Awesome Andrea Scarf

The Awesome Andrea Scarf is a beginner-friendly crochet scarf featuring two easy stitches. This fast crochet scarf with eye-catching fringes is one to add to your winter garderobe and can be worn fashionably in variety of ways. It’s the sixth design in my series of patterns dedicated to my extended family (people with the same condition as me).

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Awesome Andrea Scarf

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About Andrea

The Awesome Andrea Scarf is dedicated to Andrea from British Columbia, Canada. She’s married and has a hearty beautiful 5 year old son.

She runs a busy massage practice, enjoys teaching dance and perform as a volunteer for the local theatre group. Up till now, Andrea is the only grown up woman I know with this condition.

Amazing Andrea Shawl - free crochet scarf pattern
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About this design

As it can be very cold in Canada, I wanted to make a long, chunky scarf which can be wrapped around two times. The pattern works up very quickly with a 10mm hook and worsted weight yarn.

This fast crochet scarf pattern uses very easy crochet stitches: a combination of single crochet and double crochet. Thanks to its simplicity, it’s a beautifully meditative pattern. This pattern offers a great opportunity to learn the basics of crochet while also creating a beautiful functional item.

I’ve used a neutral color – grey – which matches with every coat & outfit. I decided to add fringes on both ends, because I think crochet fringe is the perfect touch; it adds an extra element to basic designs and is very easy to make.

Amazing Andrea Scarf - free beginner-friendly fast crochet scarf pattern with Lionbrand Touch of Alpaca yarn

About this special series of patterns

I was born with a (benign) tumor in my face. For more than 22 years my doctors did not know what it was exactly. In 2017 I did a second opinion and got diagnosed with an ultra rare condition. I immediately started searching for other people with this condition.

So far I have found about 20 people in the whole wide world. It’s amazing how many similarities we have and how much we look alike. I feel very grateful they came into my life.

Many of my upcoming patterns, including this one, will be special designs inspired by my new ‘extended family’ who have made a huge impact on me.

> Read more about me
> Read more about this special series of patterns

Awesome Andrea Scarf

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Materials

– 2 skeins of Lion Brand Touch Of Alpaca Bonus Bundle (worsted weight, 250g / 475m, 9oz / 520 yds)

– Crochet hook 10 mm (US N/P)

Finished size

Width: 28 cm / 11”
Length: 235 cm / 92.5”

The length of your scarf is easy to alter based on the number of rows that you crochet. You can make it smaller and shorter for a child’s size by simply making fewer rows.

Gauge

8 stitches and 6 rows equal 10 cm x 10 cm / 4” square

Stitches used

– st: stitch
– ch: chain
– sc: single crochet
– dc: double crochet

Notes

– The first 3 chains at the start of every row do not count as a stitch

Video

Below you can find a video tutorial of the Awesome Andrea Scarf.

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Fast crochet scarf

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Chain 27

Row 1:
skip first 3 chains, *1dc in next ch, 1sc in next ch; rep from * across row, turn (24)

Row 2:
ch 3, *1dc in next sc, 1 sc in next dc; rep from * across row, turn (24)

Row 3 – 140:
Repeat row 2 till your scarf measures 92.5″ or till you think it’s long enough

Fasten off, weave ends

How to add fringes to your scarf

1. Cut four fringes (40 cm / 15.5″ each) and fold in half.

2. Insert hook in a DC stitch and pull up the folded yarn loop.

3. Yarn over, pull all ends through loop on your hook.

4. With your fingers, pull gently to secure stitch.

Amazing Andrea Scarf -free fast crochet scarf pattern - fringes tutorial

Repeat in all DC stitches on both ends of the scarf.

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That’s it! Wrap your crochet scarf around your neck and enjoy using it.

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If you make this fast crochet scarf, please tag or mention me on Instagram @wilmawestenberg and add this pattern to your Ravelry queue. I would love to see what colors you used and feature some of your pictures!

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5 Comments

  • Reply
    Nancy
    28 January 2019 at 6:34 am

    A nice pattern thank you!

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    Carol
    24 January 2019 at 9:10 pm

    This is lovely, thank you so much for sharing your pattern..

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    Lorna
    21 January 2019 at 12:13 am

    Hi Wilma how fast het met je. Ik Ben Lorna. Ik Ben 58 jasr. Ik kom out Schotland…
    Ahhhh now your mins says Scottish but speak Netherlands. Well sweetheart I lived long time nr Eindhoven. Worked for a British Bank..I did not have to learn Dutch but I decided I would. I’m rusty and dont think I could manage to do a crochet pattern.
    I am delighted to have found you on You tube and Instagram. You can check me out then you will see what I get up to. Tomorrow I’m going to store to buy some nice wool to crochet one of your triangle patterns. Lorna xxx

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    Sara
    19 January 2019 at 4:53 am

    I think it is awesome I am trying to learn how to crochet. I crosstitch and embroidery and needlepoint and latchhook.

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    Emily
    18 January 2019 at 7:59 pm

    Hey Wilma,
    Wat een mooie sjaal weer. Ik blijf het zeggen maar vind het zo leuk dat je je patronen zo deelt. Echt super awesome. haha.
    Fijn weekend.

    Lieve groetjes,
    Emily

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