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Wedgwood Scarf Crochet Pattern (Free)

Have you been saving your favorite cake yarn just for you? The Wedgwood Scarf – It’s got texture, color changes, and it’s free on the blog. And with only a 2 row repeat you can learn the pattern quickly which makes it the perfect project to work on while you watch TV or sitting at your child’s game or practice.

 

 

The Wedgwood Scarf is a free crochet pattern. Quick to learn with only a 2 row repeat. Pattern by Ambassador Crochet.

 


Wedgwood Scarf Crochet Pattern

 

Finished Size: 7.25” wide x 74” long

Yarn: #4 worsted weight (10 oz. total)

Sample used:

Hook: Size I/9 (5.50 mm)

Notions: Yarn Needle

Gauge: 4 st repeats & 8.5 rows = 5 inches in pattern

 

Abbreviations

ch – chain

cl – cluster

dc – double crochet

sk – skip

tch – turning chain

yo – yarn over

 

Special Stitches:

  • Cluster (cl) – yo, insert hook between next 2 crossed dc, yo, pull up loop, yo, draw through 2 loops, [yo, insert hook in same sp, yo, pull up loop, yo, draw through 2 loops] 2 times, yo, draw through all 4 loops on hook.

 

Notes:

  • This scarf was made with 1 skein cake and 1 regular skein. If you choose to mix the skeins, pick brands that have the same gauge, then choose a solid skein color to replace the main (darkest) color from the cake. I chose to replace the royal blue from the blueberry cake, so I cut the royal out of the cake skein (or color you’re replacing) and used the 2 lighter colors on each end (from the cake) and the solid color (from 2nd skein) for the center.
  • If ch-sp at beginning of row 3 is too big, only work a ch 3 instead of a ch 4. Then on the return row, work dc in 2nd ch instead of 3rd ch.

 

The Wedgwood Scarf is a free crochet pattern. Quick to learn with only a 2 row repeat. Pattern by Ambassador Crochet.

 

Scarf

 

With cake yarn, ch 33,

Row 1: Cl (see Special Stitches) in 6th ch from hook (skipped chs make up a dc and ch-sps), *ch 1, sk next 2 chs, dc in next ch, working in front of dc just made, dc in 2nd skipped ch, ch 1, sk next ch, cl in next ch, rep from * across to last 2 chs, ch 1, sk next ch, dc in last ch, turn. (6 clusters, 12 dc)

Row 2: Ch 4 (counts as dc & ch 1), sk 1st ch-1 sp, dc in next ch-1 sp (between cl & dc of previous row), working in front of dc just made, dc in skipped ch-1 sp, *ch 1, cl in sp between next 2 dc, ch 1, sk next ch-1 sp, dc in next ch-1 sp, working in front of dc just made, dc in skipped ch-1 sp, rep from * across, ch 1, dc in 3rd ch of beg ch 4, turn.

Row 3: Ch 4 (see Notes), *cl between next 2 dc, ch 1**, sk next ch-1 sp, dc in next ch-1 sp, working in front of dc just made, dc in skipped ch-1 sp, ch 1, rep from * across ending last rep at **, sk last ch-1 sp, dc in 3rd ch of beg ch 4 (see Notes). (6 clusters, 12 dc)

Row 4: Ch 4 (counts as dc & ch 1), sk 1st ch-1 sp, dc in next ch-1 sp (between cl & dc of previous row), working in front of dc just made, dc in skipped ch-1 sp, *ch 1, cl in sp between next 2 dc, ch 1, sk next ch-1 sp, dc in next ch-1 sp, working in front of dc just made, dc in skipped ch-1 sp, rep from * across, ch 1, sk ch-1 sp, dc in 3rd ch of beg ch 4, turn (see Notes if only working a ch 3 at beg of row 3).

Rows 5 – 23: Rep Rows 3 – 4 changing to solid color at end of row 23.

Rows 24 – 102: Rep Rows 3 – 4 changing back to cake at end of row 102.

Rows 103 – 125: Rep Rows 3 – 4.

Fasten off. Weave in ends.

 

The downloadable PDF is available for purchase in my shops:

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Happy Crocheting!

 

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