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Coraline’s Summer Crush Scarf

Coraline’s Summer Crush Scarf

My dear friend Coraline found herself in a bit of a whirlwind after her sister's wedding last year and she's continuing her sabbatical in South America. She hasn't kept in touch much and she did apologize for not updating us. It seems she met someone special on the cruise ship on her way to Rio – lucky girl.

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Most of Coraline's time has been spent writing and working on a local private property that raises laying chickens for sale and barter in Angra dos Reis. She says it is both gorgeous and serene. (Her new beau has extended his residency at a biological reserve nearby and they get to spend a few hours a week together. She is very fond of him and hinting she may be willing to modify her itinerary.)

She's been on sabbatical for nearly a year now without any hint as to when she will return home. Nonetheless, I miss her and sent her this lovely crochet scarf that I made from 100% silk yarn. It's light enough that she can wear it no matter the temperature.

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Coraline's Summer Crush Crochet Scarf Pattern

Debbie Bliss Luxury Silk DK, 100m / 50g, 100% Silk, Color #48043
or substitute with Simply Soft acrylic, 100m

Materials – H-8/5.00mm, yarn needle, scissors

Difficulty – Easy

Size – 52″ L x 4″ W

Gauge – Not crucial for this pattern

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Stitch Guide in American Terms
Ch – chain
HDC – half double crochet
DC – double crochet

Special Stitches
V-Stitch – double crochet, ch 1, double crochet in the same stitch.

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This pattern is worked flat, in rows. The beginning chain counts as a stitch. The numbers at the end of the row after the hyphen indicate total stitches for that row. V-stitches are worked in the space of the v-stitch from the previous row.


Ch 20

R1:  Starting in the 2nd chain from the hook, hdc 19, ch 3, turn – 19 hdc

R2:  Dc in the next 2 stitches, ch 2, skip 2, v-stitch, ch 2, skip 2, dc 3, skip 2, v-stitch, ch 2, skip 2, dc 3 – 9 dc, 2 v-stitch, 4 ch-2 spaces.

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R3:  Ch 3, turn, dc in the next 2 stitches, ch 2, skip 2, v-stitch (worked in the space of the previous v-stitch), ch 2, skip 2, dc 3, ch 2, skip 2, v-stitch, ch 2, skip 2, dc 3 – 9 dc, 2 v-stitch, 4 ch-2 spaces.

R4- R88:  Repeat R3.

R89 :  Ch 2, hdc 2 in the next 2 dc, hdc in the ch-2 space, hdc 3 in the top of each stitch making up the v-stitch, hdc in the ch-2 space, hdc 3, hdc in the ch-2 space, hdc 3 in the v-stitch, hdc in the ch-2 space, hdc3 – 19 hdc.

Fasten off, sew in your tails, and block with steam or wet method.

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I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I have. I'll do my best to get pictures of the crochet scarf made with Simply Soft. I've chosen a lovely shade of blue called Ocean that I can't wait to see it in. First, must finish some ideas that are burning holes in my brain. Do you know that feeling?

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Original Pattern by: Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Janet Stockinger

Tuesday 12th of May 2020

Could you use a cotton yarn


Monday 12th of September 2022

@Janet Stockinger, I'm sure you can. The drape may be stiffer though, just keep that in mind.


Saturday 3rd of November 2018

????????love this pattern. Simple, works up quick, and has a graceful look. ???????? I think can easily be used with any weight yarn & hook . can't wait to try more. Thank you.

Donna Platt

Saturday 19th of August 2017

OMG!I love this so much....Christmas gifts! Thank you for shareing.


Sunday 20th of August 2017

You're quite welcome, Donna! Thank you for coming by.

Coreen Hart

Friday 28th of April 2017

I thought the pattern was well-written, almost self-explanatory. It's beautiful! And no typos. But how do you sew in the tails? I've tried a couple of different ways, and they always straggle out after a few washings. Do you use a needle and thread? Also, what is the best way to wear this scarf? Is it long enough to wrap around a person's neck or just long enough to drape over the shoulders?


Tuesday 9th of May 2017

Thank you so much, Coreen! When I weave in the tails, I use a thin darning needle and work in an out of the stitches making sure to pierce the yarn. Many times, I work back through the opposite direction. You can even go so far as to add a tiny dab of fabric glue allowing it to dry for 24 hrs. As far as the fit, it's all going to depend, but the length is pretty tradition. :)


Monday 10th of October 2016

Love it Celina, going to try this in a bulky yarn to see what the outcome will be!


Wednesday 12th of October 2016

Sounds like a super scarf in the making! :)