An easy scarf pattern with a fun new stitch, my Misty Pines Crochet Scarf is a free pattern here on the blog! This scarf is an easy project that works up quickly and features a lot of pretty texture!
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Inspiration and Design
As we head into the month of March, the weather here in Jersey is still very cold and bitter. We have gotten a lot of snow and the wind has not let up. Standing in the parent pick-up line outside every day for school has not been fun. I thought a warm bulky scarf would be nice to wear while standing in line.
The design of this crochet scarf is very simple. It is essentially one long swatch with fringe. This makes the Misty Pines Scarf perfect for a beginner. It is crocheted using a variation of the loop stitch. This specific stitch creates a very pretty texture that is so easy!
I used Paintbox Yarns Simply Chunky in the color Misty Grey for this project This yarn is heavy but not super bulky. This yarn is one of my favorite to use for quick projects. It’s very soft, comes is a wide array of colors, and is extremely economical. You won’t be disappointed with this yarn. I have used Paintbox Yarns in the past to crochet my Group Stitch Baby Blanket pattern. I also recommend it for my Plum Berry Scarf pattern. If you are looking for a substitute to this yarn, WeCrochet Brava Bulky would be a good choice.
I have also included a video tutorial for the stitch I used to crochet the Misty Pines Crochet Scarf. It will take you through step-by-step on how to crochet the loop stitch.
The Misty Pines Crochet Scarf
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Paintbox Yarns Simply Chunky (3.50z/149yds) I used 3 skeins for the length you see in the pictures.
Fabric Measuring Tape
Single Crochet (sc)
Yarn Over (yo)
Loop Stitch (LS)
The dimensions of the scarf you see in the pictures are 66″ (L) x 6.75″ (W). This does not include fringe.
Gauge is approximately 7 LS across x 12 rows = 4″
- If you would like to make a longer scarf, simply crochet more rows.
- If you would like to make your scarf wider, make a starting chain in a multiple of 2 +1 for your desired width.
MISTY PINES CROCHET SCARF INSTRUCTIONS
Row 1 – insert hook into 3rd ch from the hook (2 sk chains do not count as a st) draw up a loop, yo and insert your hook into the next ch, draw up a loop (4 loops on hook). Yo and pull through all 4 loops on hook (first LS made). *Ch.1, LS over the next 2 chains.* Rep *to last ch, Ch.1 and make a sc in the last ch. (19)
Row 2 – Ch.2 (does not count as a st throughout) turn, LS over the first sc and the ch-1 sp, *Ch.1, LS over the next st and the ch-1 sp.* Rep *until last st. Ch.1, sk last st and make a sc in the top of the 2 skipped chains. (19)
Row 3 – Ch.2 turn, LS over the first sc and the ch-1 sp, *Ch.1, LS over the next st and ch-1 sp* Rep *across until the last st. Ch.1, sk last st, make a sc in top of the turning ch.2 (19)
Continue repeating Row 3 until you have reached your desired length.
If you would like to know how to add fringe to your scarf, click on this VIDEO tutorial and fast forward to the 14 minute mark.
Thank you so much for following along with this Misty Pines Crochet Scarf pattern. I really hope you like it. Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram with all your pretty creations!
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Love this pattern, thanks for sharing!
Although the yarn color used in the demo is very pretty, I would suggest using a lighter-colored yarn so the stitches are easier to see than on the darker yarn. Just my opinion.