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Soft Check Scarf

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Made in an eco-friendly wool containing sustainable bamboo, this scarf with unique check pattern is pretty, responsible, and feel greats to touch. Look closely at this warm yet soft scarf to see the lovely checked, diamond pattern running throughout.  Perfect for men and women alike, this Soft Check Crochet Scarf is great for keeping warm in the winter, and is easy enough to make that you'll soon have one in all your favorite colors!  Make this crocheted scarf for yourself or create one for a loved one...they make a wonderful stocking stuffer!

Crochet Check Scarf 

Materials:

  • 3 skeins Red Heart® Eco-Ways Bamboo Wool yarn in Cocoa
  • 5.5mm [US I-9] crochet hook
  • Yarn needle

 

Gauge: In pattern: (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) twice = 4”

 

Crochet Check Scarf

 

Instructions:
Size: 48” x 6” featuring two 3” long slits
To form the two 3” slits, scarf is worked in 3 sections for following 4 rows.

  1. Ch 35.
     
  2. Row 1 (Wrong Side): 3 dc in 5th ch from hook, [sk next 4 chs, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch] 5 times, sk next 4 chs, sc in last ch, turn.
     
  3. Row 2 (Right Side): Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in each of next 5 ch-3 spaces, sc in space formed by beginning 4 sk chs, ch 4, turn.
     
  4. Row 3: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in each of next 5 ch-3 spaces, sc in next ch-4 space, ch 4, turn.
     
  5. Rows 4-9: Repeat Row 3.

First Section

  1. Row 10: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-3 space, turn, leaving remaining sts unworked.
     
  2. Row 11: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space, turn.
     
  3. Row 12: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-3 space.
     
  4. Row 13: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space. Fasten off.

Second Section

  1. Row 10: Join yarn with slip st in first unworked sc on Row 9 from First Section, ch 4, 3 dc in same sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-3 space, turn, leaving remaining sts unworked.
     
  2. Row 11: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space, turn.
     
  3. Row 12: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-3 space, turn.
     
  4. Row 13: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space. Fasten off.

Third Section

  1. Row 10: Join yarn with slip st in first unworked sc on Row 9 from Second Section, ch 4, 3 dc in same sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-3 space, turn.
     
  2. Row 11: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space, turn.
     
  3. Row 12: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-3 space, turn.
     
  4. Row 13: Ch 4, 3 dc in first sc, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space. Fasten off.

Center Section

  1. Row 14: Hold piece with right side facing, join yarn with slip st in first sc on Row 13 of First Section, ch 4, 3 dc in same st, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space, ch 3, 3 dc in first sc on Second Section, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space, ch 3, 3 dc in next sc on Third Section, (sc, ch 3, 3 dc) in next ch-3 space, sc in next ch-4 space, turn.
     
  2. Rows 15-65: Repeat Row 3.
     
  3. Fasten off.  Weave in ends.

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I just repeated row 3, to make it simple :) row 3 all the way and it came out great!

Hi, thanks for this pattern but I think there is a typo between lines three and four. You said to chain 4 and then turn to go into row 4. Then row 4 starts out with another chain 4. I have crocheted for many years so I just ignored this and went on without doing the second chain 4 but I know that a novice could be messed up by this. Just thought I would let you know. Again, thanks for the pattern and I am making this now. Happy New Year, Tonya Tingey

I was skeptical about starting this pattern because the comments below made it seem like the pattern had an error. I decided to go ahead and try it. I did eventually reach the difficult part. Being that it is worked in 3 sections is what I thought made it difficult because at some points you are like where is this sc you speak of? I just used my best judgement and it turned out great! I love it! Also remember there is a right and a wrong side. You are just trying to keep the stitches uniform. Here is a picture of one I am selling. https://www.etsy.com/listing/154824353/keyhole-scarf?

Good Morning Fellower Crocheters. I need help with this pattern. Row 14. Do you ch 3 first and then make the 3 dc in the second section, or do you slip st section 1 to section 2, ch 3 then make the 3 dc in the first sc?

That is such a beautiful pattern.

COMMENTS AND PLEA FOR HELP!!!!br /Hi,I was wondering if anyone has made this scarf? I love the idea of the slits to pull it through rather than having to tie it resulting in unneed and unwanted bulk.br /I also was wondering if the slits could be incorporated into any scarf that one takes a liking too without that much trouble? Any ideas of how to figure out where to put the slits?br /In other words "I am just a beginner and wouldn't want to fail at my first attempt"!br /I would not only like to make this scarf for one of my Daughters but for my Grand Daughter too. I think the slits would be great for a youngster rather than a big old knot at her neck.br /That's why I think this scarf is great, I personally could never wear them because of the extra bulk at the neck and just slinging them over they never stayed. Is there a seasoned crocheter out there who would kindly rewrite the pattern for kids 1 year and up?br /What say you? br /I am disabled but if it's tried and true I would gladly give you a few bucks to rewrite it in a child's size easy to read, very easy to read format!! br /

I love the new bamboo yarns, they are so soft, comfortable and beautiful.

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