Hello, Friends! Here’s my pattern for a nice lacey scarf. I crocheted this one in Katia Jaipur, a mercerized cotton. However, it has been discontinued so you could use any lace or fingering weight yarn you choose. But if you wanted it to be cotton, you could use any Aunt Lydias or similar mercerized cotton yarn. A cotton/bamboo or cotton/linen is also really nice and the drape in those is amazing.
As always, I have included the pattern for this scarf, here, for free. If you would like to purchase a pdf copy for a small fee to support my blog, you will find it in the My Rainy Day Crafts Etsy shop.
~2 balls Katia ‘Jaipur’ Lace 2 ply 100% Cotton, 306 yds per 50g skein.
Color #203 Purple/Oranges/Cream
~Sizes D-3 and F-5 Crochet Hooks
~Darning needle for weaving in ends
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
st – stitch
v-stitch – (dc, ch1, dc) in indicated space or stitch.
With size F-5 crochet hook, ch 44.
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in
each ch across. Ch1, turn.
Row 2: Dc in first sc. *Skip next sc, v-stitch in next sc; rep from *, across
to last 4 sts. Skip next sc, V-stitch in next sc, skip next sc and dc in last
sc. (20 v-sts and 2 Dc’s)
Row 3: Ch1, Dc in first dc. V-stitch in ch 1 space of first v-stitch and in
each v-stitch across. Dc in last dc.
Repeat Row 3 until piece reaches desired length, ending with last dc. Do
Switch to size D-3 hook.
Ch1, turn. Sc in space before next v-stitch, skip next dc. sc in next ch1
space and dc; sc in each dc and ch1 space of each v-stitch; across, to last
v-stitch. Skip 1st dc of last v-stitch; sc in ch1 space, sc in dc, sc in space
btw v-stitch and last dc. Sc in last dc. (61 sc)
Begin with row 3 of chart. Scarf includes 1 half fan on either side of
scarf with 3 full fans between them. Note pattern repeat at bottom of
chart and hand written legend.
If you have any questions, or yarn ideas, please leave a comment below.