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Crochet Chevron Arrow Skinny Scarf

Create a stylish and trendy accessory by crafting a slim scarf featuring a chevron arrow design using the art of crochet. This unique pattern adds a touch of sophistication to any outfit, making it a versatile piece that can be worn with both casual and formal attire. The combination of the chevron and arrow motifs creates a visually appealing texture that is sure to catch the eye. The slim design of the scarf makes it easy to style in a variety of ways, whether you prefer to wear it draped loosely around your neck or tied in a chic knot. With its intricate pattern and delicate stitches, this scarf is a statement piece that will elevate your look and add a touch of elegance to your wardrobe.

Materials:

Size K crochet hook
Soft yarn (medium weight)
Sewing needle

Gauge:
Not essential, but approximately 4"x60"

Special Stitches:
Dc2tog: (Double Crochet 2 together)- yarn over, insert hook into first chain, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, draw yarn through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, insert hook into second chain, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, draw yarn through 2 loops on hook, at this point you should have 2 partial double crochet stitches completed, and you should have 3 loops on your hook), draw yarn through all 3 loops on hook.
Dc3tog: (Double Crochet 3 together)- yarn over, insert hook into first chain, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, draw yarn through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, insert hook into second chain, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, draw yarn through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, insert hook into third chain, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, draw yarn through 2 loops on hook (at this point you should have 3 partial double crochet stitches completed, and you should have 4 loops on your hook), draw yarn through all 4 loops on hook.

Notes:

Scarf is worked in rows. The turning chain counts as the first double crochet, therefore you do not work the in the very first stitch of each row. That first stitch counts as the space the turning chain is worked in.

You may attach new colors at the beginning of any row, and each chevron block can be as big as you desire. In the samples I photographed I did 3 rows for each color block. The first row is a beginning row that starts the chevron pattern, and after that you can do either the solid chevron or light chevron row patterns for the remainder of the scarf.

Pattern:
Ch 16
Row 1: dc2tog in 3rd and 4th ch from hk, 1 dc in next 4 ch, 5 dc in next ch, 1 dc in next 4 ch, dc3tog in last 3 ch, turn.
Row 2(solid chevron): ch 2 (counts as first dc), dc2tog in next two stitches, 1 dc in next 4 ch, 5 dc in next ch, 1 dc in next 4 ch, dc3tog in last 3 ch, turn.
Repeat row 2 to make solid pattern scarf. Alternate colors as desired. Finish off when you have reached your desired length and weave in ends.

Light chevron row pattern: ch 2 (counts as first dc), dc2tog in next two stitches, sk 1, ch 1, 1 dc in next st, sk 1, ch 1, 1 dc in next st, ch 1, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch, ch 1, 1 dc in next, sk 1, ch 1, dc in next, sk 1, ch 1, dc3tog in last 3 ch, turn.

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