You will enjoy this broomstick crochet scarf,, not only because it has a nice lace, but also because the ruffles add a gorgeous touch to the already beautiful broomstick stitch.
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This broomstick lace ruffled scarf is styling enough to go with just about any outfit in your closet. At first glance it may look hard, but if you are familiar with broomstick lace crochet then you will find this a breeze to follow. Plus, it allows for mindless crocheting once you get going. The scarf is worked lengthwise with an increase in stitches in each row. Then for the last row, a very simple edging is done.
Broomstick lace is very simple to do, but you should know the basics of crocheting before attempting the stitch. Broomstick lace crochet consists of 2 types of rows; a crochet row and a loop row, and both are worked from the same side. Click here for a tutorial on how to do broomstick lace crochet.
Ruffled Broomstick Crochet Scarf
Material: Patons Canadiana, 2 balls, (if using the New Generation, you may need 3 balls; the balls weigh the same, but the length of the yarn in the New Generation is slightly less)
Hook Size: H/8-5.00MM
Circular Knitting Needle Size: 20MM
Finished Measurement: Measures about 47 inches long.
Note: Do not turn at the end of the rows. When you do your crochet rows, work from right to left, and when you do your loop rows, work from left to right.
Row 1 (Crochet Row): Ch 115, sc into second ch from hook and into each ch across.
Row 2 (Loop Row): Place crochet loop onto circular knitting needle, *insert hook into back loop of next st, yo, pull yarn through and place loop onto knitting needle, repeat from * to end of row.
Row 3 (Crochet Row): Insert hook under first 3 loops on needle, yo and pull through all 3 loops, ch 4 (counts as securing ch and first dc), work another 5 dc into the same group of 3 loops, *work 6 dc around the next 3 loops, repeat from * to end of row.
Row 4-6: Repeat rows 2 and 3, then repeat row 2.
Row 7 (Crochet Row): Insert hook under first 3 loops on needle, yo and pull through all 3 loops, ch 4 (counts as securing ch and first dc), work another 4 dc into the same group of 3 loops, *work 5 dc around the next 3 loops, repeat from * to end of row. Fasten Off.
Last Row (Crochet Row): Attach yarn on top of ch 4 (first dc of row 7), ch 1, sc in same st, *sk next 2 sts, 6 dc in next st,** sk next 2 sts, sc in sp before next st, repeat from * to end of row ending last repeat at **, sc in last st. FO.
If you enjoyed this pattern you might also be interested in this pattern book by Donna Wolfe: Broomstick Lace Crochet: A New Look at a Vintage Stitch, with 20 Stylish Designs (affiliate link). Or, you might benefit from taking the course Beyond Basic Broomstick Lace (Affiliate link) by Jennifer Hanson on Craftsy. In the course Jennifer shows you how to crochet the top along with tips and tricks to customize it. She’s also got some really cool stitches under her belt, as well as a few other broomstick lace patterns. (If you click through and make a purchase, I will be compensated a small share. Thank you so much for your support.)