I’m so excited to introduce Hannah Cross from HanJan Crochet! Hannah is sharing a delightfully textured striped crochet scarf pattern with us today. The Stormy Stripes Scarf is finished with fringe to add length, texture, and movement.
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About HanJan Crochet
Hannah is the designer, writer, photographer and tea maker behind HanJan Crochet. Creating has always been a part of her life and over the past few years HanJan Crochet has grown beyond her wildest dreams – she is so happy to welcome you to join her! A regular designer for magazines such as Simply Crochet, Inside Crochet, Mollie Makes, Deramores, and a columnist for Simply Crochet, Hannah also shares her passion for crochet on her blog with free and easy crochet patterns, tutorials and articles.
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Stormy Stripes Scarf
Striped Crochet Scarf Pattern by HanJan Crochet
Hi! I’m Hannah – the designer, writer, photographer and tea maker behind HanJan Crochet. I’m so happy to be here on Underground Crafter and meet you! I began designing almost 9 years ago after I learned to crochet but was completely incapable of sticking to a pattern so just started writing my own instead. Since then I have been on an amazing journey to publish in magazines, books, and on my blog, too.
Beautifully delicate and effortless to wear, this crochet winter scarf is perfect for staying warm, cosy and looking good too. Worked with a textured post stitch to create a grid like illusion and finished off with a fabulous deep fringe.
The Stormy Stripes Scarf is the perfect project for anyone looking for a but of mindful crochet to escape into. The simple two row repeat is rhythmical and calming whilst the colour play and post stitch placement offers enough to keep you busy. Carrying your yarn means absolutely no ends to sew in either!
- Yarn: Paintbox Yarns Simply DK 100% acrylic 100g/276m (3.5oz/302yds)
- 2 balls each of Stormy Grey (104) and Paper White (100)
- Hook: 6mm/J
- Tapestry needle
Glossary and Abbreviations
- beg – beginning
- ch(s) – chain(s)
- dc – double crochet
- FL – front loop
- FP – front post – A helpful video tutorial for this stitch is available here.
- hdc – half double crochet
- rep – repeat
- RS – right side
- sc – single crochet
- sk – skip
- sp – space
- ss – slip stitch
- st(s) – stitch(es)
- WS – wrong side
Notes and Sizing
- Without the fringe the scarf measures 27.5cm (11″) by 135cm (53″).
- 15st and 13 rows of pattern = 10cm by 10cm (4″ by 4″)
- The scarf is made in one panel with the fringe added after blocking.
- A ch1 at the beginning of a row does not count as a stitch.
- Turn your work at the end of each row.
- Carry your yarn through your work so save having lots of ends to sew in!
- The ad-free PDF version of this pattern is available for sale on Etsy, LoveCrafts, and Ravelry.
Pattern and Stitch Chart
- Foundation chain: using Paper White, chain 42
- Row 1: WS: sc in 2nd chain from hook and each across  change to Stormy Grey
- Row 2: RS: ch1, hdc in 4, ch1, skip 1, hdc in 3, ch1, skip 1, (hdc in 2, ch1, skip 1) three times, (hdc in 1, ch1, skip 1) three times, (hdc in 2, ch1, skip 1) three times, hdc in 3, ch1, skip 1, hdc in 4, change to Paper White
- Row 3: work all sc in FL only – ch1, sc in 4, dc in stitch below on Row 1 (working over the ch1 of previous row here and throughout), sc in 3, dc in stitch below on Row 1, (sc in 2, dc in stitch below on Row 1) three times, (sc in 1, dc in stitch below on Row 1) three times, (sc in 2, dc in stitch below on Row 1) three times, sc in 3, dc in stitch below on Row 1, sc in 4, change to Stormy Grey
- Row 4: ch1, hdc in 4, ch1, skip 1, hdc in 3, ch1, skip 1, (hdc in 2, ch1, skip 1) three times, (hdc in 1, ch1, skip 1) three times, (hdc in 2, ch1, skip 1) three times, hdc in 3, ch1, skip 1, hdc in 4, change to Paper White
- Row 5: work all sc in FL only – ch1, sc in 4, FPdc around stitch 2 rows below (working over the ch1 of previous row here and throughout), sc in 3, FPdc around stitch 2 rows below, (sc in 2, FPdc around stitch 2 rows below) three times, (sc in 1, FPdc around stitch 2 rows below) three times, (sc in 2, FPdc around stitch 2 rows below) three times, sc in 3, FPdc around stitch 2 rows below, sc in 4, change to Stormy Grey
- Rows 4 and 5 create the pattern.
- Rows 6-175: repeat the pattern 85 times
Add the fringe to the scarf
- Make and join 7 tassels evenly spaced to each end of the scarf by doing the following:
- Cut 10 lengths of 40cm yarn of each colour (20 strands for each tassel in total)
- Hold the 20 strands of yarn together and using a larger crochet hook loop and secure them through your chosen stitch on the edge of the scarf.
- Once you have joined all the tassels, trim them to neaten them up.
How to customise your scarf to suit you
- The scarf is really easy to customise!
- To make it thinner/wider then just subtract/add to your foundation row making sure you plan where you are going to add/subtract the ‘lines’ from first.
- To make it shorter/longer then just subtract/add pattern repeats (Rows 4 and 5) to you desired length.
I’m so happy to have shared this pattern with you today and really hope you enjoy it! Thank you so much to Marie for being so fabulous and hosting me, it’s been so much fun!
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