Happy Fall everyone! For the first time ever, I’m sharing a FREE crochet pattern on my blog! I have been creating crochet patterns for my Etsy Shop, Harper’s Hats, for the past couple years and I thought it was time to give back a little and provide one for FREE. This Jillian double wrap scarf pattern is so easy to make and a great one for beginners. Plus, read more to get all the gorgeous shoppable style in this week’s post.
Warm and Cozy for Fall
In my previous fall fashion post, I raved about this comfortable sweatshirt dress that I purchased from the Gap. So here it is again, this time in grey. Sometimes, when you find a piece of clothing that is really versatile, you need to snag it in a few different colours. This look is great for being at home with my kids or heading to work. I love all the zipper details in this outfit, on the leggings, booties and dress. It adds a little bit of edge to the look.
Since I am wearing a lot of black and grey in this outfit, I wanted to add a pop of colour with my new crocheted scarf. And now you can make one too! I taught myself how to crochet on YouTube a couple years ago and turned my love of it into a great little business. If you aren’t up for the challenge you can purchase a finished scarf (hand-made by me!) on my Etsy site. Here are the direction on how to make this easy double wrap scarf that is now available on my Etsy site, named after one of my style icons: Jillian Harris. Don’t forget to PIN IT or bookmark this page for later!
The “Jillian” Double Wrap FREE Crochet Scarf Pattern
Please note: This pattern and the photographs are the property of Kikileighc/ Harper’s Hats and Harper’s Hats Love blog. The pattern is available for personal use only. No unauthorized reproduction, in whole or in part or distribution of this pattern or content is allowed. ©Kikileighc Harper’s Hats on Etsy.
1 balls for Double Wrap of Bulky or Super Bulky yarn (5 or 6 weight)
N /10mm Crochet hook
Tapestry / darning needle
ch = chain
ss= slip stitch
sc= single crochet
dc = double crochet
*This pattern is crocheted in joined rounds.
* The first sc or dc made at the beginning of year round DOES count as a st.
Chain 95. Ss into first ch to join. Careful not to twist your loop!
Round 1: Ch 1, sc in the next ch and in each ch to end of round. Join with a ss into your first ch 1. (95 sts)
Round 2 – 6: Ch 2, dc in next st. Dc in each st around. Join with a ss into your ch 2. (95 sts)
Round 7: Ch 1, sc in the next st. Sc in each st around. Join with a ss into your ch 1. Fasten off. Weave in ends with darning needle. (95 sts)
For more beautiful and easy patterns please head to the patterns section in my shop.
Here are the links to my exact outfit details! If you haven’t purchased this t-shirt dress, than what are you waiting for?