Women’s Textured Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

Women’s Textured Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern
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The Paige Mod Scarf is a women’s textured scarf pattern that is just beautiful and so cosy to wear!

The shape of it means that it works up quickly and uses only 1 mandala cake! Together these mean that this pattern is a great stash buster and perfect if you are looking for something to make as gifts. The texture on it allows for some interest while crocheting this one so, even the most experienced crocheter will not be bored working this one up!

I would say that a confident beginner can give this one a go quite easily. If you are new to some of the stitches don’t worry! I have links to videos below to help you out!

 

Inspiration behind the design

The convertible mod scarf features steady increases and decreases to get the shape. The shape allows you to wear this as a hooded scarf, hooded cowl, super scarf, super cowl, or a shawlette. That’s why it’s called convertible!

Sorry kiddos, this scarf is for mommy!

 

Construction of the design

This gorgeous textured scarf pattern is written for both #3 weight (DK) and #4 weight (aran) yarn. So there are plenty of options for you when looking at yarns to use. This is great news if you would prefer to shop your stash!

The tapered edges of this one create less bulk if you prefer to tuck your scarves inside of your coats during the colder weather. This is perfect for ensuring that you are keeping your otherwise exposed neck warm without overheating.

As part of the Paige Collection, this pattern uses the Bean stitch (video here) and X stitch (video here).  I love these two together!  

Alternatively, scroll down for full pattern video tutorial!

The Yarn

For this pattern you can use just about any #3 or #4 weight yarn that you have! Go for a solid, self striping or use part skeins from your scrap bucket!

Word of warning – if using scrap bucket yarn, make sure you use the same yarn weight throughout!

For my versions I used 1 mandala cake (blue and cream version), just a smidge over 1 Caron cake for the lighter blue and multi-coloured versions, and around 120 grams of Women’s Institute Aran Tween from Hobby Craft for the solid blue version.

Next up is most definitely a scrap bucket version for me!

Get the PDF pattern!

You can find the ad-free PDF Pattern for this one in all of my shops:

 

**Please note, if you are here for the WRAPS COWLS AND SCARVES EVENT you CANNOT use these buttons – you must use the special event button further down the page! The free PDF Pattern is NOT available via my shops!**

Here are some yarns that would work perfectly with this textured scarf pattern!!

You can get them by clicking the images below! (Note: each link is an affiliate link, with which I will get a small commission at no extra cost to you.)

 

 

 

Paintbox Yarns
Starlette Sparkle Yarn from Mary Maxim
Stylecraft Special DK

City Tweed from WeCrochet
Shine Worsted at WeCrochet
 

The pattern specifics:

Materials:

590 yards of #3 weight (dk) yarn or 400 yards of #4 weight (aran) yarn
4.00 mm hook if using #3 weight yarn 5.5mm hook if using #4 weight yarn.
Stitch markers (optional)
Scissors
Tapestry needle

Gauge:

Gauge isn’t really important for this pattern but if using #3 weight yarn 19 dc’s and 8 rows in 4″

Sizing:

Completed scarf measures approximately 80” long without tassels and about 14” wide at the widest section. This is an adult sized scarf.

Abbreviations used:

Ch(s) – chain(s)
St(s) – Stitch(es)
Rep – Repeat
XS—X stitch
BS—Bean Stitch
Tc—turning chain
Ss – slip stitch
Sk – skip
FO—fasten off
DC—Double Crochet
Dc2tog—double crochet two together

 

Other notes:

– Written in US terms. 
·      Ch2 does count as a stitch
·      Pay attention to stitch placement and read the instructions fully
·      Numbers in parenthesis indicate # of stitches for the row

Video Tutorials for this pattern:

I have full video tutorials on how to create this pattern! And I have right and left handed versions!

The Pattern:

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WORSTED WEIGHT AND 5.5MM HOOK:

Row 1–     Ch3, dc in 3rd ch from hook (2) 

Row 2–     Ch 2, turn, dc in same, 2dc in next (4) 

Row 3–      Ch2, turn, XS, dc in tc. (1 XS) 

Row 4–      Ch2, turn, BS, sk1 st, dc in tc. (1 BS) 

Row 5–      Ch2, turn, 2dc in next st, dc to last 2 sts, 2dc in next, dc in tc. (6) 

Row 6–      Ch2, turn, rep row 3 (2 XS) 

Row 7–      Ch2, turn, rep row 4 (2 BS) 

Row 8–      Ch2, turn, rep row 5 (8) 

**Repeat rows 3, 4, and 5 until you have 70 rows. Starting with row 71, start decreasing as instructed below** Row 71: Ch2, turn, dc2tog in next 2 sts, dc to last 3 sts, dc2tog next 2 sts, dc in tc. (40)

Row 72–    Ch2, turn, rep row 3. (19) 

Row 73–    Ch2, turn, rep row 4 (19)

Row 74–    Ch2, turn, rep row 71 (38) 

Rows 75-147– Ch2, turn, rep rows 3, 4, and 71 until you have 4 dc’s left, dc2tog over the next 2 sts  (2dc left). Fasten off.

DK/LIGHT WEIGHT YARN AND 4MM HOOK:

Row 1–      With G-4mm hook ch 3, dc in 3 rd ch (2) 

Row 2–      Ch 2, turn, dc in same, 2dc in next (4) 

Row 3–      Ch2, turn, XS, dc in tc. (1 XS) 

Row 4–      Ch2, turn, BS, sk1 st, dc in tc. (1 BS) 

Row 5–      Ch2, turn, 2dc in next st, dc to last 2 sts, 2dc in next, dc in tc. (6) 

Row 6–      Ch2, turn, rep row 3 (2 XS) 

Row 7–      Ch2, turn, rep row 4 (2 BS) 

Row 8–      Ch2, turn, rep row 5 (8) 

**Repeat rows 3, 4, and 5 until you have 88 rows. Starting with row 89, start decreasing as instructed below** 

Row 90–    Ch2, turn, rep row 3. (19)

Row 91–    Ch2, turn, rep row 4 (19)

Row 92–    Ch2, turn, rep row 89 (38) 

Rows 93-172–   Ch2, turn, rep rows 3, 4, and 89 until you have 4 dc’s left, dc2tog (2dc left). Fasten off.

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