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Island Lace Crochet Scarf
Island Lace Crochet Scarf
This image courtesy of fiberflux.blogspot.com

If you hate banishing your scarves to the back of the closet when warm weather hits, look no further than this Island Lace Crochet Scarf. The light crochet lace pattern and tropical colors let your scarf shine, summer or winter. The sunset coloring fades together perfectly to give off a fun and fresh vibe. This project is also quick, easy, and should only take about a day to complete. Thanks to the full project video tutorial, it's perfect for those wanting to learn how to crochet. 

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size6 inches wide x 80 inches long (work as many rows as you like if you need a different length)

Materials List

  • 6.0 mm J crochet hook
  • 1 Ball Boutique Unforgettable from Red Heart Yarn (colorway shown is "Parrot")
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Ruler/tape measure (optional)

Beginner's Crochet Scarf

This beginner's scarf pattern is a truly great place for you to start if you are looking for an easy scarf pattern to warm up with before diving into this pattern! 

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It's refreshing to see a pattern actually done in very pretty colours that are in a commonly-used palette. Usually, if a pattern is done and displayed in colours that the "designer" simply threw together and gave no thought to, it's harder for folks to envision it in their own colours, and I know I, for one, will leave that page in search of another that appeals to my aesthetic. So this is very nice!

This is such an easy and simple pattern!!! Loved it heaps!!!

I recently made a rippled afghan out of this exact yarn. It was so soft and comfy. I can imagine that the scarf would be nice and soft on your neck and not itchy like a lot of yarns are on your skin. I would like to work this scarf and then I would also like to make a wrap with this yarn and the scarf pattern.

I am in process of making this scarf. I watched the tutorial on how to make this scarf, and it really helped to get the project started. I am using the same type of yarn but with different colors and it is coming out pretty well. I like the fact that it is not a heavy yarn, so you can wear it for a longer period of time. I hope you enjoy making this scarf as much as I am!

Oh my word, this Island Lace crocheted scarf is so beautiful! Besides the colours that have been used the pattern itself is absolutely gorgeous. I also love scarf and shawl designs that are light and airy because I have lots of cuddly warm winter scarves and wraps but the light ones are just perfect for spring and summer when there is just a slight coolness in the evening air. I just can not wait to get started making this stunning scarf.

I love the different colors in this scarf! It is so bright and pretty, and I love that the lace pattern means you can stay comfortable while wearing it even in warmer weather. I will have to try this one!

This is a super easy pattern and can be made easier using the half crochet stitch. The scarf will be a little thicker but perfect if you want a really warm winter scarf.

I teach crochet at our local senior center. I printed off some copies of this pattern as we try to include one group project each month. Most of the ladies are in their seventies, have either never crocheted or it's been years, so they have varying degrees of confidence. This pattern was perfect as it's really only double crochet and chains. It worked up so quickly! Once they got past the first few rows, the girls just took off. A few even finished on their own at home, proudly showing off their skills at our next meeting.

Is there a print friendly version?

Hi Laura, Any specific pattern information should be directed to the blogger as we simply link out to the pattern on their sites. Thank you! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Here in the south we don't have much of the drastic winter temps that much of the country does so I never feel the need for the heavier scarves. This one however I may make up for relatives because of the open weave and light weight yarn. The delicious varieties of color are also definitely a plus.

I'm right there with you with the warmer temperatures in the South! Love this open weave, it looks warm without being stifling hot! Love that I could make this in tons of different color combinations.

I love the open stitch of the pattern and the color chosen is beautiful worked up! I will definitely try this pattern, but I am thinking of turning it in to a cowl.

This is one of my favorite crochet patterns currently. I've made three from different colors and love them all. I'll be giving these away for Christmas. )

Wow I love this Island Lace Crochet Scarf! The colors are so beautiful together, Unforgettable from Red Heart Yarn has some amazing colors. This pattern is very well written and so easy to follow that I know it will come out just as nice. I have a friend who loves scarfs and wears them all year long. So she will flip when I give her this one.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern..

I want to make this for my boyfriend's mom she LOVES tropical themed stuff. So pretty!

Love it and the yarn which I have in several colors Unforgettable

Lots of people think that scarves are only suitable for the winter months, but this scarf would easily work, even in the warmer months. The airy stitches allow for air flow, keeping you cool. Crocheting the scarf in a cotton or bamboo yarn would make it much cooler against the skin as well.

This is such a beautiful scarf that really shows the details. The light contrasting colors go amazingly together, too.

CraftyChristine I'm loving these color combinations in the picture as well! It's so pretty and great for the coming warmer weather! Would be great to pair with many summer outfits and could be made in so many color combos!

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