The Fayre Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

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Hey Guy’s!

Today I will be sharing the Fayre scarf pattern. This scarf works up beautifully. A simple two row repeat is done to create the gorgeous textured look of this design.

This scarf was inspired from a stitch pattern I created from the Rustic Dish Cloth pattern I shared with you all a few months back. I’m actually not sure if this stitch pattern is already “known” or if I made it up. But, I love it so much I just had to turn it into a scarf!

The yarn I decided to use for this design was Hobby Lobby’s Yarn Bee Rustic Romantic in Red Roads. You can easily use any other medium 4 weight yarn.

Gauge:

Not important for this pattern.

Multiple:

Chain any odd number.

Notes:

  • This design is worked flat width wise up to create the length.

  • Chain two does not count as a stitch.

Abbreviations:

Ch - Chain

SC - Single Crochet

DC - Double Crochet

Materials:

Approx. 460 yards Medium (4) weight yarn (I used Yarn Bee’s Rustic Romantic in Red Roads)

6.00mm Crochet Hook

Scissors

Yarn Needle

Measuring Tape

Pattern:

Ch31

R1 - Turn, SC into the 2nd Ch from the hook, *DC, SC, Repeat from * across (30)

R2 - Ch2, *DC, SC, Repeat from * across (30)

R3 - Ch1, *SC, DC, Repeat from * across (30)

Repeat Rows 2 & 3 until you work measures 62-64”. The length will increase a few inches after blocking so keep that in mind.

Fasten off.

Fringe - 

Step 1 - Cut 3 strands of yarn measuring approx. 8” long.

Step 2 - Along the foundation row, begin placing fringe into every other stitch.

Step 3 - Fold strands in half, insert loop side first through stitch, don’t pull through all the way.

Step 4 - Take your hook and pull the loose end of the yarn strands through the loop.

Step 5 - Pull tight to finish off.

Repeat into every other stitch along the foundation row and last row.