Clustered V-St Crochet Spring Scarf

This crochet spring scarf pattern is worked long and narrow using a lightweight yarn. Thus, it’s perfect for the spring weather but can be worn throughout the year if you like.

A lightweight crochet spring scarf worn loose around the neck.

For the spring, summer and fall weather you can do a loose wrap around the neck to add a bit of warmth. For the summer this can also help to protect your shoulders from the sun.

And for the winter, it’s super long so you can do two cozy wraps around the neck for a cozy winter scarf. You’ll get lots of usage out of this crochet scarf making it perfect for gifting!

As already mentioned, this scarf is super long, but you can easily shorten it simply by reducing the number of rows.

I did not add an edging as I used a self-striping yarn. However, an edging always helps to give it a neater edge. With that said, I found the edge to be fairly straight after blocking. Even the ends look good. They do have a slight wave to it, but it works well with the scarf.

Best part about this is that you only need one skein of It’s a Wrap by Red Heart.

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Clustered V-St Crochet Spring Scarf

This lightweight crochet scarf is can be worn throughout the seasons.
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  • Yarn: Red Heart It's A Wrap Sprinkles (Fine, #2; 50% Acrylic, 50% Cotton; 5.29oz/150g; 623yds/570m) Color: Cupcake, 1 ball.
  • Hook: 3.5mm
  • Other: Scissors, Yarn Needle.


  • Gauge: 1 (cl v-st, ch 1, sc, ch 1) = 1 stitch repeat. 3 stitch repeats = 3.5".
  • Finished Size: 7" wide by 91" long, laid flat after blocking.


  • Ch/Chs = Chain/Chains
  • Cl V-St = Cluster V-Stitch
  • Dc = Double Crochet
  • Hk = Hook
  • Lp/Lps = Loop/Loops
  • Rep = Repeat
  • Sc = Single Crochet
  • Sk = Skip
  • Sp/Sps = Space/Spaces
  • St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches
  • YO = Yarn Over

Special Stitch Instructions

  • Cl V-St: *[Yo and insert hk into ch/st as indicated, yo and pull through, yo and pull through 2 lps] 2 times, (3 lps on hk) yo and pull through all 3 lps *, ch 1; rep from * to * once in the same ch/st.


  • Ch 38, or any multiple of 6 + 2.
  • Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hk, sc in next ch, sk next ch, work cl-v-st in next ch, *ch 1, sk next 2 chs, sc in next ch, ch 1, sk next 2 chs, work cl-v-st in next ch; rep from * across to last 3 chs, sk next ch, sc in last 2 chs. Turn. [6 cl v-sts]
  • Row 2: Ch 2 (does not count as stitch, now and throughout), dc in first 2 sc, ch 1, sc in sp of next cl-v-st, ch 1, *work cl-v-st in next sc, ch 1, sc in sp of next cl-v-st, ch 1; rep from * across to last 2 sc; dc in last 2 sc. Turn. [5 cl v-sts]
  • Row 3: Ch 1, sc in first 2 dc, work cl-v-st in next sc, *ch 1, sc in sp of next cl-v-st, ch 1, cl-v-st in next sc; rep from * across to last 2 dc; sc in last 2 dc. Turn. [6 cl v-sts]
  • Rows 4-250: Rep Rows 2 and 3 until you have reached a desired length, ending with Pattern Row 2. I fastened off here as I did not do an edging.

Optional Edging

  • Rnds 1-2: Ch 1, sc evenly around working 3 sc into each corner; join with slip stitch in first sc. Fasten Off.


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  1. Will you do a demonstration on the ‘clustered v stitch ‘ on tutorials for us so we can create this beautiful scarf.
    Thank you.

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