The Georgia Scarf crochet pattern is a very simple, yet stunning scarf! It uses the most basic crochet stitches and is a fairly quick project to make as well! This scarf can be made as is, or add fringe or tassels to it to give it a completely new look!
The Georgia scarf crochet pattern uses worsted weight yarn and an I (5.5mm) crochet hook. I used a gorgeous blue hand dyed yarn for the photo above, but I’ve also used Red Heart With Love for a few other Georgia Scarf projects. This pattern is rated Easy in pattern difficulty. The stitch combo is repetitive throughout so there is no need for much concentration or counting. I think you’ll find this project quite relaxing!
The pattern is worked in the round and joined at the end of each round. You work in rounds to the length the pattern calls for. Once you’ve weaved in ends, to wear the scarf, you’ll put it around your neck and fold it over once. The fringe can be added at the top and/or bottom of the scarf. The crochet pattern has instructions on where to add the fringe.
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