I was in a scarf making mood and playing around with a cute pattern when I had the idea to make a scarf that would look like clouds in the sky. Hope you like it!
This is a fairly short scarf, if you desire a longer scarf start with a longer starting chain. The difference between the lighter weight simply soft and the thicker Homespun provides the definition and cloud-like nature.
NOTE: To really get this fluffy look you need to use homespun or similar yarn
1 skein light blue Simply Soft
1 skein Homespun white
Gauge: not needed
With G hook and light blue chain 85.
Round 1: YO twice and Triple crochet (trc) in 5th ch from hook. Triple in each ch. 5 triple in end ch, and continue around the other side with a triple in each chain, make 4 triples in the end and join in 4th ch of first triple. Switch to white and K hook.
Round 2: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc and ch 1 in same space, (2dc, ch1) in each triple all the way around the scarf. Join in 3rd ch of beginning ch3.
Round 3: Ch 3, dc in each dc around, including ch1 spaces. Finish off and weave in ends.
UPDATE: We made a few more in fun colors too! The first I did half of the last row in Homespun Ebony, the rest in Homespun Wildfire (Black simply soft to start)
Then I tested out what would happen if I used a Size H hook on the Simply Soft. The scarf is a bit wider and longer but just as curly! Used scraps so not sure the colors – beige Simply Soft and two shades of purple in Homespun (the darker purple is Grape)
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