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Cobalt Dreams Scarf

The Cobalt Dreams Scarf is a light and versatile pull-through scarf that can be worn in any season. Perfect for the fall, this keyhole scarf in a vivid blue hue will brighten any outfit.

Skill Level: Easy

Size: 6” by 22.5”

Gauge: 16 sts and 10 rows = 4” in dc



Light weight yarn Lion Brand Modern Baby (50% acrylic, 50% nylon; 173 yards [158 meters]/75 grams): #109 Blue (1 ball)

Hook: US size J/10 (6.0 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
Notions: Scissors, tapestry needle

Special Stitches

V Stitch: (dc, ch 2, dc) in same st
Sh: (dc, ch 2, V) in same st.

Pattern Notes

This scarf is worked all in one piece. The pattern starts with a long rectangle of ribbing. The short ends of the rectangle are connected with single crochet stitches to form a loop. From there, the body and ruffle of the scarf are worked flat.


Ch 26.
Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, sc in each ch across.
Rows 2-13: Ch 1, turn, sc in BLO of each st across. Repeat 12 times.
Row 14: Fold the short ends of the rectangle together and sc in each row to join.
Row 15: Ch 3, turn, dc 3 in same st, dc 2 in next 11 sts, dc 3 in last st.
Rows 16-55: Ch 3, turn, dc in each st across. Repeat 40 times.
Row 56: (Ch 4, turn, V) in first st (counts as sh), (sk 2 sts, sh in next st) 8 times, sh in last st.
Row 57: (Ch 4, turn, dc) in first st (counts as V), sc in next dc, (sh in sc, sc in second dc of sh) across, V in third starting ch of last row.
Rows 58-63: Repeat rows 6-7 3 times.
Row 64: Ch 1, sc, (ch 3, sc in second dc of next sh, ch 3, sc in next sc) across. Finish off. yarn ball

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  • Christine R.

    What is a BLO how do you make that stitch??? Can someone help me.

    • Ilc E.

      BLO means “Back Loop Only” – if you look at the space you are about to work into, you’ll notice your hook normally goes under two “loops” (a front loop and a back loop) – in this case, insert your hook from the top and catch only that back loop. Here’s a great tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiao-EeaHRE ~Chris


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