Windy Day Head Scarf Pattern

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This month my June Scarf of the Month Club Pattern is the Windy Day Head Scarf. This lightweight head scarf is crocheted with Fine Weight Yarn [2] and a 4 mm (G) hook.

I designed the band that goes around your head to be a little bit wider and a little bit longer to make it super comfortable to wear and easy to tie. You can tuck the tip of the triangle edge of the scarf into the tied knot to keep it in place or, let it hang over the back of your hair.

I hope this pattern comes in handy for some of you! xo Rhondda


Remember this scarf is just one of the three brand-new scarf patterns today!



For the 2020 Scarf and Hat of the Month Club CAL posts that are already available please visit my introduction post here:  Announcing the CAL

For my previous Scarf of the Month Club CAL patterns visit these posts:

2016 Scarf of the Month Club
2017 Scarf of the Month Club
2018 Scarf of the Month Club
2019 Scarf of the Month Club


2020 Scarf and Hat of the Month Club CAL

June 2020 Scarf of the Month Club CAL Patterns

June 2020 Scarf and Hat of the Month Club Collage PIN

Rainbow Love Cowl Pattern Visit: Amy at The Stitchin’ Mommy

Windy Day Head Scarf Pattern Visit: Rhondda at Oombawka Design (scroll to the bottom of this post!)

Marielle Lace Shawl Pattern Visit: Pam at Sincerely Pam


Windy Day Head Scarf Pattern

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June 2020 Windy Day Head Scarf Pattern Rhondda Mol Oombawka Design Crochet

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Supplies

  • Yarn: Lion Brand Dotted Line. 4.4 oz (125 g) and 410 yds (375 m). 100% Acrylic.Fine Weight Yarn [2]. Machine washable and dryable.
  • Colors: 1 skein in Blue Thunder.
  • Hook: 4 mm (G). I used this hook.
  • Finished Project Yardage: Head Scarf: 3.13 oz (89 g) / 292 yds (267 m)..
  • Scissors, Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker

Difficulty Level

Easy

Finished Size

Head scarf width (at widest post) approximately 36 inches X 13.5 inches height (at tallest point)

Gauge

Approximately 4 rows per inch and 4 stitches 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

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Check out the Basic Crochet Terms in 10 languages here.

beg – beginning

BL – back loop

ch – chain

ch1sp – chain 1 space

dc – double crochet

esc – extended single crochet 

hdc – half double crochet

R – row

RS – right side

rem – remaining

rep – repeat

sc –  single crochet

sk – skip

sl st – slip stitch

st/sts – stitch/stitches

tr – treble crochet (aka triple crochet)

* to **– Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain 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

Extended single crochet (esc)

Insert hook into the specified stitch, yarn over and pull up 1 loop. You have 2 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through 1 loop. You have 2 loops on your hook. Yarn over and pull through the remaining 2 loops on your hook to complete the stitch.

Helpful Tutorials

Finding the ch1sp:

Stitch Placement for Windy Day Head Scarf

Stitch Anatomy

Invisible Join

Quick Stitch Guide 

Slip Knot and Starting Chain

Notes:

  • Stitch multiple is any odd number of stitches, plus 2 (understanding stitch multiples)
  • The initial ch 2 counts as the first esc of the row. This means we sk the stitch beneath it, since we already worked into it as the ch 2.
  • Do not count the sl st as a stitch and do not work into it.

Access the full written pattern in the blog post below.


June 2020 Scarf of the Month Club CAL Windy Day Head Scarf Rhondda Mol Oombawka Design Crochet

Windy Day Head Scarf Pattern Instructions

The Windy Day Head Scarf is crocheted back-and-forth in rows. The head band portion is crocheted first before rejoining the yarn to create the triangle point section of the scarf. 

Using your 4 mm (G) hook (or size required for gauge):

R1: (RS) Ch 131, sk the first 2 chs (counts as 1 esc). *(1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch, sk the next ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last ch. Work 1 esc in the last ch, turn. [64 sets of (esc, ch 1, esc), 2 esc]

R2-R15: Ch 2 (counts as 1 esc). *Sk the next esc, (1 esc, ch 1,  1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** across, to the last esc of the row. Work 1 esc in the top of the ch 2, turn. [64 sets of (esc, ch 1, esc)]

Finish off your yarn. With the right side facing, count over the first esc of the row plus 15 sets of (esc, ch 1, esc). This would be 31 esc, or 15 ch1sp from the right edge.

Note if you are left handed count over from the left edge instead.

Rejoin your yarn in the 16th set of (esc, ch 1, esc), in the ch1sp with a sl st.

R1: Ch 2 (counts as 1 esc). (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc. *Sk the next esc, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 33 times across. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [34 sets (esc, ch 1, esc), 1 esc]

Windy Day Head Scarf 3
Row 2

R2: Ch 1, sl st in the ch1sp and the next 2 esc. Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next  ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 31 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [32 sets (esc, ch1, esc)]

R3: Ch 1, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 30 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [31 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R4: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 29 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [30 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R5: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 28 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [29 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R6: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 27 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [28 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R7: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 26 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [27 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R8: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 25 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [26 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R9: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 24 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [25 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R10: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 23 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [24 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R11: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 22 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [23 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R12: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 21 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [22 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R13: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 20 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [21 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R14: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 19 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [20 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R15: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 18 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [19 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R16: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 17 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [18 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R17: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 16 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [17 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R18: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 15 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [16 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R19: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 14 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [15 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R20: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 13 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [14 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R21: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 12 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [13 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R22: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 11 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [12 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R23: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 10 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [11 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R24: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 9 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [10 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R25: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 8 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [9 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R26: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 7 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [8 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R27: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 6 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [7 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R28: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 5 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [6 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R29: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 4 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [5 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R30: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 3 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [4 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R31: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 2 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [3 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

R32: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. *Sk the next esc, (1esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp, sk the next esc**. Rep from * to ** 1 times across. Sk the next esc and sl st to the next ch1sp. Leave the rem sts unworked, turn. [2 sets (esc, ch 1, esc)]

Row 33 Windy Day Head Scarf
Row 33

R33: Ch 1, (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) in the next ch1sp. Sl st in each of the next esc, ch1sp and esc. Leave the rem sts unworked. Do not finish off; proceed to the edging section below. [1 set (esc, ch 1, esc)]

Edging

Round 1

Edging Windy Day Head Scarf Round 1

Working along the side edge, ch 5, sl st to the next ch1sp (created by the turning chain 1 at the beginning of each row). *Ch 5, sl st to the next ch1sp**. Rep from * to ** along the side edge, skipping every other row end (that does not have a ch1sp on the end of it). There will be 16 sets along this first side edge. 

Work sc stitches evenly along the top of Row 15. I worked 2 sc for every (esc, ch 1, esc) set. 

At the corner,  ch 1 and continue crocheting sc stitches evenly along the row ends working toward the foundation row. 

Ch 1 at the corner and crochet sc stitches evenly across the foundation row. 

Ch 1 at the corner and rotate your work to continue working sc stitches evenly up the side edge of your project. 

Edging R1 Windy Day Head Scarf 4

Ch 1 at the corner, rotate your work and crochet sc stitches evenly along the edge of Row 15. I worked 2 sc for every (esc, ch 1, esc) set.

Next we will work up the side edge of the triangle portion of the scarf. We will begin by placing a slip stitch in the ch1sp found at the edge of the first row – remember these ch1sp will be on every other row since we began each row with a ch 1. 

*Sl st to the ch1sp, ch 5**. Rep from * to ** along the side edge, skipping every other row end. There will be 15 sets in total on this side.

Sl st to the ch1sp in the (1 esc, ch 1, 1 esc) set found in the final row (R33). Ch 8 and sl st to the first sl st of the edging to join.

Edging R1 Windy Day Head Scarf Ch 8

Round 2

*(1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc) in the next ch5sp, sl st to the next sl st**. Rep from * to ** along the side edge to the first sc. Work 1 sc in each sc across and work (1 sc, ch 1, 1 sc) in each corner ch1sp. 

Continue crocheting this way until you reach the first sl st before the first ch5sp at the triangle section of the scarf. 

Sl st to the first sl st, *(1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc) in the next ch5sp, sl st to the next sl st**. Rep from * to ** until you reach the final ch8sp. Work (1 sc, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 1 tr, 2 dc, 2 hdc, 1 sc) in the ch8sp, sl st to the first sc of the round to join. Finish off and weave in your ends.

Finishing

You may wish to gently block this project.

Windy Day Head Scarf Pattern Oombawka Design Crochet

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