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Crochet has a reputation for being a fall and winter hobby, but as a Floridian and an avid crocheter, I’ve learned a few secrets for making and wearing crochet year round. I’ve created this quick and fun crochet summer scarf pattern to prove it!
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Tips for Keeping Crochet Summer Scarves Light and Airy
My first secret? Use large hooks and lacy stitches for a crochet summer scarf that can breathe in hot weather. You can even wet block your projects to help the stitches open up even more.
The Diamond Lattice Stitch featured in this free crochet summer scarf pattern makes lovely lightweight summer garments!
My next summer crochet secret is to use light and airy fibers. My choice for this scarf? The luxurious, beautiful Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball, in the Feng Shui gray colorway. I love that it goes with just about anything in my wardrobe!
The blend of cotton and acrylic is lightweight, durable, and breathable. Even better, this yarn has a slight halo that allows it to act as a worsted weight, even though the base fiber is smaller.
Can you see the halo in this super close-up photo?
Finding the Best Deals on Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Yarn
Now, about 90% of the time, the Lion Brand Yarn Website has the best yarn prices for their yarns. If I need it right away, I’ll order through them.
But, I’m going to let you in on two of my secrets for finding Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Yarn at great prices.
First, you should always check if there are any great Michael’s coupons for yarn available. (Michael’s is one of my favorite yarn shops!) You can score some great deals there!
Pro tip: Once in a blue moon, certain Amazon sellers will clearance their yarn, and you get a fantastic deal!
Click here to view Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball on Amazon, and add it to your shopping cart.Then, simply click the “save for later” option in your shopping cart to track pricing until you’re ready to buy (or you find a great sale)!
You can even set up your Amazon account to notify you of price changes by email. I never miss a sale that way! I managed to score 4 balls of Shawl in a Ball for 40% off retail price AND with free Prime shipping! (Are you a Prime member? If not, click here to try!) Woohoo!
Diamond Lattice Crochet Summer Scarf Pattern
This scarf makes a lovely addition to any summer wardrobe, and it wasn’t too hot for a family zoo trip this past weekend.
The pattern is a two row repeat, but you will need to learn some special stitches to make this crochet summer scarf. If you have trouble, try checking out my Diamond Lattice Stitch Tutorial Post!
1Ball Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball Yarn, Feng Shui Grey. (5.3 oz, 481 yd, Worsted Weight (4) yarn, 58% cotton, 39% acrylic, 3% other fiber.)
K/10 6.5mm Crochet Hook – try a Furls Streamline! They’re SO light and smooth.
Dc- double crochet
Dc2Tog- double crochet 2 together
DcTrTog- double crochet treble together
Sc- single crochet
Dc2Tog- double crochet 2 together: Yarn over, insert hook into first stitch indicated, pull up loop, yarn over pull through 2 loops (first leg complete); yarn over, insert hook into next stitch indicated, pull up loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over and pull through all loops to complete stitch.
DcTrTog- double crochet treble together: Yarn over, insert hook in first stitch indicated, pull up loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops; yarn over twice, insert hook in next stitch indicated, pull up loop, yarn over and pull through 2 loops twice, yarn over, pull through remaining loops to complete stitch.
Gauge / Finished Size
3 repeats and 6 rows per 4”
Finished scarf measures 4.5” wide by 56” long.
You can measure repeats from the center of each dc2tog.
The conveniently downloadable PDF Pattern available for purchase on Ravelry includes a stitch chart for your convenience. This can be super helpful to visual learners!
Row 1: Sc in second ch. *Ch 2, place first leg of dc2tog in same ch as sc, sk 3 ch, place second leg into the 4th ch; ch 2, sc in same ch as second leg.* Repeat from * to *across, turn.
Row 2: Ch 4, dc in next dc2tog (counts as dctrtog), ch 2, sc in same st. *Ch 2, place first leg of dc2tog in same st, place second leg in next dc2tog, ch 2, sc in same st.* Repeat from * to * across until last dc2tog, ch 2, dctrtog in same st and sc of previous row, turn.
Row 3: Ch 1, sc in dctrtog, *ch 2, dc2tog in same st and next dc2tog, ch 2, sc in same dc2tog st.* Repeat from * to * across, ending with a sc in the final dctrtog, turn.
Rows 4-80: Repeat Rows 2 and 3, for 76 more rows or until scarf measures approx. 56”, stopping after a Row 2 repeat.
Final Row: Ch 1, sc in first st. *Ch 3, sc in next dc2tog.* Repeat from * to * until final dc2tog, ending with ch 3, sc in last st.
Fasten off and weave in your ends with your yarn needle. Wet block if desired to open the lace pattern.
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Deborah Berger says
Dear Salty Pearl ~
Looking at the photographs, I assume that this lovely little scarf is reversible, but I wanted to make sure. Is it indeed reversible?
With many thanks in advance ~
You’re right, this scarf is fully reversible. It’s one of my favorite things about this stitch pattern!
I hope you enjoy making one. 😀