This scarf uses a one-row repeat to create a beautiful lacey scarf. You only need to know three stitches – chain, half double crochet, and double crochet. I made my scarf wide and extra long, with a colorblock pattern, but you can easily customize your scarf to match your personal style. Free pattern below, including video tutorial!
*Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links, which means if you click on them and make a purchase I may, at no additional cost to you, earn a commission. Read full disclosure here.
More info, tell about ad-free printable PDF, if relevant
- Fingering weight yarn in three colors. I used Palette Fingering (231y/50g, 100% Peruvian highland wool) in Toffee (3 balls), Navy (2 balls), and Wallaby (2 balls)
- Size F (3.75mm) Crochet Hook. I used a Clover Soft Touch Hook
- Yarn/Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends.
- ch chain
- st(s) stitch(es)
- hdc half double crochet
- dc double crochet
This scarf uses a one row repeat to create a beautiful lightly lacy design! You can easily modify the length and width of this scarf as well as the colorblocking pattern to match your personal style.
As written, the scarf is very long, so if you don’t want the super length scarf, reduce the number of rows you repeat for each section!
The pattern uses a multiple of six stitches plus one for the base chain. The instructions start with ch73, which yields a scarf about 10” wide. To adjust, simply add or remove stitches in multiples of six. Each multiple added or removed will adjust the width of the scarf by a little less than an inch.
Turn ch2 always counts as hdc.
Wide Scarf YouTube Video Tutorial
How to Crochet the Wide Colorblock Scarf
2. dc in 4th ch from hook, ch3, sk 1, dc, *ch1, sk3, dc, ch3, sk1, dc), repeat from * to last st, hdc in last st
3. ch2 (counts as hdc), turn, *dc in skipped ch1 on starting ch (working over the ch3 of previous row so it gets “trapped”), ch3, dc in the same st, ch1, repeat from * to last st. Do not work the ch1 on the last repeat. hdc in last st.
- ch2, turn, *dc over ch3 from two rows below, making sure to work over the ch3 one row below as well. You’ll reach between the two double crochets that are forming a “V” to grab this chain. ch3, dc in same space, ch1, repeat from * to last st, omitting the ch1 on the last repeat. hdc in last stitch.
- Repeat row 4 to desired length, changing colors whenever you want. Color changes I used are as follows:
- Color 1 (Toffee) 70 rows
- Color 2 (Navy) 55 rows
- Color 3 (Wallaby) 80 rows
- Color 2 (Navy) 55 rows
- Color 1 (Toffee) 70 rows.
6. Finish off, weave in ends. You’re done!
Links to other designs like this
This pattern and all associated images are copyrighted. If you would like to use this pattern in a roundup blog post, you may use 1 image and link to this blog post. You may not copy the pattern instructions. Thank you for supporting Kickin Crochet!