Posted on 2 Comments

Romancing The Scarf Part Four

26 Shares

The Romancing The Scarf Part Four is the fourth section of a gorgeous crochet pattern crochet along. Keep cozy with this scrumptious scarf while having a night out on the town or just doing your everyday routine. You can find more of my crochet alongs HERE. Enjoy!

Romancing The Scarf Part Four | Free Crochet Pattern | American Crochet @americancrochet.com #freecrochetpattern #freecrochetalong

By Mistie

January, 2018

>>> SIGN UP FOR THE AMERICAN CROCHET NEWSLETTER! <<<

For full details on Romancing The Scarf crochet along – CLICK HERE!

#ACRomancingTheScarf2018

Queue & Favorite on Ravelry!

By time we are done crocheting the Romancing The Scarf you will have a gorgeous scarf that will have heads turning while keeping you warm.

Romancing The Scarf Part Four | Free Crochet Pattern | American Crochet @americancrochet.com #freecrochetpattern #freecrochetalong

Romancing The Scarf ~ Part Four

Level of Difficulty
Beginner/Intermediate

Yarn
Caron Simply Soft Party, #4 Medium, 656 yards
Color A (1 Red Sparkle), Color B (3 – Silver Sparkle)

Hook and Notions
Size Hook: H (5 mm), scissors and blunt needle

Measurement
11” wide x 66” long

Abbreviations
Ch/chs = chain/chains
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
tr – treble crochet
FPdc = front post double crochet
BPdc = back post double crochet
hdc dec = half double crochet decrease

Romancing The Scarf Part Four | American Crochet @americancrochet.com

>>> PIN IT FOR LATER! <<<

Notes
Queue & Favorite on Ravelry!
I use US Crochet stitch terminology
Tension/Gauge is not necessary for this project to be perfect
Chain 1 at beginning of Row does not count unless otherwise stated

Special Stitches 
FHdc (Foundation Half double crochet) – Chain 2, yarn over, insert hook into first chain (2nd from the hook), yarn over, pull up through the first loop on the hook (this is your first chain loop). With 3 loops on the hook, yarn over, pull through all 3 loops. * yarn over, insert hook into the first chain loop, yarn over, pull up a loop (this is your second chain loop), yarn over, pull through 3 loops. 2 FHdc completed. Repeat from * until you reach the desired number of fhdc.

FPdc (Front Post double crochet) – Insert hook into the front of your work, behind the indicated stitch and then through your work such that your hook is now at the front of your work again. Pull through final 2 loops on your hook.

BPdc (Back Post double crochet) – Yarn over on hook, insert hook into hole next to the post of the next stitch, on the “hook side” from back to front, bring the hook back to the back of the fabric around the post, to the hole farther from the hook, yarn over and draw through a loop, bringing it through both sides of the fabric (3 loops on hook), yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook (2 loops remaining on hook), yarn over and draw through remaining 2 loops on hook.

>>> PURCHASE THE AD-FREE PDF HERE (COMPLETE PATTERN)<<<

Special Shell – working in indicated stitch work 5 dc

Cross Stitch – Work 1 dc in indicated stitch, chain 1, crossing in front of dc just made, work 1 dc in last skipped stitch.

Puff Stitch – (Yarn Over hook, pick up a loop in designated stitch) 3 times, yarn over, draw through all 7 loops on hook, chain 1.

Fan – in indicated stitch work (3 Tr, Ch2, 3 Tr)

Shell – in indicated stitch work (3 hdc, Ch 2, 3 hdc)

Hdc Dec – (Half double crochet Decrease)

Cobble – in indicated stitch work (sc, hdc, dc)

Reverse Single Crochet aka Crab Stitch
This stitch is pretty distinctive; it looks ridged and makes a nice finishing option for crochet items. It looks great when worked as an edging using a contrasting or coordinating color. This is worked from left to right (or opposite direction) With right side of project facing you Chain 1, * insert hook into next stitch to right, yarn over and pull through, (2 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through both loops. * Continue working * to * until you have reached the end of project. Slip stitch into first chain 1 and fasten off, weave in ends.

Romancing The Scarf Part Four | Free Crochet Pattern | American Crochet @americancrochet.com #freecrochetpattern #freecrochetalong

Romancing The Scarf ~ Part Four

Row 23: Chain 1 (See Notes) hdc in same stitch, hdc in next 3 stitches, * skip next stitch, sc in next 2 stitches, sc in chain 2 space, sc in next 2 stitches, skip next stitch, * repeat from * to * across;
ending with a hdc in last 4 hdc. Turn (8hdc, 30 sc)

Row 24: Chain 1 (See Notes) hdc in same stitch, hdc in next 8 stitches, work hdc dec (See Special Stitches), hdc in the next 10 stitches, work hdc dec, hdc in next 5 stitches, work hdc dec, hdc in last 8 stitches. Turn (35 hdc)

Row 25: Chain 1 (See Notes) hdc in same stitch and in each stitch across. Turn (35 hdc)

Rows 26-31: Repeat Row 25
Fasten off Color A and attach Color B

Row 32: Chain 1 (See Notes) work Cobble stitch (See Special Stitches) in same stitch, * skip next 2 stitches, work Cobble stitch, * repeat from *to * across; ending with a sc in the last 2 stitches. Turn (11 Cobble, 2 sc)

Row 33: Chain 1 (See Notes) work Cobble stitch in 1st stitch, * skip next 2 stitches, work Cobble stitch in next sc, * repeat from * to * across; ending with a sc in last stitch. Turn (11 Cobbles)

Rows 34-56: Repeat Row 33
Fasten Off Color B and attach Color A

Row 57: Chain 1 (See Notes), hdc in same stitch,
hdc in each sc, hdc, and dc across. Turn (35hdc)

Rows 58-60: Chain 1 (See Notes),
hdc in each stitch across. (35hdc)
Fasten off Color A and attach Color B

For assistance and sharing your progress

  • Join the American Crochet Group on Facebook!
  • Share your progress and post pictures of your finished projects. Tag your projects and posts #ACRomancingTheScarf2018 on social media

For full details on this crochet along – CLICK HERE!

Save this pattern to your crochet boards on Pinterest!

Happy Hookin!
XO, Mistie

Romancing The Scarf Part Four | Free Crochet Pattern | American Crochet @americancrochet.com #freecrochetpattern #freecrochetalong

26 Shares

2 thoughts on “Romancing The Scarf Part Four

  1. I am questioning how the rows are labelled? There are directions for 26 – 31 with color A. And then start again at 27 for color B

    1. Hi Maureen,

      The rows were updated. Please let me know if you need more assistance.

      Have a great day!
      Mistie

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.