To Nana, With Love Scarf Pattern
This month I decided to make a more traditional style scarf – something my Nana would have loved and wanted for herself. The To Nana, With Love Scarf will fit neatly beneath your coat to add some extra warm without a lot of extra bulk or length. Just enough to protect your neck and chest and keep you cosy and warm. I specifically chose this yarn to use with this stitch pattern and I am very pleased with the final scarf. Super soft and lightweight – the fabric has beautiful movement and it is warm without being heavy, or too hot to wear comfortably beneath your coat. The yarn is from Expression Fiber Arts, one of my favorite online Yarn Shops – and perfect for finding a yarn to use for a special gift. The shade is called Marine and is a Superwash Dewy DK (70% Superwash Merino Wool, 20% Nylon, 10% Silk, 250 yd, 4-ply) yarn. She has beautiful colorways available if you are looking for something special for a gift you are making and you can browse them on her website here: Expression Fiber Arts.
This is just one of the Scarf of the Month Club Free Patterns for the month of April 2016!
For the links to the other two free crochet scarf patterns please scroll to the very end of this post!
To Nana, With Love Scarf
- Yarn: 1 skein of Superwash Dewy DK (250 yd, 4-ply) yarn from Expression Fiber Arts (Color: Marine)
- Hook 5 mm (H)
- Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker (optional)
44 inches long and 5 inches wide
approximately 4 sts per inch / 2.4 rows per inch (when worked in pattern)
US Terminology used
beg – beginning
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
R – row/round
RS – right side
rem – remaining
rep – repeat
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
st/sts – stitch/stitches
* – Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain of multiple instructions.
() – Repeat the instructions between the parentheses the number of times indicated.
 – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches
How to Join New Yarn with A Slip Stitch
Orange Explosion Dishcloth Stitch Tutorial (same stitch as used in this design)
- Count the starting ch 3 as 1 dc in the row-end counts.
- Do not count the ch 1 as a stitch in the row-end counts.
- Stitch Multiple of 6 + 2
R1 (RS): Ch 26, 1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook, *sk 2 ch, 4 dc in next ch, sk 2 ch, 1 sc in next ch**. Rep from * to ** 4 times across. Turn. [16 dc, 5 sc]
R2: (Ch 3, 1 dc) in the first sc. Sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the sp bet the second and third dc (in the set of 4 dc), sk 2 dc. *4 dc in the next sc, sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the sp bet the second and third dc (in the set of 4 dc), sk 2 dc.** Rep from * to ** 3 times across. Work 2 dc in the final sc of the row. Turn. [16 dc, 4 sc]
R3: Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch). Sk the first dc, work 1 sc in the sp between the first dc and the second dc. Sk the second dc. 4 dc in the next sc. *Sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the sp bet the second and third dc (in the set of 4 dc), sk 2 dc. 4 dc in the next sc.** Rep from * to ** 3 times. Sk the next dc, work 1 sc in the sp bet the sk dc and the final dc of the row. Sk the final dc. Turn. [16 dc, 5 sc]
Rep R2 and R3 50 times for a total of 103 rows. Finish off and weave in ends.
Now to make the beginning edge ‘more similar’ to the final edge, flip your project so the starting edge is now your working edge and the RS is facing you.
Join your new yarn with a sl st in the base of the very first sc. (Ch 3, 1 dc) in the base of the first sc. You will be working along the base of the row all the way across – Sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the sp bet the second and third dc (in the set of 4 dc), sk 2 dc. *4 dc in the next sc, sk 2 dc, 1 sc in the sp bet the second and third dc (in the set of 4 dc), sk 2 dc.** Rep from * to ** 3 times across. Work 2 dc in the final sc of the row. Finish off and weave in ends. [16 dc, 4 sc]
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This scarf will be perfect for my grandma.
I love this scarf pattern. I am new to crochet and I think I can even do this.