Make This Colorful Crochet Curly Shirley Scarf
Make this fun and vibrant scarf in the colors of the rainbow!
The iconic ringlet curls at both ends of the scarf, really set this crocheted scarf apart.
The scarf has been designed with a slit near one end of the scarf. You just have to slip the other end through.
This great feature means that you can do away with the need for any length to the scarf to wrap around the neck.
This delightful and colorful crochet scarf is designed by Bee Jam.
You can download the crochet pattern for this colorful scarf for FREE from Ravelry.
To access the free downloadable crochet pattern direct, please click here: Curly Shirley Scarf Pattern
Pattern Note: The FDC 100 is the length of the scarf and the CH16 is for the ‘curls’. If you want to increase or decrease the length, just add or subtract to the FDC of 100.
Featured Image-Bee Jam- Thank you!
Brenda Muller says
Barbara bissonnette says
How do you determine where to put the slit if you want to make adult size?
A longer scarf will have a totally different keyhole placement. Draping the scarf around your neck after the first few rows will help you find where you need to modify the placement of the keyhole. I can’t give you precise stitch counts because it all depends on the size of the scarf you’re making.