And for our last pattern of the year, we’ve got a simple Tunisian crochet scarf that (depending on the yarn weight you use) you can whip up quickly.

This being the last pattern of the year, I’ve decided to make it a free one for those of you that decided to come visit the website 🙂

The PDF version of this pattern is available in the shop for those of you interested in printing it out, or simply interested in supporting the channel (and bank-rolling my yarn addiction).

Have a lovely Xmas, everyone! Thank you for all of your support and kind words this year. I’ll see you all again in 2022!

Materials:

Yarn: Fingering yarn 

Hooks: 5 mm, Tunisian hook

              3 mm regular hook

Additional materials: measuring tape, yarn needle, and scissors. 

Sizing: Bespoke.You can make this scarf in any size you want. For a reference, the scarf in the tutorial measured approximately 5 x 50 inches (12.7 x 127 cm). 

Pattern Notes                                                                                                                                                                .

To find the tutorial for this pattern, type this into the search bar on YouTube: December Scarf, Mode Bespoke

Yarn and hook: The yarn I used is called Woolike, by a company called Loops and Threads. It’s only available at Michaels stores in the US, so feel free to substitute that with any other fingering yarn available in your local yarn stores. I used one skein to make this scarf (and still had some left over).

You can really use any yarn you want in your preferred weight to crochet this pattern. In the tutorial, I used a #4 medium weight yarn. If you do use anything heavier than a fingering yarn, you will need to adjust your hook size to fit the yarn weight. 

The recommended hook size can be found on the label for your yarn. 

You will need a second, smaller hook to crochet the border. This hook will need to be between 1-1.5 mm smaller than your Tunisian hook. 

Woolike Yarn Specs:

Weight: Super Fine (1)

Contents: 85% acrylic, 15% nylon

Skein Weight: 3.5 oz. / 100 g

Yardage: 678 yd. / 620 m

Construction: The initial chain will be the width of your scarf. You’ll crochet that in multiples of 7 + 2. Each row adds to the total length of your scarf. 

Abbreviations:

CH- Chain

KS – Knit Stitch

PS – Purl Stitch

RP – Return Pass

SC – Single Crochet


KS:  Insert your hook in between the front and back legs of the vertical stitch. Yarn over, and pull up a loop. 

PS: Reverse yarn over and insert your hook behind the front leg of the vertical stitch. Pull your yarn below the vertical stitch and behind the hook. Yarn over and pull through the stitch. Leave the loop on your hook. 

RP: Yarn over and pull through the first loop on your hook. For the rest of the loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through two until you are left with one loop on your hook. 

SC: Insert you hook into the stitch, yarn over and pull through two. 


Pattern:  Scarf                                                                                                                                                                 .

Chain 44 (7 x 6 + 2) 

For those that are using a heavier yarn: crochet you initial chain in multiples of 7 until you reach your desired scarf width, then add 2 chains. 

Foundation Row: Beginning from the second chain from your hook, cast on* one stitch per every stitch of the chain. You will end up with 44 loops on your hook, (or however many stitches you chained if you used a heavier yarn.)

Complete a RP.

Row: Beginning in the second vertical stitch of the row,  KS 4, PS 2. *KS 5, PS 2.

Repeat from * until you complete the row. When you reach the last pair of PS, you’ll be left with one vertical stitch followed by the final stitch of the row. KS into the last vertical stitch, then cast on into the final stitch. 

Complete a RP. 

Row 2: Beginning in the second vertical stitch of the row, KS 3, PS 2. *KS 5, PS 2.

Repeat from * until you complete the row. When you reach the last pair of PS, you’ll be left with two vertical stitches followed by the final stitch of the row. KS into the last two vertical stitches, then cast on into the final stitch. 

Complete a RP. 

Row 3:  Beginning in the second vertical stitch of the row, KS 2, PS 2. *KS 5, PS 2.

Repeat from * until you complete the row. When you reach the last pair of PS, you’ll be left with three vertical stitches followed by the final stitch of the row. KS into the last three vertical stitches, then cast on into the final stitch. 

Complete a RP. 

Row 4:  Beginning in the second vertical stitch of the row, KS 1, PS 2. *KS 5, PS 2.

Repeat from * until you complete the row. When you reach the last pair of PS, you’ll be left with four vertical stitches followed by the final stitch of the row. KS into the last four vertical stitches, then cast on into the final stitch. 

Complete a RP. 

Row 5:  Beginning in the second vertical stitch of the row, PS 2. *KS 5, PS 2.

Repeat from * until you complete the row. When you reach the last pair of PS, you’ll be left with five vertical stitches followed by the final stitch of the row. KS into the last five vertical stitches, then cast on into the final stitch. 

Complete a RP. 

Row 6:  Beginning in the second vertical stitch of the row,  PS 1. *KS 5, PS 2.

Repeat from * until you complete the row. When you reach the last pair of PS, you’ll be left with six vertical stitches followed by the final stitch of the row. KS into five of the vertical stitches, then PS into the last vertical stitch before casting on into the final stitch. 

Complete a RP. 

Row 7:  Beginning in the second vertical stitch of the row, *KS 5, PS 2.

Repeat from * until you complete the row. 

Complete a RP. 

Repeat Rows 1 – 7 until you reach your desired scarf length, then complete a bind off row. 

Bind off: KS into the second vertical stitch of the row. 

When you have two loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through both loops (to close the stitch as a SC).

Repeat the KS/SC stitch in every stitch of the row (including the PS stitches). 

Pattern: Border                                                                                                                                                               .

Switch to your smaller hook.

Ch 1 and turn your work around. SC along every stitch on the top edge of the scarf (the side you just completed the bond off on).

When you reach the end of the row, SC 3 into the last stitch. 

Turn your scarf to the side and SC along each of the stitches until you reach the last stitch of the row. In the last stitch, SC 3. 

SC into the bottom end of the scarf, then SC 3 into the corner stitch. SC into the remaining edge. 

When you reach the last stitch, CH 1 and cut your yarn. 

Weave in all ends and you are finished! 


For questions or comments on this pattern, please contact Atenas at: atenas@modebespoke.com

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