This pattern was first published in Happily Hooked Magazine in 2018, photography by Phanessa Fong.
The Everyday, Everywhere Scarf is a triple threat! It is a fashionable Fall accessory, it uses four stitches to teach you new techniques, and it makes a great stash buster!
Beginners, stitch sample scarves are a great way to simultaneously create something beautiful and learn four new stitches, the moss stitch, back-loop-only dc, V-stitch, and granny stitch.
My mom was this inspiration for this scarf. She loves scarves with a variety of textures and colors. A versatile scarf is the ideal fashion accessory. This scarf has dense stitches, airy stitches, and ribbing. Like I said, it’s a triple threat!
Everyday, Everywhere Scarf
All patterns are written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
Intermediate. Knowledge needed of chains (ch), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc), double crochet (dc), increases and decreases. Knowledge of amigurumi part attachment is recommended. Pattern uses short rounds for shaping.
- Caron Simply Soft, 100% acrylic, 6 oz/170 g/315 yds, Dark Country Blue (BLU) 1 ball
- Caron Simply Soft Tweed, 97% acrylic, 3% Viscose, 5 oz/141 g/250 yds, Off White (WHT) 1 ball
- Caron Simply Soft Party, 99% acrylic 1% Metallic Polyester, 3 0z, 85 g, 164 yds, Chocolate Sparkle (BRO) 1 ball
- Caron Simply Soft Heathers, 100% acrylic, 5 oz/141 g/250 yds, Charcoal Heather (BLK) 1 ball
- Furls Odyssey H (5.00 mm) hook
- Tapestry needle
One size. Scarf is 50” long before sewing
3 rows x 3 stitches in V-st pattern = 2 inches x 2 inches
- Leave extra long tails on color changes. They will be used to sew the scarf into a loop at the end.
- Ch-2 at beginning of row counts as dc.
With BLU, loosely ch 225.
Row 1: Sc in 3rd ch from hook (counts as 1st ch-1 sp), [ch 1, skip 1, sc] across, turn. (112 ch-1 sps, 112 sc)
Row 2: Ch 2, sc in next ch-1 sp, [ch 1, skip 1, sc in next ch-1 sp] across, turn.
Rows 3-12: Repeat Row 2. At end of Row 12, Change to BRO. (See Pattern Notes)
Row 13: Ch 3 (counts as dc), dc in ch-1 sp [dc in back loop of next sc, dc in ch-1 sp] across, turn. (224 dc)
Row 14: Ch 3, Working in BLO, dc across, turn.
Rows 15-20: Repeat Row 14. At end of Row 20, change WHT.
Row 21: Ch 3 (counts as dc), skip 1, [(dc, ch 1, dc) in next st, skip 2] across to last 2 sts, skip 1, dc, turn.
Row 22: Ch 3, skip dc, (dc, ch 1, dc) in ch-1 sp, [skip next 2 dc, (dc, ch 1, dc) in ch-1 sp] across to last 2 sts, skip 1, dc. Turn.
Rows 23-29: Repeat Row 22. At end of Row 29, change to BLK.
Row 30: Ch 5 (counts as dc and ch-2 sp), skip ch-1 sp, 3 dc in next ch-1 sp, [ch 2, skip next ch-1 sp, 3 dc in next ch-1 sp] across, dc in top of starting ch, turn.
Row 31: Ch 5, skip 3-dc cluster, [3 dc in ch-2 sp, ch 2, skip 3-dc cluster] across to last ch-2 sp, 3 dc in ch-5 sp, dc in 3rd ch of starting ch, turn.
Row 32: Repeat Row 31.
Bind off leaving long tail for sewing.
Lay work on flat surface. Fold in half longways. Using the long tails from each color change, sew the ends of the scarf together using the corresponding tail for each color. This will hide your joins. Weave in ends.
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Kati is the designer behind Hooked by Kati. With thousands of patterns sold around the world, Kati prides herself in creating innovative, easy-to-follow amigurumi patterns. She has designed for several publications, including Crochet!, Crochet World, Simply Crochet, and I Like Crochet. Kati finds her inspiration in science fiction, video games, and numerous visits to the zoo — all passions she shares with her husband and two boys.