New! Reversible Ribbed Crocheted Scarf Pattern

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by Chandi on February 2, 2012

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New! Reversible Ribbed Crocheted Scarf Pattern

Here is another cool pattern for ya! It’s easy. It’s quick. And yet eye-catching. Perfect!

I stood by my dad’s wood pile and just loved it as a backdrop:


So, as promised in the previous post showing off my gorgeous hand-spun yarn process, here is the super cool, funky and awesome crocheted scarf pattern! I promise it is quite easy and even a beginner can do it. I really adore patterns that look really neat but are very simple and almost mindless. My favorite! So let’s get started.

Ravelry Link

Yarn: Any Worsted Weight, 2 different colors, approximately 150-200 yards of each color

•For color 1, I used my own hand-spun.

•For color 2, I used my Juicy Bounce Sock Yarn (none available for sale at the moment) that I dyed in a clear denim blue shade, held double (since it is a fingering weight).

Hook: US Size J

Gauge: Not terribly important here, so don’t stress over it.

Abbreviations: Hdc=half double crochet

Let’s Begin.

ROW 1:

•Color 1: Chain 250 (or as long as you want your scarf to be).

•Skip the first 2 chains and hdc into next stitch and in every chain across.You should end up with 248 hdc. Turn your work.

ROW 2:

•Color 2: Attach the second color and chain 1. *Hdc into the back loop only of the hdc in the row beneath. Continue from * to end of row.
TIP: If you tend to have “wiggly,” uneven sides to anything you crochet, just count and make sure you still have the same number of hdc (248 on every row).

•Repeat the previous row 20 times, changing colors each row.

Finishing: Weave in all the ends. Block if desired.

This pattern is so cool because it’s reversible! One side looks one color, while the other side is a different color! So impressive, yet so easy!


I’ve been doing a little shopping while in the south (there’s not much shopping in AK), so I’m showing off my new navy vest and skirt. Plus I found my old butterscotch Ugg boots! YAY!



To wear the scarf, I have it wrapped around twice and then pinned in the front:20120202-094738.jpg

And if you’re wondering, the pin is my sterling silver dolphin pin I purchased at a yarn shop. It’s perfect for all my scarves and shawls and cowls.

I’ll be showing another version of this crochet scarf in contrasting colors, because this is technically reversible and it looks different on each side, but you can’t really tell with these similar colors.

If you have any questions or anything is unclear, let me know! I hope you enjoy!

Peace and Light!


About the author

Chandi Hi, I'm Chandi! I'm a self-professed lover of all things yarn. I'm an avid knitter, crocheter, wool dyer, fleece and roving spinner and occasional felter! I offer beautiful, inspiring, hand-painted yarns and deliver the best of all yarn-related tutorials I can on my blog.

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