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To crochet a scarf, you need a crochet hook, yarn, a pattern to follow and any accessories you wish to adhere to the scarf, such as buttons or patches. A variety of patterns is available for free through AllFreeCrochet.c... More »

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Finger crocheting replaces a large crochet hook in any regular crochet pattern. It can be difficult to complete stitches requiring a large hook and a thicker gauged yarn, and using an index finger is a great compromise. More »

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Some crochet patterns for boys include a gnome outfit and a sports crochet hoodie. These and other boy crochet patterns are available for free on RedHeart.com. More »

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To crochet an infinity scarf, use a crochet hook and your favorite yarn to make stitches in a desired shape or pattern. Once the basic scarf is complete, sew the two ends together to make one continuous piece. More »

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Some tips for crocheting sashay scarves are to buy more sashay yarn than you think you might need so the scarf will be full and long and to use a crochet hook that’s a comfortable size. Additionally, pick a pattern for a... More »

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Finger knitting a scarf is the process of making a scarf out of yarn by using your fingers to loop the yarn into a pattern. Finger knitting is a way to knit without using traditional knitting needles. More »

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To crochet a standard 16-by-32-inch hand towel in a medium-weight (gauge 4-5) yarn, gather a 5.5-millimeter crochet hook (U.S. size I/9), about 384 yards of 100 percent acrylic yarn, a yarn needle and a pair of scissors.... More »

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