Crochet Modern Granny Scarf Pattern

Crochet Modern Granny Scarf Pattern

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Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf

This Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf hooks up super quick and the pattern design is perfect for the long color changes of Caron Cakes yarn.  I used regular Cakes, just a bit over one Cake.  My winter scarf weighs 9.7 oz, so I think it would work out great with using just one Caron Big Cake ball of yarn.

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Of course, you can use your preferred worsted weight yarn.  There are so many color options you can choose for this scarf.  Think about school colors and favorite sports teams when planning your colors!

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf

Designed by Jeanne Steinhilber

  • Caron Cakes – 2 balls – White Truffle
  • Crochet Hook 5.00mm Size H

Finished size = 10″ x 80″

Row 1:  Ch 9, in 6th ch from hook (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc), sk 2, dc in last ch.  Turn.

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Row 1

Row 2:  Ch 3, sk 3 dc, in ch-1 sp (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc), sk 3 dc, dc in top of ch-3.  Turn.

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Row 2

Repeat row 2 until you have 80 rows total.

Row 81:  Ch 3, sk 3 dc, sl st in ch-1 sp, ch 3, sk 3 dc, sl st to top of ch-3.  Turn.

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Row 81

Begin Working in the Round

Round 1:  Sl st into ch-3 sp, ch 3, (2 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in sp, in next ch-3 sp, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc), 3 dc in each ch-3 sp to other end, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in each ch-3 sp, 3 dc in each sp to beg, sl st to beg ch-3.

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Round 1

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Round 1

Round 2:  Sl st in next 2 dc, (sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-1 sp, *ch 3, sk 3 dc, sc in gap; rep * to ch-1 sp, (sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-1; rep * 2 more times to beg sc, sl st to beg sc.

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Round 2

Round 3:  Sl st into next ch-3 sp, (ch 3, 2 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in sp, 3 dc in each ch-3 sp to next ch-1 sp, *(3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in ch-1 sp, 3 dc in each ch-3 sp; rep * 2 more times to beg, sl st to beg ch 3.

Rounds 4 thru 9:  Rep rounds 2 and 3.

Round 10:  Sl st in next 2 dc, (sc, ch 3, sc) in ch-1 sp, *ch 1, sk 1 dc, sc in next dc, ch 1, sk 1 dc, sc in gap; rep * to ch-1 sp, (sc, ch 3, sc); rep * again 2 more times to beg, sl st to beg sc. Finish off.

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

 

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

Crochet Modern Granny Winter Scarf by Jeanne Steinhilber

 

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56 thoughts on “Crochet Modern Granny Scarf Pattern”

  1. Christina R Nelson says:

    Love this. Starts outexactly like a Mile A Minute design so it works up quickly. Never would’ve thought to use this as the base for a scarf. Brilliant!

  2. Wendy says:

    I can not figure out round 2. I get around the first end then what do i do along the long side to the next end? Where is next chain one space
    . Where does the instruction end for first end start for first side start for second end and then start for final side.

    1. Mikey says:

      I will ask Jeanne to review your comments.

    2. Jeanne says:

      At this point, it’s basically the same as all of the other Modern Granny patterns. Here is one that has a video.
      https://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-modern-granny-afghan-pattern/

  3. Martha Anne Moore says:

    No blue button

  4. wendy says:

    wherer is the pattern, takes you thru first ten rows, then what

    1. Mikey says:

      You finish off. End of Rnd 10 is the end of the scarf. Then there is a border.

  5. Sam says:

    This pattern is written in such a confusing way, you’re left guessing and trying to put the photos together with your work to figure out what youre actually supposed to do. I even consulted youtube videos to try to figure it out. Absolute disappointment

    1. Mikey says:

      I will pass the message to Jeanne to see if she can re-write or explain better. Thanks for the feedback.

    2. W says:

      I cant get oast rounf 1 despite charting it.

    3. W says:

      I cant get oast rounf 1 despite charting it.

    4. W says:

      I cant get oast rounf 1 despite charting it.

      1. Mikey says:

        I’m asking Jeanne to see if she can help you further.

  6. Jillian says:

    This scarf is beautiful, I’m very excited to see how it turns out. I am on the second row and I am also having some rippling. And I too am having difficulty understanding the pattern. Particularly in instances where there’s a ch 3 dc or similar. I’m not sure if the 3 belongs to the ch or the dc. And in sentences like “in sp (3 dc, ch, 3 dc) in sp, in next ch-3 sp…” it’s very confusing. Also, if this is a duplicate comment I apologize. I was having some difficulty with my browser.

  7. Jillian says:

    This scarf is beautiful, I hope it turns out nicely. I’m also having a bit of difficulty understanding the pattern. When there’s a ch 3 dc, I’m not sure if the 3 belongs with the ch or the dc. The “in sp, in next ch-3 sp (3 dc, ch, 3 dc)” is very confusing to me. I’ve been able to get by from looking at the pictures and comparing.

  8. Joyce says:

    I love the scarf, however, mine is rippled. as I find others are having the same problem. I found the instructions confusing, but I think I have them figured out. I am so glad that I took the time to read all the comments. They have been very helpful to me. I just wish there was a way I could post a picture of my WIP scarf.

    1. I’m sorry that you found the directions confusing, but glad you have it figured out. Have you joined our Stitch Social group? Lots of sharing of WIPs on that group. 🙂

      1. Joyce says:

        I have requested membership to the Stitch social group. Thanks for the suggestion.

  9. I was looking for a scarf pattern and really like this one. I’m going to try it with a Caron Big Cake. I would love to make a toboggan to go with it. Any suggestions for a pattern?

  10. Pattern not explained well enough

  11. Confused too. Row 81 and 82.

    1. How can I help you with row 81 and 82? Can you send a photo and explain what you need help with to [email protected] ?

  12. Susan Stone says:

    Could this be made into a king size blanket? Im using Caron Tea Cakes.Stopped my row at 61.

  13. Cynthia J Crismon says:

    I made the scarf and love it. Thank you. I’m going to use the pattern with a tea cake and see about making a wrap.

  14. Kate says:

    So pretty, but it came out ridiculously short, and now I don’t have time to finish it for Christmas. So disappointed. I can’t figure out what happened as I have the same amount of blocks as the pictures, it’s just really short.

    1. So what are your finished measurements? Sorry you are disappointed. Can you post a photo?

      1. Kate says:

        It’s about 52×10. I can’t figure out how to post a picture.

  15. Kimberly Mason says:

    Just finished this beautiful scarf! Made it with Caron Big Cake, Cranberry Crisp. I don’t like a very wide scarf so I made it through round 5 then the finishing round. It turned out perfect with no problems. Thank you so very much for all the beautiful easy to follow patterns. I would love a suggestion for a hat to match this scarf.

  16. Beth Sutton says:

    I’m finding the row two is buckling badly and can’t get past the buckling. Please help?

  17. Sara says:

    Loved this pattern! I found I needed to go up a hook size for the first 81 rows, and then back down to H for the rounds, in case anyone else crochets a little tight like me. 🙂 So excited to wear it, ripples and all! 🙂

    1. Jamie Parrott says:

      Thank you for posting info on using a larger hook for the first 81 rows to keep rippling to a minimum. The first one I made, I used the hook size the pattern called for and it rippled significantly. I reviewed comments and thought I would give your idea a try for the second one. I used the larger hook for the firat 81 rows, then went back to the pattern hook for the rest. Second scarf turned out much better with minimal rippling.

      1. Sara says:

        Oh good, I’m so glad! I still had some rippling so I’m about to try a third one going all the way up to a J for the middle. Fingers crossed.

  18. Kristen says:

    I am 2 years into crochet and just now started reading patterns. The end of row 2 and start of row 3 has me stuck. And has for days. I’m on the verge of frogging or letting it sit in a project bag. Do you have a picture or any further instructions to get me unstuck? Thank you for your time.

    1. Row 3 is the same as row 2. There is a photo of row 2 completed.

      1. Kristen says:

        I’m sorry, I meant to say round, not row. (Thank you for your reply!). I got through the end of round 2 and am completely confused.

      2. Kristen says:

        If you have a picture of where the end of round 2 goes and how round three starts that would be helpful. Arrows on the finished product or something. I am very frustrated and am on the verge of letting this project rot in a box. Thank you for your time.

      3. Elken says:

        I agree. On the rounds I don’t understand. It tell in Ch 1 so and there isn’t a ch1 on round 3

      4. Kristen says:

        Ellen, I’m relieved I’m not the only one ?

  19. Tina says:

    What was your gauge like? Specifically, how long is the first 81 rows, before you start working in the round? I stupidly started this with a J hook instead of H, and now I’m worried about running out of yarn. 🙁

    Apart from that, though, gorgeous pattern and I’m excited to finish, so thank you!!

    1. Mine was 72″ at that point, but if you have 2 cakes, you will have plenty of yarn.

  20. Trisha Luke says:

    This works up fast and easy. Normally it would have taken a day, but I am also a busy mom. I did use the same colors but I think it looks great in any cake you want to use.

  21. Anna says:

    Hi…love your modern twist… just a little FYI…at the top there is a Pattern tab in red…..I got the PDF pattern downloaded…thankyou..”but” in written Row 82..the 2nd Ch3 is missing… just thought I’d let you know… Thanks..:)

  22. Deb Richardson says:

    This is beautiful, can’t wait to make it!

  23. Nan says:

    Thanks, this is beautiful! Can’t wait to make it. Love that cake yarn.

    Nan

  24. Nadine says:

    Does anyone know the actual yardage that this scarf would take. Love working with Caron Cakes yarn and it’s many “cousins”. Would like to make this scarf for my granddaughters and I have some yarn leftovers in my stash. Many thanks

  25. Vicki Fowlston says:

    Very pretty scarf will he trying it after the holidays

  26. Kate Cullen says:

    Great crochet ideas please count me in for others .I love crochet . [email protected]

  27. Carol Johannes-Toenges says:

    Love this design very cake worthy!Cannot weight to try ,love the colors and so many possibilities !

  28. Sandy Brahm says:

    Looking forward to many new projects

  29. Peggy Foss says:

    Love to Crochet

  30. Love crochet and will love to receive more projects from you

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