Winter Waves Scarf Crochet Pattern

Pattern Designed by: Jennifer Zmurchyk

Winter Waves Crochet Scarf Designed By: Jennifer Zmurchyk

Crochet this beautiful thick and cozy scarf which is perfect for the winter months. It only requires two skeins of yarn – the color changes are achieved by using one skein of self striping yarn, and one skein for the contrast color.

Finished measurements are app. 76”x8”, and requires one 200g skein of self striping yarn (Caron Cakes Berries and Cream was used here), one 100g skein of black for the accent (Vanna’s Choice Lion Brand Black was used here) as well as a 5.50mm crochet hook and darning needle for sewing in ends.

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Winter Waves Crochet Scarf Pattern:

Level:  Easy

Finished Measurements:  approximately 8” x 76”

Materials:

  • MC; 1 Skein (app 200g.) self-striping yarn, size 4 worsted – 1 Caron Cakes Berries and Cream 200g was used in this example
  • CC; 1,100g skein size 4 worsted – 1, 100g skein of Vanna’s Choice Lion Brand Black was used in this example
  • Size 5.50mm crochet hook
  • Darning needle for weaving in ends
  • Supplies for whichever blocking method you prefer, method used here is described at the end of the pattern

Stitches (U.S. standard abbreviations and terms): 

ch: chain                               sc: single crochet

sp: space                               dc: double crochet

sl st: slip stitch                     hdc: half double crochet

MC: master color                tr: treble crochet

CC: contrasting color         sk: skip

To work a single crochet (sc): insert hook in space indicated, yarn over, drawl through 1 loop on hook, yarn over, draw through 2 loops on hook (1 loop remaining on hook)

To work a half double crochet (hdc): yarn over, insert hook in indicated space, yarn over, draw through 1 loop on hook, yarn over, draw through 3 loops on hook (1 loop remaining on hook)

To work a double crochet (dc): yarn over, insert hook in indicated space, yarn over, draw through 1 loop on hook, yarn over, draw through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, draw through remaining 2 loops on hook (1 loop remaining on hook)

To work a treble crochet (tr): yarn over twice, insert hook in indicated space, yarn over, draw through 1 loop on hook, yarn over, draw through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, draw through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, draw through remaining 2 loops on hook (1 loop remaining on hook)         

To work a color change: work stitch as normal, but on the last yarn over, lay the new color on the hook rather than the old color, ensuring that the new color will have a 6-7” tail for weaving in the end, then use the new color to draw through the remaining loop(s) on hook.  Cut yarn of the old color leaving a 6 – 7” tail for weaving end in and proceed with the new color.


Winter Waves Scarf Designed By: Jennifer Zmurchyk

Directions for Scarf:

Using MC and 5.50mm hook, ch 226

Row 1: sc in 3rd ch from hook (counts as first two sc), in next 11 ch work hdc, hdc, dc, dc, tr, tr, tr, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, *[work sc in next three ch, hdc in next two ch, dc in next two ch, tr in next three ch, dc in next two ch, hdc in next two ch], repeat from * across to last two ch, sc in last two ch, switching to CC in last stitch, turn (225 stitches)

Row 2: With CC, ch2 (counts as first sc), sk first sc, sc in each st across, switching to MC in last sc, fasten off CC, turn (225 stitches)

Row 3: with MC, ch4 (counts as first tr), sk first sc, in next 5 stitches, work tr, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, *[work sc in next three st, hdc in next two, dc in next two, tr in next three, dc in next two, hdc in next two] repeat from * across to last 9 st, sc in next three, hdc in next two, dc in next two, tr in last two sc, turn (225 stitches)

Row 4: ch4 (counts as first tr), sk first tr, in next 5 stitches, work tr, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, *[work sc in next three stitches, hdc in next two ch, dc in next two ch, tr in next three, dc in next two, hdc in next two] repeat from * across to last 9 stitches, sc in next three, hdc in next two, dc in next two, tr in last two stitches switching to CC in last tr, fasten off MC, turn (225 stitches)

Row 5: With CC, ch2 (counts as first sc), sk first sc, sc in each st across, switching to MC in last sc, fasten off CC, turn (225 stitches)

Row 6: With MC, ch2 (counts as first sc), sk first sc, in next 12 st, work sc, hdc, hdc, dc, dc, tr, tr, tr, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, *[work sc in next three stitches, hdc in next two, dc in next two, tr in next three, dc in next two, hdc in next two] repeat from * across, sc in last two stitches, switching to CC in last stitch, turn (225 stitches)

This version is done in red and charcoal

Row 7: ch2 (counts as first sc), sk first sc, in next 12 st, work sc, hdc, hdc, dc, dc, tr, tr, tr, dc, dc, hdc, hdc, *[work sc in next three stitches, hdc in next two, dc in next two, tr in next three, dc in next two, hdc in next two] repeat from * across, sc in last two stitches, switching to CC in last sc, fasten off MC, turn (225 stitches)

Row 8: With CC, ch2 (counts as first sc), sk first sc, sc in each st across, switching to MC in last sc, fasten off CC, turn (225 stitches)

Row 9 – 14: repeat row 3 through 8

Row 15 – 18: repeat row 3 through 6, switching to CC at the end of row 18

Row 19: With CC, ch2 (counts as first sc), sk first sc, sc in each stitch across, fasten off CC (225 stitches)

Winter Waves Crochet Scarf Designed By: Jennifer Zmurchyk

Edging:  along other long edge of scarf, join with CC in beg. ch st, ch2, sk first ch, sc in each ch across, fasten off, weave in ends and proceed to blocking


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