Ever wanted to make something super quick, super easy and brimming full of texture?? Well the Mini Bean Stitch crochet scarf is the perfect pattern for you – and even better it’s here as a Free Pattern and a video showing you how to do it.
When I say quick – this scarf is made a couple of hours, maybe even quicker, and just look at the texture – no more boring “Double crochet’s here”.
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Just look at this texture!
This worked up super quickly, an hour, maybe 2, and I had the scarf complete.
Mini Bean Stitch crochet scarf
You will need:
Small amount of cotton yarn
Abbreviations – USA Terms
Ch – Chain
YO – Yarn Over
Mini bean stitch – go through the stitch, YO, pull back through, YO, through the stitch again, YO, pull back through, YO pull back through all 4 loops, Ch 1.
Pattern for the Mini Bean Stitch Scarf
Chain 15, make one mini bean stitch in the third chain from the hook, * skip one chain, make a mini bean stitch in the next chain * repeat to the end. [7 mini bean stitches]
Row 2: Chain 1. Make one mini bean stitch in the side of the first mini bean stitch on the previous row, repeat across.
Rows 3- end. Repeat row 2 until you’ve run out of yarn.
Make 2 pom poms, then make running stitch to gather the ends of the scarf in, and sew on a pom pom.
Happily – I’ve made a video for you to make the whole scarf too………. enjoy.
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