Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern

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Happy September Crocheters! This post includes my Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern.  It also has the links to the other 2 free crochet patterns for this month’s #scarfofthemonthclub2018 CAL.

Scroll to the end of this post for my free Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern. This pretty scarf requires 1 ball of medium weight yarn and a 6 mm (J) sized hook.

Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern

Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern from Oombawka Design Crochet Scarfofthemonthclub2018 September 3

 


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Welcome to our September Scarf of the Month Club Event! This month we have 3 brand-new free crochet patterns for you to make. We hope you enjoy making these beautiful scarves and cowls. See you again next month when we release 3 brand-new projects for you to make!

 September #scarfofthemonthclub2018

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Here are your 3 September Scarf of the Month Club Scarves!

September Scarf of the Month Club 2018. 3 Free Patterns. Oombawka Design Crochet

Get Amy’s Scarf of the Month Pattern Here > Lola Cowl
Get Megan’s Bonus Scarf of the Month Pattern Here > Crochet Eventide Infinity Scarf

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 Scarf of the Month Club 2018 – September

Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern from Oombawka Design Crochet Scarfofthemonthclub2018 September

Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern Instructions

Supplies

    • Yarn: Red Heart Colorscape Yarn. 3.5 oz / 100 g ; 187 yds / 171 m. Medium Weight [4] Yarn. 100% Acrylic. Machine Wash Cold, Gentle Cycle. Tumble Dry Low. Color: Acapulco
    • Hook:  6 mm (J) Crochet Hook. I used this hook.
    • Finished Project Yardage: 80 g or 150 yards
    • Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker

Difficulty Level

Easy-Intermediate

Finished Size

Circumference (seamed length) : 38 inches
Width:  7 inches

Gauge

approximately 10 dc in 3 inches

approximately 6 rows worked in repeat, in 4 inches

You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different.

Abbreviations

US Terminology used

beg – beginning
ch – chain
ch1sp – chain 1 space
dc – double crochet
dc2tog – double crochet 2 together
R – row/round
rem – remaining
rep – repeat
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
st/sts – stitch/stitches
* to **– Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain of multiple instructions.
[] – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches
() – important notes AND sets of stitches to be worked within one stitch, or space

Helpful Tutorials

Stitch Anatomy

Invisible Join

Helpful Video Tutorials

Quick Stitch Guide 

Slip Knot and Starting Chain

Notes

  • Ch 3 counts as 1 dc when worked at the beg of the row. For this pattern we also begin our first dc2tog in the stitch at the base of the ch 3.
  • Ch 4 counts as 1 dc and ch 1, when worked at the beg of the row. This means you do not work into the dc that falls beneath it.
  • Sl st does not count as a stitch and you do not work into it
  • Stitch Multiple: 2+1

1 Stitches 1 Fall Carnival Scarf

 

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Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern from Oombawka Design Crochet

Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern

This project is worked back-and-forth in rows before we seam it and add the top and bottom edging.

Ch 15.

R1: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, ch 1), 1 dc in the seventh ch from the hook (Note: you count the initial ch 4 plus 3 chains from the foundation chain to reach seven chains). *Ch 1, sk 1 ch, 1 dc in the next ch**. Rep from * to ** across. Turn. [8 dc, 7 ch1sp]

Special Notes:

  • each dc2tog begins in the same st as the last dc2tog ended

R2: RS: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc). Sk all ch1sp in this row. Beg in the first dc and work dc2tog over it and the next dc of the row. *Ch 1. Beg in the same st as the last dc2tog finished, dc2tog**. Rep from * to ** across, working the final leg of the last dc2tog in the second ch from the initial ch 4 from the previous row. Work 1 more dc in the same ch. Turn. [7 dc2tog, 2 dc, 6 ch1sp]

R3: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, ch 1). *Sk dc2tog, 1 dc in the next ch1sp, ch 1**. Rep from * to ** across to the last dc of the row. Work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [8 dc, 7 ch1sp]

R4: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc). Sk all ch1sp in this row. Beg in the first dc and work dc2tog over it and the next dc of the row. *Ch 1. Beg in the same st as the last dc2tog finished, dc2tog**. Rep from * to ** across, working the final leg of the last dc2tog in the second ch from the initial ch 4 from the previous row. Work 1 more dc in the same ch. Turn. [7 dc2tog, 2 dc, 6 ch1sp]

R5-R60: Rep R3 and R4

Do not finish off.

Instead, turn right sides together (facing in) and slip stitch across the seam. This means the wrong side of the top piece of fabric is facing you (or up).

Stitches 1 Fall Carnival Scarf how to seam it

Stitches 1 Fall Carnival Scarf how to seam it image 2

Stitches 1 Fall Carnival Scarf how to seam it 3

Flip your project right side out again (so the right sides are facing out).

 

Ch 1, and rotate to work along the row ends to add the Top Edging.

 

Top Edging.

This edging is worked along the row ends in continuous joined rounds. Odd rows would be 59, 57, 55, etc. 

Stitches 1 Fall Carnival Scarf Edging

R1: 1 sc in the edge of the sl st (worked for the seam). *Sk the next row end, ch 4, 1 sc around the dc at the edge of the next odd row, ch 4**. Rep from * to ** around. Sl st to the initial sc to join. [31 sc, 31 ch4sp]

R2-R5: Ch 1, 1 sc in the first sc, ch 4, *1 sc in the next sc, ch 4**. Rep from * to ** around. Sl st to the initial sc to join. [31 sc, 31 ch1sp]

Finish off and weave in ends.

Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern by Oombawka Design Crochet Seams

Bottom Edging.

Rotate your project to work along the other side edge of the project. Odd rows would be 59, 57, 55, etc. 

R1: Join your yarn with 1 sc in the edge of the sl st (worked for the seam). *Sk the next row end, ch 4, 1 sc around the dc at the edge of the next odd row, ch 4**. Rep from * to ** around. Sl st to the initial sc to join. [31 sc, 31 ch4sp]

R2-R3: Ch 1, 1 sc in the first sc, ch 4, *1 sc in the next sc, ch 4**. Rep from * to ** around. Sl st to the initial sc to join. [31 sc, 31 ch1sp]

Finish off and weave in ends.

Fall Carnival Scarf Pattern by Oombawka Design Crochet seam


Here are all the free scarf patterns from 2016 and 2017:

2016 Scarf of the Month Club

2017 Scarf of the Month Club

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  1. Hi Mrs. Jody, to make it the same visually you would need to work it in rows and finish off an rejoin for each row of the edging. So after the final ch 4 of the row for the edging you would need to work 1 final sc in the edge of the scarf (in place of the slip stitch to join). Then finish off and weave in the end. Then you would need to rejoin your yarn at the beginning of the row again in the first sc with a standing sc and work the next row of instructions, replacing that slip stitch to join with the sc in the final sc of the previous row of the edging. Hope this helps! Rhondda

  2. I really like this pattern. I have several self stripping yarns I think would looking amazing. Question: how would I work the edging if i don’t stitch the ends together? Thank you.