The Boyfriend Scarf Crochet Pattern
Thanksgiving is over and it’s crunch time. Christmas is right around the corner! It’s time to gather any last minute presents you may have been putting off.
I don’t know about you, but I have some family members where shopping for them is kind of a mystery. Luckily, I can rely on crochet to come up with a thoughtful gift idea. This year, one of my favorite gifts is this men’s scarf knitting pattern.
The Boyfriend Scarf is all about subtle details that look polished and distinguished.
The whole of the scarf is worked using the detailed ribbed stitch for added texture. It’s a good length too, perfect for wrapping up in. The detail that really set this scarf apart though, is the yarn choice.
Plymouth Hot Cakes have built-in color changes. It creates color shifts naturally throughout your projects. This particular project calls for a Grey/Burgundy mix yarn which has shades of cream too. It’s an acrylic wool blend, worsted weight. Perfect for a cozy scarf this season.
This scarf is great for those family members who are hard to shop for. This is a practical, unique gift that they can use for years to come. Make one for your partner or your grandfather.
You can get the Burgundy Plymouth hotcake in the crochet kit here. Every kit has its very own hot cake and a digital pdf pattern. Everything you need to start making this stylish scarf!
Skill Level: Beginner
Hook(s) size: I/9/5.5mm
Yarn weight: Worsted
Preferred type of yarn: Acrylic/wool blend
Suggested yarn: Plymouth Hot Cakes – 1 cake Grey/Burgundy mix (03)
Yarn Yardage: 400 yds
Approx. finished dimensions: Width: 6.25” Length 80”
Gauge: 2” = 8 rows; 1.5” = 6 (sc, ch 1) groups
- Ch – chain, st(s) – stitch(es), sc – single crochet
Row 1: Sc into the 4th ch from the hook (skipped 3 chains count as ch space). *Ch 1, skip 1 ch, sc into next ch; repeat from * to end. 25 sc and 25 ch spaces
Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as ch space), turn, sc into the first ch 1 space. *Ch 1, skip 1 sc, sc into next space; repeat from * to end.
Repeat row 2 until you reach the end of the skein. Fasten off and sew in ends.
Scarves are fast projects to work up and everyone loves them. I usually give out a lot of scarves around this time of year. So if you’re running out of time and don’t know what to make, give the Boyfriend Scarf a try!
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