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Hello, friends! Today, I have another free pattern I want to share with you today: the UCLA scarf! This one’s a pretty specific pattern, I’ll admit. In fact, it’s probably one of the most specific patterns I’m offering — but that’s okay! I like to think I have something for everyone here! -wink-
UCLA is a California university that’s near and dear to my husband’s family. Grandma’s husband played for the varsity football team way back when, Grandma is an alumnus, and the family has carried on supporting the school even to this day. There is usually at least one UCLA themed Christmas gift given to someone in the family every year.
So what do you give someone for Christmas when they already have loads of UCLA gear? You make them a custom scarf, of course! Grandma is going to be the envy of all the UCLA sports fans in the coming year when she shows up to games and tailgate parties wearing this beauty!
Do you have a UCLA sports fan, or university attendee in your life? In that case, this free pattern is perfect for you! It’s one, easy to follow JPG that you can view on a tablet, mobile device, or computer. Or you can print it out and cross off each row as you complete it.
C2C Block Stitch
This crochet scarf pattern uses the Corner to Corner block stitch, but you could also use 2 double crochet stitches per pattern square, or 4 single crochet stitches work too. It’s easy to make this pattern work for you in whatever way you need!
Pattern Bundle Available
If you’re the sort of person that does better with written, row-by-row patterns, or if you need a larger chart to print on multiple pages and tape together, you’re in luck! You can buy the pattern in my shop! Click Here: Pattern: UCLA Scarf
The finished scarf measures approximately 12″ tall and 60″ wide, give or take a few inches based on your personal yarn, hook, and tension variables. I added a nice moss stitch border to finish it off, but you could add tassels, a more intricate border, or both, and make this pattern your own!
Show Us Yours!
And if you do end up making this scarf, I’d love to see pictures of your finished piece! Make sure you comment and share your results below!