Home » Hook » Crochet Patterns » Patterns by Stitch » Tunisian Crochet Patterns » Sophia Scarf with Sleeves: Free Crochet Pattern
| | | | | |

Sophia Scarf with Sleeves: Free Crochet Pattern

This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I may earn a small commission if you make a purchase. See our disclosure policy for more information.

Do you love the look of this scarf with sleeves attached? If so, grab your hook and let’s work up a Sophia Scarf with Sleeves using this free Tunisian crochet pattern.

sophia scarf with sleeves

Sophia Scarf with Sleeves

Sleeved scarves are all the rage right now. It’s crazy to me that my existing Give me a Hygge Scarf pattern from way back in 2018 has made a resurgence in popularity recently. I’ve learned a lot since, so I decided to give a fresh take and a new spin on an old favorite design.

This gorgeous scarf with sleeves pattern is like wearing a cozy hug. Wrap it around yourself one time and insert your arms, then adjust and settle around your shoulders. It can be worn slouchy or off one shoulder, or pull it up higher on your shoulder more for cozy vibe.

sophia scarf with sleeves free crochet pattern

Note that this is a Tunisian crochet pattern. While working on the Tunisian Basics Crochet-Along and Advanced Tunisian Crochet Workshop during the majority of 2023, I knew that I could make one of these gorgeous scarf with sleeves as a free pattern that incorporates almost ALL of the techniques we learned through the year.

If you are looking for a regular crochet version for this pattern you can check out the Give me a Hygge scarf pattern that I published several years ago… or stay tuned because I have an even better, NEW traditional crochet scarf with sleeves pattern that will be ready to share very soon!

There are tutorials listed below for everything you’ll need… Video tutorials for the stitches used, how to increase when needed, how to decrease when needed, and how to work this technique in the round for the cuffs. If you’re a confident beginner, I’m confident you can complete this! 🙌

The whole sleeved scarf when finished weighs less than 10 ounces (approx. 280 grams) which is practically nothing. It hangs great, is nice and warm, and is so stylish and chic!

sophia sleeved scarf

For this scarf with sleeves pattern we are using Brava Recycle, a 100% recycled acrylic yarn in size 3/DK weight from WeCrochet. If you would like to substitute another yarn from your stash you could use Lion Brand Mandala (just one of these big Mandala Bonus cakes would be MORE than enough!), Amigo from Hobbii, Premier Anti-Pilling DK, Mary Maxim Sunrise yarn, or Mary Maxim Mellowspun.

scarf with sleeves free tunisian crochet pattern

Grab the ad-free, printable version of this pattern on Ravelry, Etsy, or right here in the Heart Hook Home Blog Shop. Thank you!

Materials:

Brava Recycle Yarn (size 3/DK, acrylic yarn)
-approx. 875 yards

Tunisian Crochet hook in size 7mm

Double ended 7mm Tunisian crochet hook

If you need help reading a crochet pattern, make sure you head over here and check out this detailed post.

Gauge: 11.25 sts x 10 rows = 4” square using Thdc

Dimensions: approx. 14″ wide (35 cm) x 80″ long (203 cm)

Pattern Notes (for main body):

Pattern written using US terms.

YO = Yarn Over

Backward Pass (main body only) = Ch-1, YO, pull through three loops.

Thdc = Tunisian Half Double Crochet (tutorial here)

TKS = Tunisian Knit Stitch (tutorial here)

TPS = Tunisian Purl Stitch (tutorial here)

ES = Edge Stitch (final stitch pulled up of the Forward Pass)

Inc = Increase = Yarn over, pull up a loop in the back horizontal bar of the previous row’s Backward Pass. (adds 2 loops to the hook)

Dec = Decrease = Pull up ONE loop in each of the next two Thdc stitches. (2 loops on hook instead of 4) Treat as one Thdc on Backward Pass.

Pattern Notes for Tunisian in the Round (for cuffs):

Work in a spiral.

Backward Pass (cuffs only): YO, pull through two loops.

Never leave fewer than two loops on the hook when working in the round.

Pattern:

Row 1: Ch-30, pull up a loop in 2nd ch from hook and in each to end. (30) Backward Pass.

Rows 2 through 8 Thdc in each st to end, YO, ES. Backward Pass. (30)

Row 9: Inc, Thdc in each st to end, Inc, YO, ES. Backward Pass. (32)

Rows 10 through 48: repeat rows 2 – 9 (ending with 40 sts)

Row 49: repeat row 9 (42)

Rows 50 through 100: repeat row 2 (42)

Row 101: Dec, Thdc until 2 sts remain, Dec. YO, ES. Backward Pass. (40)

Rows 102 – 108: repeat row 2 (40)

Rows 109 through 148: repeat rows 101 – 108 (ending with 30 sts)

Do not fasten off. Switch to double ended 7mm hook and grab a second ball of yarn to use for the Backward Pass.

sleeved scarf free pattern

Cuffs:

Round 1: Pull up one loop in each Thdc around. Pull up a loop in ES. (30) Turn, attach Backward Pass yarn with ch-1, Backward Pass around.

Rounds 2 through 30: * TKS in each of next 2 sts, TPS in next st * repeat between * * around. (30) Backward Pass.

YO pull through the final two loops. Turn to sl st in each st around. Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Attach at other end for second cuff. Repeat.

Finishing:

Attach at any stitch near the cuff on scarf body. Ch-1, sc in each row end around the entire opening. Fasten off using Invisible Join and weave in all ends.

That’s it! I hope you love it and I can’t wait to see yours. Be sure to tag @HeartHookHome across all social media, or share in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Community on Facebook so I can see.

sophia scarf sleeves free pattern

More free Tunisian crochet patterns for you:

Basketweave Backpack: Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

Honeycomb Shawl: Free Tunisian Crochet Triangle Shawl Pattern

Wisteria Wrap: Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

Tunisian Twist Ear Warmer

Full Skein Scarf: Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern

Tunisian Basket Weave Blanket: Free Crochet Pattern

Tunisian Waffle Beanie: Free Crochet Pattern

Tunisian Knit Short Row Cardi

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

One Comment

  1. So how many times do you wrap around to wear it? Am currently working on it, but not sure how to wear it. Thank you.