The scarf pattern is made with easy to care for acrylic, but you can use any yarn that works best for your needs. Because of the simple texture of the scarf, any yarn will be amazing so trying a higher end cashmere or silk yarn will elevate the look, style and feel of the very simple design.
Who’s the first person you’re going to make it for? Don’t forget yourself!
- H/8 Crochet Hook
- Simply Soft Yarn by Caron
- Tapestry Needle
Click stitch names for tutorials
- Chain = ch
- Slip Stitch = sl st
- Single Crochet = sc
- Double Crochet = dc
- Reverse Single Crochet / Crab Stitch = rsc
Row 1 – Dc in 2nd ch from hook, dc in each st across, turn
Row 2 – Ch 2, dc bet t-ch and first st, *dc bet next two sts, rep from * across to end, ending dc bet last st and t-ch, turn
Rep row 2 101 times for pattern DO NOT BIND OFF
At the end of the last row, turn, ch 1, sc in ea st across (note: not in between but in sts), 3 sc in corner, continue sc evenly along long side of scarf (Even Edging Tutorial), 3 sc in corner, sc across bottom edge, 3 sc in corner, sc evenly along long side of scarf, ending 2 sc in corner. Sl St into beg ch. Ch 1, rsc in each st around. Bind Off.
Come share your project when you’re done over at the Facebook Page! I can’t wait to see it!