Autumn Sunset Super Scarf
The Super Scarf craze continues! I made this one in a more open lacy stitch using Red Hearts Unforgettable in Stained Glass. I love that the stitch combination makes for a less dense scarf which allows for less bulky wraps, while still providing ample warmth.
The stitch is an easy 4 row repeat which becomes intuitive after a couple of repeats. I made this scarf a very generous 15″ wide by 96″ long (not including fringe) but it is easily adjusted up or down for your own taste – you could even make it wider and wear it as a lovely wrap! I added a simple fringe for a little extra “something”, but it looks great without it too. These make great holiday gifts too!
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Skill Level: Easy
Size: 15” x 96”
Pattern written for Regular with changes for Long in ( )
- Red Heart Unforgettable, in colorway Stained Glass (383 yards) – 4 balls other worsted weight yarn in colors of choice
- Hook US I/5.50 mm
- Tapestry Needle
Not critical for this project, but I got approximately 16 sts and 9 rows in 4”
Stitch multiple = 14
dc: double crochet
hdc: half double crochet
sc: single crochet
VSt = (dc, ch3, dc) in same st
- Weave ends as you work
- Repeat instructions in [ ] as indicated.
- The stitch count is in ( ) at end of each row.
- Ch1 at beginning of row does not count as stitch.
- I achieved the look of the striped scarf sample by using self-striping yarn.
- You can find plenty of fringe tutorials on line, but here are two I like:
Row 1: Ch62, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch (61 sc)
Row 2: Ch6 (counts as dc + ch3), turn, dc in same st, ch3, skip 3, [sc 5, ch3, skip 3, VSt, ch3, skip 3] 4 times, sc 5, ch3, skip 3, VSt in last st. (6 VSt)
Row 3: Ch3, turn, 2dc in ch3 space of VSt, dc in next dc (this is the last one of the beginning VSt), 3dc in next ch3 space, [skip 2 sc, sc in next sc, skip 2 sc, 3dc in next ch3 space, dc in next dc, 3dc in ch3 space of VSt, dc in next dc, 3dc in next ch3 space] 4 times, skip 2sc, sc in next sc, skip 2 sc, 3dc in next ch3 space, dc in next dc, 2dc in ch3 space of VSt, dc in 3rd ch of beg ch6. (63 st)
Row 4: Ch1, turn, sc in first 3 sts, [ch3, VSt in next sc, ch3, skip 3 dc, sc 5] 4 times, ch3, skip 3 dc, VSt in sc, ch3, skip 4 dc, sc last 3 dc.
Row 5: Ch1, turn, sc in first st, [3dc in next ch3 space, dc next dc, 3dc in ch3 of VSt, dc next dc, 3dc in next ch3 space, skip 2 sc, sc in next sc] 4 times, 3dc in next ch3 space, dc next dc, 3dc in ch3 of VSt, dc next dc, 3dc in next ch3 space, skip 2 sc, sc in last sc.
Repeat Rows 2 to 5 until scarf is approximately 1 ½” shorter than your desired length.
Next Row 1: Repeat Row 2
Next Row 2: Ch1, turn, sc 4, hdc 2, dc, [dc 2, hdc 2, sc 5, hdc 2, dc] 4 times, dc 2, hdc 2, sc 4.
Last Row: Ch1, turn, sc in each st to end. Fasten off.
Add fringe if desired.
See the matching Autumn Sunset Slouch HERE!
If you’d like to see more super scarves, be sure to check out this collection on ALLFREECROCHET
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