What is the best width for a scarf?
The width of the scarf is your choice. Most scarves are between 6 and 8 inches. Yours can be skinnier or wider. There is no right or wrong.
What crochet stitch should I use for a scarf?
1. Single Crochet. Single crochet is the simplest stitch in all of crochet, but that doesn’t mean it can’t hold its own in a scarf. It’s great for relaxing stitching, and because it makes a somewhat dense fabric, you can go up a hook size or two to give your scarf some drape.
How many rows long should a scarf be?
Keep alternating colors as instructed, doing 12 rows of each, until the scarf reaches a desired length. The scarf, when finished, will have a pattern of three different colors.
How much yarn do I need to crochet a scarf?
Estimating How Much Yarn to Buy
|Yarn Weight Category||Stitches per Inch||Yards Needed for a Scarf|
|3 Light||5 to 6||250|
|4 Medium||4 to 5||200|
|5 Bulky||3 to 4||150|
|6 Super bulky||1.5 to 3||125|
How long should a crochet cowl scarf be?
Try 12–24 inches for a single-wrap cowl and 8–12 inches for a longer cowl. The cowl should be at least 18 inches tall if you want to wear it as a snood.
Why is my scarf getting wider as I crochet?
If your work is getting wider and you didn’t intend for it to, that means you’ve unknowingly added stitches somewhere. To trim your project back down to size, count the stitches in the last row to determine how many extra stitches you have.