FREE Crochet Pattern 56: Spring Flowers Scarf

I am ready for some warmer weather. How about you?

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BEFORE STARTING
Finished Measurements: Length is up to you. My scarf is 8” wide and 48” long.
Difficulty: Intermediate
Yarn: (2) Fine, Sport, Baby. Optional 2 colors of yarn (main and secondary). I used Mint Green as my main color and Peach as my secondary color in the scarf pictured. The yarn I used is 100% cotton. You will need approximately 750 yards of yarn to make a scarf 8” wide and 48” long. 250 yards will be used for the secondary color.
Hook size: G-6 (4.00mm
Notions: stitch markers, yarn needle & scissors.
Gauge: not necessary

ABBREVIATIONS
Ch                               chain
Yo                               yarn over
Rep                              repeat
Sl st                             slip stitch
St                                 stitch
Sc                                single crochet
Hdc                             half double crochet
Dc                               double crochet
Bobble                        (yo, insert hook in next st, yo, draw yarn through st and up to level of work) 3 times in same st, yo, draw yarn through 7 loops on hook.

INSTRUCTIONS
Notes
If you would like to change the width of your scarf you can chain multiples of 6 plus 4 for your starting chain.
Ch 1 does not count as a st.

Ch 34.

Row 1: Sc in 5th ch from hook, *ch 3, skip next 2 ch, sc in next ch. Repeat from * to last 2 ch, skip next ch, hdc in last ch. Turn.
Optional – Change to secondary color

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first dc, skip next ch-1 space, *7 dc in next ch-3 loop, sc in next ch-3 loop. Repeat from * across ending with last sc in 3rd ch of turning ch. Turn.
Optional – Change to main color

Row 3: Ch 6 (counts as dc, ch3), skip first 4 sts, sc in next dc, ch 3, skip next 3 dc**, bobble in next sc, skip next 3 dc. Repeat from * across, ending last repeat at **, dc in last sc. Turn.

Row 4: Ch 3 (counts as hdc, ch 1), sc in next ch-3 loop, (ch 3, sc) in each ch-3 loop across to ch-3 loop of turning ch, ch 1, hdc in 3rd ch of turning ch. Turn.
Optional – Change to secondary color

Row 5: Ch 3, (counts as dc), 3 dc in next ch-1 space, *sc in next ch-3 loop**, 7 dc in nxt ch-3 loop. Repeat from * across ending last rep at **, 3 dc in ch-1 space of turning ch, dc in 2nd ch of turning ch. Turn.
Optional – Change to main color

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in first dc, *ch 3, skip next 3 dc, bobble in next sc, ch 3, skip next 3 dc, sc in next dc. Repeat from * across, ending with last sc in 3rd ch of turning ch. Turn.

Row 7: Ch 3 (counts as hdc, ch 1), sc in next ch-3 loop, (ch 3, sc) in each ch-3 loop across to last ch-3 loop, ch 1, hdc in last sc. Turn.
Optional – Change to secondary color

Repeat Rows 2-7 until scarf is the length you desire.

End with Row 3 or 6.

Finishing: Ch 1, sc evenly around the entire scarf. Join to first sc and fasten off. Sew in all loose ends.

The Steady Hand Crochet Patterns by Aprile Mazey • aprile.mazey@gmail.com

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2 comments to FREE Crochet Pattern 56: Spring Flowers Scarf

  • Donna

    I love the look of this scarf. I want to try it in crochet cotton thread – I have lots of #5 on hand – do you think I would need to hold two together or would a single stand be ok?

    • Hi Donna!

      I would try it with 1 strand first. Do a couple of rows with a G hook and see how it looks. Depending on how large the gaps are you can decide whether to go with a smaller hook or try two stands. It is your preference.

      Have a great day!
      Aprile

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