Monday, November 16, 2009



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Materials: 4ozs of any 4-ply Soft or Sport yarn ‘I’ hook Yarn Needle

(If using worsted weight yarn, use ‘J’ hook)

Size: 5” x 33”

Gauge: 3dc & 2rows=1”

Abbreviations: Ch-chain sl st-slip stitch sc-single crochet dc-double crochet rev sc-reverse single crochet (sc, working from left to right)

Note: Ch2, does not count as a dc

Row 1: Ch 122, dc in the 3rd ch from the hook, and in each ch across, turn (120 dc)

Rows 2-4: Ch2, dc across, turn

Row 5: Ch2, dc across the next 86dc, ch13, skip 13dc, dc across remaining dc, turn

Row 6: Ch2, dc across each dc and ch, turn

Rows 7-9: Ch2, dc across, turn

Keyhole Edging:

With right side facing, join yarn to 1st dc of opening, sc around, join end off

Outer Edging:

Row 1: With right side facing, working along all sides, sc around, working 3sc at each corner, join

Row 2: For Women, (sc in the next st, sl st in the next st) around, join, end off

Row 2: For Men, rev sc around, join, end off

Weave ends

Copyright © 2009 That Crochet Guy

Please do not reproduce, sell or distribute this pattern by any means.

You may sell your finished work made from this pattern.


Anonymous said...

Than; you so much for this... I have been looking for a keyhole scarf pattern... LynnA

Anonymous said...

This is great! I have been looking for a scarf like this that would be good for men at the homeless shelter & soup kitchen. Thanks so much Ken!

Laryssa Shainberg said...

I would love to share your blog with my son's crochet club. They have a few boys and I would love to show them your patterns. You are a great textile artist.