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Crochet a ribbed camo scarf for a child

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Yarn - Lily Sugar’n Cream (color : Cottage RENEGATE) / medium 4 / 3 oz (85 g) / 150 yards (138 m) / less than 1.5 balls needed
Hook - H/8 (5.00 mm) or other size hook needed for the gauge
Gauge - blsc 15 in 4 inches
Scarf Length - 46 inches (117 cm)
Complexity - Easy

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Beginner friendly camo scarf crochet pattern - ribbed stitch
Step-by-step crochet instructions
Step 1
Make a foundation chain of 122 chain stitches or more, depending on how long you want the scarf to be.
Step 2
Ribbing pattern
1st row – h2ch, sc to end plus RC1
2nd row – h2ch, bl sc to end + RC1
Work following rows as 2nd one until you crochet 14 rows (7 ribs) or the desired width of the camo scarf
Step 3
Edge – ch1, sc1 above each row.
You should work 14 sc or more if you’ll have more ribbing rows. After that, cut the yarn and secure it.
Attach the yarn on the opposite side of the scarf or work an extra row of bl sc down to the other side of the scarf and work the same edge. Lastly, cut the yarn and secure it.

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Abbreviations
ch – chain
blsc – back loop single crochet
h2ch – insert a hook into a second chain from your hook (do not count the stitch that is on the hook)
RC – returning chain
sc – single crochet

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How to crochet a scarf for a child - easy for beginners pattern