Soybean Mesh Scarf Pattern - Crochet
This scarf is made with just one skein of my SoySoft fingering weight yarn. The body of the scarf is worked first, then you will crochet the edging around to finish.
Although this is a scarf, if you have a smaller frame it can be worn as a wrap or shoulder shawl.
You should feel comfortable using the techniques listed below to crochet this scarf. If you need help with the stitches used in this pattern, you can find information from the CYCA website here.
Skill Level: Easy
- Chain stitch
- Single crochet
- Double crochet
- Half double crochet
Approximately 14" wide and 62" long after blocking
- US Size K hook
- 1 skein Sapphires-n-Purls SoySoft Fingering (100% Soybean – 4 oz (115 gr)/378 yds (345 m)
- Yarn needle/crochet hook for weaving in ends
- Wool wash/gentle soap (optional)
- Blocking Materials:
- T-Pins, blocking mat and wires. Blocking mat and/or wires aren’t necessary, you can pin your scarf out onto a spare bed or even the floor. Any place where the scarf won’t be disturbed by curious pets or little ones will work just as well as a blocking mat.
After check out, you will receive an email with a link to download the pattern. If you do not receive the email, or the link isn't working, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send a copy of the pattern to you.
Much thanks to my sister Leah for designing this pattern and making the sample.