Do you have any Fall traditions? I love to open the windows and let in the cooler outside temperatures, I pull some blankets out of storage, and I light some pumpkin smelling candles. Oh, and I love to make a scarf! Like this week’s new Sophie Scarf crochet pattern.
If you’re me, one of the first things you ever crocheted was a scarf. I made so many scarves, long ones with tassels, the “potato chip” ones that were super popular for a minute, and even some really simple cowls. And when I lived in New York I was pretty much never without a scarf. I had one on every time I left the house from October to March. Now, in Southern California that’s not as common but I still love to make one and I really hope you like this week’s new scarf.
With the Sophie Scarf crochet pattern I wanted to combine simple textures but kinda make it fun – that’s why it goes from a point to another point in the design. I also didn’t’ want to leave those points without tassels, because I love a good tassel. Both the extended single crochet and the crossed double crochet stitches are so easy to do but they’re also so textured. It’s right in that sweet spot of things I like – textured and simple. And of course, you can adjust this pattern as you’d like to make it longer or shorter. I want a scarf I could wrap around my neck and have enough left over to dangle but if you want shorter, feel free.
Overall, I hope you like this new scarf and give it a try. Maybe Sophie here will be your new favorite Fall accessory.
Don’t forget to wash and wear your masks and be kind. Have a happy Halloween season.
This post is linked to Loop Scoop 48.
Please note: I was provided the yarn for this pattern by Lion Brand Yarn for the purposes of designing the Sophie Scarf crochet pattern, without compensation. I wasn’t provided the yarn with the expectations of positive or negative reviews but I really like this yarn. I used it to design my Britta Pullover and intend to use it in the future more as it’s a great dk weight yarn.
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- 12 rows x 16 esc = 4″ (blocked)
Terms/ Stitches used
- Ch: Chain
- St: Stitch
- RS: Right Side
- Dc: Double crochet
- Sc2tog: Single crochet 2 sts together
- Dc2tog: Double crochet 2 sts together
- Xdc: Cross double crochet (explained below)
- Esc: Extended single crochet (explained below)
- Extended single crochet (Esc): Insert the hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, draw through one loop, yarn over, pull through the 2 loops on the hook.
- Cross Double Crochet (Xdc): This st is worked over 2 sts. Skip the next st, dc into the next st, go behind the previous dc and dc into the skipped st so that the 2 dcs create an X.
- This pattern is worked from point to point in one piece, row by row.
- The ch 1 at the beginning of some rows does not count as a stitch.
- The ch 3 at the beginning of some rows does count as a stitch.
- The sample in the photos was made with 1 skein of Lion Brand Yarn’s Mandala in Centaur.
Approx Finished Product Details for the Sophie Scarf crochet pattern
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Sophie Scarf Crochet Pattern
Row 1: Ch 3, esc into the 2nd ch from the hook and into the next ch – 2 esc
Row 2: Ch 1, turn, esc twice into the next 2 sts – 4 esc
Row 3: Ch 1, turn, esc twice into the first st, esc into the next 2 sts, esc twice into the last st – 6 esc
Row 4: Ch 1, turn, esc twice into the first st, esc across until 1 st remains, esc twice into the last st – 8 esc
Row 5: Ch 3 (counts as a dc here and throughout), turn, dc into the first st, xdc across until 1 st remains, dc twice into the last st – 4 dc, 3 xdc
Rows 6 – 8: Ch 1, turn, esc twice into the first st, esc across until 1 st remains, esc twice into the last st – 16 esc on Row 8.
Rows 9 – 16: Repeat Rows 5 – 8, twice more. 32 esc on Row 16.
Row 17: Ch 3, turn, xdc across until 1 at remains, dc into the last st – 2 dc, 15 xdc
Rows 18 – 20: Ch 1, turn, esc across – 32 esc
Rows 21 – 168: Repeat Rows 17 – 20, a total of 37 more times.
Row 169: Repeat Row 17.
Rows 170 – 172: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog the first 2 sts, esc across until 2 sts remain, sc2tog the last 2 sts – 24 esc, 2 sc2tog on Row 172
Row 173: Ch 3, turn, dc2tog the next 2 sts, xdc across until 3 sts remain, dc2tog the next 2 sts, dc into the last st – 2 dc, 2 dc2tog, 10 xdc
Rows 174 – 181: Repeat Rows 170 – 173, twice more. 2 dc, 2 dc2tog, 2 xdc on Row 181.
Rows 182 – 183: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog the first 2 sts, esc across until 2 sts remain, sc2tog the last 2 sts – 2 esc, 2 sc2tog
Row 184: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog the first 2 sts, sc2tog the last 2 sts – 2 sc2tog
Fasten off, weave in your ends. Block your scarf so it’s 8″ x 37″. Move onto the Tassels.
Make 40 lengths of yarn at about 10” each. Loop 10 pieces of yarn through one of the end sts on Row 184, folding the bundle of yarn in half at the center (this makes the tassel about 5” long), and then loop another 10 pieces through the other st on Row 184. When you have all 20 pieces looped through and folded in half on Row 184, hold them tight in one hand and tie an additional piece of yarn around the 2 bundles, about .5” – 1” down from the fold, to finish your tassel. Trim and block as you’d like with your tassel. Repeat tassel instructions on the 2 sts from Row 1.
You can pick up the Sophie Scarf Crochet Pattern in my Ravelry shop.