Tunisian Ribbed Scarf

Great handmade Tunisian Ribbed Scarf is a great gift to a man.

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Skill level

  • Beginner

What do you need to crochet this project?

  • Crochet hook size L (6 mm)
  • Yarn: about 500 – 600 yards
  • Yarndage: 465 yards(425 meters) / 227 grams (8.01 ounces)
  • Yarn weight: Worsted
  • Fiber type: 100% wool
  • Yarn Brand: Lion Brand Fishermen’s Wool
  • Scissors
  • Stitch/place markers
  • Measuring tape
  • Tapestry needle and scissors to finish

Crochet sizes

  • Gauge: not critical

Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet

  • ch – chain
  • tks – Tunisian Knit Stitch
  • tps – Tunisian Purl Stitch
  • RR – Basic Return Row

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Author: Anne Gee White

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