LTC Scarf


Allena Williams


LTC = Learn To Crochet.
This scarf is great for teaching the basics of crochet. It’s simple enough that you can make it as long as you want by making your beginning chain longer (as long as it’s divisible by 3) You can also make it as wide as you like by repeating the rows until it’s what you like. Then you add the edging and Viola you’re done!

You can use any yarn that catches your eye too this is a great project!

Materials List

1 skein of worsted weight yarn, 200 – 366 yards (I use caron simply soft)
H (5 mm) hook

yarn needle

Finished Size

this scarf can be as long as you’d like it to be.


this pattern is for learning how to crochet and the gauge isn’t important.


sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet

dc = double crochet

Ch 3 counts as 1st dc.

Ch 2 counts as 1st hdc.

*For an added feminine touch you could use a length of ribbon and thread it through the edging and tie the ends in a sharp bow.

The Pattern

Body of scarf Ch 151
Row 1 Sc in 2nd chain from the hook. Sc across. (150 sts)
Row 2 Ch 3 counts as 1st dc. Dc across
Row 3 Ch 2 counts as 1st hdc. Hdc across
Row 4 Ch 3 counts as 1st dc. Dc across

Row 5 ch 1 sc across.

100_1430Edging, you will now be working all the way around the scarf.
Turn, Ch 3 (counts as 1st dc) dc in next stitch. Ch 1. skip next stitch. *1 dc in
the next 2 stitches. Ch 1 skip next stitch. Repeat from * around. The corners
are made by ch 3 instead of ch 1. End with a ch 3 and join in the top of the
beginning ch 3.

Weave in all ends and enjoy!

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