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Last year my dad asked me to make him a scarf. He picked out a stitch pattern he liked and we picked out yarn. A few months later, before I started the scarf, I was showing him the colors he picked, which included a dark blue. He asked me why there wasn't any maize to go with it. I went in search of new yarn so that his scarf would be maize and blue. My dad is always a Michigan Wolverine. Whatever your allegiance, I hope this scarf will help you show your true colors. (And from my dad, "Go Blue!")
The pattern is very flexible, you can adjust the length and width of your scarf, and you can use any yarn weight from fingering to bulky. Most importantly, if you add fringe, there are no ends to sew in!
Size: 60” / 152.5 cm long and just over 6” / 15.5 cm wide without fringe. Fringe adds approximately 12” / 30.5 cm to the length. Both length and width are easily adjustable.
Level: Beginner The scarf uses only basic stitches and a one row repeat. There is also a picture tutorial for the scarf and fringe.
The pattern is written in English using US crochet terms. The PDF download includes:
I made the scarf with We Crochet/ Knit Pick's Hawthorne and an E (3.5 mm) hook. The scarf can be made with yarn of a different weight and corresponding hook.
Approximate yardage: 595 yards (544 m) without fringe, 670 yards (613 m) with fringe.
Copyright Notice: This pattern is for your personal use. You may sell items made from this pattern. Providing credit to my Ravelry or Etsy store is appreciated. This pattern and the pictures in it may not be copied, distributed, rewritten, or resold.