One of the first patterns I favorited on Ravelry was Lorraine Hern’s Bionic Wrap Scarf (pattern available on Ravelry and My PDF Patterns). Well… when I was about to pay for the pattern, I realized you needed two needles and not a hook to make this scarf. It was a knit pattern, so much for that idea. Over the months, I’ve continued to love the oversized stitch look and have been drawn back to this scarf time and time again.
The Bionic Wrap Scarf was the inspiration behind my crocheted Supersized See My Stitches Scarf which I had a blast making and LOVE wearing. I have decided this is my favorite scarf and I want to make a zillion more. It’s very simple and a lot of fun.
2 skeins Charisma by Loops & Threads (218 yards Bulky weight yarn, a fun bright multi color yarn is highly recommended, uses exactly all the yarn)
16mm crochet hook
Abbreviations (US terms used):
Ch = Chain
SC = Single Crochet
HDC = Half Double Crochet
FHDC = Foundation Half Double Crochet
BLO = Back Loops Only
Supersized See My Stitches Scarf Pattern:
Hold 2 strands of yarn together throughout the entire pattern.
Leave a 6.5″-7″ tail when starting, this will become part of the fringe.
Row 1: Ch 2, 95 FHDC (super easy alternative: you can Ch 97, then 95 HDC if you are afraid of FHDC, but I really recommend FHDC)
Row 2: Ch 2, HDC in BLO
Row 3-4: repeat Row 2
Finish off leaving a 6.5″-7″ tail.
Then add the fringe.
Cut 18 13” strands.
Incorporate starting and ending ends of the scarf into the fringe so you don’t have to weave them in.
Thread 4 sets of 2 strands on the side with the ends and 5 sets of 2 strands on the other end of the scarf, push the loop in, then bring all the loops together and pull all the ends through at one time so it makes one big knot and one big fringe on each end.
Uses EXACTLY all the yarn.