KID VERSION OF EMERALD SCALLOP SCARF

The Kid’s version of my Emerald Scallop Scarf is here! Itis smaller in length and width to have a matching set for you and your littles! Both are free pattern and I hope you enjoy!

These long scarfs that I can easily wrap around in cold weather are my favorite for myself and my kids. They are easy to put on the go and take off!

You can also add some appliques to this scarf like this Scarecrow applique I just released!

And the Sunflower Applique can be found HERE. 

If you make any I would like it if you tagged me to see!

@arianaehall on Instagram and Facebook!

MATERIALS:

5.50 mm Crochet Hook – Sparkly handmade hook I used can be found at CrochicStyles.com (Collections vary)
Worsted #4 yarn.
I used one ball of Loops & Threads® Impeccable Yarn, Solid in the color Pumpkin
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. 46.5 inches long and 5 inches wide.
  • You will begin the scarf with a row of SC and begin the pattern repeat after that.
  • You will finish when you complete 59 rows ( NOT INCLUDING THE SC 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 SC 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. Unless otherwise stated. 

 

PATTERN:

CH 18

Row 1 – (RS) SC in the 2nd chain from the hook and in each ST to the end. (17)

Row 2 – CH 3,

Cluster v-st in the next st,

SK 2 sts,

DC,

SK 2 sts,

Cluster v-stitch,

SK 2 sts,

DC,

SK 2 sts,

Cluster v-stitch,

SK 2 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 in the chain 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 in chain 3 space. Turn

 

*Continue alternating

Rows 3 & 4

58 more rows. Ending with Row 4.

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

CH 1,

SC in the next two DC and in the chain 1 space. continue to evenly single crochet across every stitch for a total of 17 single crochet stitches. 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 SC made)

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

Edge Pattern :

CH 1,

SC in the same st, SK st, 4 DC in the next stitch, SK st, SC, SK, 4DC, SK, SC, SK, 4DC, SK, SC, SK, 4DC, SK, SC in the last stitch.

Fasten Off and repeat for the other Edge making sure the SC Right side row is facing you. Weave in all the ends.

*Disclaimer. Kids should always be supervised when wearing knotted accessories.

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