A Gorgeous Lacy Scarf – Free Pattern by Fosbas Designs
Today, Susanna from Fosbas Designs is today introducing this gorgeous lacy scarf to you! She is such a talented designer and has a gorgeous catalogue of patterns under her belt already. The Phlox Scarf was designed specifically for me to share with you here. Isn’t it gorgeous??
I love the colour transition in the yarn that Susanna used. The stitch combination used is perfect for this lacy scarf design!
About the Designer:
Susanna is the designer behind Fosbas Designs
Her designs are aimed at helping crocheters become confident in combining simple crochet stitches to create an amazing project. While not at work, you would find susan crocheting or with her kids. For her designing process, check out her social media handle on Instagram or Facebook.
Phlox Scarf Inspiration – by Susanna
The beautiful crochet stitches used in the phlox scarf was inspired following a convertible vest I designed last year. The combination is perfect and since then, I knew many more projects would be made. Here is the vest – Easy Crochet Vest Pattern – Fosbas Designs
The beauty of this lacy scarf is that you can make yours from the yarn in your stash. The prototype was made using a sport weight yarn but you can make yours using either a sport weight, DK or worsted weight. Below are photos by Loretta and Rebecca who tested this pattern.
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- Yarn Hobbii Dahlia Mixo, Fingering weight, #2 (100% Cotton, 874 yards/ 800 m per 7 oz/200g Ball) . As mentioned above, you can use any weight yarn and an appropriate sized hook for this pattern!
- 680 yards of fingering weight yarn
- US size G (4 mm) Crochet Hook
- For Sport weight yarn = 18 sts over 12 rows = 4”/10 cm Square made in dc, before blocking.
- Adjust hook size if necessary, to obtain gauge.
- Note that gauge is not important for this project.
1. Read through the pattern before starting.
2. Any yarn weights can be substituted
3. Chains at the beginning of the rows do not count as a stitch, unless stated.
Ch 7 (counts as dc + ch 4 sp),
Ch 10 (counts as dc + ch 7 sp)
Difficulty Level – Intermediate
Terms – US Terminology
Chain(s) – ch(s)
Slip stitch – sl st
Half Double Crochet – hdc
Double Crochet – dc
Treble – Tr
Repeat – rep
This is an easy pattern. You will work this one in one piece. Want to adjust the length of this lacy scarf? No problem! Simply continue the repeats until you have your desired length.
The Phlox Scarf Pattern
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Row 1: Dc in 5th ch from hook and in next 6 chs, *ch 4, tr in next ch, skip next 5 chs, tr in next ch, ch 4, dc in next 7 chs, rep from *to last ch, dc in last ch, turn. 8 tr, 8 ch 4- sp, 37 dc
Row 2: Ch 3 (do not count as a stitch here and throughout the pattern), dc in first 8 sts, *ch 7, skip (ch 4, 2 tr’s and next ch 4 sp), dc in next 7 sts, rep from *to 8 sts, dc in the last 8 sts, turn. 4 ch 7- sp, 37 dc
Row 3: Ch 3, dc in first 8 sts, *ch 4, skip first ch 3 sp, sc in (st between the 2 tr from 2 rows below), skip next ch sp, ch 4, dc in next 7 sts, rep from * to 8 sts, dc in the last 8 sts, turn. 8 ch-4 sp, 4 sc, 37 dc
Row 4: Ch 3, dc in first 8 sts, * skip next ch 4 sp, tr in next st (sc), ch 5, tr in same st, skip next ch sp, dc in next 7 sts, rep from * to the last 8 sts, dc in the last 8 sts, turn. 4 ch 5- sp, 8 tr, 37 dc
Row 5: Ch 7 (counts as dc + ch 4 sp), tr in next st, skip next 5 sts, tr in next st, ch 4, *dc in next (st, in each of ch 5 from previous row and in next st), ch 4, tr in next st, skip next 5 sts, tr in next st, ch 4, rep from * to last st, dc in last st, turn. 10 tr, ch 4- sp, dc
Row 6: Ch 10 (counts as dc and ch 7), skip (ch 4, 2 tr, and ch 4 sp) *dc in next 7 sts, ch 7, rep from * to last st (3rd ch from ch 7 sp), dc in last st, turn. 5 ch 7- sp, 30 dc
Row 7: Ch 7, sc in st between the 2 tr from 2 rows below, ch 4, skip ch sp, *dc in next 7 sts, ch 4, sc into tr from 2 rows below, skip ch sp, ch 4, rep from * to the last st, (3rd ch from ch 10 sp), dc in the last st, turn. 10 ch 4- sp, 5 sc 30 dc
Row 8: Ch 3, dc in first st, *tr in sc (st between the 2 tr from 2 rows below), ch 5, tr in same st, dc in next 7 sts, rep from * to to last st, dc in last st, turn. 10 tr, 5 ch 5- sp, 30 dc
Row 9: Ch 3, dc in first 8 sts (dc in first 2 sts, 5 dc in ch 5 sp, dc in next st), *ch 4, tr in next st, skip next 5 sts, tr in next sts, ch 4, dc in next 7 sts (dc in next st, 5 dc in ch 5 sp, dc in next st), rep from *to last st, dc in last st, turn. 8 tr, 8 ch 4- sp, 37 dc
Rep Rows 2 – 9 until you have the desired length.
Section 2 – Edging
Round 1: Ch 1, hdc in each st around the 4 sides, ch 2 at each corner, aim for 2 hdc in each st/ch sp 3 sp, join with a sl st to the beginning ch.
Block your lacy scarf –
Here is a quick guide to help you with blocking your scarf – Blocking in Crochet – The easy methods – Fosbas Designs
THANK YOU SUSANNA!
Thank you Susanna for a gorgeous pattern!
If you make this sweet lacy scarf then please remember to tag Susanna in your posts if you share on social media! It is a great way of saying thank you for a free pattern!