crochet scarf

If you are looking for crochet a scarf pattern the Wild Tulips crochet scarf is the perfect crochet scarf easy pattern to go for this summer. This Wild Tulips crochet scarf is the perfect free crochet patterns if you are a beginner and you want to learn how to crochet a lace stitch that looks gorgeous and is not very hard to crochet. The pattern only uses two stitches: single crochet and double crochet.

Crocheting scarves is one of my favorite thing to crochet, especially since I love triangle scarves because I can adjust the size as I go. If you are looking for how to crochet a lace scarf this is an easy pattern to go. This crochet scarf lace pattern has a chart too, so it’s much easier to follow, I do prefer a chart when I’m crocheting. And the video tutorial it’s on my to-do list, so keep an eye on my YouTube channel.

The size of the Wild Tulips crochet scarf:  146 cm/ 57.5 inches- wingspan and 91 cm/ 36 inches- depth from the center.

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For my Wild Tulips scarf, I’ve used 400g (8x 50g) Pure cotton fine (50g= 170m/ 1.76oz= 185 yards), and a 3.5 mm hook.

cottonThis is a very high-quality cotton yarn.

This yarn is made from 100% combed Turkish cotton, which is soft, flexible, and exceptionally durable. Textiles in Turkish cotton stay beautiful for many years and only get softer with use. This yarn also excels when it comes to its absorbing powers, but is quick-drying at the same time.

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ABBREVIATIONS:   

ch= chain;

st= stitch;

sc= single crochet;

dc= double crochet;

3 dc cl= 3 double crochet cluster;

The pattern uses US crochet terminology.

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wild tulips crochet scarf

The chart (click on the photo for a better resolution):

 

The written instructions for the Wild Tulips crochet scarf:

1. Row 1: Start with 4 chains. In the 4th chain from the hook crochet: 3 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, ch, 1 dc.
2. Row 2: ch 3 (count as one dc and one ch), 3 dc in first ch space, ch. In the ch 2 space crochet: 3 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc. Ch and in the last ch space crochet: 3 dc, ch, 1 dc.
3. Row 3: ch 2 (count as 1 dc), 1 dc in the same stitch. Continue to crochet 1 dc in every next ch space and 1 dc in every next stitch. In the 2 ch space crochet: 3 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc.
Continue to crochet 1 dc in every next stitch and 1 dc in every next ch space to the last stitch. In the last stitch crochet 2 dc. You should have 26 stitches.
4. Row 4: ch (don’t count as a stitch), sc in the same stitch, *ch, skip 2 stitches, and crochet in the next stitch: 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, ch. Skip 2 stitches and crochet: 1 sc*. Repeat *-* one time. Next, in the 2 ch space crochet: 1 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc. In the next stitch crochet 1 sc. Repeat *-* to the end.
5. Row 5: ch2 (count as one dc), dc in the same stitch, ch. *In the next 2 ch space crochet: 3 dc cluster (3 dc crocheted together), ch, 3 dc cluster, ch, 3 dc cluster, ch*. Repeat *-* in every next 2 ch space. When you reach the “3 dc” stitches crochet in the second dc 1 sc and 1 ch and continue to repeat *-* to the last 2 ch space. And in the next sc stitch crochet 2 dc.
6. Row 6: ch 2 (count as one dc), dc in the same stitch, ch. *In every next ch space crochet: 1 dc, ch*. When you reach the “sc” of the previous row crochet: 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, ch. Repeat *-* to the last ch space and in the last stitch of the row crochet 2 dc.
7. Row 7: ch 2 (count as one dc), 1 dc in the same stitch, and 1 dc in the next stitch. Crochet 1 dc in every next ch space and 1 dc in every next stitch. In the 2 ch space crochet: 2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc. Continue to crochet 1 dc in every next stitch and 1 dc in every next ch space to the last stitch. In the last stitch crochet 2 dc. You should have 54 stitches.
8. Row 8: ch (don’t count as a stitch), sc in the same stitch, *ch, skip 2 stitches and crochet in the next stitch: 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, ch. Skip 2 stitches and crochet 1 sc*; Repeat *-* to the 2 ch space and crochet in this space: ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, ch. Skip 2 stitches and crochet 1 sc. Repeat *-* to the end of the row.
9. Row 9: ch 2 (count as one dc), dc in the same stitch, ch. *In the next 2 ch space crochet: 3 dc cluster (3 dc crocheted together), ch, 3 dc cluster, ch, 3 dc cluster, ch*. Repeat *-* in every next 2 ch space. When you reach the “3 dc” stitches crochet in the second dc 1 sc and 1 ch and continue to repeat *-* to the last 2 ch space. And in the next sc stitch crochet 2 dc.
10. Row 10: ch 2 (count as one dc), dc in the same stitch, ch. *In every next ch space crochet: 1 dc, ch*. When you reach the “1 sc” of the previous row crochet: 1 dc, 2 ch, 1 dc, ch. Repeat *-* to the last ch space and in the last stitch of the row crochet 2 dc.
11. Row 11: ch 2 (count as one dc), 1 dc in the same stitch, and 1 dc in the next stitch. Crochet 1 dc in every next ch space and 1 dc in every next stitch. In the 2 ch space crochet: 2 dc, 2 ch, 2 dc. Continue to crochet 1 dc in every next stitch and 1 dc in every next ch space to the last stitch. In the last stitch crochet 2 dc. You should have 78 stitches.
Repeat the pattern from Row 8 and crochet until you reach the desired length.

The edge:

Finish with a round of single crochet stitches on the right side: ch (don’t count as a stitch) *1 sc in the next stitch*. Repeat *-* to the 2 ch space and crochet 2 sc. Repeat *-* to the last stitch. Secure the last stitch and weave in the ends.

The single crochet edge is an easy way to add stability and flatten curling pieces. To work this single crochet edge, always insert your hook from front to back under both loops of the previous crochet stitch. Crochet this edge from the right side of the piece and from right to left. If you crochet with your left hand, reverse the direction.

I recommend washing the Wild Tulips crochet scarf by hand or on the washing machine at a maximum of 30 Celsius degrees. I prefer 20 Celsius degrees for all my crocheted or knitted items. Dry flat the scarf and block the scarf using your favorite method, because I’ve used cotton yarn I’ve ironed mine at the temperature indicated on the yarn label.

Here is a list of my other free crochet patterns for scarves:
  1. Summer crochet scarf;
  2. Coffee break crochet scarf;
  3. Crochet Trinity Scarf;
  4. How to crochet a lace scarf;
  5. Autumn vibes crochet scarf;
  6. Sunny days crochet scarf;
  7. Deep Forest crochet scarf;

 

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