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Twist Scarf Crochet Pattern

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You only need to crochet three rows for this easy crochet scarf. This free crochet scarf pattern will leave you with a lovely twirling scarf in warm alpaca yarn.  It's the perfect accessory for any season and you'll love it so much that you'll soon have one in every color!  This is a great beginner project and a fun scarf to make during a snowy weekend spent indoors.  These scarves also make wonderful gift ideas for girls of all ages, perfect for giving during the holidays or on a birthday.  You could even layer 2 scarves together for a fun colorful look.

Twirl Easy Crochet Scarf

Materials:

  • 2 balls Bernat Alpaca yarn in Indigo
  • 6.5 mm (U.S. K or 10½) crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge

 

Gauge: 11 sc and 12 rows = 4" 10 cm

 

Instructions:
Measurements: 4 x 60" 10 x 152.5 cm
Scarf is worked sideways.

  1. Ch 186.
     
  2. 1st rnd: (RS). 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. *Ch 3. Miss next 3 ch. 1 sc in next ch. Rep from * to end of ch. Ch 8. Sl st in 3rd ch from hook. [Ch 1. (Yoh) 4 times. Draw up a loop in same ch as last sc. (Yoh and draw through 2 loops) 5 times – Dtr made. Ch 3. Sl st in top of dtr – Picot made] 14 times. Do not turn. Work in opposite side of foundation ch: **Miss next ch-3 sp. 3 sc in next ch-3 sp. Miss next ch-3 sp. (Dtr. Picot. Ch 1) 9 times in next ch-3 sp.** Rep from ** to ** to last two ch-3 sps. Miss next ch-3 sp. 1 sc in next sc. Miss next ch-3 sp. (Dtr. Picot. Ch 1) 15 times in side of first sc.
     
  3. Work into rem side of 1st rnd: Miss next ch-3 sp. 3 sc in next ch-3 sp. Ch 1. 3 sc in next ch-3 sp. Rep from ** to ** to last two ch-3 sps. Miss next ch-3 sp. 1 sc in next sc. Miss next ch-3 sp. Join with sl st to 5th ch of ch 8. Fasten off.

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Sep 28, 2013

the new instructions are GREAT!!! Now I'll make a bunch of these (in no-time-at-all).

 

Aug 30, 2013

I am so glad to see that I was not the ONLY one who was thoroughly confused by these instructions. Now, I will try the revised insturctions (and I'll try it with bulky yarn).

 

29 Ratings

Aug 30, 2013

I'm so glad to see that I wasn't the ONLY one who was thoroughly confused by this pattern. I'll try these revised instructions.

 

Aug 3, 2013

Easy??? yeah, not really ... one of the most confusing patterns I've ever seen. I started to follow the one in the comments section, that made most sense, but the scarf was supposed to be 60" long. Mine was working up to be about 46". NOT long enough to be a scarf.. yep. Froging this one :(

 

Jul 6, 2013

I tried to print the new instructions and it won't print. I am going to try the first set of instructions but it would be very helpful if I could print all of it.

 

Mar 19, 2013

This pattern was so confusing for so many people that I re-wrote it (with a slight alteration): To make this scarf you will work all of the way around the foundation chain without turning, with right side facing the whole way. The effect will be like a long oval or a link chain with fans going of all the way around it. For this reason, instead of rows there will be steps. sc=single crochet, ch=chain, sk=skip, sl st=slip stitch, yo=yarn over, dtr=double treble Make a foundation chain of 186. Step 1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from the hook. *Ch 3, skip next 3 ch stitches, 1 sc in next ch stitch* Repeat from * across entire chain. This has created a new base chain. Most of the stitches will be made into the large gaps. Step 2: This step will create the fan at one end of the scarf. Ch 8, sl st into 3rd ch from the hook. This will count as the first dtr with picot. *Ch 1, yarn over 4 times, insert hook into the first sc at the end of the original foundation chain, yo and pull a loop through. You now have 6 loops on your hook. Yo and pull through 2 loops, repeat 5 times. This has created the dtr. Ch 3, sl st in top of dtr. This has created the picot.* Repeat from * 8 times for a total of 9 dtr with picots. Step 3: Do not turn. You will work across the other side of your new base chain. *Sk next ch 3 gap, 3 sc in next ch 3 gap, sk next ch 3 gap, dtr with picot into next ch 3 gap 9 times* Repeat across until you get to the last two ch 3 gaps. Step 4: Sk next ch 3 gap, 1 sc in ch between gaps, sk last gap. Dtr with picot 9 times into last sc of the original foundation chain, creating the fan at the other end of the scarf. Step 5: You will continue around, now working across the other side of the work. *Sk next ch 3 gap, 3 sc in next ch 3 gap, sk next ch 3 gap, dtr with picot into next ch 3 gap 9 times* Repeat across until you get to the last two ch 3 gaps. Step 6: Sk next ch 3 gap, 1 sc in ch between gaps, sk last gap. Join with sl st in 5th ch of ch 8 that was created at the beginning of step 2 (the very first dtr). Fasten off and weave in ends.

 

Feb 8, 2013

I really want to make this scarf, but cannot understand the directions. What is Yoh? Does it mean yarn over hook? Is it explaining how to make a Dtr?

 

Jan 13, 2013

I dont understand. These directions r really confusing. I tried to piece it together and my scarf looks good so far but i'm lost and i dont know how to finish it :/

 

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