Thursday, 5 November 2009

Hand Warming Scarf Crochet

Here is a quick and easy pattern for a scarf that keeps your hands warm. A great gift idea for people who love the great outdoors. Would also be ideal for anyone who feels the cold in their hands. I think a lot of charities that assist the older people would also be able to make good use of these scarves.
7.5” x 62”
200gm of Stylecraft Raffia – Fire, a small amount of either DK or chunky in contrast for the pockets. 8mm crochet hook and a darning/tapestry needle. 
Ch 122
Work 9 rows in dc, ch 3 at the beginning of each row to count as first dc.
Ch 15 + 2 (to count as first dc)
Work 9 rows in dc. ch 3 at the beginning of each row to count as first dc.
Sew all ends in and sew the pockets onto the scarf.
This scarf works up quickly and is quite chunky and of course warm.


Janet Happy Girl said...

Very pretty

glor said...

Great scarf ... super idea.

chlimaiden said...

Is there a video for this? I'm a beginner, but this looks pretty easy...and really nice! Thanks :)

RenJac said...

Oh im going to try this, thanks...

Anonymous said...

I have a suggestion. Just change the size and guage of the stitches - make it a lot longer and then fold up the ends so you only have to sew it on two sides with the bottom being a fold.

Jennie Evans said...

That is exactly what I was thinking, I was admiring a friend's hand Warner scarf at school just this afternoon and commented that it wild be ready to crochet by just turning the ends over and stitching up the sides! You wouldn't get contrasting pockets though, unless you changed your yarn colour for a certain number of stitches at each end, as this scarf is worked across from the long edge...

Sherry said...

This just looks so way cool1 I was thinking like another and just bringing up the ends with the bottom being a fold. I am thinking this would be a great teens with phones, Ipads, etc. Thanks this is awesome