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Crochet Scarf Pattern: Hitch a Ride Scarf, PDF download

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***This listing is for a PDF pattern for you to crochet the scarf. It is NOT a finished product.***

This fun asymmetrical crochet scarf was inspired by a knitting pattern with the same basic shape.

This is a quick one-skein project! It’s worked in an easy-to-memorize 2-row repeat using ANY sport weight OR worsted weight yarn. The length is customizable and allows for every bit of the 200-300 yards of yarn to be used. If a larger scarf/shawl is desired, just keep on crocheting with more yarn to the size you want!

This project looks absolutely fabulous with color-changing yarn! It’s a relaxing crochet project that you’ll finish in no time!!!

The pattern includes written instructions, as well as symbol crochet charts for the scarf and 2 options for the last row (in case you’re running out of yarn to work the last row completely and wish to use up all of your skein of yarn).

The finished scarf measures 60" long x 14" wide (at the widest point). If you use more yarn, you can keep crocheting and make a longer/wider scarf.

For the purple-colored scarf, I used 285 yards of Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Serenity Garden yarn and a size H/8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook. For the autumn-colored scarf, I used 270 yards (1 skein) of Red Heart Unforgettable yarn and a size I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook. For each of the other 2 scarves, I used 236 yards (1 skein) of Red Heart Super Saver Stripes yarn and a size I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook.
***This listing is for a PDF pattern for you to crochet the scarf. It is NOT a finished product.***

This fun asymmetrical crochet scarf was inspired by a knitting pattern with the same basic shape.

This is a quick one-skein project! It’s worked in an easy-to-memorize 2-row repeat using ANY sport weight OR worsted weight yarn. The length is customizable and allows for every bit of the 200-300 yards of yarn to be used. If a larger scarf/shawl is desired, just keep on crocheting with more yarn to the size you want!

This project looks absolutely fabulous with color-changing yarn! It’s a relaxing crochet project that you’ll finish in no time!!!

The pattern includes written instructions, as well as symbol crochet charts for the scarf and 2 options for the last row (in case you’re running out of yarn to work the last row completely and wish to use up all of your skein of yarn).

The finished scarf measures 60" long x 14" wide (at the widest point). If you use more yarn, you can keep crocheting and make a longer/wider scarf.

For the purple-colored scarf, I used 285 yards of Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Serenity Garden yarn and a size H/8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook. For the autumn-colored scarf, I used 270 yards (1 skein) of Red Heart Unforgettable yarn and a size I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook. For each of the other 2 scarves, I used 236 yards (1 skein) of Red Heart Super Saver Stripes yarn and a size I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook.

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