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Crochet Scarf Pattern

Sweet Jacqueline Scarf is a beautifully textured crochet scarf made with hand-dyed yarn. A simple, yet stylish accessory for your handmade wardrobe. An easy repeat makes this scarf ideal for beginners and more. You will want to whip one up in every color.


How this crochet scarf got its name

I named The Sweet Jacqueline Scarf after my sweet mother. She is no longer with me, except in spirit. I think of her every day, especially when I am crocheting. Without her, I never would have picked up a hook. I wish she could see the business I’ve turned her teachings into. I used a hand-dyed yarn called Creamed Coffee, which is fitting as my mom drank coffee with cream only. High Desert Yarn created this lovely yarn. If you haven’t checked her out, put it on your to do list. Her yarn is beautiful. You can find her on Etsy HERE.

Supplies needed:

#4 worsted

Approximately 400 yds

US H(5mm) hook

I used a lovely Furls hook for the scarf. As I am getting older, my hands tend to cramp more. The ergonomic hooks help me so much. Have you see the new Furls Iris Odyssey? What a gorgeous purple!

Iris Odyssey

Finished scarf measure 60”x 6”

Close up of a blond woman wearing a matching brown crochet scarf and hat.

This scarf is suitable for advanced beginner and up. The simple repeat of double crochet and puff stitch makes it an quick, easy project. You will love to wear this scarf not only for warmth, but as a cute fashion accessory.

Tester Photo Gallery for the Sweet Jacqueline Crochet Scarf

I had some fabulous testers for this scarf. Their use of different colors show off the texture well and show how it will look in other color schemes.

Sweet Jacqueline Beanie

The matching Sweet Jacqueline Slouchy Beanie is also available. Made from the top down with the same stitches as the scarf. Find it HERE

Or maybe you prefer the Sweet Jacqueline Ebook, which includes both the scarf and beanie in one convenient download. Find it HERE

Side view of a blond woman with her hand on her chin, wearing a crochet slouch hat.

Here are some other scarf patterns you may enjoy:

Glacier Ridge Cowl

Vintage Honey Cuffed Scarf

Autumn Jewels Cowl

Do you often pick up a project you haven’t worked on in awhile only to realize you’ve forgotten what hook or yarn you were using? Me too! That’s why I created a WIP Tracker Sheet. Find it free HERE.

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