This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet an easy scarf pattern worked in a simple half double crochet stitch pattern embellished with Sashay Boutique yarn. Four sizes included.
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This is a modified version of my Haylee Scarf, and that is that the base of it is not as wide to accommodate the height of the ruffle on the outside edge.
My Haylee series features easy crochet projects worked in a simple half double crochet stitch pattern. See other Haylee designs HERE.
I had so much fun working with the sashay yarn for this scarf, and I think it adds such a beautiful finishing touch. Shame this yarn has been discontinued! If you don’t have any in your stash, you can check on eBay or Etsy for makers destashing it, or Overstock.com.
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- 137 (260, 388, 567) Yards of Worsted Weight Yarn – I used Lion Brand Wool Ease in Grey Heather
- Small Amount of Red Heart Boutique Ribbons Yarn
- H8/5mm Crochet Hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Small Crochet Hook (like a 2mm) with large mouth to weave in Sashay ends
Yarn Alternatives for Boutique Ribbons: Red Heart Sashay, Ascot, Chateau, Filigree, or Sassy Lace, or Hobby Lobby’s version of these.
I made two adult small scarves with one skein of Red Heart Boutique Ribbons, and had plenty left over to make more scarves, but I did not get yardage required. I’m estimating I may have used 14 yards for the adult small size, but I’m confident you could get at least 3 scarves done with one skein.
For the adult small size, I had my scarf ready in about 5 hours.
- Toddler: 4.38″ Wide by 30.5″ in Length
- Child: 5.25″ Wide by 44.5″ in Length
- Adult Small: 6.5″ Wide by 60.13″ in Length
- Adult Large: 7.25″ Wide by 70″ in Length
Gauge – Not Essential:
16 HDC x 11 Rows = 4” x 3.75”
Abbreviations (US Terms):
Chain 13 (17, 19, 25). HDC into the 3rd chain, and each chain across. [12 (16, 20, 24) HDC]
R2 – 88 (130, 178, 208): Chain 1 (does not count as a stitch here or throughout), and turn. HDC into the 1st HDC, and each across.
Adding the Ruffle Edge:
First, begin the border edge. Chain 1, turn. SC into each stitch across, (SC, chain 1, SC) into the corner, evenly SC (that’s 3 stitches per 2 rows) down the side of the scarf, (SC, chain 1, SC) into the next corner, SC across the opposite side of the foundation chain, SC into the next corner, chain 1…
You will hold the sashay yarn up against the back of your scarf. When you work, you will insert through the finished scarf fabric as well as into one of the openings at the top of the sashay working into one opening per stitch, then complete the single crochet as normal.
To begin, leave some of the ruffle yarn to weave in later…
… insert your crochet hook into the same corner stitch picking up the sashay yarn on your hook, and complete the single crochet.
Continue evenly single crocheting up this side of the scarf (that’s 3 SC per 2 rows of HDC) working into one openings of the sashay yarn per HDC.
The bunching creates the ruffle.
Once back to beginning corner space, work a SC over the sashay yarn as you have been doing, then drop the sashay yarn, and slip stitch join to the first SC.
Fasten off, and weave in ends. You may find it helpful to use a small crochet hook to weave in the sashay yarn.
Please feel free to make and sell your own Haylee Sashay Scarf using this pattern, but please DO NOT claim this pattern as your own nor should you sell my pattern, and DO NOT re-publish my photos as your own. DO NOT copy and paste my pattern anywhere, link to it instead.
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