Northern Nights Scarf… New Free Crochet Pattern!!

Northern Nights Scarf… New Free Crochet Pattern!!

Twinkling like the stars in the Northern Skies….  This Beautiful Crochet Scarf is an easy Free Pattern to whip up in one weekend!!!  Just in time for your Holiday Parties… This Northern Nights Scarf will make your special outfit shine!!!

Northern Nights Scarf

Northern Nights Scarf

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This one of a kind Crochet Scarf measures 10″ x 75″ blocked

Materials:

Yarn ~ 404 Yards Fancy Worsted Weight Yarn (Pictured above in Red Heart Swanky in Sterling, 2 Balls)

Hook ~ I

Scissors and Yarn Needle

Stitches:

St ~ Stitch      Ch ~ Chain     Sc ~ Single Crochet     Dc ~ Double Crochet

Special Stitches:

V Stitch ~ Dc, Ch 1, Dc all in the same stitch

Bobble Stitch ~ YO, Draw up a loop 3 times all in the same stitch, YO and pull yarn through all 7 loops on hook.

 

Northern Nights Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Instructions:

Chain 216

Row 1:  Sc in 2nd Ch from hook and each across. = 215 Sc

Row 2:  Ch 3 (Counts as Dc now and through out), Turn, Skip 1 St, V St in next St, * Skip 2 Sts, V St in next St*, Repeat * * across to last 2 Sts, Skip 1 St, Dc in last St. = 71 V Sts and 2 Dc

Row 3:  Ch 3 Turn, V St in the center of each V St from the previous row, Dc in last St. = 71 V St and 2 Dc

Row 4:  Repeat Row 3

Row 5:  Ch 1, Turn, Sc in the 1st 2 Sts, *Bobble St in center of V St from previous row, Sc in next 2 Sts*, Repeat * * across to end. = 71 Bobble Sts and 144 Sc.

Row 6:  Ch 3, Turn, Skip next St, *V St in next St(top of Bobble St), Skip 2 Sts*, Repeat * * Across. = 71 V Sts, 2 Dc Sts

Rows 7-8: Repeat Row 3

Row 9: Repeat Row 5

Row 10:  Repeat Row 6

Row 11-12:  Repeat Row 3

Row 13:  Repeat Row 5

Row 14: Repeat Row 6

Row 15-16:  Repeat Row 3

Row 17:  Repeat Row 5

Row 18:  Repeat Row 6

Row 19-20:  Repeat Row 3

Row 21:  Ch 1, Turn, Sc in each St across. = 215 Sc

Finish off, Weave ends in.

Block Scarf using either the Wet Blocking Method or Steam Blocking Method.

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Congratulations… You are now ready to enjoy your Northern Nights Scarf!!

Northern Nights Scarf 2

**Tip ~  You can continue in the pattern stitching repeating Row 3 twice, Row 5 and Row 6 to make this Northern Nights Scarf wider and into a Shawl!!!!

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Comments

  1. Anna Corcoran O Callaghan :

    Wow it’s beautiful,, well done, i can’t wait to make it, Thank you for all the wonderful patterns, & the hard work you do,,, 🙂

  2. This scarf is just stunning. Perfect for Spring!

  3. Beautiful scarf! Thank you for sharing.

  4. I featured this in my first Daily Dose of EyeLoveKnots Finds for December 7th. Thank you for the opportunity to share!
    http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2014/12/daily-dose-of-eyeloveknots-finds.html

  5. So beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

  6. What you are describing as a “Bobble” stitch is what I know as a “Puff” stitch. A Bobble stitch is 5 DC in one stitch with ultimately 6 loops at the end. You are describing simply a YO and pull up a loop with a total of 7 loops at the end. That’s what I know as a Puff stitch. I just wanted to clarify if it is Puff or Bobble (with Bobble meaning 5 DC tog in same stitch). Thanks!

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs :

      Bobble and puff stitches can be used pretty loosely… Usually the bobble you yo and pull up any designated amount of loops then pull the yarn through all the loops to finish,,, Puff stitch you yo and pull through 2 loops and repeat that any designated amount of times then draw through the last 2 loops to finish… But each designer uses them differently… so if you just follow the written directions in this particular pattern for the special stitch… you will do it correctly.

  7. La June Farnsworth :

    I have some wool blend thick thin yarn that this pattern may be perfect for. Thank you for posting this free pattern!

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