EMERALD SCALLOP SCARF – CROCHET PATTERN

Hey!! Welcome to a really fun scarf pattern! It has a light airy feel to it with double crochet cluster stitches and wraps around double crochet posts! But don’t let that keep you away! It is super easy and I included some step-by-step photos to guide you through it! This is a two-row repeat, which means, You will alternate Row 3 & 4 until you reach the length recommended or whichever you desire. You will Fasten off all and join to add the scalloped ending.

If you’d prefer to have a fringe you totally can! This is your art so I hope it inspires you to make something nice for yourself or loved ones!

Let’s get into it!

I want to take a moment to mention that I do have a PDF printer-friendly pattern available in my Etsy shop to help cover supply costs to keep making fun blog posts for you!

Materials:

5.50 mm Crochet Hook – Sparkly handmade hook I used can be found at CrochicStyles.com (Collections vary)
Worsted #4 yarn.
I used Approximate 300 yards of Loops & Threads® Impeccable Yarn, Solid in the color Green Lagoon
Yarn needle
Scissors

Abbreviations:

CH – chain
ST – stitch
SK – skip stitch
Sl ST – slip stitch
HDC – half double crochet
DC – double crochet
YO – yarn over
Special Stitches
Wrap – [YO, insert hook around the DC post that you made last, pull up a loop] total of 3 times, YO, pull through all the loops on the hook.
(see Pg 5)
V-STITCH – double crochet cluster v- stitch – (DC, DC, CH 1, DC, DC) all in the same stitch.

Gauge:

Single crochet – 2 inches

7 stitches

8 rows

 

READ ME – Notes:

  • The size of the scarf is approx. 65 inches long and 7 inches wide.
  • You will begin the scarf with a row of HDC and begin the pattern repeat after that.
  • You will finish when you complete 85 rows ( NOT INCLUDING THE HDC ROW AT THE BEGINNING AND END.) Don’t worry it will be very easy to count rows of the pattern repeat. 🙂
  • If you would like to keep adding length just make sure to end in Row 4.
  • You will end with one HDC row and you will fasten off and join yarn with the right side facing you to start the scalloped edge.
  • CHAIN 3 counts as a stitch.

PATTERN:

  • CH 30

Row 1 – (RS) HDC in the back bump in the 2nd chain from the hook and in each ST to the end. (29)

Row 2 – CH 3,

Cluster v-st in the next st,

SK 3 sts,

DC,

SK 3 sts,

Cluster v-stitch,

DC,

SK 3 sts,

Cluster v-stitch,

SK 3 sts,

DC,

SK 3 sts,

Cluster v-stitch,

SK 3 sts,

DC in the last ST, turn.

 

Row 3 – CH 3,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC top of the previous DC & WRAP around,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC top of the previous DC & WRAP around,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC top of the previous DC & WRAP around,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC in the CH 3 space, turn.

 

 

Row 4 – CH 3,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC top of the previous DC,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC top of the previous DC,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC top of the previous DC,

Cluster v-st in CH 1 space,

DC in the CH 3 space, turn.


*Continue alternating

Rows 3 & 4

82 more rows. Ending with Row 4.

Then you will end with the following pattern below for the last row of HDC.

CH 1,

HDC in the same ST, HDC in the next two DC sts, 2HDC in the CH 1 space, DC in the next 3 DC sts, continue until you get to the last st, HDC in the chain space. (29 sts)

Fasten off.

You can continue with the scalloped edge pattern down below or stop here and add fringe if you would like.

You will now begin to make the two scalloped edges.

Start the edging with Row 1 (first row of HDC made)

**Join new yarn to the right side of the HDC Facing you.

Edge Pattern :

CH 1,

SL ST in the first 2 sts, 5DC, SK 2, SL ST, SK 2, 5DC, SK 2, SL ST, SK 2, 5DC, SK 2, SL ST, 5DC, SK 2, SL ST, SK 2, 5DC, SL ST in the last two sts, CH 1, Fasten Off.  ( 5 shells made) Weave in all the ends.

Make sure to keep the right side facing the same as the first edge made to keep it even and repeat the same on the other edge from **

 

Weave in all the ends and you are finished!

Feel free to post pictures of your finished projects and/or links to your shops so all can see! I love it when you tag me @arianaehall on all social media! Please no sharing pictures as your own or pattern is allowed. Feel free to make as many to sell and gift. I just ask to give credit to Ariana Hall. Thank you! 

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