Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Free Crochet Pattern... Arugula Scarf


The Arugula Scarf is a luxurious light weight scarf that can be worn any time of year, either as an accessory scarf or when you need just a little something extra.


Crocheted in your favorite sock yarn with a slightly bigger hook, the result is a beautiful scarf full of lacy ruffles that evoke fresh leafy greens.




Arugula Scarf
By Jennifer Dickerson




Materials:

  • H (5.0 mm) Crochet Hook
  • 1/2 Skein Dream In Color Smooshy ("Spring Tickle" colorway
  • Tapestry Needle (for weaving in ends)

Sizing as shown: 

  • Width: 2.5 inches
  • Length: 75 inches



Instructions:


Ch 200 for the scarf as shown.  If a different length is desired, simply chain to the length desired, plus 4.

Foundation Row: In the 4th chain from the hook, dc, then work one dc in each ch to the end of the row.
Row 1: Turn, ch 3 and work 1 dc in the first stitch and in each stitch to the end of row.
Repeat this row two more times.
Ruffle Row: Turn, ch 3 and work 3 dc into the first st.  Work 3 dc in each st across the entire row.



Finishing:

Weave in all ends.  Block if needed.



Here is a video you can watch to crochet the Arugula Scarf stitch by stitch:


© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
Please note: Patterns are for personal and charity use only.
If you enjoy the pattern, please link to it, but do not copy the pattern to your own website or blog.


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38 comments:

  1. It certainly is pretty! Thanks for the directions!

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  2. Wow, thanks for this pattern. I need something to make me think that spring might actually show up sometime this year. I am going to try it right away.

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    1. I'm still waiting for spring too...thought this might help!

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  3. Arugula! I love it and now I have a name for the scarves I knitted for everyone for Christmas - your pattern and mine are so similar! Of course mine were in winter colors, so now I will have to make more in spring colors :)

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    1. Loving those spring colors right now too!

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  4. This is gorgeous. I can't wait to try my hand at this pattern. Thank you so much for you clear and concise patterns. I have recreated a couple of them for myself and they are always so easy to understand and follow. Much appreciated.

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    1. Thank you for your super nice comment! Definitely let me know how yours turns out! Happy crocheting! :)

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  5. This is a gorgeous scarf! Thank you so much for sharing! I can't wait to start making myself one!

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  6. I love your patterns! Thanks for posting them for free. My question is: do you allow items made from your patterns to be sold for profit with credit going to you for pattern?

    Melanie Jenkins

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  7. Gorgeous! I want to give this a try sometime.

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  8. Loved this pattern from the moment I saw it on your site! I made one this past weekend (Fri night and finished on Sat) to wear to Easter Sunday church! I had a skein of Lion Brand cotton/bamboo #3 (light) in a springy pinkish/rose, and it worked perfectly with the pattern. I wore it with the length doubled and put the ends through the loop, which made a double ruffle around my neck and the 2 ends spiraled down the front.

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  9. I absolutely love your patterns. However, they have to be the most difficult to download. I like having a picture with my pattern, but I have to paste yours to a word site and then print. Suggestions?

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  10. Love your patterns! Still wondering if you allow items made from your patterns to be sold at craft sales and such? Please let me know. Thanks!

    Melanie Jenkins

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  11. I made your scarf this past weekend and it turned out great! Thank you so much for the pattern. I made a blog post about it, with a link back to you. Have a good week!
    Lynne

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    1. Thanks Lynne, your scarf and photos are lovely...I'm your latest bloggy follower too! :)

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  12. This is a beautiful, versatile scarf! Can't wait to find my yarn (just moved) and give it a try!
    Thanks for the pattern!
    Cathy

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  13. I love all of your patterns! They are beautiful and easy to crochet. A wonderful combination :-)

    Trish

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment, I really appreciate it!

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  14. Wonderful pattern! Can't wait to make it! Thanks for posting.

    ~ Shea

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    1. Thanks Shea, and you're so welcome too!

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  15. Beautiful pattern! Could it be made with a #2 Fine yarn?

    Thanks, Diane

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    1. Finer yarn works really well with this pattern, to be sure though, try making a little swatch before beginning just to be sure it will look how you want it to look. Happy crocheting!

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  16. I used fine yarn and it's adorable!! Thank you!!!!

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  17. Hi Jennifer, this is the second scarf I have made from your site, and I can say that I really loved it. Thanks again for another great pattern, and pretty scarf. As always, I will come back and try another one of your patterns!

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  18. Thank you for this pattern I used Angel Hair yarn for this and it came out so pretty.
    Will be giving this as a gift for my mother.
    Thank you again

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    1. That sounds lovely, and a wonderful gift too!

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  19. I am wondering if I added some more rows to make the scarf wider, and added more chains to add length, and THEN did the ruffle in a way that would make the scarf twist on both ends, from about the clavical down, using xtra stitches worked in each stitch of the previous row thereby creating a loose curlicue effect? I would use more than one color too, for interest as it gently twists. Do you think it would work? Excited here!

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  20. I love this pattern though I managed to do it wrong the first time! I have mentioned you in a blog post http://www.lipstickandlace.co.uk/2014/01/slightly-addicted-to-scarves.html

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  21. Just finished making this scarf using Red Heart Super Saver in Buff. Love it! So proud of myself! Made it in just 2 nights. Plan to make more. Love this pattern. Thank you so much for the free pattern. So easy to make.

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  22. I just made this with Red Heart Super Saver in Macaw. It is beautiful! Can't wait to make more as gifts! Thanks for the free pattern!

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  24. Hello Jennifer, I made two of this piece in different colors. I posted in my face book page and wrote ready for sale and taking more orders. my sister-in law ordered 3 for her and for my neices ( of course I won't be charging her and she knew that ).then my friend wants one. this piece will be a hit. I want to inform about this since that half of my sale will go towards our Church Building Fund ( as we still needs money to complete the constructions.I posted your name and your website as the designer. thank you for the free pattern.

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