I am so excited to start sharing with you some new Fall patterns that have been on my mind. They’re many scarves, beanies, cowls and a cardigan in the works right now and I love it! Today I want to share with you the crochet pattern for my Plum Berry Scarf.
This scarf pattern is an extremely easy scarf to crochet! It is a very textured scarf and can be crocheted using as many colors as you want. It also would look gorgeous with just one color as well! The stitch looks harder than it actually is, I promise! You can make this scarf as long or short as you would like. I love how the fringe looks with this scarf. It adds that little something extra making it look more luxurious!
The bulky weight yarn makes this crochet scarf cozy and warm for the upcoming colder months.
Scroll down for the pattern!
Plum Berry Scarf Pattern
If you would like to purchase an ad-free printer friendly version of this pattern, click HERE.
The finished measurements of the scarf are approx. 72in length and 7in width. This measurement does not include fringe.
The yarn that you see in the pictures is Lion Pride Woolspun. Unfortunately, this yarn has been discontinued. Below are a few substitutes that you can use for this scarf pattern.
Paintbox Yarns Simply Chunky – You will need 3 skeins.
Lion Brand Color Made Easy – You will need 2 skeins
Double Crochet (dc)
Slip Stitch (ss)
PLUM BERRY SCARF PATTERN
With Color A
Row 1 – (ss,dc) in 2nd ch from the hook, sk next st. *(ss,dc) in the next ch, sk next ch* Repeat *til there are two chains left. Sk next ch, ss in the last ch. (19)
Row 2 – Ch. 2 turn, (ss,dc) in the first st, sk next st. *(ss,dc) in the next st, sk next st.* Repeat *til there are two stitches left. Sk next st, ss in the last st. (19)
Rows 3 thru 20 – Repeat row 2
Add Color B:
Rows 21 thru 166 – Repeat row 2
Add Color A:
Rows 167 thru 186 – Repeat row 2
Bind off an weave in any loose ends!
Fringe pieces need to measure approx. 14” long before adding them to edge of scarf. To quickly cut fringe pieces of all the same length, wrap yarn around a piece of cardboard or a thin book that is approximately 7” tall. Cut at one end.
With right side facing you, begin at one corner of short edge of scarf. Insert hook from the front of scarf toward back and grab three strands of fringe. Pull fringe partially up to front of scarf. Insert fingers through resulting loop of fringe and pull fringe tails through loop. You can also pull the fringe through the loop with a crochet hook.
How you want to space out your fringe is up to you. For example, you can add fringe to every stitch or every other stitch.
If you would like to purchase an ad-free printer friendly version of this pattern on Ravelry, click HERE.
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Aw, this was an incredibly good post. Spending some time
and actual effort to make a great article… but what
can I say… I hesitate a lot and never seem to get nearly anything done.
Julie Kube says
Looks beautiful. Can’t wait to make this.
If I want to make it wider, is it just a matter of even stitches?
I’m so glad you like it! Yes, stitch count should be a multiple of 2. 🙂
This works up beautifully and easy!
I’m so glad!
Hello! How long / how many grams is each skein of yarn? I find it so hard to find the right ones and how many to buy, I can’t seem to find the brand you’ve referenced in a colour I like which is why I’m asking! Thank you!
Each skein is 127 yds and I used 4 skeins. Unfortunately, this yarn has been discontinued. However, any bulky weight #5 yarn will work with this scarf pattern!
I’m using a size 5 hook and 4 worst yarn. How many inches is the fisherman color?