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How To Crochet the Waffle Stitch Scarf, Episode 345

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Learn how to crochet the Waffle Stitch Crochet Scarf with this easy tutorial! Full written pattern here: http://www.fiberfluxblog.com/2016/10/free-crochet-patternwaffle-stitch.html Let's connect! *Blog: http://www.fiberfluxblog.com/ *Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fiberflux/ *Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fiberflux/ *Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/fiberflux/ *Twitter: https://twitter.com/fiberflux *Google+: https://plus.google.com/+FiberFlux © Jennifer Dickerson 2016
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G Moore (1 month ago)
Hi there ... I'm making this scarf and the width ended up being 8 inches ... would this be too wide for a short man? Any help/advice would be appreciated, thank you so much! :-)
Chelly (3 months ago)
Can you do this with a chunky yarn?
Brandi Teets (3 months ago)
If you could do more close ups to see the chain you were going into... The front post I got but it’s how which chain is the one I was trying to see and at the end of the row too. How many rolls of yarn did it take to make that scarf? It seems like this pattern uses a lot of yarn.
corrie vernoy (4 months ago)
You really should do close up on camera nd you should repeat more nd talk less But thankyou
Danielle (4 months ago)
Beautiful! Simple and easy tutorials!
Monalisha Kanjilal (4 months ago)
Hi. I completed the scarf n it turned out to be awesome. Thanks for such a great tutorial
Dee Trigg (6 months ago)
Shoot had to l leave on the third row..5 times I rewinded & paused..just couldn't grab what you were saying & doing :(..single double double single etc..darn sorry, going to another waffle video..I'm out.
PlantXARMY BTS Growth (6 months ago)
Thankyou for your video!!! I've made a scarf for my friend and I love it ! Thankyou 👍💛
Vandana Kaushesh (7 months ago)
Beautiful. I am a newbie to crochet. I was thinking which stitch to use to crochet a scarf for my son who is in Canada, I guess I found one 😊. Thank you for easy instructions.
andy olsen (7 months ago)
i cant get mine to look like this at all
SongsbyCharlene (8 months ago)
Thanks for sharing
SongsbyCharlene (8 months ago)
Beautiful! Thanks for shopping
Mary Licon (8 months ago)
Thank you so much for explaining and showing everything. I’ve watched quite a few waffle stitch videos and was getting so frustrated; I’m so glad I found your video!
This looks really fun. I'm going to try this.
louise dery (9 months ago)
Love it. Already making Christmas items for family 2018. I have some beautiful tweed like Vana White yarn color is called obsidian (deep charcoal with a lite tan fleck) that will be a beautiful scarf for my brother. Love your instructions so easy to follow. Thank you
shelia french (11 months ago)
After you do bro three and you start road to again to do the repeat are you going from star to star or from the very beginning so when you start to redo these rose well I do to double crochets and then start with the front post double crochet or do I start from the little star to the little star I hope that makes sense thank you
BONNIE FOXWELL (1 year ago)
I am new to crochet. This is my 1st project. I love your video, I have watched it several times and it really helped me t o understand the concept . I am a knitter so I am use to videos. Thanks for all your help. I love your website.Bonnie F.
kelly Goodman (1 year ago)
I brought a special needle to get that last peice in
Cze Yi Lin (1 year ago)
Excellent instructions! But it's still quite hard for me to learn! Nice and I love your toturial so much!
Barbara Kampert (1 year ago)
I used this pattern a couple of years ago but needed a refresher course. This is an excellent video!
Shelley Mourer (1 year ago)
I feel like you need to slow down a bit and do close ups
Paula Watson (2 months ago)
Shelley Mourer ~ Also if the instructor will use a light colored yarn it shows the stitch much more visually.
Jennifer McDonnell (3 months ago)
The edit on the video isn't cut properly, so you see her do the same stitch twice at the end of row 2. fpdc, then a dc in the top turning chain from row 1. chain 1, start row 3.
Stephanie Kokkeby (4 months ago)
Especially at the end of Row 2. The video seems to repeat here which is confusing; on top of the fact that she doesn't do a closeup of the end of the row. It seems like she does a fpdc then a dc in the last stitch and another dc in the turning chain however; the directions don't read to do two dc at the end of row two. Or am I super confused?
Adam Kirkham (1 year ago)
This is a brilliant video tutorial, thank you so much and especially thank you for the multiples. I had never worked anything in crochet before but I like watching your videos. We had some bad weather in the uk which meant a lot of unexpected time stuck indoors. I have made a waffle stitch snood in a dk weight yarn & a 4mm hook using these instructions and it has come out brilliantly.
Jannette Anderson (1 year ago)
I've made a few of these but would love if you could make a tutorial on the waffle stitch toque/beanie to match this lovely scarf.
Brandi Teets (3 months ago)
Jannette Anderson yes please
Evelyn Rogers (1 year ago)
Another project with you has been good but I don’t understand why if it is waffle stitch why iisn’t it consistent repetition or is it just because I shorten my scarf to 13 stitches? Please advise. I may need to take all of it apart.
Jennifer Neasham (1 year ago)
Evelyn Rogers you need your starting chain to be a multiple of 3 then add 2 so you need yours to be a starting chain of either 11 or 14. 13 will not work. Best of luck to you.
Janyne Kemp (1 year ago)
Thank you for the instructions, very easy to follow 💙💙
Jannette Anderson (1 year ago)
I've made a few of these scarves using your tutorial. Your instructions are very clear & to the point. I love the way you show us all to make beautiful things. Thank you & happy hooking
Spirtual Gangsta (1 year ago)
U are an amazing teacher🍎
Maria Ruiz (1 year ago)
I got confused at the end of the 2nd row. It's like part of the video was cut or u changed the ending at the last minute.
Stephanie Kokkeby (4 months ago)
I just replied to another comment (Shelley Mourer) on here about the confusion with the end of row two. I was hoping someone on here would be able to explain because I'm still confused as well.
courtney montgomery (1 year ago)
Maria Ruiz i am confused as well with the end of the second row.
Dora Cano (1 year ago)
would this work for infinity scarf?
Nydia Rivera (1 year ago)
Awesome
hahayourfunny94 (1 year ago)
Would yarn labeled at a 6 (bulky) work? I like the softness of it more than the 4
Jennifer Neasham (1 year ago)
hahayourfunny94 yep it works great with any weight of yarn just make sure to change your hook size to match the yarn.
jlee (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for sharing this video and your talent. I just finished a scarf. I used the Lion Brand Pound of Love in the color denim. I love it. I'm thinking of making a matching hat and fingerless gloves if it is possible with this stitch. Maybe with smaller hook. If not just use the same yarn. Thanks again. Take care, jlee
Phyllis Lance (1 year ago)
should the scarf be thick?? i did the waffle stitch but it thick,?? Wondering if i did something wrong...
Charlene Carmon (1 year ago)
Ok...took a few tries but I finally got it and I LOVE it!!! Thank you!!!
Raylene Webster (1 year ago)
Awesome video have the stitch down but for some reason no matter what I do mine keeps curling into a smile shape. Any help?
Ryver Kuhnert (1 year ago)
jennifer, how much of the skein did you use?
Anna smith (1 year ago)
I am trying it with Caron cake Yarn. What do you think?
Anna smith (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for sharing this with me. I have been wanting to learn this stitch for a while and you are right it isn’t hard. Thanks again. You made it easy. Excellent teach!!! ☺️
Cool Crafty Creations (1 year ago)
Just wrote the instructions Loved the tutorial! My sister asked me to work her up a scarf! Yay!
maryleen onairos (1 year ago)
Thanks for the pattern,nice your scarf i love it...
Vivien Ching (1 year ago)
Hi, I'm a beginner and this is my first time wanted to make a scarf for my brother. Is this suitable for men?
Janet Rempel (1 year ago)
I am so happy to learn another stitch. Thank you so much for this video tutorial :-)
Mandy Vanbuskirk (1 year ago)
wow...i have passed up trying the waffle stitch a 100 times because i thought it would be to hard. thanks for taking the time to do a crochet along that is easy to follow and just as easy to understand. I have had some very positive feedback on the scarf that i made. Happy Holidays to you and yours
Kaki mom (1 year ago)
Pour les homme
Janette McGregor (1 year ago)
Hey Jennifer, I found this other person on YouTube that made an awesome headband... but she went way too fast, I couldn’t keep up By any chance, could you do this headband on your channel (but slower) so I could learn it ... I really hope so 😣 Many thanks
April Most (1 year ago)
Finishing needles are great for weaving in small yarn pieces
April Most (1 year ago)
Is it easier to work at a table rather than sitting on the couch
Nisha Vadiwel (1 year ago)
its very easy make scarf the way you explained. thank you so much
Nisha Vadiwel (1 year ago)
its very easy make scarf the way you explained. thank you so much
carolern77 (1 year ago)
Thanks for this pattern. I used Bernat Blanket for a different texture and thickness. Using one skein, about 14 chains to start up, works very quickly, probably 2 hours, no interruptions. Scarf is super chunky thick! Wish I could post a pic!
Mary A. (5 months ago)
So glad I saw this comment, I was thinking about using bernat blanket yarn as well. Thanks for sharing!
Dee's girls (7 months ago)
Hello, would you mind sharing what size needle you used for this thread? I would like to try it. Thanks
Kay Shackleton (1 year ago)
Thanks for a wonderful tutorial.
M Daze (1 year ago)
I have come back to this video SO many times ... thank you!! :)
Jessie Bolen (1 year ago)
This was a wonderful tutorial. It was made very well and easy to understand. I am so excited to try this and just subscribed.
Karen Ramos (1 year ago)
You said multiple of 3 but 23 is not multiple of 3 and you did it like that... I want to do it widder so I will not listen about the multiple of 3 and I will just add 3 more chains to your 23 chains.
M Daze (1 year ago)
It is a multiple of 3 PLUS 2. 3x7=21, 21+2=23 :)
Becky Jones (1 year ago)
Great instructions thank you!
Becky Jones (1 year ago)
Just finished my scarf I started yesterday. I ended mine different to make it look like the other side. I stopped the waffle pattern where you did but then it did 1 row of all double crochet then 1 row of 1/2 or slip stitch. This gives the same look as the chain row and 1st row of double crochet.
Anna Thorpe (1 year ago)
I like this pattern and I am going to make a scarf fro my son and he likes this pattern.
Neko Blick (1 year ago)
Awesome...
nobody yet (1 year ago)
You are the best ,Jen I like the way you explain to us .I've learn crochet for one year , when other people explain and teach I don't understand .Thanks for your help .May The Lord Bless You✝🔱
Damaris Hudson (1 year ago)
This is an amazing video! The steps are concise and the image is clear. Thank you for putting this together. I'm sure it took some time and patience. I have subscribed and look forward to manh crocheting projects in the future from you. I do have a question: My post chains aren't lining up--They're inching to the left a couple rows in. Is that normal or am I missing a stitch somewhere along the way? The same for my post chain stitches on the opposite side where there are two in a row.
ladydarcy4u (1 year ago)
Has anybody made a blanket with this stitch?
Dorothy Toman (1 year ago)
Can this be done in an Afghan
The Last (1 year ago)
I only started to learn crochey a week ago so I am a sort of a beginner but I DID that waffle stitch scarf and it is beautiful. Really you are amazing, I like your work and how you explain. You are so skilled. Thank you from Egypt
Mary Ann Schuch (2 months ago)
The Last how many double crochet a did you have in the 2nd row please.
Connie Breaker (6 months ago)
Do you have a picture of it
Payal Keswani (1 year ago)
Can we stitch the ends to make it into an infinity scarf?
I love your videos. I've tried listening to others but your voice is very pleasing and you give full instructions. I'm trying to learn the Herringbone stitch and I'm unable to locate one that you have done. Can you point me in the right direction ?
George Keillor (2 years ago)
well done , I've been missing that top stitch hidden behind the FPDC...
Cori Day (2 years ago)
Thank u for such an amazing tutorial!
Carol Weber (2 years ago)
The hardest part is remembering the ends of the rows.
Brenda Omondi (2 years ago)
Loved the tutorial just completed my scarf and was wondering if I could get a tutorial for waffle stich beanie. Any ideas?
Love Cloudy (2 years ago)
Thank you very much, love your detail explanation. :)
jnbzmom (2 years ago)
just started to crochet this will be my 3rd project for my son's friend. Your tutorial are the best that I have found. Thank you :)
shelia french (2 years ago)
You are the best , I watch them over & over thank your for all your help ❤🌼💝
Akashdeep Saini (2 years ago)
can you use a 5 mm crochet hook?
Jennifer Neasham (1 year ago)
It will make your waffles very small and the entire scarf would be smaller. Also I like my scarves to have a nice drape going down a hook size will tighten up the whole project. I usually go up a hook not down
Alexa Sandwiches (2 years ago)
Akashdeep Saini im no expert, but I heard that using a smaller crochet hook makes the knits tighter. Larger hooks make them more loose
Elena Madsen (2 years ago)
Great tutorial - I love how you explain the fpdc, and the scarf is nice and textured :-)
Michelle Agestav (2 years ago)
😄💜
Amanda Roth (2 years ago)
If I were to use a 5.5 mm I crochet hook, would that dramatically affect the final product?
Silver Wyvern (2 years ago)
Not really. It'll just make the waffle effect look smaller...but it shouldn't affect the final product.
Angela Hudnall (2 years ago)
LOVE this video especially the tip at the end for weaving in small tails.
Maria González-Hopper (2 years ago)
your video was really easy to follow... thanks for the pattern
Christina Gillilan (2 years ago)
Love this can't wait to start this scarf
Serany Prak (2 years ago)
I was also wondering if you had a video of showing how to switch from one color to another? :)
Serany Prak (2 years ago)
Tysm :'D <3
Cerissa Maher (2 years ago)
serany prak She shows how to switch colors in some of her videos. Just look for one of her projects that have multiple colors to see how. Happy crocheting!
Serany Prak (2 years ago)
Thank you so much!! I LOVE THIS VIDEO! <3 you explained this so well and the videos even clear! :D Definitely subbing :D
Jancye Winter (2 years ago)
Love this! Your tutorials are so good I keep coming back.
Karol Jelbert (2 years ago)
Loved doing this project, very good video, I also was confused and still am about the stitch count on starting the scarf, but trial and error helped... very new at crocheting, really keen. Would this waffle scarf be suitable for an infinity scarf in your opinion? Thank you for your amazing tutorial.
George Rojszyk (2 years ago)
W
Mary Fravel (2 years ago)
l love this channel I am learning to crochet she is so helpful for a beginner
Tanner Legasse (2 years ago)
Quick, fun pattern! Thanks so much.
Tammy (2 years ago)
Do u have a hat pattern to match this??
Jessica Gallegos (2 years ago)
Thank you so much you are a great teacher! This was only my 4th project and I completed it without any problem. I love the look of this scarf and it will be someone's Christmas gift this year!
P Jay (2 years ago)
after i crochet 23 single crochet and start the dbl crochet in the 3rd sc. i end uo with 21 dc. i keepp ending up with one extra stitch at the end
P Jay (2 years ago)
+Lisa Touyon i will try that. thanks!
Lisa Touyon (2 years ago)
rojo joro same here. I think you can modify the chain. U could reduce by one or use three chains instead of two for the first dc
Sara G (2 years ago)
Amaizing!!!crocheting is the BEST!!!
Zohreh F (2 years ago)
👌🏻👍🏻👏🏻amaizing
Tiffanie Griffin (2 years ago)
WOW!!! Thank You! I feel inspired! I'm going to try this. I've watched YouTube Videos for years now and never felt compelled to comment. Thank you for this excellent lesson. You made a seemingly complex project seem approachable. Thank you!
Emanuel Catargiu (2 years ago)
Fiber Flux I am a beginner. What happens if I use a thinner yarn and a 4mm hook?
Fiber Flux (2 years ago)
Thank so much for your kind comment! I'm so glad you liked the video!! <3
Lashay Davis (2 years ago)
I wonder could this type of stitch be applied to crocheting a man's scarf. because I want to do a scarf for my brother and stepfather.
M Daze (1 year ago)
Hi there ... I was wondering how long you made yours? I am hoping mine is long enough (for my son's male teacher) thank you.
Tanner Legasse (2 years ago)
I would certainly hope so, seeing as I just got done with one for myself:p
Fiber Flux (2 years ago)
I think this would be ideal for a man!
Donna Laster (2 years ago)
Love the scarf! Great video very easy to follow.
jmakarick (2 years ago)
Your instructions are very clear and easy to understand. This stitch does look harder than it actually is. This is my next project - thanks!
Stevie Stevens (2 years ago)
I am doing this type of scarf right now for a gift. I ,over how it feels.
shelly smallwood (2 years ago)
looking forward to trying this out!
Abi Hill (2 years ago)
can you change the colours on this ?
Craftin GirL (2 years ago)
can u do a crochet stitch blanked???😢-😄
Karen C (2 years ago)
Your tutorials are fabulous! I've made several of your projects in the just the past few weeks. One possibly dumb 😳 question I have is about how to identify the "top chain" of the turning chain. For me it's usually just "trial & error" and then I see what looks good and/or is continuing the edge straight. For this waffle stitch though since we are only chaining 1 at the end of each row I'm struggling trying to figure out which is the "top chain" of the turning chain. I can't quite tell in this video. 🙄
Amit Patel (2 years ago)
Karen Catanese qy
Karen C (2 years ago)
Update: now that I've gotten about a dozen rows down I must have guessed correctly as the last stitch of each row now appears to make sense. However, if you have any "basic" tutorials about identifying stitches, turning chains, top chains, etc. that would be great! 👍🏻😀
Audrey Wu (2 years ago)
Always love your patterns... thank you!

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