Turquoise Broomstick Scarf

Turquoise Broomstick Scarf

If you've never tried crocheting broomstick lace before, this Turquoise Broomstick Scarf is the perfect pattern to test your skills. Follow this easy crochet pattern from Red Heart Yarn to work up this crochet scarf using any color yarn of your choice. Only one ball of worsted weight yarn is needed to complete this free pattern. Red Heart Soft yarn in Deep Sea is shown here. You'll be amazed at how quickly this crochet pattern works up!

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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


  • RED HEART® SOFT®: 1 ball 9870: Deep Sea
  • Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 6.5mm [US K-10 ½]
  • Knitting needle: 25mm [Size 50]
  • Yarn needle

GAUGE: 12 sts = 5” (12.5 cm); 9 rows = 8” (20.5 cm) in pattern.
CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge. Gauge


SIZE: 5” (12.7 cm) wide by 59¼” (150.5 cm) long.


Broomstick Lace:
Broomstick Lace is worked with the right side facing at all times. Do not turn work at the beginning of Broomstick Lace rows. Broomstick Lace is made in two passes. In the first pass, loops are picked up across a row of crochet and placed on the needle. In the second pass, the loops are grouped and worked off of the needle.
Row 1 (first pass – pick up loops): Holding needle in left hand, place last loop of last st on needle. Working from left to right, *insert hook in next st, pull up a loop, place on needle; rep from * across.
Row 2 (second pass – work off loops): Insert hook in number of loops indicated, holding loops together as one, yarn over and loosely pull up a loop, ch 3, (counts as first dc), work number of dc indicated in same set of loops; *inserting hook in next group of loops as indicated, work number of dc indicated in same set of loops; repeat from * across.

Scarf is worked with right side facing at all times, do not turn between rows.


  1. Ch 14.
  2. Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and each ch across—12 dc.
  3. Row 2: Work Row 1 for Broomstick Lace, slide all loops off hook—12 loops on needle.
  4. Row 3: Work Row 2 for Broomstick Lace inserting hook in first 2 loops, ch 3, dc in same set of loops, *2 dc in next set of 2 loops; repeat from * across—12 dc.
  5. Row 4: Repeat Row 2.
  6. Row 5: Work Row 2 for Broomstick lace inserting hook in first 3 loops, ch 3, 2 dc in same set of loops, *3 dc in next set of 3 loops; repeat from * across—12 dc.
  7. Row 6: Repeat Row 2.
  8. Row 7: Work Row 2 for Broomstick lace inserting hook in first 4 loops, ch 3, 3 dc in same set of loops, *4 dc in next set of loops; repeat from * across—12 dc.
  9. Row 8: Repeat Row 2.
  10. Row 9: Work Row 2 for Broomstick lace inserting hook in first 6 loops, ch 3, 5 dc in same set of loops, 6 dc in next set of loops—12 dc.
  11. Rows 10–65: Repeat Rows 2–9 seven times.
  12. Rows 66–67: Repeat Rows 2–3 once more.


  1. Row 1: Pivot to work across log edge of scarf, work 2 sc in each row end across, turn— 134 dc.
  2. Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn.
  3. Row 3: Ch 1, loosely slip st in each st across.
  4. Fasten off.


  1. Row 1: Working in row ends of opposite side, join yarn with sc in row-end st of Row 1, sc in same sp, 2 sc in each row-end st across, turn—134 dc.
  2. Rows 2–3: Repeat Rows 2–3 of First Side Edging. Fasten off.


  1. Weave in ends. Lightly block if desired.

ch = chain; dc = double crochet; sc = single crochet; st(s) = stitch(es); ( ) = work directions in parentheses into same st; [ ] = work directions in brackets the number of times specified; * = repeat whatever follows the * as indicated.

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This is a great project if you want to explore Broomstick lace making. Since this is a Red Heart Yarn project, the original posting and download link can be found here http//www.redheart.com/free-patterns/sampler-broom == stick-scarf If youre new to Broomstick, or just want to watch an excellent tutorial, Red Heart can help you out with that, too http//www.redheart.com/learn/videos/broomstick-lac == e

This is absolutely beautiful! I have tried the broomstick lace stitch once before, but I do not remember how to do it. I will have to practice it, because I really want to make this beautiful scarf. It would make a great gift, or the perfect accessory any time. The color is amazing too!

Ths pattern wil not print. I have tried times. Very frustrated.

Hi robyncouch, There's a print button at the top, right below the project name and byline. Clicking that will open your browser's print menu where you can print this pattern. You can also highlight the pattern text and right click and print. OR you can highlight the pattern text, and copy and paste it into a blank word document and print from there. :) Hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I am starting to make this scarf right this minute! It is such a lovely pattern, I have just been taught how to do broomstick stitch and this gorgeous pattern is the perfect thing to practice it on. Now our teenage daughter wants one too in the exact color shown in the pattern so off I go to begin crocheting, lol!

I have a pair of knitting needles which I never use. I know how to knit but I prefer to crochet since I can finish a crochet project so much faster than knitting. Well, I am going to use my knitting needles later this year to create this scarf. I will post my project when it is done. Thanks for the pattern.

I just love this scarf pattern! Broomstick lace is very cute when done right and looks beautiful! This is such an easy pattern to follow. Love the color. I have never made any of these yet, but plan to in the very near future. Thank you for this beautiful free pattern.

I am in love with this pattern and the intricate look of it. I've never learned how to do broomstick lace but want to attempt it very soon! This scarf is especially making me want to try it since this is so beautiful.

I just love this Turquoise Broomstick Scarf pattern! Broomstick lace is so cute when done right and looks beautiful! Such a easy pattern to follow and do. I have made a lot of these and have even made them wider for a infinity scarf by sewing the ends together that my daughter stoled. Thank you for this beautiful free pattern.

I don't think that's a pretty stitch at all for a scarf. It looks messy, like there are some mistakes and holes. And the pattern looks like a lot of trouble for the finished results.


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