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Alamos Crochet Big Scarf

Don’t you just love quick and beautiful projects? The Alamos Crochet Big Scarf scarf is easy to crochet in just one evening and makes a beautiful gift. It’s easy to adjust the length and width, and with soft bulky yarn, it’s a for sure win.

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Alamos Crochet Big Scarf Supplies:

9.0mm (M/N hook)


Bernat Roving in color of choice (or any bulky yarn)

Alamos Crochet Big Scarf

Abbreviations / Information
ch- Chain
sc- Single Crochet
Fsc- Foundation Single Crochet
fpsc- Front Post Single Crochet
bpsc- Back Post Single Crochet
dc- double crochet
cos- cross over stitch (explained in pattern with pictures)

Possible Yarn Substitutes (always check gauge):
Patons Classic Wool Roving
Hobby Lobby I Love This Chunky
Lion Brand Lion’s Pride Woolspun
Red Heart Heads Up
Bergere De France Duvetine
Schoeller + Stahl Alpha
Katia Kathmandu or Galia or Alaska

Gauge: 4 x4 inches:
4 double crochet rows x 8 stitches
Skill Level: Easy

Yardage: 230-360 yards
Measurements (not including fringe):
Small: 6 inches wide x 60 ½ inches long
Medium: 7 inches wide x 76 inches long
Large: 8 1/2 inches wide x 90 inches long

Alamos Crochet Big Scarf


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