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Beatrice Scarf Crochet Pattern by Ashley Dylan

The Beatrice scarf crochet pattern is perfect for the upcoming spring weather. It’s simply made up of some chains that are wrapped around the neck and held together with a pretty flower at the front.

Beatrice Scarf by Cream Of The Crop Crochet
Beatrice Scarf by Cream Of The Crop Crochet

This crochet scarf pattern looks great in a solid color, but you could also try to crochet the flower in a contrasting spring color if you you like. Another option would be to use a pretty self-striping or variegated yarn.

Regardless of what you choose, it is a great gift idea for anyone who loves to accessorize, especially during the summer months.

It is an easy pattern worked up in basic crochet stitches. It is perfect for beginners who have mastered the basics and are ready to advance to their next level.

The pattern is worked up in a chunky yarn using a 19 mm hook, which makes it quick and easy to crochet.

Beatrice Scarf

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Beatrice Scarf by Cream Of The Crop Crochet

Beatrice Scarf Crochet Pattern

This pretty floral scarf pattern is perfect for the summer or any time of the year when you want to accessorize.
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Skill Level


  • Yarn: Bernat Baby Blanket
  • Crochet Hook: S – 19mm
  • Other: 2 1/2" Button (Crafting with buttons, Coconut, Red), Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.


  • Teen/Adult



  • This pattern is written in American Crochet Terms.



  • ch 400, join, cut yarn, fasten off, weave ends


  • Ch 2
  • Round 1: 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook, join
  • Round 2: ch 1, 2 sc in each st around, join
  • Round 3: *ch 2, 2 dc, ch 2, slst, skip st, sc in next st* repeat * to * around
  • Round 4: *ch 3, slst in between petals* repeat * to * around 5 times. ch 3, slst to first ch 3
  • Round 5: *ch 2, 3 dc, ch 2, slst, sc in next ch 3* repeat * to * around, cut yarn, fasten off, weave ends


  • put the scarf (chain) around your neck and loop it around loosely
  • take a foot long string of yarn
  • attach the yarn in a loop form by weaving the yarn in the flower
  • tie both ends together at the back of the flower
  • Now from the bottom of the scarf slip the flower on the scarf with the loop on the back of the flower. You can also get creative with velcro! By making the loop on the back of the flower, you can adjust how lose or tight your scarf is.
Pattern and photos © 2015, Cream Of The Crop Crochet™. All rights reserved.

Meet the Designer:

Ashley Dylan is an ever growing designer in the blogging world always looking for another adventure. Her designs will give y’all a cute country feel that lasts. Her inspiration comes from her love of the country style and the world around her. When she doesn’t have a hook in hand she is hiking through trails, camera in hand, looking for the jaw dropping photography shots y’all love.

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Website: Ashley Dylan

See more designs here on CNC by Ashley Dylan, formerly Cream Of The Crop Crochet.

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