The Norton striped crochet scarf for men pattern is not only simple but classic and timeless.
Crocheting scarves as a handmade gift for him is easy, quick, and rewarding at the same time.
The Norton men striped crochet scarf is a thoroughly unisex scarf that has just the right amount of striped line throughout the width of the scarf.
And they are easy to customize with your desired need, so you can add more crocheted striped lines in between the row or change up with spring color.
Easy men striped crochet scarf pattern.
I was planning to design more men’s crochet hat and scarf patterns because I had a lot of grey color yarn left over.
This crochet striped scarf is really simple and made from crochet linen stitch, AKA moss stitch, with is beginner friendly and requires only one-row repeat, mostly single crochet and chain stitch.
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Supplies & materials.
- I used 10-ply yarn or 4 medium-weight worst yarn
- 2 color main color will be grey 2-3 skeins and cream color 1 skein
- 6 mm crochet hook
- Sewing yarn needle
Skill and abbreviations
- (American crochet terms)
- You will need to know how to make
- Sl st (slip stitch)
- sc which means single crochet
- ch, Chain
- slip knot
- Gauge: 3sc x 3 rows = 1 square inch
- Finished Size Approximately: one size fits all
Norton men’s crochet scarf length and width.
- 80 inches long without fringes
- 6 inches wide
This pattern is made for beginners! There is a basic skill level required to make.
The Norton men striped crochet scarf free pattern instruction.
Start off by making a slip knot, Then make 220 chains foundation chain. ( grey)
This scarf can be as wide or as narrow as you want it to be by simply adjusting the foundation chain to a lower number like ( 110, 140,160, or 180, even number) for the length.
And for the wide, simply add more rows or decrease rows.
Row 1:( grey) sc in each chain across, ch1 turn
Row 2:( grey) sc in the next stitch from hook * ch1, skip 1 st, sc in next st * repeat * to * across until the end of the row. Ch1 turn
Row 3: ( cream) sc in the first ch space * ch1, skip 1 st, sc in next ch space * repeat * to * across until the end of the row and make sc on the turning ch. Ch1 turn
Row4: ( cream) Repeat row 3
Row5-18: ( grey) Repeat row 3
Row19-20: ( cream) Repeat row 3
Row21: ( grey) Repeat row 3
Row 22-23:( grey) sc in each stitch across, ch1 turn
Weave in all ends with a yarn needle.
Adding the fringes (7 inches long ) at each end of the scarf.
Now you have your very own Norton scarf!
If you make one, I would love to see your creation tag me on Instagram! would love to see your creation.