Hello, everyone! Welcome back! Today, we’re working on the Jacqueline Scarf, the matching scarf to the Jacqueline Mittens we crocheted last week. If you haven’t checked those out, here is a link to that video:

Just like in last week’s pattern, you will need a little experience to crochet these mittens. You’ll need to be comfortable crocheting the following Tunisian stitches: Purl, Knit, Simple.

Let’s talk materials for a quick minute. I used a total of 3 skeins of Coboo Yarn, by Lion Brand Yarns. This is a #3, DK yarn, and each skein contains 232 yds (212 m) of yarn. It is a 50/50 cotton and Baboo rayon blend that is machine washable and dryable. You can easily find this yarn in most yarns stores in the US, or you can purchase it from JoAnn below:

As for the hooks, we’ll be using two different sizes. For the mittens, you’ll need a 3.5 mm Tunisian hook, and you’ll need a 5 mm hook for the scarf. Please note that you will need Tunisian hooks in order to fit all of the stitches on the hook. I used my Bamboo Afghan hooks for this project, but any Tunisian hook will do. You can find a set of bamboo hooks like the ones I used, below:

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Yarn: 2 skeins Coboo yarn by Lion Brand Yarn

If you are making the mittens/scarf combo, use the remaining yarn to complete the scarf. 

Hook: 3.5 mm Tunisian Hook

Additional materials: scissors and yarn needle. 

Notes: Begin every row on the second vertical stitch from your hook. 

There is a right and left hand mitten pattern. Please read the full pattern through before beginning the project, as the pattern for each mitten differs slightly in stitch order in order to make matching mittens.

Sizing: (not including fringe) This scarf measures approximately 52 x 6.5 inches / 132 x 16.5 cm.
RP – Return Pass        
TS – Tunisian Simple Stitch            
DC – Double Crochet
KS – Knit Stitch           
PS – Purl Stitch    

Chain 34, cast on a foundation row.

Row 1: KS into the first 5 stitches of the row. DC. KS. DC. PS. TS. PS. TS. PS. TS. PS. DC. KS. DC. PS. TS. PS. TS. PS. TS. PS. DC. KS. DC. KS into the last 5 stitches of the row.

Compete a RP. 

Row 2: KS into the first 5 stitches of the row. DC. KS. DC. TS. PS. TS. PS. TS. PS. TS. DC. KS. DC. TS. PS. TS. PS. TS. PS. TS. DC. KS. DC. KS into the last 5 stitches of the row.

Compete a RP. 

Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until you have completed 52 inches in length, then work a Bind Off row.


Finish a RP for the last row of your project, then insert your hook behind both loops of the second vertical stitch. Yarn over and pull up a loop. Yarn over, and pull through both loops to complete a single crochet. Repeat in every stitch of the row.

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Atenas Ruiz-Ramos

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