Sunday, November 28, 2010

skinny daisy chain scarf

I am so excited about this... it's my very first tutorial/pattern!

I love scarves in the fall and winter. I'm a scarf-a-holic... my husband is currently researching scarf rehab options for me. He's asked me several times to stop buying/making/otherwise acquiring scarves, but I just can't help myself.

So. Here we go with a scarf pattern, yay!

daisy chain scarf

Skinny Daisy Chain Scarf
This scarf is a great accessory! (totally useless to keep you warm!)

Notes: I used Lion Brand Wool Ease and an H/5mm hook, but you can use any yarn and hook. Gague is not important for this project. I'm assuming you have a basic knowledge of crochet, but if you need help, you can find it here and here.

Ch 4, join to first ch with sl st.

Ch 3, 11 dc into ring, sl st to top of beginning ch 3.

Ch 1, *[sc, hdc, dc, hdc, sc] in next st

sl st in next st.

repeat from * around to create six "petals".

ch 15, and make the loop on your hook big so that you don't pull out any stitches. Cut a long tail for connecting later.

Make 16 of these daisy and chain combinations, and one daisy without the chain. Use the loop you left to slip stitch them together.

Weave in all ends.
I also made a headband using this same method... make the flower and crochet the chain as long as you need to go around your head. Slip stitch back to the other side of the flower and there you go!

If you try this pattern out and find any errors, please let me know so I can correct them. Also, I wrote the pattern so that it makes sense to me but may seem to be complete gibberish to you. Let me know if you need clarification. Thank you!


  1. Cute! I will definitely try one; I think it's the perfect weight for the California weather! ;)

  2. I can't wait to try this! I just made a reversible Christmas stocking for my little man and I was thinking of making a tutorial for it. You just gave me the nerve to do it! :D I'll be working on it as I make the stockings for myself and Andy!

  3. Love this scarf! I get my lavender essential oil at vitamin cottage.