Thursday, March 7, 2013

Free Crochet Pattern: Lacy Evening Scarf

As the winter winds down, and the evenings still stay cool in spring, this lightweight (easy!) open design scarf will keep you warm and is quite pretty....dare I say sexy?

It's a lovely deep peacock blue with scattered sequins, just enough bling to make it dressy, or be worn with jeans casually.  

Find it in our ETSY shop at a great price, because it works up quickly. 

For those of you that want to make this, here is the free pattern!

  • 6 mm hook
  • About 1/3 - 1/2 skein of Patton's Lace Sequin Yarn in Aquamarine. You can make it longer and use more of course. I was surprised at how little yarn I used, because it is so lightweight and thin, it's a bit deceiving (in a good way!). This is one of my new favorite yarns :)
  • This pattern uses the lattice stitch. 
  • Chain and stitch loosely for this look, using the larger hook with thin yarn like this keeps the scarf lightweight.
  • Increase the foundation chain to the desired width if you crochet in a tighter fashion, just use an even number.
  • ch = chain
  • dc = double corchet
  • st = stitch
  • sk = skip
  • * = indicated repeated part of pattern  

  • Chain 18
  • Dc into 2nd st, ch 1, skip 1 st, *dc, ch 1, sk 1* <--lattice stitch, repeat across, then chain 2 and turn.
  • *Dc in ch space, ch 1* across, ch 2, turn
  • repeat  to desired length, always dc-ing into the ch space
  • optional fringe: I added a few pieces of fringe, kept it airy and lightweight for spring. Planning to make another in a new color and add beads! 

Happy stitching!

 ***Feel free to use your work from my free patterns for whatever purpose you like of course (you legally can sell your work from ANY pattern in the US according to copyright law, you just can't take someone's pattern and claim it as your own), but please link back to my post (not when selling, just re-posting). Please do not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. You may share photos that include the Horizontal Designs text only.  


bebe said...

Very pretty. Love the color.

detroitdeb said...

Thank you - so pretty! Perfect for some beautiful yarn I have..

Unknown said...

Thank you ladies!

Unknown said...

this is beautiful I'm looking forward to crochet it I'm usually doing the knitting board I just bought! but this is adorable! can I share this pattern with my teacher from my class @the health center?

Unknown said...

Sure Yvonne! No problem, and glad you like it :)

Unknown said...

Thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful, very easy to follow pattern as there are alot of patterns out there that can confuse you! Very much appreciated and my scarves are turning out beautiful!

Floey said...

Thanks for sharing this lovely pattern! I plan on making it as a Mother's Day gift!!

Unknown said...

Love this pattern.. in the process of making this pattern... Would love to see your beaded pattern...

Linda Noyes said...

Love this pattern - would like to know how you attach the beads for a classy sparkle - is it done after the shawl is completed and how? I plan to make this one for myself and to share - my young granddaughter loves scarfs and this will be a nice Easter gift. Thank you.

Unknown said...

I love this! I can't wait to make it.

AnnaMarie said...

Do you have the pattern so I could add beads? Thank you so much for sharing. It is beautiful.

Unknown said...

I just finished making my version of this 'Lacey Evening Scarf' and I am so pleased with how it turned out. I used Berroco Millefiori light color 6885 which is a beautiful varigated simmery silver to a lovely purple with lots of shades between. I would attach a picture but am clueless as to how. Thank you so much for this pattern. I wanted something alittle more substantial so i used a chain 36 to get just what I wanted.

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