This crochet scarf size chart includes common scarf sizes for kids and adults.
Crochet scarves are fun to make because you can usually choose any stitch pattern and then easily change it according to the thread and hook you want to use. You may worry a little less about the indicator.
It is important to note that you will want to make sure that the yarn and hook you choose to use will create a fabric that is soft enough for the scarf to be worn comfortably. Especially if the scarf is to be wrapped. If the fabric is too hard (tightly crocheted), it will not bend very well or it will not be comfortable to wear.
SOCK IT TO ME SCARF & HEADBAND
Scarf measures 4” wide x 60” long (each half measures 4” wide x 30” long).
Headband measures 3” wide (including ruffle) x 18”
long (slightly stretched).
RED HEART® “Heart & Sole® with Aloe”: 2 balls 3965
Crochet Hooks: 5mm [US H-8] and 5.5mm [US I-9]
GAUGE: 16 sts = 4”; 10 rows = 4” in scarf pattern, using
smaller hook; 20 sts = 4” in headband pattern (slightly
stretched lengthwise), using larger hook and holding 2
strands of yarn together. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any
size hook to obtain the gauge.
Wool blend sock yarn with aloe is the perfect weight and smoothness for comfy spirited accessories like this crocheted headband and scarf. The color changing yarn makes for fun style, while still being washable.