Slip Slope Scarf
This 100% slip stitch crochet scarf features short rowing with my all-time favorite type of ribbing: slip stitches worked into the back loop.
I've already published a free pattern for the simplest beginner ribbed scarf, called [Eva's Ribs] Slip Slope Scarf is the perfect next step because it's Eva in short rows. For me, short rowing adds just enough spice to keep me crocheting late into the night :-) especially with color-changing yarns.
This plush, stretchy scarf would make a great gift for anyone. With a larger than usual crochet hook, it crochets up faster than you'd think.
Although it looks more complicated than it is, it might take some getting used to for some crocheters. After all, short rows are much more common in knitting than crocheting. To help, I've included some step-by-step photos in this pattern. I also used this pattern as the basis of a [free short row tutorial].
If you still find this pattern to be tricky, the [Thaxton Hooded Cowl][