Champagne Scarf – easy crochet scarf

This is a wonderfully easy crochet scarf to make. The two row repeat creates a lovely stitch definition. The pattern can be easily adapted to make it longer or shorter and thinner or wider. This is suitable for beginners.

Easy Crochet Scarf with simple two-row-repeat

Equipment

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Crochet Hook:       5mm (US H/8) or size needed to achieve gauge

Yarn:                      Aran weight yarn 300g

This sample uses Paintbox Simply Aran in Champagne White (202) 3 x 100g, you can purchase this yarn here.

Notions:                 Scissors

                               Needle to weave in ends

Finished size:        175cm x 19cm (excluding tassels) (69in x 7.5in)

2m x 19cm (including tassels) (79in x 7.5in)

Skill Level:             Suitable for beginners

Gauge:              12 stitches by 15 rows = 10cm x 10cm (4in x 4in),

Adjust hook size as necessary

                         Pattern for gauge – as for pattern, gauge not critical for this project

Abbreviations/Crochet terminology:

UK terms are used throughout.

ss         slip stitch

HBhtr  Herringbone half treble crochet

dc        double crochet

ch        chain

* *       Instructions between asterisks will be repeated as specified in the instructions

UK/US Stitch Conversion Chart & Stitch Description:

UK termUK abbreviationUS termUS AbbreviationDescription
Herringbone Half Treble CrochetHBhtrHerringbone Half Double CrochetHBhdcYarn over hook. Insert hook into stitch, yarn over hook, pull through stitch and 1 loop (2 loops on hook), yarn over hook, pull through two remaining two loops
Double CrochetdcSingle CrochetscInsert hook into stitch, yarn over hook, pull though stitch (2 loops on hook), yarn over hook, pull through remaining two loops
Slip StitchssSlip StitchssInsert hook into stitch, yarn over hook, pull through stitch and through loop 
ChainchChainchYarn over hook, pull through loop

Notes on the pattern:

This pattern uses a two row repeat.

The turning chain at the start of each row counts as a stitch. The first true stitch of each row should be inserted into the top of the second stitch from the row below.

Different Sizes: 

Remember you will need to adjust the yarn quantities if making the scarf longer or wider.

Adjusting the Length: To make the length of the scarf longer or shorter you must adjust the number of stitches in the starting chain.  Any number plus 1 for the starting chain. The sample had a starting chain of 205 (204+1) and measured a length of 175cm (69in) (without the tassels).

Adjusting the Width: To make the width of the scarf wider or narrower you must adjust the number of completed rows as per pattern.  The sample measured 19cm (7.5in) in width which was worked in 26 rows.

Instructions:

  • Foundation Row: Chain 205 (any number +1 for starting chain) for approximately a length of 175cm (excluding tassels). Adjust the number of chains in the foundation row if you desire a longer or shorter scarf.
  • Row 1. Dc in second chain from the hook. Dc all the way along to the end. Turn.
  • Row 2. ch2 (counts as 1st HBhtr), HBhtr in 2nd stitch and all the way along to the end (ensuring that a HBhtr is inserted in the last stitch/turning chain). Turn.
  • Row 3. ch2 (counts as 1st dc), and insert dc in all stitches to the end, ensuring that the last dc is inserted into the turning chain. Turn.
  • Row 4. ch2 (counts as 1st HBhtr), and insert a HBhtr in all stitches to the end, ensuring that the last HBhtr is inserted in the turning chain.
  • Continue to alternate Row 3 and Row 4 until the desired width is reached. The sample was worked in 26 rows to reach a width of 19cm (7.5in).
  • Weave in ends
  • Add tassels (optional) as described below.

Instructions for Tassels:

Weave in all of your ends, and enjoy your scarf………..