Wishing all my readers a Happy and Peaceful New Year! Here is a new free crochet pattern for you using the oh so popular Caron Cakes Yarn – Ocean Waves Scarf. The colors and the stitch pattern reminded me of the calming ocean waves. Just like the name, working this scarf will calm you down.
Made by Dee Leidlein
With its simple two row repeat, it would make a great project to do while watching your favorite show on television. I hope you enjoy working on it. Don’t forget to leave your comments.
The stitch pattern has a beautiful texture but doesn’t take a lot of effort. I love both sides of this stitch.The Caron Cake yarn comes in a range of beautiful colorways and you will definitely find one that suits your taste. I really enjoyed working with this yarn. It isn’t too thick and has great drape for a worsted weight yarn.
You can find the written pattern below or purchase an Ad-free PDF copy for $1.99 here.
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1. Worsted Weight variegated yarn. I used one ball of Caron Cakes in color Cake Pop
2. Hook I (5.5mm)
3. Tapestry needle to weave in the ends.
68 inches long and 7 1/2 inches wide. Length of tassels not included.
Using I hook, 13 dc st= 4 inches
Used up the entire 383 yards of one ball of Caron Cakes.
sc- single crochet
fpsc- Front post sc
dc- double crochet
Front post single crochet (fpsc): Worked like a regular sc except for the way you insert your hook. The hook is inserted in the same way as working a front post double crochet. See my tutorial on front post double crochet here : Front Post Double Crochet Tutorial
Note: The Scarf is made lengthwise. The more chains you add, the longer your scarf will be. Initial chain should be a multiple of 4+2.
Row 1: Chain 302, 1 sc in 2nd chain from hook, *(Ch 3, sk next 3 chs, 1 sc in next), repeat from * until end of the row, turn.———76 sc
Row 2: Ch 3 ( counts as a dc here and throughout), 1 dc in same st as beginning ch-3, sk next ch-3 loop, *(3 dc in next sc, sk next ch-3 loop), repeat from * until end of row, 2 dc in last sc, turn. ———74 3dc groups with 2 dc on either ends
Row 3: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st as beginning ch 1, *(ch 3, 1 fpsc around the middle dc of the next 3dc group), repeat from * to last 3dc group, ch 3, 1 sc in last dc, turn.———76 sc
Row 4: Ch 3, 1 dc in same st as beginning ch-3, sk next ch-3 loop, *(3 dc in next fpsc, sk next ch-3 loop), repeat from * until end of row, 2 dc in last sc, turn. ———74 3dc groups with 2 dc on either end
Last Row: Ch 1, 1 sc in same st as beginning ch 1, *(ch 3, 1 sc in the middle dc of the next 3dc group), repeat from * to last 3dc group, ch 3, 1 sc in last dc, turn.———76 sc
You might have to use a bigger hook for your tassels. Cut 4 strands of 8 inches each. Fold at the middle of the strands and pull through your scarf to get a loop, yarn over grabbing all the strands and pull through the loop. Tighten the knot. Repeat the steps to attach all the tassels. Trim as needed to level them.
Enjoy your new scarf!
If you love making sacrves, you can chek out my Kaleidoscope Infinity Scarf and my Rose Petals Crochet Scarf too.