Loqi Crocheted Scarf Pattern
That’s why I designed the Loqi Crocheted Scarf. This is an easy, fun, enjoyable project to crochet. It’s a GREAT way to use up your stash of fingering/sock yarn. It would even work really well with a ball of gradient or ombré yarn! Use your imagination and flex your creativity when choosing colors for this project. Consider this pattern when you need to make a gift for someone!
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The sample was made with a total of approximately 205 grams (820 yards) of various yarns. This is the perfect stash buster! Each of the long rows uses just under 8 (48 yards) grams of fingering weight yarn, and the two end sections use roughly 6.5 grams (26 yards) apiece.
Sheri is shown wearing the sample. She is 6’ tall. The scarf sample was blocked to 72 inches.
D (3.25 mm) crochet hook OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN THE CORRECT GAUGE.
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
23 sts and 16 rows = 4” in Double Crochet. Save time by taking time to check gauge.
Length: 72 inches.
Width: 8.25 inches.