Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern

 

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(Find a digital copy of this pattern in my stores, Ginger Peachy Store on Ravelry and Etsy!)

 

When I design crochet patterns, I can get a little crazy about a particular idea and then second guess it’s practicality.

 

The Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf was one of those that warranted a second guess.

 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern at Ginger-Peachy.com

 

I loved the way it worked up with the super bulky yarn but I spent a good quantity of time deciding whether it made the grade or not. Was it too chunky? Was it too long?

 

However, it’s here, ready to be shared with you because I couldn’t let it go. The chunkiness, the scrunchy texture of the stitch, the luscious colors! Yeah, it’s a go.

 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern at Ginger-Peachy.com

 

When I started to design this scarf I already knew I wanted it long and wide. I selected the Crunch stitch pattern because of it’s simplicity but utter treasure in texture (find a beautiful tutorial for it by Olivia at HopefulHoney.com). It’s as simple as slip stitch and half double crochet! Frankly, I had to stare at it for a while to figure out how alternating between those two simple stitches made such a beautiful fabric —  and I’m the one that crocheted it!

 

Now all that there is to do is keep my fingers crossed that we’ll have another cold snap and I’ll get to actually wear my Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf before Spring.

 

This honestly should work up in just a few hours, it’s that easy! Take a look at the free pattern and give it a go!

 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern at Ginger-Peachy.com

 

 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf

 

 

Skill Level Easy

 

Finished Size
7 inches wide x 80 inches long

 

Materials
Super bulky weight yarn – I used Big Twist Natural Blend in Aged Brass (2 skeins) and Winter Blend (1 skein)
Yardage: 280 yards
Crochet hook P/11.50

 

Gauge
4 sc + 4 rows = 3 inches square

 


 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern at Ginger-Peachy.com

 

Color pattern
50 rows in yellow
50 rows in white
50 rows in yellow

 

Personally I did about 55 rows in each color but when I was finished I didn’t have enough yarn for fringe and I wasn’t sure I wanted them after so much length. So you decide!

 

Stitches and Abbreviations
Ch (chain)
Hdc (half double crochet)
Sl st (slip stitch)
St (stitch)
Sts (stitches)
Beg (beginning)

 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern at Ginger-Peachy.com

 

 

SCARF
Row 1: chain 13 loosely, sl st in 3rd ch from hook, * hdc in next ch, sl st in next ch, repeat from * across: 12 sts
Row 2 – 150: ch 2 (counts as hdc), turn, sl st in next hdc, hdc in next sl st, repeat from * across, sl st in tch: 12 sts
Finish off.

 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern at Ginger-Peachy.com

 

If the scarf isn’t too long for you, add some fringe to the ends! Or try tassels.

 

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Now wrap that baby around your neck and head out into the cold! (Do it for me, since it’s about 60 degrees here.)

 

What do you honestly think about my Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf? Leave a comment in the section below!

 

Long & Chunky Hadassah Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern at Ginger-Peachy.com

 

(Find a digital copy of this pattern in my stores, Ginger Peachy Store on Ravelry and Etsy!)

 

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This is an original pattern created and designed by Amy Yarbrough of Ginger Peachy. You are welcome to copy the pattern for personal use but do not sell the pattern, distribute, or reprint it. Feel free to share a link to the pattern. You can sell products made from this pattern but please credit me, Amy Yarbrough of Ginger Peachy. Do not mass produce or factory manufacture using my pattern. Thanks for respecting the wishes of the designer, and be sure to ask me if you have any questions regarding this copyright.

 

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