Monday, July 23, 2012

Free Crochet Pattern...Blueberry Pie Scarf!



The Blueberry Pie scarf is an easy and quick to crochet project that gives a nod to a fabulous summery dessert.  The color evokes rich purpley-blue pie filling, while the design is similar to a classic lattice pie top.  Perfect project for beginners and seasoned crocheters alike!

Blueberry Pie Scarf
By Jennifer Dickerson



Sizing:

  • Width: 4.5 inches
  • Length: as long as you want...the scarf pictured here is 60 inches long

Materials:

  • K Crochet Hook (6.5 mm)
  • 1-2 Skeins of Lion Brand "Tweed Stripes" yarn in the Orchid colorway (or similar weight yarn) Note: the scarf shown is 60 inches long and used exactly one skein of the yarn.  If you desire a longer scarf, use more than one skein.
  • Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.


Instructions:

Ch 16

Row 1: dc in 4th ch from hook, ch1, 1 dc in next ch, *skip 1 ch, 1 dc in next ch, ch 1, 1 dc in next ch, rpt from * to last two chains, skip next ch, 1 dc in last ch, turn.

Row 2: ch 3, skip first dc, *1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in ch 1 space, skip 2 dc, rpt from * skip last dc, 1 dc in 3 ch (turning chain). Turn.

Repeat row 2 until desired length.


Here's a video to show you how to crochet the scarf stitch by stitch:


© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
Please note: Patterns are for personal and charity use only.  In addition, if you enjoy the pattern, please link to it, but do not copy the pattern to your own website or blog (including other languages).  Thank you!



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30 comments:

  1. Such a pretty scarf and the color is beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing your pattern.

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    1. You are so welcome! Happy to share...happy crocheting to you!

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    2. This is a really pretty scarf and I am currently making one. However, I would like to make one by chaining on around 24 to make it a little wider but I am not good at enlarging a pattern....... do you know how many I would need to chain on to get it to work out.......

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  2. Gorgeous scarf! However, I am confused on row 2, I can't make sense of how it relates to row 1.

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    1. Hi Amber!

      Row 1 is the "foundation row" if you will, and row 2 is repeated until you achieve the length you desire...hope that answers your question!

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  3. PERFECT NAME! I can almost smell the warm blueberry pie! If I go and buy a pie and break my diet it may be due to recreating your beautiful pattern! LOL Thank you!

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    1. Hilarious! You are making me hungry now! :)

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  4. Thanks for sharing! I did this in two nights and sewed together for an infinity scarf. With one skien, mine was skinny and very long (don't know if that means I am crocheting too tight or loose...I haven't been crocheting for a few years). Either way, when I sewed it together it looked awesome!

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  5. This is a very lovely scarf, thank you for sharing.

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  6. How do I print this pattern?

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    1. An easy way to print is to highlight needed text, select "copy" with your right mouse button, paste it to a Word document, and print.

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  7. I'm having troubles with getting row 2 correctly. I'm only ending up with 3 sets of dc's per row, but your pic shows 4 sets of dc's per row.I've tried using both the first and second ch1 space with no luck when starting row 2. My first scarf came out a little too skinny with just the 3 sets of dc's (4" wide), so trying to figure out how to make it correctly for the second scarf.

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  8. Thanks for your patterns! Just getting back into crocheting, and your patterns and beautiful and easy to follow!

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  9. I started this scarf for a great niece of mine and had to add one chain to the foundation row. Every time I started the foundation row 1, and I tried 10 times, I kept coming up short a chain on the end so I added one and started with 16 and the foundation row 1 came out perfect. This is a beautiful scarf in the color it is shown in but my great niece wanted shocking pink and so far it is beautiful. Thanks for the pattern.

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    1. Glad to hear that...the pink sounds lovely...one of my favorite colors!

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  10. Great pattern! Thank you for sharing! Do you have any suggestions if I want to make it wider? how many chains do I have to add? Thank you!!!

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  11. Can you give me the total number of stitches at the end of a row? That seems to help me best.

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  12. Loved doing this. This is the first ever item I've crocheted that came out the same width all along the whole length! Finally I am figuring it out. My daughter is thrilled. I used a color more like raspberries that had a little orange in with it.

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  13. This is EXACTLY what I've been looking for! Thanks!

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  14. This pattern is wonderful. I have been looking for one that I am able to make nice looking scarves, yet easy to follow. Thank you!!!

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  15. YAY ME! (and you!) This is my first ever crochet project and it looks great! I've tried and tried to learn to crochet but always got so frustrated, I'd quit. It helps so much to have the video that you can stop wherever you need to and replay certain parts over and over. So glad I found this tutorial! Thank you!

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  16. Great pattern, turns out great! I used the same yarn except in lime green, orange, brown tweed. Would like to find the purple tweed too, great, soft yarn.

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  18. Watch the video. It works. Written pattern isn't exactly like the video. Makes a nice quick scarf.

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  19. I am new to crochet and taught myself. I absolutely adore this scarf and am making my 5th one now LOL. Everyone loves them!

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