This lovely and easy ruffle scarf is the perfect one skein project.
If you have been crocheting for a few years then I am sure you have come across several ruffle scarf designs. It is an easy go to kind of crochet scarf.
But, let’s give this style of scarf a little update. That update is just using a nice high quality hand dyed yarn. Have you ever come across a yarn shop with some very pretty hand dyed yarns?
I’m sure it is very hard to resist not grabbing just 1 skein of those fancy yarns. And that is how I have ended up with a few hand dyed single skeins of yarn without projects in mind for them.
This crochet pattern I hope will help relieve that thought about what to make with that one fancy skein of fingering weight yarn that may be lying around.
Need another nice and simple crochet project for summer? Try out this easy summer crochet wrap.
This style scarf is called a ruffle scarf or spiral scarf. It’s shape is created by adding multiple stitches or increases in each stitch of the foundation row. Basically, the first row will be about double the stitches contained in the foundation row.
Adding these extra stitches is what begins to shape the spiral or ruffle of the scarf. The second row of this scarf also contains some increases. So, the last 3 rows are the same repeat.
The main stitch used throughout is the V stitch. The V stitch consists of 2 double crochets that are separated by a chain. The V stitch is explained more in the special stitch section of the pattern.
Now, are you ready to make your own easy ruffle scarf?
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- Yarn: #1 Fingering Weight, 1 skein (400-415 yards) Tippy Tree Yarns Single Ply Sock or try a more affordable fingering weight yarn from We Crochet.
- Hook: US Size (E/4) 3.5 mm
- Other: yarn needle, scissors
Stitches/Abbreviations: US Terms
- ch – chain
- st(s) – stitch(es)
- sp – space
- sc – single crochet
- fsc – foundation single crochet
- dc – double crochet
- Special Stitch: V-Stitch = (dc, ch 1, dc) all in indicated st/space
- Special Stitch: Increase (inc) = (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc) all in indicated st/sp
- Ch 3 counts as a stitch throughout.
- If substituting a larger weight yarn and hook size you may need to do less foundation single crochet stitches to start – work in a multiple of 3 plus 2.
- When sharing on social media use the hashtags: #simplyhookedbyjanet & #lovelyrufflescarf
This Ruffle Scarf Crochet Pattern is featured on the Hello Spring Blog Hop (March 2023) hosted by Itchin’ for some Stitchin’.
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INSTRUCTIONS: Lovely Ruffle Crochet Scarf
Adult: Fsc 251 or in a multiple of 3 plus 2.
Child: Fsc 203 or in a multiple of 3 plus 2.
Both sizes from here on:
Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as a st throughout), V-st in next, V-st in each across until 1 remains, dc in last, turn.
Row 2: Ch 3, *V-st in next 2 ch-1 sps, inc in next ch-1 sp; repeat from * across, dc in last, turn.
Row 3: Ch 3, V-st in each ch-1 sp across, dc in last, turn.
Rows 4-5: Repeat Row 3.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
When sharing on social media use the hashtags: #simplyhookedbyjanet & #lovelyrufflescarf
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