Free Crochet Pattern

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Please take note that this free crochet pattern was found somewhere on the internet, but I’m unable to find it again. I have replicated it and now you can try this pattern for yourself. If you do happen to come across this pattern, please notify me, so I can add this to my blog and website. You can read more about this particular crochet pattern here.

 

An open free crochet pattern scarf
This free crochet pattern works great for a variety of projects. In this regard, it is for a scarf that can be worn in those in between seasons.

 

Row 1

Make this free crochet pattern as long as you need it to be, as long as you stick to multiples of twelve. Thus chain in multiples of twelve plus an extra one for your next row.
Turn your work.

 

Row 2

Single crochet (SC) all the way through.
Chain 3.
Turn your work.

 

Row 3

Skip 2, SC into the 3rd stitch.
Chain 6, skip 5 and SC into the 6th stitch.
Chain 3, skip 2 and SC into the 3rd stitch.
Continue on with this pattern until the end.
Chain 3.
Turn your work.

 

Row 4

Double crochet (DC) into the 3 stitch gap.
*DC 9 times into the 6 stitch gap.
DC into the next 3 stitch gap.
Chain 2.
DC into the next 3 stitch gap.
Continue from * until the end.
Chain 3.
Turn your work.

 

Row 5

SC into the 4th stitch of the 9 DC group.
SC into the next stitch.
SC into the next stitch after that.
Chain 3.
(Petal Stitch) – Yarn over, go into the 2 chain gap of the previous row, pull through, yarn over, pull through 2, yarn over and go through the gap again, yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through 2, yarn over and pull through 2, yarn over and go through the gap a third and last time, yarn over, pull through, yarn over and pull through 2, yarn over and pull through the last 3.
Chain 3.
Continue from the beginning.
Chain 3.
Turn your work.

 

Row 6

SC into 3 chain gap.
Chain 3.
*SC into the middle SC of the previous row (of the 3 SC group).
Chain 3.
SC into next 3 chain gap.
Chain 6.
SC into next 3 chain gap.
Chain 3.
Continue from *.
At the end, you need to make sure that you have 3 3-chain gaps. You should end with a 3 chain being SC into the last 3 chain gap of the previous row. After this, chain 3 and SC into the last loop of the previous row, allowing you to have a block-form (otherwise your work’s sides will be all over the place) and your 3 3-chain gaps that you need.
Chain 3.
Turn your work.

 

Row 7

DC 4 times into the first 3 chain gap.
*DC into the next 3 chain gap.
Chain 2.
DC into the next 3 chain gap (see why those 3 3-chains are so important?).
DC 9 times into the 6 chain gap.
Continue from *.
At the end, make sure to DC 5 times into the last 3 chain gap.
Chain 1.
Turn your work.

 

Row 8

SC into the same stitch.
SC into the next stitch.
Chain 3.
*Make a petal stitch.
Chain 3.
SC into 4th DC of 9 DC group.
SC into middle DC (next one).
SC into next DC.
Chain 3.
Continue from *.
At the end, your last SC will fall on the last DC.
Chain 3.
Turn your work.

 

Row 9

SC into first 3 chain gap.
*Chain 6.
SC into next 3 chain gap.
Chain 3.
SC into middle SC of the previous row.
Chain 3.
SC into the 3 chain gap.
Continue from *.
Chain 3.
Turn your work.

From here you repeat from row 4 until you have it as wide as you want.

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