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Easy Crochet Color Block Scarf Pattern: Iseo Scarf

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The Iseo is an easy crochet scarf pattern featuring Furls Wander Palette Pack yarn. This scarf design mixes blocks of color and simple stitches for a stunning and cozy scarf!

The blocks of color are arranged to be offset for a stylish scarf design. Furls have carefully curated these color combinations for beautiful results every time!

If you prefer to mix and match, the Iseo makes a great stash busting scarf project too. You can choose your colors and arrange them to your liking.

Woman smiling while wearing color block scarf in autumn colors.

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I love the color combination in the Autumn Palette Pack! The golds are just the right compliment to the pink and burgundy.

Crochet projects with many colors are gorgeous, but sometimes the challenging is making those perfect combinations.

I love that Furls Palette Packs have taken the work out of it for us. You still have to weave in your own ends though!

Autumn colored crochet scarf wrapped once around woman's neck.

The Yarn

If you haven’t tried Wander Yarn yet, it’s Furls premium acrylic yarn. It’s a silky smooth soft yarn and has a gorgeous sheen too.

Be sure to check out the different colorways. You can get Wander in single skeins or the Palette Packs, which include 5 skeins (with a discount).

This simple stitch pattern gives us an interesting texture and is worked with half double crochets. It’s a easy one row repeat, so you just have to pay attention to those color changes!

Crochet scarf of varying autumn colors in progress.

When designing this scarf pattern, I knew I wanted blocks of color. However, I was not too keen on the idea of sewing all those squares for the length of the scarf!

So I chose to change colors in the center, and carry the yarn up for each “square.” This allows us to have the look of squares without sewing!

Under the Notes section I link up all the color changing tutorials and tips for you!


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Materials

Wander Palette Pack* in AUTUMN which contains Dragonfruit, Thatch, Velvet, Snow, Ambrosia, (100g (3.5oz), 120 yds (109m)/skein) or 600 yd (545m) medium (4) weight yarn, divided into 5 colors.

5.5mm hook (US Size I-9), I love my Odyssey crochet hook*!

yarn needle

scissors

measuring tape

Pattern Notes

  1. Ch 2 counts as a stitch.
  2. For this pattern the first half of the stitches in a row are in one color, and the second half are in a different color. I have some color changing tutorials that might help here: Color Changes in the Middle, Change Color End of Row, Color Changing Tips.
  3. Each “block” of color is 10 rows. See more under Colors.
Crochet hook on scarf progress in white and pink.

Stitches/Abbreviations (US Terms)

ch(s) – chain(s)

fsc – foundation single crochet

hdc – half double crochet

sc – single crochet

sk – skip a stitch

sts – stitches

Woman in full length crochet scarf of gold, pink and burgundy blocks of color.

Finished Dimensions

8.5” wide x 72.25” long 

Gauge

4.25” x 4.25” = 16 sts x 10 rows in pattern

Skill Level

Easy

Colors

Color A  (pink) Dragonfruit

Color B (white) Snow

Color C (maroon) Velvet

Color D (light gold) Ambrosia

Color E (dark gold) Thatch

The color order is a 10 block repeat. They are always in this order (even if the colors are not right next to each other).

Color Order

  1. A (pink) Dragonfruit 
  2. B (white) Snow
  3. C (maroon) Velvet
  4. D (light gold) Ambrosia
  5. E (dark gold) Thatch
  6. A (pink) Dragonfruit
  7. B (white) Snow
  8. C (maroon) Velvet
  9. D (light gold) Ambrosia
  10. E (dark gold) Thatch

More Free Crochet Patterns

The Retta Cowl is an easy crochet infinity scarf in cotton yarn.

The Littorina is a rectangle shawl that is an easy crochet project.

The Mila color block shawl is worked sideways.

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Crochet scarf of varying autumn colors in progress.

Easy Crochet Color Block Scarf Pattern

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 3 hours
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $25

The Iseo is an easy crochet scarf pattern featuring Furl's Wander Palette. This scarf design mixes blocks of color and simple stitches for a stunning and cozy scarf!

Materials

  • Wander Palette Pack in AUTUMN which contains Dragonfruit, Thatch, Velvet, Snow, Ambrosia, (100g (3.5oz), 120 yds (109m)/skein) or 600 yd (545m) medium (4) weight yarn, divided into 5 colors.

Tools

  • 5.5mm US Size I-9 hook
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
  • measuring tape

Instructions

  1. Row 1. In Color A fsc 16, Pull through second color on last yarn over.change to Color B fsc 15, turn. (31 sts) If you are unfamiliar with foundation stitches then you can In Color A Ch 32, and sc in the 2nd ch from your hook and in the next 15 chs, change to Color B sc in last 15 chs, turn. (31 sts)
    Row 1 complete with half stitches in pink and half the stitches in white.
  2. Row 2. Ch 2 (counts here and throughout), hdc in same st, *(sk 1, 2 hdc in next st) rep from * (change colors after the 16th st) until last two sts, sk 1, hdc in the last st, turn. (31 sts)

    The scarf is a repeat of Row 2 throughout.

Row by Row Color Changes

  1. Row 1. (RS) Start with Color A & Change to B.
  2. Row 2. (WS) Continue in Color B & Change to A.
  3. Rows 3-10. Rep Rows 1-2.

  4. Row 11. Start with Color C & Change to D.
  5. Row 12. Continue in Color D & Change to C.
  6. Rows 13-20. Rep Rows 11-12.

  7. Row 21. Start with Color B & Change to E.
  8. Row 22. Continue in Color E & Change to Color B.
  9. Rows 23-30. Rep Rows 21-22.

  10. Row 31. Start with Color D & Change to A.
  11. Row 32. Continue in Color A & Change to Color D.
  12. Rows 33-40. Rep Rows 31-32.

  13. Rows 41. Start with Color E & Change to C.
  14. Row 42. Continue in Color C & Change to Color E.
  15. Rows 43-50. Rep Rows 41-42.
  16. Rows 51-100. Rep Rows 1-50.
  17. Rows 101-150. Rep Rows 1-50.
  18. Rows 151-170. Rep Rows 1-20.

    Color chart of 10 block repeat.
  19. To adjust the scarf length you can continue the repeat row to the desired length. I recommend stopping your last row after a set of Colors C and D, so they are the opposite of the starting color set of A and B.

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