The Super Chunky Super Warm Scarf is just that, super chunky and super warm. When I finished the scarf and tried it on, I felt like as if I was getting the warmest and softest of hugs where I felt comfort. Surprisingly enough, it’s not heavy. This is due to using a bigger hook creating more open stitches that makes the piece more pliable and with more drape.
- Yarn: Red Heart Mixology Yarn – Calypso Print, #6 Super Bulky, 100% acrylic, 4.5 oz, 65 yards; Jade (Solid), #6 Super Bulky, 100% acrylic, 5 oz, 70 yards; Calypso Swirl, #6 Super Bulky, 100% acrylic, 4 oz, 59 yards. 194 yards total for finishes scarf.
- Hook: 11.5mm/P, or hook to obtain gauge
- Notions: Needle for weaving in ends
Size: 64″ x 9.5″. To make scarf shorter or longer, chain a multiple of 10 plus 2.
Gauge: 5dc = 3″; 3 dc rows = 3″
Stitch Abbreviation: ch – chain; sk – skip; st(s) – stitches; sp – space; dc – double crochet;
Experience Level: Easy
Special Pattern Notes: Ch3 counts as a double crochet. Join new yarn either at the end of a row, or when one skein runs out. The difference in yards of the the 3 yarns, creates a piece that is asymmetrical in color changes and unique. I joined my new yarn when the previous skein ran out, which was in the middle of a row.
Row 1: 1dc in 4th chain from hook, 1dc in next 8 sts *[ch1, sk1 st, 1dc in next st] 5x, 1dc in next 10 sts* repeat from * to * to end, turn
Row 2: ch3, 1dc in next 9 sts, *[ch1, sk1 st, 1dc in next st] 5x, 1dc in next 10 sts* repeat from * to * to end, turn
Rows 3 – 9: Repeat Row 2. Fasten off. Weave in ends.
That’s it. Now you have your very own Super Chunky Super Warm Scarf using Red Heart Mixology yarn.
As always… Much love and happy hooking!