Crochet Scarf with Chevron Pattern
This Crochet Scarf with Chevron Pattern is the perfect project for the advanced beginner who is looking for a challenging DIY project. Although it is a simple geometric figure, incorporating the chevron symbol in a crochet pattern can appear challenging at first. However, by following the step-by-step instructions of this free scarf pattern, you'll master the chevron design in no time. You'll want to use a very soft bulky yarn with a neutral palette of blended colors which should slowly shade from one color to the next, creating ever-changing chevron stripes as you work.
NotesEach row is approximately 9 inches wide and should end with 5 single crochet (sc) and then one single crochet two together (sc2tog).
Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook
Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge6 single crochet stitches for every 2 inches
Finished SizeFinished size is approximately 68 inches long by 9 inches wide.
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Mar 28, 2018
When I happened upon this crochet scarf with chevron pattern I could not believe it was a beginner pattern. I mean look at it with the color changes and all. So I went to the pattern and discovered the yarn selected is a natural striping yarn so I figure I can make this. Thanks for the heads up on blocking this scarf.
Mar 21, 2018
What a beautiful chevron scarf. The designer included a lot of hints about making this, which I really appreciate. Knowing where a problem may happen keeps me on the lookout so that there is less frogging.
Mar 19, 2018
I totally agree with the fact that your chevron projects will curl up along the edges. Try having a full sized crochet chevron blanket with that problem! I thought it was only me. Glad to know it is a natural way for the yarn to behave in a pattern such as this. I did not block my afghan, though. It's huge! Great looking scarf. I will say that you don't see a lot of scarves using the chevron, so that makes this unique! This would be a good enough reason to try my hand at the Isaac yarns.
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