Spring Scarfie

I love projects that are not only quick to work up, but also versatile. The Spring Scarfie is exactly that. It can be doubled over and worn as a scarf or leave it long like a necklace to add a little extra style to your outfit.

It can also be worked up in any yarn and be equally as gorgeous. You can even add extra strips and create a more bulky scarf for the winter months!

Yarn Bee Hint of Silk
    ~Oriental Teal
    ~Silk Pearl
    ~Raw Silk
K Hook
Yarn Needle

The instructions are all worked in one step to create each strip
You will make one strip in each color

5-dc shell: Work 5 dc's in one stitch or space.

Ch 154, dc in 4th ch from hook, sk 2, 5-dc shell, sk 2, dc, *sk 2, 5-dc shell, sk 2, dc* across to last ch, ch 3, turn project and work down opposite side of ch, dc in 1st dc, *5-dc shell in 5-dc shell space, dc in dc space* across, sl st to join in 1st ch of beginning ch 3. Fasten.

Hold all 3 strips together and  fasten in place with stitches through all 3 layers at the ends. This will leave the 3 strips loose and flowing. Sew the two ends together to create a closed circle (infinity).

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Written Pattern © 2015 Sonya Blackstone of Blackstone Designs. Please do not sell, share, or modify this pattern, but instead share the link to where the pattern can be found. You may sell items you make with this pattern. This pattern, as with all Blackstone Designs/Sonya Blackstone patterns, are not for educational use without written permission from the designer.


  1. Love it, want it, will make it & wear it!

    1. Wonderful! I'm so glad to hear it!! Please don't hesitate to pop by my Facebook page and share your finished project!! :)

  2. Love this ❤ thank you for sharing. Are you/this pattern on Ravelry? If so I'd love to add it to my ravelry!

    1. Hi Rosie!
      Yes, I am on Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/designers/sonya-blackstone. This pattern is listed on there, but not as a PDF. It is just the link to this blog post.


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