Blueberry Filling Scarf

Double-sided layers of front and back post treble crochets makes this scarf light to wear but incredibly warm. And the stitch pattern is completely reversible, making this stylish scarf look good from any angle!

Skill Level: Easy

Size: Finished size 7” x 60” after a light blocking

Gauge: 16 sts and 6 rows = 4” [10 cm] in pattern stitch after light blocking

Materials

Yarn: Plymouth Yarns Monte Donegal (40% alpaca, 40% merino wool, 14% acrylic, 6% rayon; 109 yards [99.5 meters]/50 grams): #1710 Indigo (5 balls)
Hook: US size H/8 (5.0 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle

Abbreviations

BPtr: Back post treble crochet
FPtr: Front post treble crochet

Pattern Notes

There is no RS/WS on this scarf – front and back are identical.
Ch-3 counts as 1 dc throughout.

Pattern

Ch 28.
Row 1: Dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across. Ch 3, turn. (26 dc)
Row 2: Dc in each of first 3 dc (ch-3 counts as 1 dc here and throughout), *FPTR in next dc, BPTR in next dc; rep from * across until 3 dc remain, dc in each of last 3 dc. Ch 3, turn.
Row 3: Dc in each of first 3 dc, *FPTR in next BPTR, BPTR in next FPTR; rep from * across until 3 dc remain, dc in each of last 3 dc. Ch 3, turn.
Rep Row 3 for pattern until work measures 60” or desired length. Ch 1, turn after final row.

Edging

Rnd 1: Sc in each st across, 3 sc in last st for corner, sc evenly spaced along next long side, 3 sc in last st for corner, sc in each st across working in the opposite side of the foundation chain, sc in last st for corner, sc evenly spaced along final long side, 2 sc in first dc of rnd for a 3-sc corner, join rnd with sl st in first sc, end off.
Weave in ends.

Finishing

Block lightly.

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Comments
  • marilync

    Also, if the chain three counts as a double crochet, do you just do 2 more dc in the row?

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  • marilync

    I’m having trouble with the FPTR & BPTR. I know how to do the stitch,but not sure if you put the hook in the front then back of the stitch. Does not look right . Thanks!

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  • Bonjour, je veux savoir si vous avez les diagramme car moi je travaille seulement avec les diagramme ,je trouve cela plus facile. Merci

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  • Worsted weight is the American standard 4 ply, not bulky, but heavier than baby/sport weight.

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  • Can you please let me know what kind of wool I should use in English please? I haven’t seen the recommended wool in England. Also what is a worsted wool?

    Many thanks for your help.

    Joan

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  • I use printfriendly.com to generate pdf files, no ads no comments; just the pattern. Double check before saving the file.

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  • Deborah Goins

    Thank you so much for this blueberry scarf pattern! I can’t wait to make it!!! I just know it’s going to be beautiful! Blessings

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  • also, you will make the panels with 3 dc’s on each side and a multiple of 2 in-between, so your panels can be as wide as you want them.

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  • Yes, you can print these instructions. Highlight the instructions. Press Ctrl C to copy. Open a word processing program and press Ctrl V to paste. Press Ctrl A to highlight all. Go to top of page and open font box, choose Times New Roman, the font will change and can be easily read. Print as per instructions for your computer.

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  • cyntavia

    Plymouth Yarns Monte Donegal (40% alpaca, 40% merino wool, 14% acrylic, 6% rayon; 109 yards [99.5 meters]/50 grams) is this a #4 worsted weight yarn?

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  • I would say it means dampen it, stretch it to the size you are pleased with, pin it or weight it down and let it dry. Which is pretty much like regular blocking only maybe not so meticulously pinned and not as wet?

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  • I’m not familiar with “block lightly”. What does this mean? How do you do it?

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  • Could this pattern be increased to make an afghan with 3 colors or will it distort the pattern with the color changes?

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