Climbing Ivy Super Scarf Crochet Pattern
Charity has always been a big part of where my crochet heart is at, so I’m excited to be a part of this year’s scarf drive. Sonya from Blackstone Designs has done all the legwork and gotten a great group of designers together to create scarf patterns. The intent is for the crochet community to reach out and donate to help those in need. There are so many places that these scarves can be donated to. Think about schools, hospitals, homeless shelters, or even wrap them around a park bench with a note for someone who may be spending the night on that bench.
I decided for my scarf I wanted to do a super scarf for two reasons. First of all, they’re all the rage this year. But secondly, I have a heart for the homeless and a super scarf would be just a bit of extra warmth for someone out there that may need it.
Climbing Ivy Super Scarf
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Finished Size: Scarf – approx. 11½” wide x 105” long.
Yarn: #5 bulky weight yarn – 15 oz.
- Sample made with Charisma Big! by Loops & Threads in colorway “Forest”
Hook: Size – L/11 (8.00 mm)
Notions: Yarn Needle
Row 1: (dc, sc) in 4th ch from hook, sk next 3 chs, *(dc, sc) in next ch, sk next 3 chs, rep from * across, turn. (7 dc, sc combos)
Row 2: Ch 2, *(dc, sc) in 1st dc, *ch 3, (dc, sc) in next dc, rep from * across, turn.
Rows 3 – 140: Rep Row 2.
If you’re not familiar with the super scarf, Yarnspirations has a great video.
If you haven’t already, join us over at the Charity Drive FB group! I’d love to hear where you’re donating your scarves to.
If you need ideas for places you can donate to, check out my Crochet from the Heart post.
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