Simple Chunky Crocheted Scarf

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I recently finished making this chunky scarf.  I think it will be perfect for Autumn which is just around the corner! The chestnut trees are already turning brown.

I made this scarf with a 12mm hook and Super Chunky yarn from Marriner Yarns.  The colourway I used is called Madonna.  This is a really simple pattern to hook up in no time and it makes a very thick and warm scarf!
 
Thank you for using my pattern and enjoy! I think I will be wearing this a lot this Autumn.
 
This pattern is written in US Terminology.
 
 
Making a Simple Chunky Crocheted Scarf
 
My scarf has a ripple effect along each side due to working the Double Crochet stitch into the first chain of the row.  If you would like a straight edge, work the first Double Crochet stitch into the second stitch when starting the row instead of the first stitch.
 
1. Start by making 12 chains.
 
2. Single Crochet back through all the chains, including the first chain.
 
3. Chain 1 and turn your work.
 
4. Single Crochet through row.
 
5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 two more times.  You will now have 4 rows of Single Crochet.
 
6. Chain 3 and turn your work. Double Crochet into the first space and continue to use Double Crochet through the row to the end.
 
7. Chain 1 and turn your work. Single Crochet through the row. Repeat this step three more times.This is the pattern I used for this scarf.  Four rows of Single Crochet, 1 row of Double Crochet.  Keep repeating this over and over until your scarf is your desired length, then fasten off.
 
I used just over 2 balls of Super Chunky yarn for this scarf.  In the places where you have joined a new thread of yarn you can weave in the ends and cut them, leaving a neat finish.
 
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