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Crochet Pattern | Para Scarf


girl standing in the woods wearing a handmade tapered crochet triangle scarf featuring a ribbed texture hemmed in by an i-cord border

Introducing the Para Scarf crochet pattern.


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The Design

The Para Scarf is a luxurious, cozy, oversize tapered scarf featuring a minimalistic ribbed crochet texture hemmed in with an applied i-cord edging. Wear it wrapped multiple times around your neck, draped over your shoulders as a shawl/wrap, or make a mini version and wear it as a sweet, dainty neck kerchief.


girl standing in the woods wearing a handmade tapered crochet triangle scarf featuring a ribbed texture hemmed in by an i-cord border

Fit + Sizing

The Para Scarf is written for 2 sizes—Large and Small. The large is an oversize winter scarf and the small is a neck kerchief.

Size

Length

Width

Large

92"

13"

Small

33"

5.5"


Materials

As written, you'll need category 4 worsted or category 3 DK weight yarn in the amounts of:

  • Large | 875yds category 4 worsted weight yarn

  • Small | 150yds category 3 DK weight yarn


Other materials you'll need:

  • 5mm crochet hook for size Large (1 for the main part and 2 for the i-cord edging)

  • 4mm crochet hook for size Small (1 for the main part and 2 for the i-cord edging)

  • tapestry needle

  • scissors


Yarn Substitutions

The yarns I used for my samples have been discontinued (WeCrochet Felici Worsted undyed and KnitCrate Audine Wools Chill), but you can substitute many many yarns for this pattern. The ones closest to the yarn I used are at the top of the sub list below. You can also check out Yarn Sub. I always recommend gauging prior to starting your project to make sure the fabric stitches and texture are to your liking. For more on gauge, you can read this blog.



Required Skills

  • basic sts and st combos

  • working flat

  • duplicate st

  • gauging

  • increasing/decreasing

  • loop recognition

  • stitch anatomy

  • applied i-cord to an edge

  • understanding of the use of brackets, parentheses, and/or asterisks

  • following a pattern with minimal or no photo/video references and tutorials

  • experience reading a pattern



Shop + Make

The pattern is available here in the pattern shop on my website, but is also available on Ravelry, LoveCrafts, WeCrochet (coming soon), and Etsy.


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Copyright

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Pattern Design: The Cozy Knot/Tanya Johnson www.TheCozyKnot.com


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marycarol.durr
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I bought a bunch of your patterns! They’re all beautiful but I’ll be making this scarf first in the large version. I really appreciated the YouTube video for the finishing cord!

Thích
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