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Dreamy Scarf

This scarf is so soft, fluffy and squishy, it is in fact “dreamy”. The Dreamy Scarf is warm too, perfect for those brisk days. I decided to leave the scarf’s edge plain, but I think this one is the perfect candidate for a fringe too. The pattern stitch is a super easy one row repeat that creates a horizontal bar and nice texture. I’ve used this stitch in blankets before and really love how easily and quickly it works up. Approximately 8” x 66” (Sizing easily adjusted) Designed in worsted weight yarn

Dreamy Scarf

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The Laura Fringe Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

"The Laura fringe infinity scarf will be your new favorite scarf! This is light weight and extremely soft. Loops & Threads Woollike yarn (85% acrylic, 15% nylon) is so soft to the touch and makes for a great wearable that won’t get too hot or itchy. The scarf is worked with 2 strands together with a clear easy to follow pattern. This can also be made with medium worsted weight yarn or any weight yarn if you prefer a thicker scarf (just make sure your beginning chains measure 54″ and is an even number of stitches). The scarf measures 54″ (27 inches folded in half) by 5″."The Laura Fringe Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

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Jacqueline Scarf

This pretty scarf can be worn in so many ways for your fashion needs. I made mine extra long, but you can make it as long/short as you like using the stitch multiple. The lace is a simple repeat and easily adjustable for the width too. I added fringe to mine, but of course you could leave it plain or add some other decorative touch! Designed in #4 Weight Yarn Size: 12” x 80”, but easily adjusted with stitch multiple"Jacqueline Scarf

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The Courtney Crochet Scarf With Fringe

"Soft, flowy, warm and gorgeous are the best descriptors for the Courtney Crochet Scarf with Fringe. At first glance you may think you’ll be working star stitches to make the scarf. And while you’d be really close, this stitch isn’t quite as full as a star stitch. (Which also means it is less of a yarn eater!) You’ll love working this quick stitch and making a scarf that looks lovely and would make a great gift. Although it may look complicated, it is really simple."The Courtney Crochet Scarf With Fringe

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Strisce Ruffle Edge Wrap

"The easy crochet ruffle edge on this wrap really makes a statement. Combined with the textured post stitches, it’s stunning. Have I mentioned how I love the front post stitch? It’s one of my favorites. The texture it creates is so visually appealing. The front post double crochet is also a pretty stretchy stitch, so it worked perfectly in this wrap. The pattern repeat is quickly established and you’ll be able to watch tv or listen to your book while crocheting away."Strisce Ruffle Edge Wrap

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Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf

"The Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf has so much fun texture and works up nice and quickly! It’s so soft and squishy, while also being a nice weight for milder temperatures between seasons. This infinity scarf is long enough to wrap twice. It comes out to approximately 60 inches in length. This scarf looks super fun in this self-striping rainbow effect yarn, but would also look beautiful made with one solid color of yarn. When finished, this infinity scarf is approximately 60 inches long and 6 inches wide. I hope you love making this scarf! "Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf

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