The simple textured pattern of The Halcyon Pattern Collection has become my favorite stitches to crochet! I am obsessed and I can’t stop making it! I have already shared with you the patterns from this collection, The Halcyon Beanie and Cowl!
Today, I am going to share with you my newest design — The Halcyon Scarf! So, like the other two patterns from the collection, The Halcyon Scarf pattern is worked using single crochet and half double crochet slip stitch stitches. This two-row repeat scarf pattern is just fun to make! It is also a one cake/skein wonder project and absolutely works up pretty quickly!
For this project, I used the Caron Cakes in Faerie Cake (approximately 386 yards). You can definitely use any worsted weight (#4) yarn for this pattern. I haven’t tried it yet but I believe, any yarn weight will be great for this pattern. You can easily modify this scarf pattern by adjusting to the size you prefer. To make it shorter/longer, you can deduct/add some rows, and follow the increasing/decreasing pattern.
I am so excited so let’s get started!
THE HALCYON SCARF
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On November 20, 2020, THE HALCYON SCARF pattern is featured on the Winter Hygge Crochet Blog Hop over at Joy of Motion Crochet. You can snag the PDF pattern as a free download for 24 hours only! Click the image button below to head to Joy of Motion Crochet blog to get the coupon code and head back here and use the second button down below to head to Ravelry for the PDF download!
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner
- Worsted Weight (#4) Yarn | Caron Cakes in Faerie Cake, approximately 386 yards
- Crochet Hook Size I | 5.5 mm (or size to obtain gauge)
- Tape Measure
- Tapestry Needle
- 2 Stitch Markers
GAUGE: 14 sts x 17 rows = 4 inches (see pattern gauge)
GAUGE PATTERN (Unblocked)
- Row 1: Ch 15, SC in the back bump of 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across. Turn.
- Row 2: Ch 1, HSlst in each st across. Turn.
- Row 3: Ch 1, SC in each st across. Turn.
- Row 4 – 17: Rep Rows 2 and 3.
FINISHED MEASUREMENT: 60” Width x 15” Height (Blocked)
STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS | US Terminology
- Ch(s) – Chain(s)
- Rep – Repeat
- Sl St(s) – Slip Stitch(es)
- SC – Single Crochet
- SC2Tog – Single Crochet 2 Together (decrease)
- RS – Right Side
- WS – Wrong Side
- HSlst – Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch – Yarn over, insert hook into the next st, yarn over and pull through the stitch and the 2 loops on your hook.
- HSlst2tog – Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch 2 Together – Yarn over, insert hook into the 1st st, yarn over, insert hook into the next st, yarn over and pull through the stitch and the 3 loops on your hook.
- Read the pattern carefully before starting.
- flat, sideways.
- The beginning ch 1 and ch 2 DO NOT count as a stitch.
- Numbers in ( ) at end of row indicate the number of stitches in that row.
- I recommend using stitch markers to mark the beginning/end of the shawl. Remember to move stitch markers as you progress.
- If you’re not familiar with the Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch (Hslst) stitch, watch this video.
- If you’re struggling with Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch 2 Together for the decreases, you can replace it with Half Double Crochet 2 Together (HDC2Tog).
- This pattern can be easily modified by adjusting to the size you prefer. To make it shorter/longer, you can deduct/add some rows, and follow the increasing/decreasing pattern.
As part of the Winter Hygge Crochet Blog Hop I mentioned above, click the image below for the PDF download.
Row 1 (RS): Ch 2, SC in the 2nd ch from the hook. Turn. (1)
Row 2 (WS): Ch 2, HSlst in the 1st st. Turn. (1)
Row 3 (RS): Ch 1, 2 SC in the 1st st. Turn. (2)
Row 4 (WS): Ch 2, HSlst in each st across. Turn. (2)
Row 5 (RS): Ch 1, 2 SC in the 1st st, SC in the next st. (3)
Row 6 (WS): Ch 2, HSlst in each st across. Turn. (3)
Row 7 (RS): Ch 1, 2 SC in the 1st st, SC in each st across. Turn. (4)
Row 8 – 100: Rep Rows 6 and 7, ending with Row 6. (50)
Row 101 (RS): Ch 1, 2 SC in the 1st st, SC in each st until 2 st remaining, SC2tog. Turn. (50)
Row 102 (WS): Ch2, HSlst2tog, HSlst in each st across. Turn. (49)
Row 103 – 196: Rep Rows 101 and 102. (2)
Row 197 (RS): Ch 1, SC2tog.
Fasten off and weave in all ends.
Block your shawl and it’s all done!
Enjoy your new scarf!
Huge thank you to my testers for helping me make this pattern a better one. Let’s take a look at their amazing versions!
Now, I’d love to see yours! Please tag me @stringsandcuddles on Instagram so I can see and share your project.
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