How To Crochet A Hair Scarf

Midsummer Hair Scarf- free crochet pattern

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I have long and wavy hair and I love wearing headbands and hair scarfs. The Midsummer Hair Scarf was designed to be a cute and stylish hair accessory that is light and lacy enough to wear during the hottest months of summer. I used sport weight yarn, but since it essentially just a long strip it could be easily adjusted to work with lighter or heavier yarn.


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Skill Level

Easy

Gauge

2.5 v-st=2″

4 rows=2″

Measurements

36″×2.5″

Materials

1 skein, sport weight yarn

J-6mm hook

Tapestry needle

Abbreviations

Ch=chain

DC=double crochet

DC2TOG=double crochet two together

Special Stitches

V-stitch(v-st)= dc,ch1,dc in same stitch.

Notes

The hair scarf is worked flat. The chains at the beginning of each row counts as a stitch. You can change the length by working a chain in multiple of 3’s. It can also be made wider by repeating row 3 and 4 until desired width and then finishing with row 5.

Instructions

Chain 123.

Row 1: Dc in 3rd ch from hook.Dc in each ch across. Turn.

Row 2:Ch 4.(counts as a dc and a ch-1), *Skip next 2 stitches, V-st in next st. Repeat from * to the last 2 stitches.Ch 1, skip 1 st, Dc in the last dc. Turn.

Row 3:Ch. 4 (counts as a dc and ch-1) *dc2tog over v- st, skipping ch-1. Ch 1. Repeat from * to last st. Dc in last st. Turn.

Row 4:Ch 4(counts as dc and ch-1),*v-st in to of dc2tog,ch1. Repeat from * to last dc. Dc in last st. Turn.

Row 5:Ch 3 (counts as a dc), dc in each chain space and dc across. Fasten off.

Weave in all ends. Block using preferred method.


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