Lacy Spring Evening Scarf


Just because the weather is getting warmer, does not mean that you have to put all of your crocheted scarves in storage. This Lacy Spring Evening Scarf is the perfect crochet scarf pattern to make for those chilly spring evenings when you want something lightweight and warm. The open design of this scarf is timeless and classy and will look great with any outfit. Plus, it's super easy to crochet and is made with less than one skein of yarn.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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If you're running out of crocheting ideas, there's always a great go-to crochet pattern: the scarf. Why scarves, you ask? There are so many kinds of scarves and so many ways to wear those different kinds of scarves. Plus, as far as crocheting ideas go, they're fairly easy to work up no matter which kind you choose to make. 

The most common kind of scarf is the rectangle scarf or long scarf. They're very easy to crochet and usually just require repetititve and basic stitches. Depending on how long you want the scarf, it won't take too long to work up either. You'll probably want to be able to wrap it around your neck at least once, so keep that in mind while you're crocheting.

The square scarf or neckerchief aren't very common as far as crocheting ideas go. They are normally made out of cotton or silk. The infinity scarf, however, is very popular in the crochet community. It's also known as the circle scarf, but you crochet a loop and make it as thick as a normal scarf so that it can circle the neck twice. If you were only to make an infinity scarf that goes once around the neck only, it would be considered a cowl. 


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This lacy spring scarf is just the thing to make in preparation for the fast approaching spring. As a matter of fact on today this late in March we have had a warm spell with temps reaching into the low 70's. However, I still have those winter scarfs at hand because around here the weather can change on a dime.

Less than three weeks of winter left. Do you have your spring/summer scarfs ready? I know I have a few that I made years past. This will be a great addition to the collection. I love the open weave and the frilly fringes.

I like the idea of using this as a shawl/wrap pattern. Lattice stitch works up so quickly and it looks like it would be a perfect summer weight wrap. Ooh, in a pretty fluffy yarn...

This pretty scarf looks super easy to make so it'll be great to crochet while I'm watching the latest episode of my favorite TV series! Love that it also has sequins which would give it a beautiful sparkle against the dark color. I always have so many projects on the go at the same time and this is going to be the latest addition )

I just started it in burgandy worsted weight for a heavier scarf. Perfect for an elderly friend in rehab. It's going so fast that I can take it to her this weekend.

I looked at the pattern and saved it, but I'm thinking that it would be nice as an Evening Shawl instead, so if you were crocheting this, you might need more yarn than is called for in the pattern. Just my thoughts - scarves I can always make, but a beautiful shawl would be more comfy than not!

Thanks jayjay48 for your help. I found out that I made a stupid mistake, and was not using the J hook after all. I had another project going, and picked up the hook for that one, instead of the J hook to make the scarf. Really dumb move on my part! Thanks!!!

I guess my comment is a question. I really like the evening scarf and printed out the pattern. I bought the special yarn also, and am using the J crochet hook. My scarf is not nealy as wide as it should be. What am I doing wrong? I even added more chains to start with than what pattern called to do. Would really appreciate any help. Thanks so much. Marcine

Did you check your gauge? You probably need to use K hook or perhaps an L hook. I hope this helps. jj


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