Seattle Scarf: Free Crochet Pattern
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The Seattle Scarf crochet pattern is a new, open, airy, and lightweight scarf that is perfect to ward off a slight chill in the evenings, or to snazz up your favorite outfit. Make one with me using this new, easy Tunisian scarf crochet pattern!
When you need just a little something to throw around your shoulders… just to take the tiniest bit of chill out of the air as you sit around the firepit on a lovely evening with family or friends, the Seattle Scarf is the perfect answer. This scarf is thin and lightweight, and long enough to wrap several times around if you choose to do so!
For this Tunisian scarf pattern we are using a variation of the Tunisian Mesh stitch. I have a complete tutorial – including video – for this stitch as well. Head on over and learn this technique before you get started. Once you get the rhythm down it works up so remarkably fast!
I also love that you only need one “fancy” yarn shop hank (or approximately 360 – 430 yards of any fingering weight yarn).
You know when you go out of town and visit a small business yarn shop, and want to buy yarn and crochet something that will always remind you of that trip? This scarf pattern is the answer! I LOVE THAT! I also love that you only need one hank.
It’s always so hard to decide how many hanks to buy, and which colors etc. This easy-to-memorize project using one hank of yarn is small enough to crochet in the car or on an airplane – and chances are you’ll finish on the way home! Ha!
Because we use one hank/skein and the nature of this pattern, you can literally make the scarf as short or as long as you like. I went until I ran out of yarn – which was about 360 yards. My scarf is a whopping EIGHT FEET long! (After blocking, of course.)
If you select a hank that has more or less yardage, you’ll simply end up with a longer or shorter scarf! 👐
Fingering yarn (MJ Yarns in “Shield” pictured)
-approx. 360 yards (one hank/skein)
Tunisian Crochet Hook in size 6mm
-you may be able to get away with a regular crochet hook if the shaft is straight and long enough!
Pattern written in standard Tunisian crochet terms.
Try not to make the outside loops (on either side) too tight.
You will want to block your scarf when you’re finished.
TSS = Tunisian Simple Stitch
TESS2tog = Tunisian Extended Simple Stitch two together
Watch the full video tutorial for the Tunisian Mesh stitch here.
Seattle Scarf Pattern:
Row 1: Ch-26. TSS first row. (26 loops) Backward Pass: Ch-1, * YO pull through two * repeat between * * to end.
Rows 2 through 155 (or until you run out of yarn): * YO, TESS2tog * to end. YO pull up outside loop. Backward pass: Ch-1, YO pull through 3. * YO, pull through two loops * repeat between * * until only 4 loops remain. YO, pull through 3, YO pull through remaining two loops.
To fasten off: Sl st two together across. Sl st in final yarn over, sl st in outside loop. Weave in ends.
That’s it! Isn’t that fun and quick? I do hope you’ll share a photo with me by tagging @HeartHookHome across all social media. ♥
More quick Tunisian projects:
Puff Scarf: Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern
Spring Fling Knitling Scarf: Tunisian Crochet Pattern
Wisteria Wrap: Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern
Heavenly Hygge Hat Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern
Honeycomb Shawl: Free Tunisian Crochet Triangle Shawl Pattern