Harvest Time Scarf


Pamela Kuloba

I love to wear scarves to accessorize my outfits whether it is cold or not. They accentuate any fashion for the better. One thing that bothers me though, is sometimes the scarf keeps falling off, and you have to adjust them all the time. This is mostly noticeable during cold weather as you try to keep warm and the scarf falls off. That is why I decided to make this double button scarf. 

                     Harvest Time Scarf

                        By Pamela Kuloba




I love to wear scarves to accessorize my outfits whether it is cold or not. They accentuate any fashion for the better. One thing that bothers me though, is sometimes the scarf keeps falling off, and you have to adjust them all the time. This is mostly noticeable during cold weather as you try to keep warm and the scarf falls off. That is why I decided to make this double button scarf. 


I wanted something soft, warm, and cozy. After looking around for a while, I decided to use this Bernat Blanket. I have used it before to make blankets and I love how it feels. It is very soft and soothes the skin as it keeps you warm.

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Additionally, I decided to use a simple pattern that is quick and easy to make. This is a beginner pattern that uses only the double and single crochet stitches. The scarf is finished off with the double buttons to hold it in place. Well, with that, you are now set to enjoy your day with no worries of the scarf falling off or having to adjust. This pattern is perfect for making quick and cozy gifts for family and friends.


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Materials

Bernat Blanket Yarn 100% polyester, 10.5 oz/300 g, 220 yds/201 m

Color A Orange Leaf- 170 yds/ 156 m

Bernat Blanket Yarn 100% Polyester, 5.3 oz/150 g, 108 yds/98 m

Color B Fall Leaves- 46 yds/ 42 m

Hook Size- 9mm (N/P)

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

2 Buttons 1 3/8” each

1 Stitch Marker


Skill Level

Easy


Gauge

7 sts x 6 rows (3 sc and 3 dc) = 4” (10 cm)


Finished Measurements

40” (without ties) x 10” 

52” (Including ties) 


Abbreviations

Ch-chain

st-stitch

Sc-single crochet

Dc-double crochet

Beg- beginning

Rep-repeat 


Notes

  • The scarf is made lengthwise with more stitches added to some rows to make the ties.
  • Button holes are made with a 3 ch st added to the end of the ties after the scarf is completed
  • Buttons are sewn around the site of the stitch markers on each end of the scarf, that is between the main scarf and the ties
  • The stitch marker is very important as it helps differentiate the end of ties and beg of the main scarf. Can use one stitch marker and move it from row to row 
  • Ch 3 will always count as a stitch
  • Sl st in top of each ch 3 of previous row
  • Rows 7 is an incomplete row that ends at the stitch marker and row 8 is the same length. Row 15 is another incomplete row that ends at the stitch marker


Pattern Instructions

With Color A, Ch 67


Row 1:- dc in 3rd st from hook and each st to end (65). Do not turn, ch 21,  place a stitch marker between the last st and the beg of ch, turn (86) 

Row 2: sc in 2nd st and next 19 sts up to the st marker (20), *dc in next st, sc in next st, rep from * to end, turn (85)

Row 3: With color B, ch 3, *sc in next st, dc in next st, rep from * to st marker, sc in each st to end, turn (85)

Row 4: ch 1, sc in each st to st marker, *dc in next st, sc in next st, rep from * to end

Row 5: With Color A, ch 3, *sc in next st, dc in next st, rep from * to st marker, sc in each st to end, turn

Row 6: ch 1, sc in each st to st marker, *dc in next st, sc in next st* rep from * to end, turn

Row 7: ch 3, *sc in next st, dc in next st, rep from * to st marker, turn

Row 8: ch 3, *sc in next st, dc in next st, rep from * to end, turn

Row 9: ch 3, sc in next st, dc in next st, rep from * to st marker, do not turn, ch 21, turn

Row 10: sc in 2nd ch and each ch to st marker, (20) *dc in next st, sc in next st*, rep from * to end, turn

Row 11: With color B, rep row 3

Row 12: Rep row 4

Row 13: With color A, rep row 5 

Row 14: Rep row 6

Row 15: ch 1, sc in each st to st marker 

Fasten off and weave in ends

Sew on the buttons


Button Holes

Attach yarn to the 2nd row at the end of one of the ties with a sl st. ch 3, sl st in 2nd row of the opposite side. Fasten off and weave in ends

 

Fringe Instructions 

  • Take yarn and wind it on 4” board or fingers or roughly the desired length 76 times
  • Cut at one end
  • Fold 1 strands in half and pull them through the scarf using a crochet hook
  • Pull through the loop to secure
  • Do this on only one side, the non-button side.

See photo tutorial below



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