When I first started knitting and crocheting, all I made were scarves. Chunky scarves, ribbed scarves, stiff and unwearable scarves that would then be unravelled.
A scarf is the perfect pandemic project for those who want to learn a new stitch pattern without committing to a project you’ll never finish (ahem, abandoned blanket #3, incomplete sweater #5, back panel of a cardigan.)
So this holiday season, my gift to you is the Eastside Scarf crochet pattern — the least successful pattern design in my online shop — for free! (Or you can purchase the printer-friendly version to support a small business. It will be yours to keep forever and ever! You do you.)
This crochet project was intentionally designed to look like a knitted ribbed scarf. It is worked flat and joined together at the ends to create a beautiful ribbed infinity scarf. Any medium weight yarn can be used.
As with any patterns, please don’t copy and resell the instructions. Feel free to post photos of the #eastsidescarf, sell your finished creations and tag me @nextstitch.Continue reading “Free Crochet Pattern: Eastside Scarf”
An ad-free, printer-friendly version of this crochet pattern is available in the Etsy shop for a small fee. All money raised from the sale of this pattern will be donated to a cause in support of the fight against COVID-19.
This easy amigurumi pattern takes our fascination with hoarding toilet paper to a new level. Turn this squishy roll of 2-ply to a keychain to remind you that you’re never alone when you stay at home.
Also, please do not copy and resell this pattern. If the world doesn’t end and postal service is fully running, you can sell your creations.
- White medium weight yarn
- Brown medium weight yarn (optional)
- Black medium weight yarn for face
- Keychain clasp or ring (optional)
- 3.5 mm crochet hook (size E)
- Stitch markers
- Yarn needle