I have started a new tradition! Every year before the winter months I make my husband a new scarf. He LOVES scarves. Every time we go yarn shopping he picks up all the textures he likes and tells me it would make an excellent scarf for him. So while at Michael’s a few weeks ago he picked up some Bernat Velvet yarn and I decided why not? It is finally getting close to scarf season so he needs a new one!
I picked up a single skein of the black (obviously not the skein in the photo above but it is the same brand and size) and went to work. The pattern is simple and should not take more than a few hours to complete.
What you need:
1 ball Bernat Velvet Black
Hook size 10
Row 1: Chain 120, connect final chain to first chain with Slip Stitch (be sure to not let the chains twist)
Row 2: Half double crochet (HDC) into each chain
Row 3: Chain 2, HDC into each chain
Row 4-21: Repeat Row 3
Tie off, weave in ends.
There you have it! Not a long post today, but I love this scarf and wanted to share it with you all! If you have any questions or concerns about the pattern please send me a message here, on Instagram, or on Facebook!
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