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I sold a red and orange fuzzy scarf to a friend of mine at the craft fair, and she asked me to make her daughters a fuzzy toque and scarf set for Christmas.The pattern is really easy, but this yarn is a bit tricky to work with. It’s really hard to see where your stitches are.  Make sure that you are counting your stitches every row.  If you miss a couple you can just increase (or decrease if you have a few too many), it’s very forgiving.

When I looked online I didn’t really see this yarn available, I get it at a local store.  So I have decided to sell it on my Etsy store if you can’t source it locally.

Fuzzy Toque

What You Need

Stitches Used

  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet
  • slst – slip stitch

Important Tip

The chain 2 at the beginning of each row is not counted, and do not work in it.  Slip Stitch to the first double crochet in the round, and work the first stitch of that row in the same stitch as the chain.

Fuzzy Toque Pattern

ch 6, slst into a circle

Row 1 – ch 2, 21 double crochet into the circle. slst to 1st dc (21)

Row 2 – ch 2, 2 dc in each around.  slst to 1st dc (42)

Row 3 – ch 2, dc in each around.  slst to 1st dc (42)

Row 4 – ch 2, *dc in 4 st, 2 dc in next* repeat around.  slst to 1st dc (50)

Row 5 – 14 –  ch 2, dc in each around.  slst to 1st dc (50)

Fasten off.

Fuzzy Scarf

What you need

Stitches Used

  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet

Fuzzy Scarf Pattern

ch 27 loosely

Row 1 – dc in 4th chain from hook (counts as first dc), and in each across (25)

Row 2 – ch 3, dc in each across

Repeat row 2 until you run out of tarn, or you are happy with the length.

 

 

 

 

 

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