Size L (8mm) crochet hook
I used about 1/2 skein of Lion Brand Homespun in Cotton Candy but you can use any bulky weight yarn you'd like.
I got these scarfs done in about an hour each. They work up really fast and are really easy.
~Stitches Used: ch, sc, dc~
Ch 151 ( leave a tail about 7" long)
Row 1: sc in the second ch from the hook and across. (150 sts)
Row 2: ch3, dc in the first sc, ch1, skip next stitch, *dc in the next stitch, ch 1, skip next stitch*. Rep from * to * across.
Row 3: ch1, sc in the second stitch from hook, sc in the "hole" left by the ch1 from the previous row below, sc in remaining stitches across.
Row 4: repeat row 2
Row 5: repeat row 3
Row 6: repeat row 2
Row 7: repeat row 3, fasten off, leaving a tail about 5"-7" long, however long you want your fringe to be)
Cut 14" lengths of the yarn for fringes (Fringes will be folded to 7". Fold each length in half. Pull folded loop through end of scarf and pull ends through loop for fringe. Attach fringe evenly spaced along each end of scarf.
I made this scarf for my oldest daughter so when she plays out in the snow she can wrap it around her face a couple times to stay extra warm. However, you could also use this pattern and make it for an adult. I am 5' 3" and this scarf comes down to my knees including fringe.
~Disclaimer~This pattern is mine. I am being nice a giving it to you as a fellow crocheter. You MAY keep it for yourself, pass it to your friends, or throw it in the garbage. You MAY also sell the FO that comes from this pattern at a price set by yourself. You MAYNOT sell this pattern because it's life journey is that it wants to remain free! You MAYNOT copy and post this pattern on ANY message board or whatever. Please be so kind to give a little link back to me at http://multicrafty.blogspot.com/. If you have any questions about this pattern (may explaining capabilities are a little sleepy at this time) you may email me at multicrafty at gmail dot com.
Here is the same pattern as up above but using a Size G crochet hook and Bernat Softee Baby in Pink. The scarf above is for my oldest daughter who will be 7 years old shortly and the scarf below is for my youngest daughter who is only 2. You can't tell from the pics but the scarf below is about 1/3 the size of the scarf above. The perfect size for a toddler.