Cookies n Cream Circle Scarf (Crochet)





It's officially fall!! This time of year is every yarn addict's dream. We finally get to whip out those hats, scarves, mittens, and leg warmers we've been dreaming about all year.

I'm sure if you've been here before, you've noticed I have a slight beanie addiction. Up until now, every pattern on this blog has been a hat of sorts. I'd like to tell you all that the obsession stems from sensible thinking and an impeccable fashion sense, but I'd just be lying to myself. If I'm being honest, I'm lazy and it's a quick way to get out of having to do my hair in the morning. Who doesn't want to look cute AND get out the door faster to hit up their local coffee shop for a pumpkin spice latte? Am I right?

But, as we head into the season of baggy sweaters and leggings that count as pants, I thought I'd give one finally nod to summer (I also promised on Instagram last week that my next post wouldn't be a hat pattern). So, I present to you the Cookies n Cream Circle Scarf!

I don't know about y'all, but ice cream is definitely in my top 5 favorite things about summer. With this scarf I can literally get cozy in cold weather -- wrapped up in my favorite warm weather memories. To me, that's just a good way to kick off the season! At the risk of sounding basic, I'll leave ya'll with this quote:

"Isn't it ironic?" -Alanis Morissette 

Feel free to sell items you make using this pattern and don't forget to pin it to your Pinterest boards if you want to save it to try later! You can also tag me on Instagram (@i_can_knot_even) so I can connect with ya'll and see your awesome work! As always, happy hooking!


XoXo

   - Katie 

Now let's get started!

Cookies n Cream Circle Scarf

Materials
·         worsted weight yarn in a light color ( Color A)
·         worsted weight yarn in a contrasting color (Color B) – this color will only be used for a few rounds, so you may be able to get away with using yarn from your scrap collection!
·         5.5 mm crochet hook
·         Scissors
·         Yarn needle for weaving in ends

Abbreviations
·         CH- chain
·         SLST- slip stitch
·         HDC- half double crochet

Notes
·         CH 2 at the beginning of rounds never counts as a stitch
·         Scarf can be sized up or down as long as the beginning chain is an even number (Try chaining 88 to create a cowl).
·         You’ll notice a repeat pattern with this scarf. Feel free to add more rows of the repeat pattern to increase the width of the scarf.


Pattern:

 With color A, CH 170. SLST into the first CH to create a loop

Round 1-2: CH 2. In the same stitch, HDC and HDC in every stitch around. SLST into the top of the first HDC to close the round.

Round 3: With color B, CH 2. In the same stitch, HDC into the third back loop. HDC into every third back loop of every stitch around ( you will know if you’re doing it right because your row will begin to look like a “raised braid”). SLST into the top of the first HDC to close the round.

Round 4-5: With color A, CH 2. In the same stitch, HDC into the third back loop. HDC into the third back loop of every stitch around. SLST into the top of the first HDC to close the round.

Round 6: With color A, CH 2.  In the same stitch, HDC.  Then,** CH 1, Skip one stitch, HDC into the next stitch. Repeat from ** until the end of the round ( you should end with a CH 1). SLST into the top of the first HDC to close the round.

Round 7: With color A, CH 2.  In the same stitch, HDC. Then, HDC in the hole created by the CH 1 space from the previous round.  Continue to HDC into the top of the HDCs from the previous round, then HDC into the holes of the CH 1 spaces until you reach the end ( you should end with a HDC in a CH 1 space). SLST to the top of the first HDC to close the round.

Round 8:  Repeat Round 3
Round 9-10: Repeat Rounds 4-5
Round 11: Repeat Round 6
Round 12: Repeat Round 7
Round 13: Repeat Round 3
Round 14-15: Repeat Rounds 4-5
Round 16: repeat Round 6
Round 17: Repeat Round 7
Round 18: Repeat Round 3
Round 19-20: Repeat Rounds 4-5

Round 21: With color A, CH 2. In the same stitch, HDC. Then, HDC in every stitch around ( this row will help match the starting edge). 







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