V Stitch Crochet Scarf

V Stitch Crochet Scarf
V Stitch Crochet Scarf

Transitional scarves can be tricky, but with this V Stitch Crochet Scarf, you can easily move it from season to season. This scarf is made from lightweight wool, making it easy to layer with or to drape over your shoulders in the warmer months.

The vibrant pink and purple colors in the design are great to brighten up any dreary winter day or to add a pop of color to a summer dress. This crochet scarf is also able to tie in a variety of ways, so although it is one item, it can be used in many different capacities.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Click here to learn and master the V-stitch, so that you can easily take on this pattern! Our video tutorial will teach you all the ins and outs of this crocheter-favorite stitch.

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Very pretty scarf and can be worn in many different ways. To answer a previous commentor, culottes is another name for pants. Google it and they show long wide bottom slacks. Americans have used it for what she mentions but in reality the designer is correct. Long wide bottom pants.

I have seen a few patterns with the V-Stitch and I think this is the one I want to make first. Not sure who posted the video on this page but it is really appreciated. This will be one of those scarfs than can go through multiple seasons depending on the color yarn you select to make it with. I thin solids will add in actually seeing the pattern though.

The designer is calling this a culotte scarf because it has been inspired by the gaucho pants. (I remember them from when I was a little girl. My Mom said that when she was growing up, they were called peddle pushers) I can see what she is talking about at the ends of the scarf. I really like this pattern.

Im not sure why the designer chose to call it a Culotte Scarf. When I think of culottes, I think of split skirts, not gaucho pants. This is an interesting design though. Working the entire scarf and THEN adding the widening flares makes it a much easier pattern to work for a Beginner. The V Stitch is one of my favorites for summer scarves, too. Easy to work, and lots of open texture.

This is another great pattern from Maz Kwok designs. I really love how the contrasting colors work so well together. I also really like the change in stitch patterns for this scarf as well. I typically make cowls, infinity scarfs and shawls, but I really like this scarf. I also think it would be pretty easily converted to cowl or infinity scarf.

I love the open weave of this scarf pattern! I live in the south and most scarf patterns are just too heavy even for our coldest winter days but I've lived in the north and so I miss being able to snuggle in a scarf! I have to admit I'll definitely have to change up the colors but this combo is sooo bright and cheery...just not my cup of tea. That in my opinion is what makes crafting wonderful! We can get inspiration from others and then tweak it to make it our own!!!

#bestideaever - Living in Florida, we don't usually need scarves, but a lightweight scarf to be used as a wrap in air conditioning is always a great idea!

Couldn't agree with you more, living in Texas I usually don't need scarves but this is so cute and would be perfect for when the weather finally cools off a little but wouldn't be too thick and make me sweat.


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