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Snowdrift Scarf Crochet Pattern

Snowdrift Scarf Crochet Pattern

The Snowdrift Scarf is a classic crochet infinity scarf that likes to have a bit of fun! You can line one side with bobbles or both if you love bobbles as much as I do! I was inspired to make this scarf by a pillow I saw in a store. Inspiration can come from anywhere! This post contains affiliate links. If you are a free pattern fan, purchasing your materials through these links is one way to say thank you. You certainly can find the materials used at your local craft stores!

Materials needed

Yarn

Approximately 375 yards of any worsted weight (size 4 yarn) – I love Vanna’s Choice for this! Find it HERE!

Crochet Hook

US K 10.5/6.5 mm – I love this one so you don’t have to use a rubber band like me.

Yarn needle and Scissors

Gauge

Ch 15. hdc in second ch from hook and in each stitch across. (14 hdc). Ch 1 and turn. HDC in same stitch as turning chain. HDC in each stitch across. Repeat this for 7 more rows for a total 9 hdc rows. This square measures approximately 4.5 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall. If your measurements are too small, go up a hook size. If your measurements are too big, it’s not too big of a deal so feel free to come down a hook size if you’d like!

Stitch Abbreviations

Ch – chain

St – stitch

Sts – stitches

Hdc – half double crochet

BLO – back loop only

FLO – front loop only

YO – yarn over

PS – puff stitch (*yo and insert hook into space, yo and pull up a loop*, repeat from * to * 3 more times, yo and pull through all stitches on hook. Ch 1 to close the PS.)

 


 

Pattern

Ch 27

Row 1

Hdc in second ch from hook and in each stitch across (26 hdc)

Ch 1 and turn

Row 2

Hdc in BLO in same st as turning ch, Hdc in FLO of next st, *hdc in BLO of next, hdc in FLO of next st*, repeat from * to * until 1 st remains.

Hdc in last st

Ch 1 and turn

Row 3 – 133 or until your scarf reaches around 58 inches long or 29 inches once the ends are sewn together.

Repeat Row 2

Cut a long tail and use it to sew the edges of your scarf together. I used Mattress Stitch, but feel free to use any method you feel comfortable with!

Weave in the ends!

Bobble Edging

My scarf has the bobble edging on just one side, but feel free to add to both if you’d like lots of bobbles!

 

Attach yarn to the edge at the end of any row. I attached mine to the joining row.

Ch 3

PS into the stitch directly next to your hook. Shown below with knitting needle pointing to the right spot.

After the PS, sl st into the bottom of the PS. Also shown with knitting needle pointing to the right spot. This turns the puff into the bobble!

After closing the bobble, chain 3. Skip one of the rows of the scarf and sl st into the next row.


For the rest of the edge

Repeat these steps. Be sure to attach the bobble to every other row along the edge. This should end with the last ch 3 slip stitching into the same place the bobbles began. My scarf has a total of 67 bobbles along the edge.

Bind off and weave in the ends!!

Thank you for making

The Snowdrift Scarf!

Please share your finished work with me on Instagram!

@ginger.knots

 



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