The crochet Sunny days scarf is very easy to crochet and if you only know how to crochet the single crochet stitch and the double crochet stitch, this pattern is perfect for you to make. The shell stitch is very easy to crochet and gives the pattern a textured lace look.
I love this stitch not only because is easy and fast to crochet but because it looks beautiful in any solid color, in Ombre colors and is perfect for those cake yarn we all love.
Because of the versatility, the crochet Sunny days scarf is one of my top things to grab on the way out the door when I need an extra layer. It’s not as enormous as a blanket scarf, so it’s easy to tote along and is the perfect thing to warm your shoulders or your neck.
I usually wear mine with the point in front and the ends wrapped around the neck to create somewhat of a shield on the chest, but they are also lovely draped over the shoulders.
Here is a photo with my boy enjoying my new scarf, but in the same time being very vigilant in case a pigeon appears on the window. He loves to watch pigeons and he stays with his nose against the window for hours watching them!
He just loves everything I crochet and he enjoys sleeping on my crocheted or knitted projects. Every time I’m taking a brake from crocheting I find him relaxing on my projects.
Here is a closer look for this beautiful textured lace:
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Skill level: Easy.
For the Sunny Days scarf you will need:
For my scarf I’ve used 300g (600m) acrylic yarn, a 3.5 mm hook, scissors. I recommend this yarn:
A soft and fabulous anti pilling acrylic yarn in a beautiful colors combinations. Here is the combinations with grey and yellow and grey, a beautiful colors combinations I love: http://bit.ly/2X0NswZ
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If you like the mittens I’m wearing in the photo bellow, here is the pattern:
The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
sc= single crochet;
dc= double crochet;
tr= treble crochet;
The pattern for the crochet Sunny days scarf:
The video tutorial:
The written instructions:
1. Row 1:
Start with ch 5; dc in 5th ch from the hook, ch 3; dc, ch, tr in the same ch like the previous stitches.
2. Row 2:
Ch 1, sc in the tr of the previous row; dc 7 in next ch space, sc in ch 3 of the previous row; dc 7 in next ch space and sc in the same ch space;
3. Row 3:
Ch 5, dc in sc of the previous row, ch 5. In the next sc of the previous row: dc, ch, dc, ch 3, dc, ch, dc; ch 5; dc in next sc of the previous row, ch 1, tr in the same stitch;
4. Row 4:
Ch1, sc in tr of the previous row; dc 7 in first ch space, sc in 4th dc of the previous row (the ch 5 should be inside the sc); crochet dc 7 in next ch space, sc in the ch 3 space (we will name this stitch “The Middle Point stitch”), dc 7 in next ch space, sc in 4th dc of the previous row (the ch 5 should be inside the sc); dc 7 in next ch space, sc in the same ch space.
5. Row 5:
Ch 5, dc in sc of the previous row, *ch 5. In the next sc of the previous row: dc, ch, dc*. Repeat *-* until you reach the Middle Point stitch crochet ch 3 and in the same Middle Point stitch continue with: dc, ch, dc. Repeat *-* until you reach the last sc where you’ll finish with: dc, ch, tr.
6. Row 6:
Ch 1, sc in tr of the previous row; *dc 7 in next ch 1 space, sc in 4th dc of the previous row (the ch 5 should be inside the sc)*. Repeat *-* until you reach the ch 3 space- in this space you’ll crochet the sc of the repetition and continue repeating *-*. The last sc you’ll crochet it in the same ch space as the dc 7.
Repeat the pattern from the row 5 until you reach the desire size.
Tie off and weave in the ends.
The wavy edge created by the pattern looks so beautiful you don’t need to crochet a border. But if you really want one, try something simple, like one row of single crochet, in this way you won’t change the look of the scarf.
This is it, your new beautiful scarf, enjoy it!
Here are my other patterns for scarves:
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