A So. Cal. Winter Scarf Pattern
Here's a pattern - really easy - for a scarf that can be worn almost all year round. It's especially good for a southern California winter when you don't need a ton of warmth because - even though you're standing in the snow, the sun is shining and warm. The scarf is light and airy but provides just enough warmth and style for a nice winter day.
I ball bulky yarn. I used Sensations Angel Hair available at Joann's.
Size S crochet hook
Row 1: ch 13, sc in second chain from hook and in each ch across (12 sc)
Row 2: Turn, ch 4, dc in first sc (beg V-stitch) *skip 2 sc, V-stitch in next sc (dc, ch1, dc) three times. Dc in last sc. ch 1 turn.
Row 3: sc in each dc and ch 1 space across.
Repeat rows 2 and 3 until scarf is desired length. I found 1 ball of angel hair was the perfect length scarf.
You can reserve the end of the ball and use the remaining yarn to make fringe for each end of your scarf. Either way it looks great.
I used a partially used ball of angel hair to make a cowl, using the same pattern and just slip stitching the ends together to form a circular scarf.