Simple Fun and Fancy Fur Scarf (Knit or Crochet)
My MIL really loves the red Fun Fur Scarf I made for her. She asked me to make a purple scarf for her best friend, and I thought I'd make it a bit different. I thought a pull through thinner scarf would be pretty -- with the option to either look casual or a little bit dressy.
Here is the finished result.
Just pulled through at the bottom, the scarf has a nice, loose casual look.
Double wrapped around the neck and then pulled through gives a dressier look, and also a warmer look for cooler weather.
My 15-year old son was the model -- I had to promise to cut his face out of the photos for him to agree to model a purple fuzzy scarf. lol. :)
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Here is the pattern:
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1 skein Fun Fur, or other fur yarn
sz 11 knitting needles
Crochet hook for working in ends after binding off
Cast on 12 stitches
Row 1: Knit across (repeat row 1 for approximately six inches)
Row 2: Knit 3 stitches, bind off six stitches, knit last 3 stitches
Row 3: Knit 3 stitches, cast on six stitches, knit last 3 stitches
(Rows 2 and 3 will create a hole for pulling through the other end of the scarf)
Row 4: Repeat row 1 until scarf reaches desired length. Bind Off and weave in ends.
1 skein Fun Fur
Size J crochet hook
Row 1: HDC into 2nd ch from hook and HDC across, ch 1, turn (ch 1 counts as first HDC on subsequent rows)
Repeat row one until scarf measures approx six inches
Row 2: ch 1 counts as first HDC, HDC in next 2 stitches, ch 6, sk next 6 HDC, HDC in last 3 HDC, ch 1, turn
Row 3: ch 1 counts as first HDC, HDC across to end of row, ch 1, turn
Repeat row 3 until scarf is desired length. Finish Off and weave in ends.