Friday, March 21, 2014

Free Crochet Pattern...Honolulu Button Scarflette!

This fun scarflette is a great transitional piece for the new season.  Work one up in wool for chilly days and one in cool cotton when the sunshine is out!  An easy eyelet repeat is fun to stitch and doubles up as button holes for versatile wearing choices.  Three pretty buttons of your choice finish it off.

Honolulu Button Scarflette
By Jennifer Dickerson

Materials Needed:

  • 220 yards of yarn (Suggested yarns for this project include: Lion Brand Cotton-Ease, Spinrite Peaches 'N Creme, Cascade 220, Red Heart Super Saver, or any yarn of similar weight) If you are unsure of your particular yarn, try working up a swatch to give you a little "preview" of what it will look like.
  • H (5.0 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • 3 Buttons (If you like the fabric buttons shown, I made them using this photo/video tutorial)

  • 50 inches long
  • 5 inches wide
  • Button are 3/4 inch wide, but check yours first to make sure they can pass through the eyelet holes before sewing them to the scarflette.


Ch 25

Foundation row:  In the 5th ch from the hook, work a dc.  *(skip one ch, dc in next ch)  Repeat from * to last two chains.  Skip the second to last chain, and in the last ch, work a dc.

Row 1: Ch 2 and turn.  Work a (sc, ch 1) in the first space (ch 1 space from the previous row) and in each space to the end of the row.  Work a sc in the turning chain space.

Row 2: Ch 3 and turn.  Work a (dc, ch 1) in the first space (ch 1 space from the previous row) and in each space to the end of the row.  Work a dc in the turning chain space.

Repeat rows 1 & 2 until scarflette measures 50 inches long, or to desired length.  Note: if you work until you run out of yarn, be sure to reserve just a bit to sew the buttons on.

Finishing & Assembly:

Weave in all ends that remain.  Using matching yarn, sew buttons along bottom edge of one of the scarf edges.

To make easy fabric covered buttons like the ones shown, check out this photo/video tutorial.

Click below to watch how to make the Honolulu Button Scarflette stitch by stitch:

© Jennifer Dickerson 2014
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  1. Love it! Thanks for sharing xx

  2. What type of yarn did you use in the picture? I just love the color.

  3. Thanks for the pattern.
    I may be reading it wrong, but in te foundation row there seems to be missing the chain, you do after each DC (seen on the video).

    1. Hi there and thanks for your question! Just to make sure I understand, do you mean the chains we are working the stitches into or the chain we make in between each dc as we work the foundation row? Thanks! :)


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