Submitted on Sun, 09/24/2023 - 00:48

Crochet Boho Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

With the Fall chill creeping in with last summer's late-evening BBQs and after-noon walks, one can feel that fall i on the doorstep and that this is the time to gear up for the cold winter months to come.

Crochet Boho Scarf
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What better way than this quick and cozy crochet scarf, perfect for a gift, which can be worked up in a day, depending on your crochet speed of course. 

This scarf is surely not just destined for the cold seasons and would be a lovely spring and summer addition made in thinner, or sporting yarn.

The Scarf indicated in the image is about 25cm wide and has a length of 2m but the pattern can easily be extended to a longer size, and rows can be repeated for and addition width. 

A combination of lace and flower crochet stitches makes this a unique piece, great for gifting to your best friend or mom, or even a little live for yourself. Make a lot and simply be the star of all the craft markets.

Use bright colors for a creative end result, for a more uniform result use striped yarn and for a softer look use soft one-color wool or alpaca for a unique beauty.

The downloadable pattern includes a stitch diagram.

The pattern is only worked from one side, front side only, which means you don't turn your work and work back on the row just worked, you finish off-row, and then go back to the start of the row and join color back at the beginning of the row.

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I add these pattern requirements as a simple guide to what I have used in the example pattern as well as some suggestions that I might think will work if the required materials are not obtainable. I often get requests on what yarn I have used and what color, so I hope this section helps.
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    Materials used in the example are a composition:  50% Cotton – 50% Acrylic – Double Knit, the weight per skein is 50g, with a meterage of about 100m, and 8-10 skeins of yarn were used for this example. To make this multicolored scarf, you will need about 800 - 1000m in variations of your favorite color yarn. You can easily make this in one color yarn as the scarf is packed with various crochet stitches, which leaves a warm textured fabric.

     

Finished Measurements

Length: 165
Width: 22 cm 

To change scarf to cowl, simply connect the ends by working then with a yarn needle and string or with a simple single crochet stitch from top to bottom.

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Abbreviations

2 dcCL : 2 double crochet cluster

crochet stitch is basically just working 2dc, stitches into the same stitch, but leaving the last loop of every stitch on the hook, when you have worked all 2 stitches you should have 2 loops left on our hook, yarn over and pull the hook thru both loops and tighten it all together with a slip stitch

ch : chain

chain : most crochet projects start off with a chain, either a chain into a magic ring for rounds or a base or foundation chain for a rowed crochet project, chain can also mean chains within a pattern row, where either a single chain is worked or a number of chains is crocheted, between stitches.

ch-sp : chain space

The space left from any amount of chains worked between stitches

dc : double crochet
dc3tog : double crochet 3 stitches together
hdc : half double crochet
sc : single crochet
sk : skip

skip over / dont work into allocated stitches or chain spaces

SL ST : slip stitch
st(s) : stitches
V-st : V-Stitch

1x double crochet, 1x chain 1, 1 x double crochet all into the same stitch

Pattern instructions

This pattern is written and charted using standard US crochet terminology.

ch - chain
sc - single crochet
hdc - half double crochet
dc - double crochet
3dc-cl - 3dc-cluster - 3double crochet clusters
2-dc-cl -2double crochet clusters
V-st (v-stitch) - work 1 dc st, 1 ch st, and 1 more dc st in the same chain or space.
St / sts - stitch(s)
ch(s) Chains(s)  : chain
ch-sp  : chainspace
Sk : skip

Pattern Notes

The downloadable pattern includes a stitch diagram on the last page of the pattern.

The pattern is only worked from one side, the front side only, which means you don't turn your work and work back on the row just worked, you finish off-row, and then go back to the start of the row and join color back at the beginning of the row.

Color Indication

Colors used in example is as folllow

Cream used in rows: 1, 27, 20, 21, Light Blue for rows: 3, 11, 16 , Light Purple used in rows: 4, 19, Green used in rows: 5, 10, 15, Pink used in rows: 6, 16 and Brown was used in rows: 8, 11, 14, 17

Tension

Worked flat:
14 dc sts in a row is rows = 10cm/4 inches in length without turning at the end of each row.

The downloadable pattern is packed with extra information like resizing, as well as stitch diagrams and additional images.

Pattern Instructions

Row 1 
1dc into 3rd hook from chain, * 1dc into each of the next chains. Finish off color.    

Row 2 
Join new color,  ch2, * 1hdc into each dc from the row before. Finish off color.

Row 3
Join new color, ch2, * skip 2 hdc stitches, V-stitch (1dc,ch1,1dc) into next stitch, repeat from *
1dc into last hdc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 4 
Join new color, ch2, * V-stitch (1dc,ch1,1dc) into each V-stitch from the row before, and repeat from*  1dc into the last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 5 
Join new color, ch2, * V-stitch (1dc,ch1,1dc) into each V-stitch from the row before, repeat from*  1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 6 
Join new color, ch2, * (3dc-cl, ch1, 3dc-cl, ch1, 3dc-cl) into V-stitch, ch1, skip next V-stitch, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 7 
Join new color, ch2, 1hdc, ch1, 1hdc into first 1ch-sp, * 1hdc, ch1, 1hdc in next 1ch-sp, ch1, 1hdc 
into next 1ch-sp,  repeat from *  1hdc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 8 
Join new color, ch2, * 1dc into hdc, 1dc into 1ch-sp, repeat from * 1dc into last hdc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 9 .
Join new color, ch2, * ch1, skip a stitch, 1 dc into next, repeat from * 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 10 
Join new color, ch2, * 2x 2-dc-cl into 1-ch-sp,1dc into next 1-ch-sp, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 11 
Join new color, ch2, * ch1, V-stitch (1dc,ch1,1dc) into 1 dc, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 12 
Join new color, ch2, * 2x2-dc-cl into 1-ch-sp, 1dc into next 1dc, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 13
Join new color, ch2, * 1dc into space between 2-dc-cl, ch1, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 14
Join new color, ch2, * 1 dc into dc, 1dc in 1ch-sp, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 15
Join new color, ch2, * skip 2 stitches, V-stitch (1dc,ch1,1dc) into next stitch, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 16 
Join new color, ch2, * (3dc-cl, ch1, 3dc-cl, ch1, 3dc-cl) into V-stitch, ch1, skip next V-stitch, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 17
Join new color, ch2, 1hdc, ch1, 1hdc into first 1ch-sp, * 1hdc, ch1, 1hdc in next 1ch-sp, ch1, 1hdc 
into next 1ch-sp,  repeat from *  1hdc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 18 
Join new color, ch2, * 1 dc into 1ch-sp, 1dc into hdc, repeat from *, 1dc into last hdc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 19 
Join new color, ch2, * skip 2 stitches, V-stitch (1dc,ch1,1dc) into next stitch, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 20 
Join new color, ch2, * skip 2 stitches, V-stitch (1dc,ch1,1dc) into next stitch, repeat from *, 1dc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 21 
Join new color, ch2, * 3hdc into each stitch of the V-Stitch  (1dc, 1ch-sp, 1dc), repeat from *, 1hdc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 22
Join new color, ch2, * 1dc into every hdc from row before, repeat from *, 1dc into last hdc stitch. Finish off color.

Row 23
Join new color, ch2, * 1sc from every dc from row before, repeat from *, 1sc into last dc stitch. Finish off color.


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