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Blush Rose Crochet Scarf
Blush Rose Crochet Scarf

Nothing is more ladylike than the pretty blush pink color of this delicate crocheted scarf. It's sure to look elegant on women of all ages. The light and lacy design makes this the best accessory for the spring and summer months. It's an easy crochet pattern to work up that measures about 68 inches long by 9.5 inches wide after blocking. Two different crochet motifs are joined together to create this lovely crocheted scarf.

Easy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

MATERIALS:

  • Naturally Caron.com Spa (75% Microdenier acrylic, 25% bamboo; 3oz/85 g, 252 yds/230 m ball): 5 oz. Shown in: #0001 Rose Bisque
  • One size US I-9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge
  • Yarn needle

SIZE:
Scarf measures approximately 68"/172.5 cm long x 9 1/2"/24 cm wide, after blocking'


GAUGE:
One motif = 4 1/2"/11.5 cm, before blocking.


STITCHES USED:
Chain (ch), single crochet (sc), slip stitch (slip st)


SPECIAL TERMS:
Beg-Cl: beginning cluster— Yarn over, insert hook in indicated sp, yarn over and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops, [yarn over, insert hook in same sp, yarn over and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops] 2 times, yarn over and draw through all 4 loops on hook.
Cl: cluster—Yarn over, insert hook in indicated sp, yarn over and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops,[yarn over, insert hook in same sp, yarn over and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops] 3 times, yarn over and draw through all 5 loops on hook.


FIRST MOTIF
Chain 4; join with slip st in first ch to form a ring.
Round 1: Ch 1, [sc in ring, ch 2] 8 times; join with slip st in first sc—8 sc and 8 ch-2 sps.
Round 2: Slip st in first ch-2 sp, ch 2, Beg-Cl in same ch-2 sp, [ch 5, Cl in next ch-2 sp] 7 times, ch 5; join with slip st in top of beginning ch—8 clusters and 8 ch-5 sps.
Round 3: Slip in first ch-5 sp, ch 1, (sc, ch 5, sc) in same ch-5 sp, (sc, ch 5, sc) in remaining 7 ch-5 sps; join with slip st in first sc—16 sc and 8 ch-5 sps.
Round 4: Slip st in first ch-5 sp, ch 6 (counts as first dc, ch 3 here and throughout), dc in same ch-5 sp (corner made), [ch 5, sc in next ch-5 sp, ch 5, (dc, ch 3, dc) in next ch-5 sp (corner made)] 3 times, ch 5, sc in next ch-5 sp, ch 5; join with slip st in 3rd ch of beginning ch—8 dc, 4 sc, 4 ch-5 sps, and 4 corner ch-3 sps. Fasten off.

NEXT MOTIF (make and join 28)
Chain 4; join with slip st in first ch to form a ring.
Rounds 1–3: Work Rounds 1–3 of first motif.
Determine placement of motif. The motifs should be worked and joined into a rectangle, 2 motifs wide and 14 motifs long.
Round 4 (joining round): Work as for Round 4 of first motif, except, to join sides of neighboring motifs, work ch-3-join or ch-5-join instead of corner ch-3 or side ch-5, respectively, as follows:
ch-3-join: Ch 1, slip st in corresponding ch-3 corner sp of neighboring motif, ch 1.
ch-5-join: Ch 2, slip st in corresponding ch-5 side sp of neighboring motif, ch 2.
Continue making and joining motifs, as established, into a strip 2 motifs across and 14 motifs long.
 

FINISHING
Border

Join yarn with slip st in ch-3 sp of any corner of scarf, to work along short edge.
Round 1: Working along short edge, ch 6, (dc, ch 3, dc) in same ch-3 sp, (dc, ch 3, dc) in next 2 ch-5 sps, *dc in next ch-3 sp, ch 3, dc in next ch-3 sp, (dc, ch 3, dc) in next 2 ch-5 sps; repeat from * to next corner ch-3 sp**, (dc, ch 3, dc, ch 3, dc) in corner ch-3 sp, (dc, ch 3, dc) in next 2 ch-5 sps; repeat from * around ending last repeat at **; join with slip st in 3rd ch of beginning ch.
Round 2: Slip st in first ch-3 sp, ch 6, dc in same ch-3 sp, (dc, ch 3, dc) in each ch-3 sp around; join with slip st in 3rd ch of beginning ch. Fasten off.
Using yarn needle, weave in all ends. Block lightly, if desired.

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Just a beautifully designed and delicate motifed crochet scarf. These kind of open work, lacy, and drape-y scarves work well with my body type and my wardrobe! This is a great on-the-go project because you just make small motifs. So you're not sitting there with a giant afghan on your lap trying to crochet while you're on the subway.

After the first motif, the next one says to join 28. Does that mean I need to make 27 more of the 1st motif before going to the "next motif"?

Hi there! No, you make one of the first motif and then make 28 of the next motif, which you'll be joining together with the first one. Julia, AFC editor

I just started am on Round 4 - need help!!! Ch 6 then ch 3? what does it mean ch3 here throughout? Throughout what? Please explain what it's supposed to look like. Thank you!

Hi there! That line just means that when you work your ch 6 that it'll count as your first double crochet stitch + ch 3. Throughout meant anytime you work the ch 6. It's useful for if you count your stitches at the end of every row or round, so you know how to classify your stitches. So for round 4: Slip st in first ch-5 sp, ch 6 (counts as first dc, ch 3 here and throughout), dc in same ch-5 sp (corner made) --- this means you will slip stitch in your first ch-5 space, then ch 6 and then double crochet in the same ch-5 space. I hope that makes sense! Julia, AFC editor

OK. Thanks! I will try again. IF I succeed, I will send a photo!

For the love of lacy scarves!. This Blush Rose Crochet Scarf looks very unassuming but if you look closely, it has a very intricate lacy design. I think I would like to make this one. It's airy but can still give enough warmth on a chilly spring day. I would like to make this longer and wider or oversized is better.

Im having a major problem with this project. Theres no photo at the top of the page, and I am thoroughly confused by the instructions concerning the Second Motif. I spent more than a little time trying to chase down the original pattern, but if it ever was on the Yarnspirations/Caron website, it is no longer listed. The tiny thumbnail looks very nice, and I would love to give this one a try, but not without more guidance.

Hi Jane, The photo should be appearing now. :) Also, I would suggest contacting Yarnspirations directly on this pattern as it's their original design and can provide more clarity and help. Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Wow, such a beautiful design! One of the nicest scarf patterns I have seen. The color is lovely too. I am not too familiar with join as you go patterns but love learning new things so am looking forward to giving it a try. If I get stuck my wonderful friend, Filly, will no doubt have some very helpful advice.

A beautiful scarf to crochet and to wear all spring and summer. Love the rose color and the lacy openness that the single crochet and slip stitches give to the motifs. After reading through the pattern carefully, it does seem relatively easy to accomplish. This pretty scarf would make for a great gift idea.

This is a very pretty blush rose scarf. Even after seeing all the comments from others about this being so difficult, I am willing to give it a try because the finished project is just so nice. Thank you for the update and tips on how to start working on this scarf. I will make sure to go slow and concentrate on this project while working on it.

I liked the final scarf, but with other peoples comments about it being a difficult pattern and after reading the authors comment, Im not sure Id like to attempt this pattern. I also dont care for join as you go patterns...Im not very good at joining (or making good seams). I would think that a scarf being repetitive, it would be easy enough to follow the pattern (if well-written) without a video tutorial but videos definitely help with more intricate patterns or for beginners of crochet. I cant say I blame the author for not creating a video as its time consuming.

I am sorry ,but this is by far the worst pattern I have every worked with. Poorly written and no video

I'm not normally a pink girl, but I think this blush shade would be great for an accessory like this and offset the amount of dark colors I normally wear.

Does this take just one ball of yarn?

Hi there, Each ball of the specified yarn weighs 3oz. The pattern calls for 5oz of yarn, so you will need two balls of yarn for this (you'll end up with a little leftover, which can eventually make its way into a lovely scrap project!) :) I hope this helps! Editor for AllFreeCrochet

I designed this scarf for Caron yarns and contracted with them. The contract was only for the scarf and the written instructions. It's how I make my living. They didn't pay me to make a video and I have a full schedule right now that won't allow me to make a video now. As for the join-as-you-go technique itself, it requires a lot of concentration when first learning it, but once you understand the concept, any other join-as-you-go pattern will be a breeze. It's possible to learn it without the aid of a video. It's how I learned it, but I do have something that may help. Although this isn't a video for this particular square, once you review the video here, you should be able to apply it to any join-as-you-go as long as the pattern states the join and the number of chains necessary. I was contracted to do this video by Crochet 1-2-3 magazine, so it's actually a project from that magazine rather than the scarf above. https//www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoH3 == zXZBXpSMjhiw4GshrpI-zuHFtlGO- Additionally, there are times when seeing the original text of the pattern from the designer will help to understand certain parts of a pattern. Here is round 4 in its original form. Keep in mind that it has not been proofed or tech-edited. Rnd 4 Ch 6, dc in same ch-5 sp, ch 5, sc in next ch-5 sp, ch 5, dc in next ch-5 sp, ch 1, holding First Motif close to work, with WS of work facing each other, sl st in corner ch-3 sp of First Motif, ch 1, dc in same ch-5 sp of Second Motif, ch 2, sl st in next ch-5 sp of First Motif, ch 2, sc in next ch-5 sp of Second Motif, ch 2, sl st in next ch-5 sp of First Motif, ch 2, dc, in next ch-5 sp of Second Motif, ch 1, sl st in next ch-3 sp of First Motif, ch 1, dc in same ch-5 sp of Second Motif, ch 5, sc in next ch-5 sp, ch 5, (dc, ch 3, dc) in next ch-5 sp, ch 5, sc in next ch-5 sp, ch 5, sl st to third ch of beg ch-6, fasten off. Note that I do not frequent the Allfreecrafts forums because it's difficult for me to locate comments, so I won't receive any notification of comments here. I hope that helps.

So glad you put this here. Lovely scarf and your instructions make skeins more sense! I'm on my way to a lovely gift for my sister.

Thank you Kim for clarifying this pattern, it's so lovely and I love the color as well. This would be the perfect accessory for any outfit and I really appreciate you taking time out of your schedule to provide us with these detailed instructions.

I have been crocheting for years. I love this pattern, but after numerous attempts I am not coming up with 4 stitches in the beginning click.

BEG CL....dang auto correct

I am in agreement with the other comments..this is a lovely scarf and would love to try to crochet it...please consider doing a tutorial on this one..I also learn better by watching/doing, haven't mastered the pattern reading yet.

This is a nice scarf, however, I am like the others, I do not understand exactly how you connect them. I see the trick is in the 4 round however how exactly do you do it?

where can I find the answers to these comments, I also cannot figure out how or where to join. Thank you

I need some coaching. I have the 2 motifs completed and cannot figure out how or where to join. Thanks.

The trick is joining when doing the boarder in "round 4".

Yes, please do consider a Blush Rose Scarf video tutorial. I am 'shown instead of told' learner and helped by them. Thank you so much

Is there a tutorial on the blush rose scarf? I am a beginner and they help me a lot.

Thank u for not helping me

labordee 1020360, What do you need help with? We'd love to try and assist, if possible. Thanks, --editors of AllFreeCrochet

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