CaribeCHAIN STITCH FREE PATTERN
Today we have a VERY easy pattern for you, it’s so easy that you only need to use chain stitches to do it right. This pattern is a beginner level pattern. I made this chain stitch scarf last year and people liked it so we decided to share the pattern. (Also, you can use it as a necklace making less loops or with single strand instead of two).
I didn’t invent this pattern, there are a lot of versions out there but this is my personal version of the patterns I’ve read before.
The colors of this scarf are so beautiful with Katia’s New Nepal (color 201). It reminds me of the colors of my hometown so that’s why I called it “Caribe” (Caribbean).
And now, enjoy your pattern, so simple and fast and yet so beautiful.
- 9 mm hook
- Chunky yarn (Katia’s New Nepal , color 201, 100 g/ 3 oz, 100 m/109 y = 2 skeins)
- Stitch markers
- Yarn needle
[With two strands from each skein to make it chunkier.]
Use a stitch marker every 120 ch. At the end you should have 12 markers (that’s 1440 ch).
Organize the scarf so it goes around in loops (like a necklace). Do it carefully so the strands don’t overlay.
You can put it over your legs like this, so it’s easier:
Finally, to fasten it you can tie the yarn and go around tightening it. This part can be as wide as you like.
Weave in with the yarn needle and it’s ready!