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Smiley Pocket Scarf


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If you're happy and you know it, make a scarf! Create this fun pocket scarf to keep hands warm and happy! The scarf features rounded edges and smiley face pockets. The pattern features 2 sizes - child and adult. Instructions are included to adjust the scarf for a custom length. This was inspired by my niece and her sunny personality and love for all things smiley face! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain single crochet half-double crochet slip stitch increase GAUGE 6 stitches and 9 rows = 4" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Child (4-12 years) - 50" (1.4m) long x 5" (12.7cm wide Adult - 60" (1.52m) long x 5 1/2" (14 cm) wide Custom Size - instructions to adjust scarf for custom length. SUGGESTED YARN 5 ounces of Worsted weight COLORWAY Yellow

Supplies Needed

  • 5 oz (170g) yellow worsted weight yarn
  • Size J (6.0mm) crochet hook
  • Size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook

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Lori Thompson Design
Lori Thompson Design
I love to make things! Rarely will you find me without a crochet hook or knitting needles in hand working on a project. And I love to sew and scrapbook, too! My husband and daughter tease me about my crafty obsession. But they are pretty happy, too, when they score something handmade. I learned my crafting skills at an early age. I come from a crafty family and learned a lot from my mother and grandmother who taught me to crochet and craft. My 4-H leaders filled in the gaps, teaching me how to knit and sew. Then I studied Fashion Design and Home Economics at Kansas State University. Now, I have the privilege of passing these skills down to my daughter. I have to admit, it wasn’t easy for me to learn. I struggled with reading patterns and following instructions, so I designed most of my own projects. But over time, I finally learned how to follow a pattern and began writing my own patterns. I always like to share this experience with others who are learning to show them that with practice and perseverance, they can learn, too. Happy Stitching!