I’ve designed this Deep Forest crochet scarf special for a friend who choose the dark green color. I love so much this pattern, I’ve already crocheted three scarves in different colors and I love how it looks crocheted with an ombre yarn.

This is an easy and fun project to crochet for you or as a gift for your friend.

For the Deep Forest crochet scarf I’ve used 350 g cotton (7 x 50 g skein) and 3 mm hook, or 300 g (600 m) of ombre yarn.

Skill level: Easy.

For the Deep Forest scarf you will need:

For this project I recommend this yarn:

Soft, wonderful cotton yarn combined with acrylic make a soft and light high quality yarn. You can buy this yarn here: http://www.iceyarns.com/git/350/en/baby-summer-dark-green

You can buy your favorite color here: https://www.iceyarns.com/baby-summer

 

A soft and fabulous anti pilling acrylic yarn in a beautiful colors combinations. Choose your favorite combination from here: http://bit.ly/3gmJrLd

 

 

This pattern looks great in pink too, you’ll find a pictures at the end of the article.

 

For the pink combination you find the yarn: http://bit.ly/36t85oD

 

 

 

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Abbreviations:

The pattern uses US crochet terminology.

ch= chain;

st= stitch;

sc= single crochet;

dc= double crochet;

The  pattern for the crochet Deep Forest scarf:

The written pattern and the chart for each row:

Start with 5 ch;

1. Row 1: In the 5th ch from the hook crochet: dc 3, ch 2, dc 3, ch1, dc;

2. Row 2: ch 4; in first ch space: 3 dc, ch; in the ch 2 space of the previous row: dc 3, ch 2, dc 3; ch 1; in next ch space: dc 3, ch 1, dc;

3. Row 3:  ch 4; in first ch space: *3 dc, ch*; In next ch space repeat *-*; and in ch 2 space crochet: dc 3, ch 2, dc 3; ch 1. Repeat *-* for the next 2 ch spaces; dc in the same ch space like the last dc 3;

4. Row 4: ch 4; in first ch space: *3 dc, ch*. Repeat *-* until you reach the ch 2 space and crochet: dc 3, ch 2, dc 3; ch 1; repeat *-* for the next ch spaces, dc in the same ch space like the last dc 3.

5. Row 5: ch 4 (count as a dc); dc 2, in next ch space; dc in every stitch (in the dc and ch space of the previous row) until you reach the ch 2 space and crochet: dc 2, ch 2, dc 2 and and keep crocheting dc in every stitch ( dc and ch) until you reach the last ch space and crochet: dc 2, ch1, dc. In total you should have 40 dc.

6. Row 6: ch 4 (count as a dc); dc in next ch space; ch 1, dc in next st; *skip 1 stitch, ch 1, dc*; repeat *-* until you reach the ch 2 space and crochet: dc, ch 2, dc.  In next stitch: ch, dc; repeat *-*  until you reach the last ch space and crochet: ch, dc, ch, dc. You should have in total 26 dc.

7. Row 7: ch1, sc in first stitch; *ch, sc in next ch space*; repeat *-*until you reach the ch 2 space and crochet: ch, sc, ch 2, sc, repeat *-* until the end of the row. In last ch space crochet another ch, sc. You should have in total 28 sc.

8. Row 8: ch 2 (count as a dc), dc cross (skip first st and crochet a dc in the ch space, then crochet a dc over the first dc in the st you skipped); *dc cross ( first dc in next ch space and the second dc over the dc you’ve just crocheted in the previous ch space)*. Repeat *-* until you reach the ch 2 space and crochet 2 chains then continue repeating *-* until the end of the row; dc in the last stitch. You should have 28 dc cross stitches.

 

9. Row 9: ch 1, sc in first st; *ch, sc between the next 2 dc cross stitches*. Repeat *-* until you reach the ch 2 space and crochet: ch, sc, ch2, sc and continue repeating *-* until the end of the end. You should have 30 sc.

10. Row 10: ch 4 (count as a dc), dc in first st; *ch, dc in next ch space*. Repeat *-* until you reach the ch 2 space and crochet: ch, dc, ch 2, dc and and continue repeating *-* until the end of the row. In the last st: ch, dc, ch, dc. In total you should have 34 dc.

 

 

11. Row 11: ch 3 (count as a dc), starting with the first st of the row crochet a dc (in the dc and the ch of the previous row), when you reach the ch 2 space crochet: dc 2, ch 2, dc 2 and continue crocheting dc in every stitch until the end of the row. In the last st crochet dc 3. You should have 72 dc.

12. Row 12: ch 4 (count as a dc), in first st crochet dc 3; *skip 3 st, ch, dc 3*, repeat *-* until you reach ch 2 and crochet: ch, dc 3, ch 2, dc 3 and continue repeating *-* until the end of the row. In the last st crochet ch, dc.

13. Row 13: repeat row 12;

14. Row 14: repeat row 12;

15. Row 15: repeat row 12;

Repeat the pattern from row 5 until you reach the desire length.

 

I love to add these flowers on the tassels, it looks beautiful and original, in a way they are my signature, all my scarves have flowers and tassels.

The Flower:

Here is a list with my others free patterns for scarves:

1. How to crochet a lace scarf;

2. How to crochet Autumn vibes scarf;

3. How to crochet Sunny days scarf;

4. How to crochet the Deep Forest scarf;

5. How to knit Landscape cables scarf;

6. How to knit a unisex scarf.

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