Coraline in Rome Super Scarf crochet pattern

This stunning Coraline in Rome super scarf crochet pattern was inspired by thoughts of Grace Kelly and Coraline in Rome. I had not heard from Coraline since she was in Rio and she surprised me with a quick letter that she was dashing off to Rome with her new beau to deliver some mysterious museum pieces.

Coraline in Rome
Super Scarf crochet pattern

Coraline in Rome - free crochet pattern by Celina Lane,

Apparently, this was a top secret mission because she seemed tickled to mention the trip, but repeatedly told me she couldn’t say why. Naturally, I thought she was eloping, but it turns out that was not the case. I hope she can spill the beans at a later date! On her trip, however, Coraline said she felt like a real princess and often thought of Grace Kelly as she walked the city. This, naturally, conjures images of lush stoles and wraps paired with flowing, spaghetti strap dresses. Coraline requested something elegant she could wear in the chill of the evening as she strolled to dinner with her beau. This super scarf reminds me of those elegant, rich stoles and long wraps. This is Coraline in Rome Super Scarf. Coraline has not received it yet, but I bet she will love it!

Coraline in Rome - free crochet pattern by Celina Lane,

Yarn – 6 skeins of Red Heart Stellar, super bulky weight #6 (24oz/ 480 yds total)

Materials- K-hook/ 10.5mm, scissors, yarn needle

Difficulty – Easy

Flat Measurement – 11″ W x 123″ L

Gauge – 5″ = 3 block stitches, 3 rows

Stitch Guide in American Terms:

Sc – single crochet
Dc – double crochet

Notes: This piece is worked flat, back and forth in rows from the bottom up. Turning chain counts as a stitch. Row 2 is worked into the stitches of the previous row. With the exception of the last dc in Row 3, all other dcs are worked into the spaces created by the chains- NOT into the chain links. Multiples are 4 + 3. THE VIDEO below is the ACTUAL instruction for this scarf!


Chain 31.
Row 1: Starting in the 3rd chain from the hook, dc across – 30 dc
Row 2: Chain 1, turn, sc in the same as the turning chain, [chain 3, skip 4 dcs from the previous row, sc in the next space between the dcs of the previous row] repeat across 6 times, chain 3, sc in the last stitch – total 9 sc, 7 chain-3 spaces.
Row 3: Chain 3, turn, 4 dc in each chain-3 space across, dc in the last stitch- 30 dc.
Row 4: Chain 1, turn, sc in the same as the turning chain, [chain 3, skip 4 dcs, sc in the next space (between the stitches)] repeat across 6 times, chain 3, sc in the last stitch – total 9 sc, 7 chain-3 spaces.
Rows 5-146: Repeat rows 3 and 4.
Row 147: Repeat row 3.
Row 148: Dc in each across – 30 dc.
Fasten off and weave in your ends.


The following image shows how the main image is actually worn draped across the front of the chest and shoulders, open in the back.

Coraline in Rome - free crochet pattern by Celina Lane,

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Original Pattern by: Celina Lane, Simply Collectible


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