Felicity Scarf Pattern. Scarf of the Month Club August 2018.
Happy August Crocheters! This post includes my Felicity 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 Felicity Scarf Pattern.
Felicity Scarf Pattern
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Welcome to our August 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!
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Here are your 3 August Scarf of the Month Club Scarves!
Get Amy’s Scarf of the Month Pattern Here > Berry Sorbet Scarf Pattern
Get Dianne’s Bonus Scarf of the Month Pattern Here > Open Spaces Cowl
Create your Project Page on Ravelry for the Felicity Scarf Pattern
Scarf of the Month Club 2018 – August
Felicity Scarf Pattern Instructions
- Yarn: Red Heart Colorscape Yarn. 3.5 oz / 100 g ; 187 yds / 171 m. Medium Weight  Yarn. 100% Acrylic. Machine Wash Cold, Gentle Cycle. Tumble Dry Low. Color: Paris
- Hook: 5 mm (H) Crochet Hook (I used Furls Streamline in Ebony)
- Finished Project Yardage: 100 g; 187 yds
- Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker
Length: 47 inches
Width: 5.5 inches
approximately 16 dc in 4 inches
approximately 3 inches for each repeat section of R2 to R5
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.
US Terminology used
beg – beginning
ch – chain
ch1sp – chain 1 space
ch2sp – chain 2 space
ch4sp – chain 4 space
CL – cluster (see special stitches)
dc – double crochet
R – row/round
rem – remaining
rep – repeat
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
st/sts – stitch/stitches
tr – treble crochet stitch
* 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
Insert hook into specified stitch or space, yarn over and pull up 1 loop. *Yarn over, insert your hook into the same stitch (or space), yarn over and pull up 1 loop.** Work * to ** 2 times. You will now have 6 loops on the hook. Yarn over and pull through 5 loops. You will have 2 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through the remaining 2 loops.
Helpful Video Tutorials
You can watch the Invisible Join technique demonstrated in this video at this specific video frame: Invisible Join Video
- Ch 3 counts as 1 dc when worked at the beg of the row. This means you do not work into the dc that falls beneath it.
- 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 tr that falls beneath it.
- Sl st does not count as a stitch.
- Stitch Multiple: 6+4
Felicity Scarf Pattern
We begin by making a chain row. We then work around the chain row (on both sides of the chain – top and bottom) to create the first edge of the scarf. After we have created this edge we work the remainder of the project in rows.
R1: Ch 22, 1 dc in the 5th ch from the hook (the sk 4 ch count as the first dc), 1 dc in each rem ch across 
Work 2 sl st up the side edge of the last dc st worked, rotate your project to work along the bottom edge of the foundation ch.
1 sc in the base of the first ch, *ch 2, sk 2 ch, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in the next ch, ch 2, sk 2 ch, 1 sc in the next ch**. Rep from * to ** 2 more times across. [4 sc, 6 dc, 9 ch2sp]
Work 2 sl st up the side edge of the project and rotate your work to begin working back and forth in rows for the remainder of the project.
R2: 1 sc in the top of the ch 4 (from R1), *ch 2, sk 2 dc, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in the next dc, ch 2, sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the next dc**. Rep from * to ** 2 more times. TURN. [4 sc, 6 dc, 9 ch2sp]
R3: Ch 4 (counts as 1 tr), sk ch2sp, sk 1 dc, (CL, ch 2, CL, ch 2, CL) in the next ch2sp, sk 1 dc, sk ch2sp. *Ch 1, sk 1 sc, sk ch2sp, sk 1 dc, (CL, ch 2, CL, ch 2, CL) in the next ch2sp, sk 1 dc, sk ch2sp**. Rep from * to ** 1 more time. 1 tr in the last sc. TURN. [9 CL, 2 tr, 2 ch1sp, 6 ch2sp]
R4: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and ch 1), sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL, *1 dc in ch1sp, ch 1, sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL**. Rep from * to ** 1 more time, 1 dc in ch4sp. TURN. [10 dc, 9 ch1sp]
R5: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), *1 dc in ch1sp, 1 dc in the next dc**. Rep from * to ** across. TURN. [19 dc]
R6: Ch 1, 1 sc in the first dc, *ch 2, sk 2 dc, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in the next dc, ch 2, sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the next dc**. Rep from * to ** 2 more times. TURN. [4 sc, 6 dc, 9 ch2sp]
R7: Ch 4 (counts as 1 tr), sk ch2sp, sk 1 dc, (CL, ch 2, CL, ch 2, CL) in the next ch2sp, sk 1 dc, sk ch2sp. *Ch 1, sk 1 sc, sk ch2sp, sk 1 dc, (CL, ch 2, CL, ch 2, CL) in the next ch2sp, sk 1 dc, sk ch2sp**. Rep from * to ** 1 more time. 1 tr in the last sc. TURN. [9 CL, 2 tr, 2 ch1sp, 6 ch2sp]
R8: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and ch 1), sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL, *1 dc in ch1sp, ch 1, sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL, 1 dc in ch2sp, ch 1, sk CL**. Rep from * to ** 1 more time, 1 dc in top of ch 4. TURN. [10 dc, 9 ch1sp]
R9: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), *1 dc in ch1sp, 1 dc in the next dc**. Rep from * to ** across. TURN. [19 dc]
R10-R73: Rep R6 to R9
R74: Ch 1, 1 sc in the first dc, *ch 2, sk 2 dc, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in the next dc, ch 2, sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the next dc**. Rep from * to ** 2 more times. Finish off and weave in ends. [4 sc, 6 dc, 9 ch2sp]
If you would like a longer scarf, simply continue working the repeat sequence o R6 to R9 until you reach your desired length. Then add 1 additional row of R2 to mimic the edging at the other end of the scarf.
If you would prefer to watch the video on YouTube, it is available HERE.
Here are all the free scarf patterns from 2016 and 2017:
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Hi Angela, Thank you for letting me know I hadn’t updated this one. I’ve been slowly going back through my old posts to change the word ‘repeat’ to ‘work’. I was using the term repeat incorrectly in my instructions. I actually learned that earlier this year from Edie Eckman. A lot of Designers have picked up the ‘repeat’ problem from learning from books and posts online that used the term incorrectly (which is what I did). But Edie is absolutely correct – in order to repeat something, it has to be worked once to completion first. I’ve updated the wording to ‘work’. So now you work the instructions two times (in total) to give you your six loops. Thanks again for letting me know! Rhondda
Loving the pattern! The cluster instructions should read “rep * to ** once” though…not 2 times (that would give you 8 loops on the hook instead of 6).
Hi Teresa, If you’d like to make it wider you would make it a multiple of 6 stitches and then add 4 more for the turning chain. So if you want 4 sets of the flower/cluster in your scarf you would chain 4 x 6 = 24 (plus 4 for the turning chain). So chain 28 to start. Hope this helps 🙂 Best wishes, Rhondda
I made this scarf and I LOVED it! Thank you so much for sharing. I did find that after making it I would like to make it wider but not double it. Could someone tell me how many stitches each little cluster pattern is? Does that make sense? I want it to be one of the three cluster stitches wider. I am new to crocheting and don’t want to get it wrong. Thank you
Hi Diane, the cluster is created like this: Cluster (CL)
Insert hook into specified stitch or space, yarn over and pull up 1 loop. *Yarn over, insert your hook into the same stitch (or space), yarn over and pull up 1 loop.** Rep * to ** 2 times. You will now have 6 loops on the hook. Yarn over and pull through 5 loops. You will have 2 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through the remaining 2 loops.
It does have 6 loops on the hook before we yarn over and pull through 5 of the loops.
There is a video in the post to demonstrate it too,
Hope this helps! Rhondda
I was wondering about the special cluster stitch with 6 loops on the hook because clearly that it not what it looks like in tbe picture. Maybe there was some editing that got mixed up? Referring to the Felicity pattern. Thanks for your help.
You too 🙂 and let me know if the hat pattern causes any issues. I just filmed a tutorial for it a few days ago and I think the instructions are ok on that one as I filmed it from start to finish following the instructions! Thank you for your patience with me! Talk soon and I can’t wait to see the camo colors! Rhondda
You have a beautiful week..🌹
Hi Rhonda, thank you so much for ckg this out so quickly, I was going nuts for the past couple of days… lol.. I hope I didn’t confuse you.. lol, I also mistyped, I meant to type, at r6, that it said to turn, and s.c. at the top of chain 4, I typed dc at top of chain 4… but you figured it out… lol, thank you so much for sharing your patterns, my niece wants a scarf with camo colors, so I picked yours, I will share the pic with you when done. I want to make the hat as well…
Hi Mary Jude, me again – I copied and pasted from the first section. I apologize. It should have indicated to ch 1 and work 1 sc in the first dc. Then the rest of the information for the row works. I’ve updated it in the pattern. Thank you for letting me know there was a mistake!! Have a lovely week and thank you for trying my pattern. All the best, Rhondda
Hi Mary Jude, I will have to rewatch the video to see what is causing the confusion. I’m sorry about this. I hope to be able to figure out the problem soon. Thanks! Rhondda
OK Rhondda, I reread your notes, so, this is what works for me… after double crochet in last space, I turn, and single in top of that chain 4, then skipped the first 2 dbl cr., and went from there… I was a litte confused by the video… thank you for sharing such a beautiful pattern..
Hi Rhondda, I just sent you a question , but I think I figured out the answer, although have tried this, but must’ve done something wrong… I believe we sc in the top of the tr from the cluster from the previous row.. this seems to work, but we don’t actually count the very last dc we did in the top of chain 4, am I right… thank you..
Hi Rhondda, This is a beautiful scarf, but I seem to be having a problem with R6… your video says, for round 5, to double crochet in last space and top of chain 4… then starting with r6…r9 says to double crochet in last dbl crochet, turn, r6 says to single crochet in top of chain 4 from previous row… so, I’m a bit confused. Do we dbl crochet in space, and top of chain, then turn, and single in the top of chain, which would then be the 3rd chain of the chain 4?? I’m at the point of repeating rows…. thank you… it seems to work, by dbl crochet in space, then turn, and single at the top of chain 4… Thank you..
Hi Alicia, Sorry about that! It is hard to find a ‘good’ speed and make the video short enough for people to want to watch. It is a difficult balance I’m afraid. You can try using the buttons on the video player and you can decrease or increase my speed that way. I often do that when I watch a ‘how to’ video for something and I want to see a specific spot of a video but don’t want to watch the whole thing. Then I speed them up super quick so they sound like chipmunks but I can still listen and work on something else, until they say what I am waiting to hear/see. Let me know if you have any questions 🙂 I will try my best to help! Rhondda
I’m excited to see how this turns out! It was very helpful. I do wish, as a newbie to crocheting, that you’d slowed down on the 5th round as I couldn’t tell where you were double crocheting. But for the most part it was very helpful
Hi Lynda, you are welcome 🙂 I’m happy you liked the pattern. I love the Colorscape Yarn too! Both the colors and the softness are fantastic! Wishing you the best, Rhondda
Thank you for sharing this pattern. I love Red Heart Colorscape yarn. I’ve made several chemo caps and a small shawl. This was the first scarf I made with Colorscape. Now I want to get all of the colors and make scarves! The pattern is lovely and easy to follow. Only problem I had was that the length wasn’t there. Mine was 5.5″ wide but only 42″ long. I didn’t have enough yarn to repeat the pattern again. But it’s still long enough for a lovely scarf. Thanks.
Hi Nancy 🙂 I did mention it actually 🙂 At the top in the supplies section it says you need 100 g which is the total weight of 1 skein of this yarn. The specifics of the yarn are listed a couple lines above that in this line: Yarn: Red Heart Colorscape Yarn. 3.5 oz / 100 g ; 187 yds / 171 m. I apologize for not writing in the 187 yds beside the 100 g in the usage section! Each project requires 1 ball of yarn. You have very little waste yarn left over when you are done. All the best, Rhondda
Your Felicity Hat and Scarf do not identify how many skeins to buy. I would love to make the hat and scarf but need to know how much yarn to buy. Why isn’t this in the pattern?
I like your scarf pattern and by watching the little video it kinda shows a pattern like stepping stones. In a cool way have you done this beautiful stitch pattern in the fall colors to see what it would be like? Where did you get your yarn from please and thank. 😊