(find my original post about these gifts here)
(originally found here, but edited it to make more sense)
Use a size I hook and size 4 worsted yarn in Red & White
Row 1 (in White): SC in third chain from hook, (chain 1, skip 1, SC in next) repeat across row, chain 2 (counts as ch-space here and throughout), turn, (10 SC)
Row 2 (in White): (SC in next ch-space, chain 1) repeat across row, SC in last ch-space (10 SC)
(Carry over you yarn when doing color changes, don't worry about cutting off and weaving in every time.)
Row 3 (in Red): Chain 2, turn, (SC in next ch-space, chain 1) repeat across row, SC in last ch-space (10 SC)
Row 4 (in Red): Chain 2, turn, (SC in next ch-space, chain 1) repeat across row, SC in last ch-space (10 SC)
Row 5-End: Repeat Rows 3-4, alternating colors every 2 rows until piece measures 60” long, end with 2 rows of White.
Use size 4 worsted yarn in Blue (I used Simply Caron's Blue Mint because it looked the most Seuss-ish)
Cut four 8" lengths of yarn, line them up and fold over to find the middle. Grab your hook and insert it into the space between SC stitches on the bottom of the scarf, pull a loop through of the blue (at that middle point of your blue pieces). This will leave you with a loop of blue on one side and the 8 ends of blue on the other side. Now you'll need to use two fingers and put through the loop, grab the 8 ends & pull them all through the loop. Pull tight so that this does not unravel. You will do 8 of these on each end.
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