Recycled Sari Ribbon Scarf
On December 23, 2016 | Knitting and Crochet | Leave a Comment
This scarf fits snuggly round the neck and takes just one skein of our sari ribbon yarn and, depending on your level of skill, can be made in an evening. Please note that the stitch used throughout is single crochet, if you are from the USA, or double crochet, if you are from the UK.
You will require:
One skein of sari ribbon yarn
One extra large wooden crochet hook
One large diameter round button of your own color choice
Length of 8 inches natural hemp twine
With the crochet hook and sari ribbon yarn crochet eight chains. Turn and crochet into the second chain from the hook, then continue to crochet into each stitch to the end of the row. Crochet one chain, turn and crochet into each stitch to the end of this second row. Repeat this row until the scarf is 30 inches long, then fasten off. Use the remaining sari ribbon yarn to cut into lengths of approximately 8 inches to make the fringe. Finally, tie your button to the scarf with the hemp twine.
This scarf fits snugly round the neck and sits comfortably on the shoulders. If you want a longer scarf, just use a second skein of sari ribbon silk and continue to follow the pattern until the scarf is the desired length.