Lucy Scarf – A Must-Have Crochet Accessory

This beautiful crochet scarf is by far the smallest I’ve designed so far. Or should I say, it could be the smallest? Because this crochet scarf can be as BIG and as small as you like. Just follow the instructions in the pattern.

Moss stitch

As we were entering Spring I felt I needed a smaller crochet scarf. Not too warm, but still a hip accessory and something to complement my outfit.

I already started a moss stitch scarf design twice, but they got too wide to my liking so I knew I had to revisit those in- and decreases. And so I did. I figured out a unique way to make the increases so that the scarf would stay rather narrow. This narrower design is perfect for a smaller scarf.

The scarf is worked tip to tip in rows in an asymmetrical way (The way I like it). The first part you’ll increase and the second part you’ll decrease. After you’ve finished the rows, you’ll crochet twice around the piece.

The pattern is suitable for the advanced beginners and intermediate crocheters. The most important stitches are the single crochet and chain. I’ve made a photo tutorial to make it even easier. Mind you, the moss stitch, in all its simplicity, can be rather tricky. Pay attention to where you make your stitches and use stitch marker

Fluffy yarn

I’ve made two scarves using Drops Sky, which is a Dk yarn, in Curry and Light beige and one using Hobbii Fluffy Day, a worsted weight yarn, in Rust. I think the fluffiness of both yarns really adds to the design. I used a 4.5 mm hook for all versions.

Measurements finished scarf:
Curry: approximately 100 x 21 cm
Light beige approximately 110 x 24 cm
Rust: approximately 106 x 25.5 cm

At the moment I’m making one using Borgo de pazzi Giza. This is a 100% cotton yarn and it also has a wonderful fluffiness. This is going to be the XXL version!

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