Skinny Summer Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

I love a good skinny summer scarf, which is really an all season piece. When you crochet a scarf from cotton it allows for a more breathable-warm weather friendly scarf. Bonus, this one is crochet mesh, which works up super fast.

Wrap it once for a stylish summer scarf or wrap it a couple times for those brisk fall mornings. Where I live the mornings and evening are cool almost year round and the afternoons can be blazing hot. I love a versatile scarf as a layering piece.



mesh scarf

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Materials:

186yd/170m (3.5oz/100g) of #4 medium worsted weight cotton, I used less than one ball Lion Brand’s 24/7 cotton in Jade*

5.5mm/I hook*

scissors, yarn needle*




Notes:

Finished size is 76″ x 4″

Stitch multiple is 3 +5 for the foundation row.

Gauge:

2″x 2″ + 7 dcs x 3.5 rows

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Stitches:

dc-double crochet

ch-chain

ss-slip stitch



mesh scarf

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Pattern:

Ch 275.

1.DC in 8th ch from your hook, *{ch 2, skip 2, dc in the next} repeat from * across, turn (91)

2. Ch 5, skip the next two chs, dc in the next, *{ch 2, skip 2, dc in the next} the last dc will go in the 3rd ch of beginning ch 5, turn (91)

3.-8.  Repeat row 2.

Finish off and block.

mesh scarf



Fringe:

If you would like more detail, I added a little tutorial at the end of the Veneto Scarf pattern on how to create fringe.

Cut 16 pieces of 6″ lengths of yarn.

Group them in 3.

Loop around the end stitch of each row.

Trim. I had some left over Lion Brand 24/7 in Camel (my favorite) so I added 1 camel to 2 jade fringe for mine.

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10 thoughts on “Skinny Summer Scarf Free Crochet Pattern”

    1. Hi Liz! Blocking is when you lay out your piece and smooth it into shape while wet. Sometimes you’ll need to pin it in place, but likely not on this one. To wet your piece you can either soak it in water or spray it. Then lay it out in position to dry. This works on natural fibers to relax the fibers and set the stitches. It will also lengthen your project or straighten it up. I hope that helps! For more details you can see a little tutorial I did at the end of my Ottobre Shawlette pattern https://christacodesign.com/2017/10/28/ottobre-shawlette-free-crochet-pattern/ on blocking my shawl.

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