Vintage Blossom Crochet Scarf


The Vintage Blossom Crochet Scarf is crocheted with luxury yarn, has a fabulous vintage look and a lighter weight drape, perfect for warmer months when you need a little something or in cooler months as a beautiful accessory scarf. This is a fabulous easy crochet pattern that only requires one skein of yarn. You'll love the ruffled edges and the rose addition giving it that feminine look.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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


  • 1 Skein Hat Box by Mrs. Crosby (colorway shown: “Midnight Aubergine”)
  • G (4.0 mm) crochet hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors
  • Scarf: 3 inches wide and 32 inches long
  • Blossom: 2.5 inches across

Instructions Main Scarf Rectangle: 
Note: Scarf is crocheted as a lengthwise rectangle and ruffles are added to either end.  Blossom is sewed on at the end (see next section for blossom instructions)
  1. Ch 120
  2. Row 1: In the fourth ch from the hook, work a dc.  Work a dc in each ch across.
  3. Row 2: Ch 3 and turn.  Work a dc in each st across, and in the top st of the t-ch at the end of the row.
  4. Row 3: Repeat row 2
  5. Row 4: Repeat row 2
  6. Row 5: Ch 3 and turn.  Work a dc in the first 20 sts, then ch 10.  skip 10 sts, then work a dc in each of the remaining sts.
  7. Row 6: Ch 3 and turn.  Work a dc in each st until you get to the ch 10 from the previous row.  In each of these chains, work a dc.  Work a dc in each of the remaining sts.
  8. Row 7: Repeat row 2
  9. Row 8: Repeat row 2, and fasten off.
Instructions for Ruffled Edges:
  1. Row 1: Tie yarn into corner of one of the scarf ends and ch 3.  Work a dc in the same space.  Work 2 dc in each space across. (Note: On this row spaces are formed from the posts of each dc when scarf was worked lengthwise)
  2. Row 2: Ch 3 and turn.  Work a dc in first st, then 2 dc in each st across.  Work 2 dc in t-ch.
  3. Repeat row 2 twice more and fasten off.
  4. Repeat for other end of scarf.

    Scroll down to watch our ruffled edge video tutorial!
Instructions for Blossom:
  1. Ch 16
  2. Row 1: In the 4th ch from the hook, work 2 dc.  Work 3 dc in each ch across.
  3. Row 2: Ch 3 and turn.  Work 2 dc in the first st.  Work 3 dc in each st across and 3 dc in t-ch.  Fasten off.
  4. Blossom will begin to coil as you work.  Following this natural coil, keep tails intact and use them to stitch flower together with a tapestry needle.  Do not weave tails in yet and proceed to assembly instructions below.

    Scroll to the bottom and click the button for our blossom video tutorial!
Finishing & Assembly: 
  1. Using a piece of matching yarn, sew blossom to scarf just to the left of the keyhole area.  Weave in all ends.

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The designer calls this project Vintage, but I dont think the look is that old. I remember having a very dainty pink blouse with this exact same blossom and scarf look. The instructions are easy enough, but I really appreciate the embedded videos for the blossom and working up scalloped edges. This is a wonderful project for Beginners as it will reinforce known skills plus add some new ones.

The ruffles on this vintage blossom scarf are what really set this one apart. Some scarfs just have the frills at the bottom or nothing substantial. I like this in dark, but I think I want something a little warmer.

Wow. This Vintage Blossom Crochet Scarf will look lovely on our grandmas especially this coming cold months. I really like how the scarf was given the finished look with those cute ruffles on the edges. This scarf will also look lovely in colors that your mom or grandma, aunt, grandaunt will like. Cheers.

The ruffled edge and blossom really do a whammy on this Vintage Blossom Crochet Scarf. It was genius to take a rectangular scarf and dress it up this way. The keyhole really adds a dimension to the project. Instructions states will only use a single skein. I must make this.

Cute scarf finished with a very unique edging. I am not at all familiar with the suggested yarn Hat Box by Mrs. Crosby. I will have to Google it and see if it is even available in my area and if not then find a suitable substitution. The blossom embellishment and the way this scarf holds together is all very unique and creative.

Cute fashionable Scarf, love the color blends and flower in the middle. Would be perfect on a cute little open dress. I love it... Thanks for sharing

Such a beautiful scarf. Unfortunately the luxury yarn recommended is unreasonably expensive ($27 for a skein!). Is there a less expensive alternative?

Hi there, Since Hat Box by Mrs. Crosby is a light/DK weight yarn, I would assume anything of that yarn weight would work out. Check out the fiber content on Ravelry or an online store like WEBS and try and find an alternate DK yarn with similar fiber content. :) Hope that helps! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I made this, it turned out real nice. Easy pattern to follow. Thanx !

I love this pattern! I've made two of them I increased to 140 ch to make it a little longer. Awesome

I have more than 120 stitches

Just a question wouldn't the pattern look a little odd if we crochet row 5 once. Means we crochet 20 sets then skip 10 what about the other stitches

This scarf worked up perfectly in a silk blend!

It means chain

what does t-ch in the pattern mean


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