Bernat Satin Scarflette
Free Scarflette Crochet Pattern for the Winter
This scarflette crochet pattern works up fast, and has a nice textured look to it. The textured stitches are created by crossing the stitches; first you skip a few stitches, and then you backtrack and work into the skipped stitches. The method is very easy once you have mastered the basics of crochet.
I used Bernat Satin for this, but any worsted weight yarn will work because the width and length are easy to adjust.
Due to the simplicity, you could also use the pattern to make a long scarf, hooded scarf or a nice wrap for the winter.
Also, I used velcro to close it at the time, however, I found that although it works, it isn't the greatest idea. A couple of buttons tend to work much better as they don't catch the yarn. The buttons should be small enough to fit through the crocheted work. A small scarf pin also works well for holding it in place.
Skill Level: Easy/Intermediate
Yarn: Bernat Satin Yarn (about 45 g),
Hook size: H/8-5.00MM
For the Closure: (You only need one of the following):
- 3 pieces of velcro with sticky backs for easy attachment,
- Or, 3 buttons,
- Or, a scarf pin
Finished size: measures approximately 5" wide and 21" long.
RS = Right Side
WS = Wrong Side
Ch/Chs = Chain/Chains
FO = Fasten Off
Rep = Repeat
Sc = Single Crochet
Sk = Skip
St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches
Tr = Triple Crochet
Ch 19, or any multiple of 4 plus 3.
Row 1: (WS) Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Turn (18 sc)
Row 2: (RS) Ch 4 (counts as first tr now and throughout), tr in next 2 sts, *sk next 2 sts, tr in next 2 sts, working right to left and in front of work, tr in 2 skipped sts*. Rep from * to * twice, then tr in last 3 sts. Turn (18 tr)
Row 3: Ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn (18sc)
Repeat last two rows another 19 times, or until desired length. FO at last row.
Lay scarflette on flat surface with right side facing down. Bring both ends in with one end over the other so as to create a point. Take some Velcro and slightly lifting the top piece, stick the Velcro on the bottom and corresponding top corners. Instead of velcro, you can also sew on some buttons or snap closures. They are actually a better choice as the velcro will snag the yarn.