Take Refuge In A Super Scarf:  FREE Pattern

Take Refuge In A Super Scarf: FREE Pattern

I had seen the emails and social media posts. Super Size Super Scarves seem to be all over. Now, I am a tiny gal at only 5'1" so I wasn't to sure about this trend and if I was ready to jump on board. Then the fine folks at Boye Yarn Crafts reached out to me to collaborate and participate in their Super Scarf Blog Hop and I thought, yes... count me IN!

I selected a chunky vibrant purple yarn called Wool Up Bulky from Bernat and big furry pom pom balls for trim and planned to do a super sized basket weave scarf. This purple is so bright I just love looking at it! But as I started swatching, I let the yarn tell me what to do and it screamed make me a puff stitch scarf. So I did! Frogged the basket weave and started over and just love it.

This scarf works up super quick. Now for me, I didn't want a super wide and super long scarf. So I kept it about 7" width. If you want to go wider you can and you will see it is very easy once you get the rhythm of the pattern. I am beyond thrilled with the final result and had so much fun making it. It was the perfect project for a cool breezy fall afternoon. This pattern is free below, but if you would like a printable version with the chart you can grab it on my site or in my etsy shop.

This pattern can easily be worked up in an afternoon! Enjoy! And thank you Boye for inviting me to the Super Scarf blog hop!

Stitches Used / Abbreviations:
fhdc- foundation half double crochet
ch - Chain

sc - Single Crochet
hdc – half double crochet
ps- Puff Stitch

Supply List:
Approx. 480 yards - Bernat Wool Up Bulky
Crochet Hook Size Q / 15 mm
4x Large Bernat faux fur pom poms
Large needle to weave ends

Puff Stitch (PS) :
Wrap yarn over hook; insert hook into ch sp, wrap yarn over hook & pull through leaving 3 loops on hook
Wrap yarn over hook; insert hook into same ch sp, wrap yarn over hook & pull through leaving 5 loops on hook
Wrap yarn over hook; insert hook into same ch sp, wrap yarn over hook & pull through leaving 7 loops on hook
Wrap yarn over hook and pull through ALL 7 loops to create the “puff” stitch

Gauge: 6.25 pattern sts x 3 rows = 4” sq
Finished Garment: 106” x 7”

ROW 1: fhdc x11
Alternatively if you do not know fhdc:
- ch 11, then turn
- ch 2, 10x hdc all the way across/ Total for row is 11 hdc (incl. ch 2)

ROW 2: ch 2 (acts as first hdc), 10x hdc in back loop only all way across, turn / Total for row is 11 hdc (incl. ch 2)

ROW 3:  ch 2 (acts as first hdc), *PS in next hdc, ch 1, skip hdc* repeat from * to * 3 more times, PS in next hdc, dc in last hdc, turn (total of 5 PS for row)

ROW 4:  ch 3 (acts as first dc plus ch 1), skip next PS, * PS into next ch 1 sp, ch 1, skip next PS* repeat from * to * 3 more times, dc in last hdc, turn (total of 4 PS for row)

ROW 5: ch 2 (acts as first dc), *PS, ch 1, skip PS* repeat from * to * 3 more times, PS in next ch sp, dc in ch 2 of ch 3 that began previous row, turn (total of 5 PS for row)

ROWS 6 – 15: Repeat rows 4 & 5 alternating
ROW 16: ch 2, 10 hdc across / Total for row is 11 hdc (incl. ch 2)
ROW 17: ch 2, 10 hdc * in BACK loop only * all way across
Total for row is 11 hdc (incl. ch 2)

Repeat Rows 2 – 17 4 (FOUR) times
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Add Pom Poms at each corner.

 

See some of the other amazing Projects in this #BoyeSuperScarfBlogHop here
Bethany from Whistle And Ivy
 Jess from Make & Do Crew

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