Spring Vibes Skinny Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

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The Spring Vibes Skinny Scarf is an airy and light weight design using fingering weight yarn. Made using chain stitches and double crochet stitches, this project is a great introduction to working with thinner yarn. Learn more about this free pattern below…


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After wearing cozy and heavy scarves all winter long, I was very much looking forward to some lightweight projects. When I was browsing the WeCrochet website, I found the Tonal Mini
Skeins Pack. It was 5 skeins of fingering weight yarn in pre-selected shades and seemed like a great opportunity to try some new yarn. I enjoy the challenge of creating projects with a limited amount of yarn so this was an easy buy for me. I chose the “Spring Fields” colourway because it was the shades were so refreshing and definitely spring inspired.

My testers made some very beautiful versions of this scarf and the most lovely shades. You can see their projects at the end of the pattern. A very special thank you to them for sharing their time and talents with me!

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Notes:
– This pattern is written in US terms
– Gauge is 2×2 inches: 5 rows of DC, each containing 10 DC stitches.
– Finished size measures approximately 80 inches long and 5 inches wide
– Turning CH 2 does not count as a stitch
– Please use your preferred method of changing yarn colours, ensuring that your stitch counts remain the same
– Yarn colours B and D will use a little less yarn than the other sections. Due to the CH 1 stitches, these two sections might also want to pull in more tightly resulting in uneven segments. It’s important to keep a slightly looser tension when making the CH 1 stitches. You might find a quick blocking is needed after completing your scarf
– Special stitch tutorials are not required for this pattern
– For rows 75 and 149, you will be stitching into the CH 1 stitch, not the CH 1 space. A helpful photo is included within the pattern
– Please read through the pattern before starting your project to note when it’s time to fasten off and change colours

Materials Needed:
–  Approximately 418-419 yards total of fingering weight yarn. I used one Stroll Tonal Mini Pack from WeCrochet in the “Spring Fields” colourway. Each colour block will be referred to as “Colour A”, “Colour B”, “Colour C”, “Colour D” and “Colour E”. Each mini skein in this pack contains approximately 92 yards of yarn. Check out my review of the Stroll Tonal Mini Pack here
– 4mm hook (I used my Furls Streamline Teak)
– Yarn needle
– Scissors
– Measuring tape

Stitches:
SK – Skip next stitch
CH – Chain
DC – Double Crochet

Pattern:
With yarn colour A:
CH 24 and begin row one in the second CH from your hook.

Rows 1-37:
Into the first stitch and each stitch across the row, place 1 DC. CH 2 and turn. [After completing row 37, do not CH 2 and turn. Instead, please fasten off]

(23 DC stitches)

Rows 38-74: (Begin row 38 by attaching yarn colour B into the first stitch and CH 2):

Start your row in the same stitch as your CH 2. Into each of the first 8 stitches, place 1 DC. CH 1, SK the next stitch. 1 DC into the next stitch, CH 1 and SK the next stitch. 1 DC into the next stitch, CH 1 and SK the next stitch. 1 DC into the next stitch, CH 1 and SK the next stitch. 1 DC into each of the next 8 stitches. CH 2 and turn. [After completing row 74, do not CH 2 and turn. Instead, please fasten off]

(19 DC stitches, 4 CH 1 stitches = 23 stitches)

Rows 75-111: (Begin row 75 by attaching yarn colour C into the first stitch and CH 2):

Repeat rows 1-37

Rows 112-148: (Begin row 112 by attaching yarn colour D into the first stitch and CH 2):

Repeat rows 38-74

149-185: (Begin row 149 by attaching yarn colour E into the first stitch and CH 2):

Repeat rows 1-37

After completing row 185, fasten off and weave in all ends. Your Spring Vibes Skinny Scarf is complete! You’ll definitely enjoy wearing this light weight scarf with its bold blocks of colour. Perfect for early spring when the morning walks are still chilly but the warmer weather is on the way.

For more fun and creative designs, be sure to check out the Free Pattern section of my blog. Ad free, printer friendly versions can be found in my Etsy and Ravelry shops. Happy Crocheting!

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