The Twisted Seas Scarf | 2 Hour Free Super Bulky Scarf Crochet Pattern

The Twisted Seas Scarf | 2 Hour Free Super Bulky Scarf Crochet Pattern

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Introduction:

Hello there, everyone! Today, I’ll be sharing with you my Twisted Seas scarf crochet pattern! It’s super fast and easy, and the stitch pattern is just beautiful.

If you don’t know me, my name is Caleb Poole, and I’m a crochet artist! I design easy and fast crochet patterns with Bernat Blanket yarn or other super bulky yarns.

I mostly design amigurumi, but I also love designing squishy wearables, like this scarf.

Check out my amigurumi patterns, home decor patterns, and wearables patterns!

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Now then, on to the tutorial.

I’ve made this rather blooper-filled video tutorial for y’all, and I hope you enjoy watching it as much as I did filming it! I’m definitely getting better at being myself on camera, and I’m proud of it! Now I’ve got to work on writing better…

Enjoy! Scroll down for the written pattern, if you prefer that!

Twisted Seas Scarf Crochet Pattern Video Tutorial:

Twisted Seas Scarf Video Tutorial

Twisted Seas Scarf Crochet Written Pattern:

Here’s the written pattern, if that’s what you prefer!

Supplies:

  • 1 skein of Bernat Blanket Yarn #6 super bulky 300g/10.5 oz in Ocean Shades or desired colorway
  • Size N/13/8mm. crochet hook or size you need to obtain gauge.
  • Yarn/Tapestry needle

Gauge: With suggested yarn and hook, 9 hdc by 6 rows= 4 ″ x 4 ″

Notes:

  • Stitch counts are listed in parentheses at the end of each round/row.
  • Chains are not counted as stitches.

Abbreviations and Stitch Library:

Sl St: slip stitch- insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.

Sc: single crochet- YT Tutorial

Sc2tog: single crochet decrease – [Insert hook in next st, yo, pull up loop] twice, yarn over and pull through all loops on hook.

Hdc: half double crochet- YT Tutorial

Dc: double crochet- YT Tutorial

Dc2tog: double crochet two together- YT Tutorial

Dtr or Quad: double-treble crochet or quadruple crochet- YT Tutorial

FPDC and BPDC: Front post double crochet and back post double crochet- YT Tutorial (video is for triple crochet, but same technique applies.)

FPTC and BPTC: front post triple crochet and back post triple crochet- YT Tutorial

RSM: running stitch marker – YT Tutorial

Magic Ring: YT Tutorial

Join: Pull hook out of working loop, and insert back to front through both loops of 1st st. Insert hook back into working loop, and pull loop through st

[..]: Repeat text between brackets as many times as stated.

St(s): stitch(es)

Ch(s): chain(s)

Inc: increase – 2 sts worked in the same st

Sk: skip

Rnd(s): round(s)

PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS:

(sorry for the blur on some of the photos, I had to grab them from the video since I forgot to take separate pictures!)

Row 1: Work 15 FSC, ch 4, and turn. (15 sts)

Row 2: Dtr in each st across, ch 2, and turn. (15 sts)

Row 3: Hdc in space between all Dtr sts, ch 1, and turn. (15 sts)

Row 4: Sc in each st across, ch 2, and turn. (15 sts)

Row 5: Hdc in each st across, ch 4, and turn. (15 sts)

Rows 6-End: Repeat rows 2-5 until desired length is reached, or yarn runs out.

Make sure to fasten off on a hdc or sc row.

Weave in ends.

Closing:

I hope you enjoyed this free scarf crochet pattern! Please make sure to check out my other patterns and video tutorials, thanks!

Keep on crocheting!

-Caleb Poole

https://youtu.be/KwgHcIKolck

2 Comments

  1. Tami

    Love that row of Quads in there. This looks like a quick scarf to finish and a great gift idea. Thanks for the pattern.

  2. L. Terrana

    The vid is nicely done, and while you were sick too?! Kudos to being such a trooper. Love that you were brief on each row, showing only a few stitches vs the whole row. Bloopers included is a nice down-to-earth touch. Seems an easy and attractive pattern. Thanks for sharing!

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