Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern. Scarf of the Month Club May Free Pattern.

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This month for the Scarf of the Month Club CAL I have designed the Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern for you to crochet. This project is crocheted with Super Fine Weight Yarn [1] and a 2.25 mm (B) crochet hook.

This project is easy to make with any yarn or hook you wish.  Scroll to the end of my post below, for the full written pattern. Read the Notes section for the information you will need to make this using a different weight of yarn.


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May Scarf of the Month Club CAL Patterns

Scarf of the Month Club 2019 May

Celebration Cowl Pattern from The Stitchin’ Mommy

Summer Fling Scarflette pattern (scroll to the bottom of this post!)

Broomstick Lace Wildflower Scarf pattern from The Purple Poncho


Create your project page on Ravelry for Summer Fling Scarflette here.

Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern May Scarf Of the Month Club 2019 Oombawka Design Crochet

Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern – Scarf of the Month Club CAL May 2019

The finished scarf is soft and flirty, perfect for spring and summer, and even in the fall with your jacket.

The yarn I used was given to me by Red Heart. It has a pretty silver metallic thread woven through it which catches the light and adds a bit of sparkle to the already lovely tonal yarn.

Supplies

    • Yarn: Red Heart Croquette. 1.5 oz and 239 yds (45 g and 219 m). 92% Cotton, 5% polyester, 3% other polyester. Super Fine Weight Yarn [1]. Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Promptly remove. Roll in towel. Block.
    • Colors: 2 skeins each in Tidepool E887. Hook: 2.25 mm (B). I used this hook.
    • Finished Project Yardage: 90 g / 478 yds.
    • Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker

Difficulty Level

Easy-Intermediate

Finished Size

Scarflette width approximately 5.5 inches X 50 inches length

Gauge

Approximately 10 rows per inch and (1 sc, ch 1, sk 1 sc) 4 times per inch

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

Abbreviations

US Terminology used

beg – beginning

ch – chain

ch1sp – chain 1 space

ch3sp – chain 3 space

csl st – center slip stitch

dc – double crochet

R – row

RS – right side

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

Special Stitches

Center Slip Stitch (csl st) – a slip stitch worked into the center (between the two legs) of the specified stitch

Edging Part A Summer Fling Scarflette oombawkadesigncrochet

Helpful Tutorials

Stitch Anatomy

Invisible Join

Helpful Video Tutorials

Quick Stitch Guide

Slip Knot and Starting Chain

Notes:

  • Stitch multiple is 2 + 1 (if worked in the center of a project).
  • Stitch multiple when you are beginning with a chain row, is an odd number of stitches + 1 for the turning chain.
  • I work in the back bump of the starting chain but you can work under the front (top) loop if you prefer.
  • A ch 3 at the beginning of a row counts as 1 dc.
  • The initial sl st to join new yarn does not count as a stitch.
  • Please place a marker in the (RS) right side of the fabric.
  • To make this project with a different weight of yarn, simply crochet your scarf to the length you wish and be sure you have an even number of chains. Use the same hook as your yarn calls for on the label. Then follow the instructions below for the remainder of the pattern. If you want a scarf the same dimensions as the one I crocheted you will need to crochet your initial chain row to be a length of 49 inches (then make sure you have an even number of chains). Follow the pattern until you reach a width of 3 inches, being sure to end after you crochet an WS row (WS means wrong side). The next row you work will be the double crochet row (R 29). Then continue following the pattern until you are at an overall width (including the first bit you already crocheted) of 4 inches (ending after a WS row). Then crochet R37. Follow the pattern until your total width is 4.5 inches (ending after a WS row). Then begin the edging on R41.  Follow the edging instructions for the other Parts, omitting rows to decrease size.

Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern May Scarf Of the Month Club 2019 Oombawka Design Crochet 2Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern Instructions

This light-weight and easy-to-crochet scarflette is worked back and forth in rows.

Please place a marker in the (RS) right side of the fabric.

Part A

Please read the Notes section (above) for helpful tips before you begin crocheting.

Using your 2.25 mm B hook (or size required for gauge):

R1: Ch 368, sk the first ch, *1 sc in the next ch, ch 1, sk 1 ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last ch. 1 sc in the last ch, ch 1, turn. [184 sc, 183 ch1sp]

R2: 1 sc in the first sc, 1 sc in the next ch1sp. *Ch 1, sk the next sc, 1 sc in the next ch1sp**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 sc in the last sc, ch 1, turn. [185 sc, 182 ch1sp]

R3: RS: 1 sc in the first sc, ch 1, sk 1 sc. *1 sc in the next ch1sp, ch 1, sk the next sc**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 sc in the last sc, ch 1, turn. [184 sc, 183 ch1sp]

R4-R27: Rep R2 and R3.

R28: 1 sc in the first sc, 1 sc in the next ch1sp. *Ch 1, sk the next sc, 1 sc in the next ch1sp**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 sc in the last sc, turn. [185 sc, 182 ch1sp]

R29: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, ch 1), sk 1 sc, *1 dc in the next ch1sp, ch 1, sk the next sc**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 dc in the last sc, ch 1, turn.  [184 dc, 183 ch1sp]

R30-R35: Rep R2 and R3.

R36: Rep R2.

R37: Rep R29.

R38-R39: Rep R2 and R3.

R40: 1 sc in the first sc, 1 sc in the next ch1sp. *Ch 1, sk the next sc, 1 sc in the next ch1sp**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sc. 1 sc in the last sc, ch 1, turn. [185 sc, 182 ch1sp]

Edging Part A Summer Fling Scarflette oombawkadesigncrochet

R41: 1 csl st in the first sc, ch 3, sk the first ch1sp. *1 csl st in the next sc, ch 3, sk the next ch1sp**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 2 sc. Sk the next sc, 1 csl st in the last sc, ch 1, turn. [184 csl st, 183 ch3sp]

R42: Sk the first csl st, 1 sl st in the first ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next csl st. *1 sl st in the next ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next csl st**. Rep from * to ** across to the last ch3sp. Sk the last ch3sp, sl st in the last csl st, ch 1, turn. [183 sl st, 182 ch3sp]

R43: Sk the first sl st, 1 sl st in the first ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next sl st. *1 sl st in the next ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next sl st**. Rep from * to ** across to the last ch3sp. Sk the last ch3sp, sl st in the last sl st. Finish off and weave in your ends. [183 sl st, 182 ch3sp]

Part B. Edging on base of initial chain row (R1)

Now we will create the edge for the beginning chain row. With the RS of the fabric facing toward you, rotate your work so the unworked loops from R1 are at the top (so you can begin working in the base loop of the first ch of R1).

Part B Edging Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern oombawkadesigncrochet

Using your 2.25 mm B hook (or size required for gauge):

R1: Join yarn with a sl st in the unworked loop at the base of the first ch in R1 from Part A above. Ch 1, 1 csl st in the base of the first sc. *Ch 3, sk the next sk ch, 1 csl st in the next sc**. Rep from * to ** across. Ch 1, turn. [184 csl st, 183 ch3sp] 

R2: Sk the first csl st, 1 sl st in the first ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next csl st. *1 sl st in the next ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next csl st**. Rep from * to ** across to the last ch3sp. Sk the last ch3sp, sl st in the last csl st. Ch 1, turn. [183 sl st, 182 ch3sp]

R3: Sk the first sl st, 1 sl st in the first ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next sl st. *1 sl st in the next ch3sp, ch 3, sk the next sl st**. Rep from * to ** across to the last ch3sp. Sk the last ch3sp, sl st in the last sl st. Finish off and weave in your ends. [183 sl st, 182 ch3sp]

Part C. Eding on the Side Edges (Row Ends.

Now we will create the two side edges of the scarf. With the RS of the fabric facing toward you, rotate your work to add the edging to the row ends on one side of the scarf.

Side Edging Part C Summer Fling Scarflette Pattern oombawkadesigncrochet

Using your 2.25 mm B hook (or size required for gauge):

R1: Join yarn with a sl st in the corner st leaving a 5 inch tail of yarn. Ch 1, work 39 sc evenly across the side edge, sl st in the corner st. Turn. [39 sc]

R2: Ch 3, sk the sl st, 1 sl st in the next sc. *Ch 3, sk 1 sc, 1 sl st in the next sc**. Rep from * to ** across. Ch 1, turn. [20 sl st, 19 ch3sp]

R3: Sl st in the first ch3sp.  Ch 3, sk the next sl st, 1 sl st in the next ch3sp. *Ch 3, sk the next sl st, 1 sl st in the next ch3sp**. Rep from * to ** across to the last sl st. Ch 1, sl st in the last sl st. Finish off leaving a 5 inch tail of yarn. [21 sl st, 19 ch3sp]

 

Use the tail of yarn you left from Part C, R1 to close the small gap between the edging in Part C and the edging from the section beside it.  

Use the tail of yarn you left from Part C, R3 to close the small gap between the edging in Part C and the edging from the section beside it.  

 

Repeat Part C for the other side edge of the scarf.

Finishing Instructions:

  • Weave in any remaining ends.
  • Wet block your project for a better finished look. I ran the fabric under the tap (cool water), placed it lengthwise in a dry towel and rolled the towel to remove the excess water.
  • I placed my project on my foam blocking pads and pinned the 2 side edges in place to make the scarf straight. The four corners will be slightly longer than the center because of the ch 3 edging we added so I allowed the corners to be slightly further out on the blocking board than the center.
  • I placed stainless steel pins along the ch 3 loops of the outer edging row and then I used a pin to gently lift the ch 3 loops outward (I didn’t pin each one but manipulated the ch 3 to a position where it was not touching the rest of the scarf and create a small space.

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If you missed any of the previous Scarf of the Month Club patterns, you can find them here:

2016 Scarf of the Month Club
2017 Scarf of the Month Club
2018 Scarf of the Month Club

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