coffee break crochet scarf

The Coffee Break crochet scarf is a fast and easy pattern to crochet so you are going to love making and wearing it! You’re going to want to wrap yourself in this cozy and textured crochet scarf the moment you’re finished it. Also, this modern design only uses one simple stitch: single crochet so is perfect if you are a beginner. Without a doubt, this is the perfect chic accessory for this fall and winter. And if you are looking for how to crochet a scarf for men this scarf crochet pattern it’s perfect! I think the Coffee Break scarf would be a great gift for men too. The moss stitch is an easy stitch to crochet, but fairly slow to grow as you are always working into the chain spaces from the row below. The moss stitch creates a nice and dense texture, a hard-wearing fabric that would be suitable for a range of projects. This stitch looks beautifully crocheted in a variety of yarn types and weights. Here you can find 3 more ways for crocheting the moss stitch: The moss stitch: 4 ways to crochet it.

The Coffee Break crochet scarf is the perfect example of how simple stitches and basic techniques can make such a beautiful, chic, and elaborate finished piece that is hard to believe a beginner could crochet. This project is perfect for a beginner not only because it’s easy to crochet it but because after you’ll see it finished you will have the feeling that you’re crochet skills are improving and you can really do this!

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 textured scarf this is an easy pattern to crochet. This textured crochet scarf 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.

For my Coffee break crochet scarf I’ve used 400g Milky Brown 100% Antipilling Acrylic (4 x 100 g; 100 g= 265 m/ 3.53= 289 yards) and a 4 mm hook.

yarn

This yarn is a really soft yarn with great, airy volume, suitable for crochet and knitting projects. It is produced from 100% antipilling acrylic of very high quality and comes in a huge selection of colors. Items knitted with anti-pilling yarn are resilient against pilling and fuzz that can occur while using or washing. Since these are more durable than other acrylic fibers, they wear down slower. Additionally, they carry less static electricity. Anti-pilling yarns are machine washable and dryable. Whether you knit or crochet with this yarn, the stitches will stand out nicely and clearly. If you’re allergic to wool, or if you want to opt-out of animal fibers for other reasons, you can replace it with this great acrylic yarn for a soft and lovely result. The soft yarn is suitable for lots of creative, colorful projects. It definitely does not scratch and is comfortable to work with and wear on the body. Here you can buy this great yarn: http://bit.ly/3whv3g0

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The size of the Coffee break crochet scarf: is 158 cm/ 62  inches- wingspan and 80 cm/ 31.5inches- depth from the center.

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ABBREVIATIONS:   

ch= chain;

st= stitch;

sl st= slip stitch;

sc= single crochet;

The pattern uses US crochet terminology.

Printable version for purchase HERE.

The chart for the Coffee break crochet scarf (click on the photo for a better resolution):

coffee break scarf

 

Start with 2 chains.

Make the first chain larger in order to crochet the first 2 single crochet stitches easier.

1. Row 1: single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, ch, single crochet in the same chain. You should have 2 stitches.
2. Row 2: ch 2 (count as a stitch), single crochet in the next ch space, ch, single crochet in the last stitch. You should have 3 stitches.
3. Row 3: ch (don’t count as a stitch), single crochet in the first stitch, ch, single crochet in the next ch space, ch, single crochet in the last ch space. You should have 3 stitches.
4. Row 4: ch 2 (count as a stitch), single crochet in the next ch space, ch, single crochet in next ch space, ch, single crochet in last st of the row. You should have 4 stitches.
5. Row 5: ch (don’t count as a stitch), single crochet in the first stitch; * ch, single crochet in next ch space*, repeat *-* until the end of the row. You should have 4 stitches.
6. Row 6: ch 2 (count as a stitch), *single crochet in next ch space, ch*; repeat *-* until the end of the row, and in the last stitch crochet single crochet stitch. You should have 5 stitches.

Repeat the pattern from row 5 until you reach the desired length. The scarf grows with one stitch every other row.

For this scarf, I didn’t crochet an edge. I wanted the Coffee Break crochet scarf to be very simple, and easy to crochet with a classic look.

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

I hope you enjoyed this Coffee Break crochet Scarf and I can’t wait to see your photos with your Coffee Break crochet scarf. In particular, I’m very curious to see what color you’ll choose. In case you’ll share your Coffee Break crochet Scarf on Instagram or Facebook feel free to tag me, or you can use the hashtag #turquoisewithvanilla. 

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