While its warming up where I live- in New South Wales, Australia- it’s cold somewhere. So if it is autumn where you are and heading to those cold, winter- possibly snowy- months, it is time to start thinking snuggly, cosy scarves. So with that need in mind, in this tutorial, I am going to take you through how to make your own Ripple Stitch Scarf.
The Ripple Stitch Scarf is a classic, long and straight scarf, with a difference. The ripple, or chevron, crochet stitch creates a beautiful texture to your crochet. It looks gorgeous when used with single colour yarn, fantastic in a stripe pattern, and varigated or cake yarns love it.
The classic long scarf style will easily be incorporated into your autumn/winter wardrobe. The trickiest part with making this scarf is choosing the colour(s) you want it in!
If you work best with a visual guide, then please check out the video below:
An inexpensive PDF, printable pattern is available through LoveCrafts, Etsy, and Ravelry. Click on the link to head to your preferred pattern supplier.
5mm/H crochet hook
350m/ 383 yds 10 ply/ Aran/ medium weight yarn
Yarn needle for sewing in ends
The pattern uses US Crochet terms. The abbreviations used in the pattern are as follows:
dc= double crochet
dc3tog= double crochet 3 together
The gauge or tension required for this project is 13 stitches by 7 rows in a 10x10cm (4inx4in) swatch in double crochet.
The completed project size is length: 220cm (87 in) and width: 16cm (6.2in).
Step 1. Ch 24.
Step 2. dc into 4th ch from hook.
dc, dc, dc. dc3tog.
dc, dc, dc.
3dc in next ch.
dc, dc, dc. dc3tog. dc, dc, dc. 2dc in last ch. (21st)
Step 3. Ch 3. dc, dc, dc. dc3tog. dc, dc, dc. 3dc in next st. dc, dc, dc. dc3tog. dc, dc, dc. 2dc in top ch from previous row. (21)
Step 4. Repeat step 3 until desired length is achieved.
I hope you enjoy making your Ripple Stitch Scarf 🙂
I look forward to seeing your makes- tag @thetwistingtwine on Instagram to show off your finished project.