Criss Cross Scarf

You may know this already, but I have been addicted to the criss cross stitch lately!

This week, I used my Criss Cross Stitch Infinity Scarf pattern and made a few changes to make a child-sized scarf to match the beanie and ear warmer I made for my 4 year old daughter recently.

Below are the changes I made to the pattern to make the child sized scarf. If you’d like to make this scarf, it would be a good idea to read through the original Criss Cross Stitch Infinity Scarf pattern before making the child-sized adaptation below.

You can also check out the whole set of Criss Cross Stitch Crochet Patterns.

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Materials:

 Important Notes:

  • Chain 2 at the end of each row. This counts as a DC stitch towards your stitch count.
  • Last DC of each row will be in the top of the ch 2 of the previous row.
  • See photos and important notes from the Criss Cross Infinity Scarf Pattern.
  • Finished scarf measures about 6 inches wide and 43 inches long. You can make it any width and length you’d like, just start with an even number of FDC stitches.

The Pattern

Row 1: FDC 22, chain 2 turn

**If you are choosing to start with a chain instead of the foundation stitches, the instructions are chain 23, DC in 3rd chain from hook and into each stitch across. Ch 2. Turn (22)**

Row 2: Criss Cross stitch row – DC in 3rd stitch, then DC in 2nd stitch, *skip a stitch, DC in next stitch, DC in skipped stitch* Repeat from * across. DC in last stitch (in top of ch 2 from previous row). Ch 2, turn.  (22)

Row 3: DC in 2nd stitch and in each stitch across. Last DC will be worked into the top of the Ch 2 from the previous row. Ch 2, turn. (22)

Alternate rows 2 and 3 until your scarf is the desired length.

I made mine about 43 inches long for my 4 year old daughter. Depending on the size you are making, you might want to make it a different length.

Use your yarn needle to weave in ends, or you may even want to sew the ends together to make it into a child-sized infinity scarf.

If you are interested in the other patterns in this criss cross stitch series, check out the Criss Cross Beanie, Criss Cross Messy Bun Beanie, and the Criss Cross Ear Warmer.

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