Scalloped Scarf

© June Gilbank 2010

Make this pretty and versatile scalloped scarf with almost any yarn you have to hand – it’s a quick and stylish one-skein project, and makes a perfect gift!

Scalloped Scarf is part of the new PlanetJune Accessories range of crochet patterns by June Gilbank.

PlanetJune Accessories Scalloped Scarf crochet pattern

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This is a PlanetJune original crochet pattern. Feel free to use items made from this pattern however you wish, but I’d appreciate credit as the pattern designer. Please do not reproduce the pattern anywhere else; instead post a link to http://www.planetjune.com/scallopedscarf

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Terminology

ch chain
ch-sp chain space
dc double crochet
fsc foundation single crochet (foundation double crochet for UK/Aus)
sc single crochet (double crochet for UK/Aus)
sl st slip stitch
st stitch

You will need…

  • Yarn of your choice and an appropriate hook (see the yarn’s ball band for hook size)
  • Sample scarves:
    • Heavy worsted weight yarn and a J US/6mm hook (sample scarf uses 105m/115yd Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice)
    • Bulky weight yarn and a K US/6.5mm hook (sample scarf uses 75m/82yd Lion Brand Homespun)
  • Yarn needle to weave in ends

Measurements

Worsted weight finished scarf measures 63″ x 3″ (160cm x 7.5cm)

Bulky weight finished scarf (reduced to 23 repeats) measures 66″ x 3.25″ (168cm x 8cm)

Gauge

Gauge is not important for this pattern – I suggest you use the hook size recommended on the ball band of your yarn.

Resizing the pattern

The foundation row is a multiple of 6 + 1 stitches. The pattern is written with 27 repeats:  (27×6) +1 = 163 st.

To modify the length of the scarf, increase or reduce the number of repeats by increasing or reducing the foundation row by a multiple of 6 stitches.

If you have n repeats:

  • The “53 times” in Rnd 1 will become (2n – 1) times.
  • The “26 times” in Rnd 2 will become (n – 1) times.

e.g. 20 repeats would give (2 x 20 – 1) = 39 in Rnd 1, and (20 – 1) = 19 in Rnd 2.

See also the accompanying stitch diagram to make the pattern and repeats easier to follow.

Special stitches

Foundation single crochet (fsc). This technique creates both the foundation chain and a row of single crochet stitches in one row. It makes a stretchy foundation, and is far easier to work into than a chain.

  • First fsc stitch: ch 2, insert hook into second chain from hook and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through one loop on hook (this forms the chain), yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook (this forms the single crochet). (1 fsc completed)
  • Each subsequent fsc stitch is worked under the 2 loops that form the chain at the bottom of the previous stitch. Insert hook under both loops of the chain, draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through one loop on hook (this forms the chain), yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook (this forms the single crochet).

2-dc fan: (dc, ch 1, dc) in st

3-dc fan: (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) in st

4-dc fan: (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) in st

Pattern

Please note this looks much clearer in the PDF version! Why not donate a dollar (or more) and you’ll get the nicely formatted printable version?

Note: Please also see the accompanying charted stitch diagram.

Fsc 163 (or ch 164, sc in 2nd chain from hook and in each remaining chain). (163 st).

Rnd 1: ch 5 (counts as dc + ch 2), (dc, ch 2, dc) in same st (at base of chain),
[skip next 2 st, (dc, ch 2, dc) in next st] 53 times,
skip next 2 st, (dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2, dc) in last st, ch 2 (this will curve around the end of the foundation),
in opposite side of foundation: (dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2, dc) in first st,
[skip next 2 st, (dc, ch 2, dc) in next st] 53 times,
skip next 2 st, (dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2, dc) in last st,
ch 2, join with sl st to top of ch 3.
Rnd 2: sl st in ch-sp, ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), dc in same st (at base of chain),
ch 1, 3-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, sc in next ch-sp,
(ch 1, 4-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, sc in next ch-sp) 26 times,
ch 1, (3-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, 2-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1) 2 times, 3-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, sc in next ch-sp,
(ch 1, 4-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, sc in next ch-sp) 26 times,
ch 1, 3-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, 2-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, 3-dc fan in next ch-sp, ch 1, join with sl st to top of ch 3.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Stitch Diagram

Right-handed

scalloped scarf stitch diagram (right-handed) by planetjune

Left-handed

scalloped scarf stitch diagram (left-handed) by planetjune

Key

scalloped scarf stitch diagram key by planetjune

Scalloped Scarves by PlanetJune

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5 Comments »

  1. Alli said

    Thanks for the nice pattern! It was quick and cute, perfect for my Christmas photo outfit this year. :)

  2. jennifer said

    i made 2 of these scarves tonight. christmas is so close and after being let go from my job a few months ago, i needed some cute and inexpensive gifts for a few special people and these turned out great!!! i love them & thank you for the pattern. I will be donating as soon as i have funds available and will keep you and your site in mind. thank you very much & happy holidays to you and yours.

  3. ardith said

    so, here we are two years later (dec2012), and this pattern and comments about it are still so very relevant! i’ve loved this scarf pattern since i first discovered it, and i have enjoyed crocheting and giving it as gifts ever since…my hairdresser, co-workers, buddies and family…everyone loves these little scarves!! thank you for sharing with us!

  4. Kori said

    What’s this? A chart written with left-handers in mind? Unheard-of! For that in itself I commend thee! As for the scarf itself I look forward to hooking it up :).

  5. Amina said

    Wow It so easy since u actually cared about showing how to do it for left handers ……….can u plz teach me how to make a beautiful antique patterned scarf…thanx …..btw …I’m left handed…..thanx

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