Crochet One Skein Layering Scarf - Free Pattern

Free One Skein Scarf Perfect for Layering

Time for a new free crochet pattern featuring hand-dyed yarn from a talented indie-dyer AND crochet blogger! I’m talking about Breann from Hooked on Homemade Happiness. With just one skein of her beautifully dyed “Electric Ave.”, I was able to design a layering scarf that can be worn long like a necklace or tripled/quadrupled if you are still bundling up for winter. Keep reading for the free crochet pattern AND for a chance to enter to win hand-dyed yarn for your stash!

In 2019 I will be celebrating my fellow makers by featuring their incredible products! This hand-dyed yarn in ‘Sushi Roll’ from Handmade Home Fibers has a romantic color pallet perfect for Valentine’s Day. The heart shaped puff stitches give it a nice subtle Valentine’s touch as well! No hand-dyed yarn? No problem! I also made one with Lion Brand Heartland yarn with equally beautiful results. Find the free crochet pattern for the toddler, child and adult sizes in one place here.

Hand Dyed Yarn from Hooked on Homemade Happiness

As I mentioned above, this pattern was made to feature the yarn of Hooked on Homemade Happiness. The colorway I used was ‘Electric Ave’, and I LOVE the stark contrast of the neon colors and black flecks. I can’t believe that Breann just started dying yarn - this yarn in phenomenal and so pretty worked up!

In 2019 I will be celebrating my fellow makers by featuring their incredible products! This hand-dyed yarn in ‘Sushi Roll’ from Handmade Home Fibers has a romantic color pallet perfect for Valentine’s Day. The heart shaped puff stitches give it a nice subtle Valentine’s touch as well! No hand-dyed yarn? No problem! I also made one with Lion Brand Heartland yarn with equally beautiful results. Find the free crochet pattern for the toddler, child and adult sizes in one place here.

Mardis Gras Inspired Crochet Scarf

The colors in this yarn made me feel a little bit Mardis Gras, which gave me the idea to make it into a “necklace” style scarf. This scarf can be worn doubled, tripled, quadrupled - whatever you want! It’s also totally customizable in width and length. I think it would be great fun to use this pattern as a stash buster to be able to mix and match colors!

No Hand Dyed? No Problem!

Now I know that hand-dyed yarn isn’t always the easiest to come by, so for the shorter scarf I used Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca just to show what it would look like in a solid. The beauty of this pattern is that these scarves can be made with any yarn and in any length you want! It would be a fabulous way to use up those random skeins and yarn scraps. You could even make several so that you could mix and match colors.

BUT if you are just dying (hehehe) to try some hand dyed yarn of your own - I have good news for you! Breann from Hooked on Homemade Happiness sent me a hank of her beautiful yarn that one of you lucky readers will win! Just use the entry form at the bottom of the page to enter for your chance to win! (US and Canada Postal Addresses Only).

In 2019 I will be celebrating my fellow makers by featuring their incredible products! This hand-dyed yarn in ‘Sushi Roll’ from Handmade Home Fibers has a romantic color pallet perfect for Valentine’s Day. The heart shaped puff stitches give it a nice subtle Valentine’s touch as well! No hand-dyed yarn? No problem! I also made one with Lion Brand Heartland yarn with equally beautiful results. Find the free crochet pattern for the toddler, child and adult sizes in one place here.

So whether you decide to try out some yarn from that dyer or local yarn store you’ve been eying or yarn from your stash; I can’t wait to see what you decide to use when you make your Layering Scarves! Come share pictures with me in my Facebook group or tag me on Instagram with #leftinknots.

In 2019 I will be celebrating my fellow makers by featuring their incredible products! This hand-dyed yarn in ‘Sushi Roll’ from Handmade Home Fibers has a romantic color pallet perfect for Valentine’s Day. The heart shaped puff stitches give it a nice subtle Valentine’s touch as well! No hand-dyed yarn? No problem! I also made one with Lion Brand Heartland yarn with equally beautiful results. Find the free crochet pattern for the toddler, child and adult sizes in one place here.

One Skein Layering Scarf - Free Pattern

In 2019 I will be celebrating my fellow makers by featuring their incredible products! This hand-dyed yarn in ‘Sushi Roll’ from Handmade Home Fibers has a romantic color pallet perfect for Valentine’s Day. The heart shaped puff stitches give it a nice subtle Valentine’s touch as well! No hand-dyed yarn? No problem! I also made one with Lion Brand Heartland yarn with equally beautiful results. Find the free crochet pattern for the toddler, child and adult sizes in one place here.

Supplies:


Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):

  • ch: chain

  • sl st: slip stitch

  • SC: single crochet

  • DC: double crochet

Video Tutorials To Help You Get Started:

Coming Soon!

Gauge

not important

Finished Size:  

  • Length (long scarf; before joining) = 9"

  • Length (short scarf; before joining) = 10"

  • Width = 3”

Pattern Notes

  • Chain stitches at the beginning of DC rows DO count as a stitch (ch 4 = DC+ch 1)

  • Chain stitches at the beginning of SC rows DO NOT count as a stitch

  • For the beaded scarf, pre-string any beads you’d like to use on your scarf before you start the project.  Push them along your working yarn as you go, and use individual beads as you need them.

  • How to add beads with a DC: yarn over hook, insert your hook into your next stitch, pull a bead up the working yarn to your hook, yarn over, pull through the stitch, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, pull through two loops (I will have a video tutorial coming for this soon)


Instructions for the Crochet Layering Scarves

ch 18

Row 1: DC in the 6th ch from the hook, *ch 1, skip 1, DC, repeat from * 5 more times across (15).  Turn.

Row 2: ch 1, SC in first st and in the first ch space, ch 1, skip 1, SC in next ch space, repeat from * 5 more times across, SC in last st of the row (15).  Turn

Row 3: ch 4, skip 1, DC in ch space, *ch 1, skip 1, DC in ch space, repeat from * 4 more times, ch 1, skip 1, DC in last st of the row (15).  Turn.


Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until you reach your desired length.  My finished long scarf was 218 rows. My finished short scarf was 72 rows. Seam the ends together.  Tie off yarn and weave in ends.


Want your own Hooked on Homemade Happiness Yarn? Enter here to win some!

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When you enter you are entering to win a hank of hand dyed yarn from Hooked on Homemade Happiness!  This contest is open to U.S. and Canada residents only and runs from 2/22/19 to 2/28/19 at 12AM CST.  At this time one winner will be selected.  The winner will be contacted on 2/28/19 via the provided email address and will have 48 hours to respond to claim their prize.  If no response is received within 48 hours, a new winner will be selected.  Please note that this yarn is coming from a home that has dogs and cats.  I do keep my yarn in a separate room from our pets, but if you have severe allergies you may not want to enter this time around.

Good luck everyone and thank you for entering! Special thanks to Hooked on Homemade Happiness for providing the yarn for this giveaway.


Now the legal stuff...You may sell items made from this pattern, but please credit me as the original designer.  Also, please do not share the written pattern in print or electronically.  The photos on this web page belong to Megan Meyer of Left in Knots and may not be used for product sales/product listings.  You may share a link back to my blog if you would like someone else to see or work with this pattern.  Thank you for your cooperation and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me!

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