This gorgeous scarf is worked in an easy berries pattern which is a variation of the classic pineapple pattern. You’ll love how the colors pop when you wear it with your favorite sweater.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: Width: 7½” (19 cm); Length: 56″ (142 cm)
Gauge: Width of 2 repeats of pattern =3½” (9 cm); length of 2 repeats of pattern: 3″ (8 cm)
Yarn: Red Heart Heart & Sole (70% superwash wool, 30% nylon; 213 yards [195 meters]/50 grams): #3935 Tequila Sunrise (2 balls)
Hook: US size F/5 (3.75 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge
Shell: 2dc in next sp, ch1, 2dc in same sp.
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, ch 3, * skip next 5 sts, (dc, ch 1) in the next ch 4 times, dc in the same ch, ch 3, skip next 5 sts, sc in next ch; repeat from * to end. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 3 (count as dc), 2 dc in same ch sp,* ch1, sc in next ch 1 sp, (ch 3, sc in next ch 1 sp) 3 times, ch 1, shell in next sc; repeat from * to last sc, 3 dc in last sc. Turn.
Row 3: Ch 3 (count as dc), 2 dc in same ch sp,* ch 2, sc in next ch 3 sp, (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) twice, ch 2, shell in next shell; repeat from *. Replace last shell with 3dc in the 3rd ch. Turn.
Row 4: Ch 3 (Count as dc), 2 dc in same ch-sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) twice, ch 3, shell in next shell; repeat from *. Replace last shell with 3 dc in the 3rd ch. Turn.
Row 5: Ch 1, sc in first dc, ch 3, * skip next ch 3 sp, (dc, ch 1) 4 times in next ch 3 sp, dc in same ch 3 sp, ch 3, sc in next ch 1 sp; repeat from * until last 3 dc, ch 3, sc in last dc. Turn.
Repeat row 2-5 until you have used one ball of yarn. End with row 4. Fasten off.
Turn your work up-side-down. With the 2nd ball of yarn, repeat the same pattern in the opposite direction working row 1 in the first row of chain. When both sides are the same length, fasten off.
Weave in all ends.
Block scarf to size.
Blackberries are my favorite!
I LOVE raspberries!!!
I love this scarf! Can’t wait to try it!
I love blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries– I like berries 😀
Blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries!!
Raspberries – both taste & colour – thank you for the free pattern
Wild blueberries from Maine!
Beautiful pattern. Love Saskatoon berries.
We are a strawberry family. Lovely scarf.
I adore Strawberries!
Strawberries and raspberries
I love this scarf pattern. Love the color scheme too.
Blackberries are my fave!
Beautiful- I’m saving this for later this winter!
Raspberries are my favorite!
I don’t really like berries themselves, but I love strawberry jelly!
I love cranberries but not straight they do need sugar!
Saskatoon berries are my favourite! Thanks for the pattern 🙂
I love blueberries and strawberries.
I’m not a fan of berries – it’s a texture thing. But I love boysenberry syrup!
Blueberries. I usually mix blueberries, strawberries & raspberries to top our pancakes. Lovely pattern
My favourite berry is raspberry!! Thanks for the pattern and a Merry Christmas to you!
I love strawberries!
I love this pattern and my favorite berry is a strawberry.
Strawberries, or if they’re in muffins, Blueberries, lol!
I like raspberries. nice scarf pattern, thank you
Black raspberries are my favorite. I’m not in love with the thorns, just the berries. YUM!
My favorite berry is FRESH picked strawberries!!
I love raspberry’s. I will try to do this as a spring shall. Thank you for the free pattern!
Blackberry is my favorite fruit
My favorite berry is the blueberry unless a cherry is considered a berry then black cherry is my all time favorite!!
Beautiful pattern! I think I will try this next – I am just learning and am ready (I think!) to move to intermediate-level patterns 🙂
Raspberries. Thank you for the pattern
Beautiful pattern! Hope to make it someday!
So pretty and delicate! I can’t wait to try it.
we love strawberries – both myself & my daughter, whom i will be making this for.
my daughter will love this pattern. i will find a yarn as close to this as i can. she loves bright colors. & this pattern is adorable.
I love blueberries. Thank you for the pattern.
My favorite Berry is the wild blackberry. But I love the mixed berry scarf.
Nice pattern. Too air for me though! LOL! My favorite berry is blackberry!
Strawberries are my favorite!
My favorite berry is Blueberry; while in South Carolina, true to New Jersey & it’s best berry.
Boysenberry is my favorite. The scarf looks very interesting and can’t wait to get started.
Boysenberries are my favorite berry!! Love the pattern!!
My favorite is red raspberry. Ihave the perfect yarn for this pattern.
oh what a beautiful scarf and my favorite berries would probably be strawberries but I like blueberries and blackberries too lol
Blueberries are my favorite.
No question, blueberries!! Followed quickly by strawberries!
And strawberries are my favorite berries.
My fave berry is raspberries! thank you for sharing your patterns.
Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for making it free. I already printed mine and going to start it very soon. My favorite berry is STRAWBERRY. Lol. Yummy yummy yummy in my tummy.
Have not done a scarf like this yet. Looking forward to finishing it. Wondering if I should use a larger hook due to my tight tension??
Love the strawberries. Thanks for the scarf pattern! Will make a wonderful Christmas present 🙂
favorite berries are raspberries…mmmmmm
wild blackberries from home, eaten right off of the bush with my dog, Selene
Blackberries are my favorite!
I would have to say wild blackberries are my absolute favorite. I love going hunting for them with my daughter and eating them right off the vine!
I like the darker berry colours. Blackberries aren’t my favorite but I love thier colour. Ooo…and Mulberry is pretty too.
Strawberry is my fave. What a beautiful scarf.
Thank you for the pattern! I love most berries. I suppose if I had to choose one favourite it might be elderberries.
Strawberries are my favorite. The scarf is beautiful and I can’t wait to try out the pattern!
Favorite berries are blueberries so may try the pattern in color scheme of blues
My favourite berry is Blueberry!
I love strawberries. Thanks for the berry scarf.
Raspberries are my favorite berries. Thank you for these 12 gifts. I’m eagerly looking forward to each and every one.
Beautiful pattern, can’t wait to try it out, thank you!
Excuse me for not saying this in my previous comment, but the scarf is quite beautiful, (which is why I need help with it ASAP). Thanks! 🙂
There is an asterisk missing in Row 5. Also, when I went back to Row 2 after I finished Row 5 the first time, the instructions appear to be incorrect, as there was no “shells” in Row 5. PLEASE HELP! Thanks!
It sure would be nice if you had answered Phyllis’ (Nov 6) question regarding the error in the pattern. I would also like to know where the (“) repeat goes back to. Maybe I could figure something out that might be OK, but really, why don’t you print a corrected response we all can see?
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can you send me (map of pattern?
Send me a copy of the pattern, please.
The pattern for the mixed berries scarf did not print; only the remarks about it.
I envy most of you ladies who say who will start it right away . . . that’s a dream for me. I’ve got sooooooo many projects to finish first and even when I want to sit down to do them I practically have to pencil it in on a calendar as an appointment. I retired 18 months ago and I’m busier now than when I worked my 9-5 job…
but, YES, this IS a beautiful pattern and rather than buy MORE yarn, I will try to find something in my ‘warehouse’ of colors!!! LOL… Thanks so much. Crochet on, everyone!
I have a question about Row 5. I believe there is a type and a * has been left out. The directions say repeat from * until the last three dc….however there is no* to repeat from. Where is it to be placed in Row 5?
Thanks for the pattern. It looks great, and I’m looking forward to making it and giving it as a gift.
I love this pattern. I’m doing it in all white. It looks like lace. Thank you.
Thanks for the beautiful scarf, best to you martha
What a treat! A free pattern. Thank you for the gift.
Thank you for the beautiful pattern. I love it.
I love it and will make it right away
Love it thanks. I have had a yarn for 6 yarns not liking each project I’ve started. and then taken out. This is the perfect pattern to use and keep for years.
I like the design very much and I am going to try the pattern soon.
Thank you for the lovely pattern.
hi, Im Iranian woman. I Like it and make it for myself.
very beautifull. with special thanks
Thank you for the free pattern. it looks lovely and easy.
Many Thanks for your beautiful pattern.
Thank you for this lovely FREE pattern. I’m happy to see that the yarn it calls for is within my budget and available in my small hometown. I can’t wait to start this project! I hope I’ll have a new scarf for Thanksgiving Day . . .
love the looks of this scarf. thanks for the pattern
thanks for free patt look 4ward to crocheting it ,it looks lovely so hope I can do it
Love this scarf thank you
Thank you for the beautiful scarf pattern. is there a way we can print this “free pattern” without all the comments? A total waste of my ink and paper!!! I enjoy reading them, but I don’t need to keep them!!! PleASE
Joyce, when you print, in the settings, you should be able to say only page 1 or only page 1-2. 🙂 Or you can simply highlight the entire pattern and copy it into Word and then print it there. 🙂 Also, there’s a “print pattern” link at the top and that’ll pull up a page without the comments.
Very nice crochet scarf. Thank you.
I like crocheting when winter is here.
I enjoy doing some crocheting when the weather is cold or snowing out side , Thanks for the free pattern.
This is a very pretty pattern. Thanks!
Thanks for this beautiful pattern’nn
Now this is a scarf I would wear!
Beautiful scarf, very fall like. Looks like falling leaves.
Thank you so much for the gift of this pattern. It is beautiful and I can’t wait to make it.
What a beautiful pattern & the colors you chose is lovely. Couldn’t I just use a variegated yarn (its called Dalmation–light gray, darker gray & med. black) and just repeat rows 2-5 until I get the desired length? I just bought this yarn today as it caught my attention & really think your pattern would be perfect. Thanks for sharing this great scarf pattern.
Thank you for the pattern, it beautiful
can’t wait to start this lovely scarf
thank you for the gift of this gorgeous scarf pattern!
I love it!!! Thank you
Thank-you very much for this beautiful pattern.
I love it but can you. Help me with photos how to crochet can’t. Wait to start it tonight