Free Scarf Crochet Pattern
Do you love those patterns that can be used for anyone? Male or Female, young or not-as-young?! When I sat down to design the Fairbrook Scarf, I knew I wanted it to be classic, and unisex, where the colour choice could really make an impact. Best off all, this free scarf crochet pattern works up quick too!
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A Scarf For Everyone
One of my favorite thing about the Fairbrook Scarf is the classic cabled-look is always a win.
I’ve designed the scarf to a bit wider than your average scarf as well for a bit of added warmth and snuggled up feel.
The Fairbrook Scarf is great for a gift too! It’s easy to adjust the length to get the perfect size for anyone on your list. Choose a solid colour for a sophisticated look or vibrant, fun colours for a youthful look.
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The Tester Pictures
My testers again did amazing with the testing! Some of the yarns they used are: Red Heart Unforgettable, I Love This Wool, Red Heart Soft, and Phentex Merit.
24 Days Of Quickies With Marly Bird And Friends 2020
Fairbrook Scarf Pattern
- Approx. 360 yards of #4 worsted weight yarn I used Bernat Premium in Evergreen. Other recommendations: *Bernat Super Saver and *Knit Picks Brava Worsted
- J/10 – 6.0 mm crochet hook. I used *Furls Odyssey
- *Yarn needle
- *Tape measure
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13 sts x 12 rows = 4″ Pattern for gauge: same as pattern
Laid flat with no stretch: 10″ x 50″ See notes on adjusting size. Length can be adjusted to your preference.
- ch – Chain
- hdc – Half Double Crochet
- FPdc – Front Post Double Crochet
- st(s) – Stitch(es)
- US Terminology
- All beginning ch1 do not count as a stitch
- Scarf is worked in rows width-wise
- To adjust width, use beginning chain count of 3 + 1, to adjust length continue row repeats until desired length
- *-* denotes repeat sequence
Front Post Double Crochet (FPdc): Yarn over, insert hook into hole next to the post of the next stitch, on the “hook side”, bring the hook back to the front of the fabric from behind the post, to the hole farther from the hook, yarn over and draw up a loop, bringing it through both sides of the fabric, yarn over, and draw through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, and draw through remaining 2 loops on hook.
Free Scarf Crochet Pattern
Row 1: Hdc in the second ch from the hook, and each ch across, ch1, turn (27).
Row 2: Hdc in each st across, ch1, turn (27).
Row 3: Hdc in the same st as the ch1, hdc in next 2 sts, *FPdc around hdc below from row 1 (skipping over row 2), hdc in next 3 sts*, repeat across, ch1, turn (27).
Row 4: Hdc in each st across, ch1, turn (27).
Row 5: Hdc in the same st as the ch1, hdc in next 2 sts, *FPdc around the stem of the FPdc in the previous row, skip st behind the FPdc, hdc in the next 3 sts*, repeat across, ch1, turn. (27).
Row 6 – 122 : Repeat rows 4 & 5 until desired length for scarf.
Sample scarf used 1 full skein of Bernat Premium, 360 yds, for 122 rows and 50″ length.
Once you’ve completed the final row, tie off, leaving long tail to weave in.
There you have it! Your very own Fairbrook Scarf!
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Thank you for participating in Marly’s 24 days of quickies. Love the pattern.
Thank you so much for the pattern!! love the color and the stich!!
Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern!
Thanks for this scarf pattern. Lovely.
Check the pattern name on Ravelry. It is misspelled as Faribrook Scarf. I notice that the url also has the same incorrect spelling.
Ahh! Thank you! All fixed!
Thank you for sharing the beautiful patter.
Thank you for the free pattern with 24 days of quickies!
This scarf is beautiful ! Thank you !!!
Thank you so much for the pattern. I look forward to making it.
This scarf is beautiful. Thank you for sharing it.
Thank you for sharing your pattern, it’s beautiful❣ I look forward to making it.
Thank you for the pattern