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Peephole Chevron Scarf: Free Crochet Pattern

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Sometimes we just need a warm hug in the shape of a chevron scarf. 😉 This super long, super chic scarf is so long that you can wrap around your neck multiple times… or fold in half for double thickness. Grab your crochet hook and yarn and crochet one with me today!

Peephole chevron scarf crochet pattern

Peephole Chevron Scarf

This super long chevron scarf pattern uses the peephole chevron stitch. This is a super easy, memorizable stitch pattern that, after a row or two, you can whip right out while watching a movie or listening to an audio book, etc.

I love this stitch because all you need to know is how to make the double crochet. The chevron portion of this pattern is a super easy repeat row to memorize, all you have to remember is to count to three! Three double crochets up, three double crochets down … easy peasy!

Great yarn choices for this super long chevron scarf include Brava Sport, Heatherly Sport, Twister from Hobbi, Premier Cotton Fair, or any other size 2 yarn. You could, of course, use skeins of any weight yarn and any corresponding hook size. Brava Worsted Weight yarn would make an excellent choice too.

This scarf is extremely long, so there’s no need for fringe. I wanted to be able to wrap it around my neck at least twice while still having length to let hang. If you don’t need yours to be soooo long, there are instructions for altering the length of scarf below.

Crochet chevron patterns tend to turn into favorite patterns because they tend to be fun patterns that are easily memorizable. I love that with this pattern there are no actual decreases at the bottom of the chevron point, just skipped stitches. Sweet!

Materials:

Size 2/Sport Weight yarn (specific suggestions above)
-approx. 1200 yards

Crochet hook in size 4.5mm

Gauge: 16 sts = 4″ wide

Finished Dimensions: approx. 15″ wide and 120″ long

Pattern Notes:

Pattern written using US terms.

The chain-2 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.

If you would like to change the length of this scarf (as it really is quite long) you’ll want to remove stitches in multiples of 10.

peephole chevron Scarf crochet pattern

Pattern:

Row 1: Ch-482, 2dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in next 3 sts, sk-2 chs, dc in next 4 sts. * ch-2, dc in next 4 sts. Sk-2 chs, dc in next 4 sts * repeat between * * to end. Dc in same as last st. (480)

Rows 2 – 31 : Ch-2, turn, 2dc in first st, dc in next 3 sts, sk-2 sts, dc in next 3 sts. * (dc, ch-2, dc) in ch-sp, dc in next 3 sts, sk-2 sts, dc in next 3 sts * repeat between * * across, 2dc in final st. (480)

Fasten off and use a tapestry needle to weave in all ends.

I hope you enjoyed crocheting this chevron scarf crochet pattern and that you love wearing it even more! Please share a photo with me by tagging @HeartHookHome on all social media and in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Community on Facebook.

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  1. Ashlea, Thank You so very much for all the work and efforts you put forth to bring us these patterns and PDF'S you posted for us this year! Especially for this last one, I Love It I have to be honest and say I missed some of the PDF's because of crocheting, baking, candy making and such, but it's very nice they'll always be on your blog!! I find the older I get and the more grands born, the harder it is to keep up!LOL❤ Last November ('21) our oldest grandson Blessed us with our first great-grand and then Dec. 8 (this yr) they Blessed us again with #2 great-grand! At least their both the same sex, so helps with clothing. But Grammy must learn to crochet faster!! Any tips out there?? ‍♀️ But again, Ashlea, I so appreciate all you do for us! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY, HEALTHY 2023 TO YOU AND YOURS❤
  2. Thank you very, very much, Ashlea! This is so pretty, and I love that it's in a lighter weight yarn. Wishing you and your family all the joy you give to others, and then some! Merry and Blessed Christmas, and Happy New Year!
  3. Thank you for this beautifully designed scarf, and for all of your generous PDFs you have shared with us this week. I love following your blog, and your designs are gorgeous. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy New Year.