Create a modern crochet scarf with fringe using the free Mint-cicle Scarf pattern and one skein of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn. The angled edges and double knotted fringe make a bold statement. Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.
Crochet the Mint-cicle Scarf with a Modern Twist
The Mint-cicle Scarf is a simple scarf with a modern twist. The angled edges give it a bit of visual interest, and the double-knotted fringe makes a beautiful embellishment. The great news is that this is very much a beginner-friendly crochet pattern, and it will work up quickly. This project uses just about one complete skein of Scarfie yarn so you won't need to worry about having little bits left over....my favorite kind of project!
Seven Days of Scarfie Crochet Pattern Collection #2
This pattern is part of my Seven Days of Scarfie pattern collections. Whether you are new to Seven Days of Scarfie or you have been making along with me every single year; I am so happy you are joining in the fun! Seven Days of Scarfie started on a total whim in 2016, and I have gotten so much positive feedback on the patterns that I just keep going with it every year.
I hope that you love each of these pattern collections as much as I do!
- START HERE: This will give you all the information you need about the supplies you will need, you can find the patterns I have released so far in this year’s collection along with the patterns from previous Seven Days of Scarfie pattern collections.
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Mint-cicle Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern
- One skein of Lion Brand Scarfie yarn (‘Silver/Mint’ pictured) or approx. 312 yds. of a comparable category 5 bulky yarn.
- 6.5mm crochet hook (I use Clover Amour)
- Yarn needle
- Scissors - I always keep these travel scissors in my hook case
Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):
- ch: chain
- HDC: half double crochet
- HDC2Tog: half double crochet two together
13 sts x 6 rows = 4" square in HDC
Length (without fringe) = 71"
Width = 7"
- ch stitches at the beginning of rows do not count as a stitch
- the length of this scarf can easily be adjusted by adding or subtracting rows between Rows 18-97.
Row 1: HDC in the second ch from the hook and HDC across (3). Turn.
Row 2: ch 1, 2 HDC in first st, HDC across (4). Turn.
Row 3: ch 1, HDC across, 2 HDC in last st (5). Turn.
Row 4-17: Repeat Row 2 (on even rows) and Row 3 (on odd rows). Row 17 will have 19 sts across.
Row 18-97: ch 1, HDC across (19). Turn.
Row 98: ch 1, HDC across, HDC2Tog in last two sts (18). Turn.
Row 99: ch 1, HDC2Tog, HDC across (17). Turn.
Row 100-113: Repeat Row 98 (on even rows) and Row 99 (on odd rows). Row 113 will end with 3 sts across.
Making the Double-Knotted Fringe:
Cut 96 - 20” lengths of yarn. You will use 6 strands per “fringe”.
Starting at the point of the scarf, attach fringe on the angled edge of the scarf at every other row. You should have a total of 8 sections of fringe on each side of the scarf.
Tie the fringe using the double-knotted fringe method. Make sure your fringe is tied evenly spaced and follows the angle of the edge of the scarf. Once you are happy with the way the fringe is tied, trim your fringe to desired length.
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