Crochet Uplands Scarf Pattern

Crochet Uplands Scarf
Crochet Uplands Scarf
Crochet Uplands Scarf

Uplands Scarf

Learn how to crochet this gorgeous Uplands Scarf using Patons Uplands yarn.

This is our own pattern here on The Crochet Crowd. I have made for you a downloadable pattern which includes the crochet diagram to go with it.

The instructions are really simple and the pattern is easy to follow. Our matching tutorial will help you along if you are getting stuck as well.

You can download this PDF to save it or print it out. Uplands Scarf PDF

I used a total of 3 balls of Patons Uplands. Two full balls complete the body of the scarf and the final ball I just used a bit for doing the fringing. You can substitute the yarn and hook as the pattern will work for any yarn or hook, you just have to ensure they complement each other.

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Crochet Uplands Scarf Pattern

Video tutorials are below for both Right and Left-Handers.

Crochet Uplands Scarf Diagram
Crochet Uplands Scarf Diagram

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8 Comments

  1. Betty lewis

    I see it says that 3 balls of yarn was used, but approximately how many yards of yarn is needed for the scarf.

  2. Cathy Roth

    I love this pattern! It’s easy to do, but looks so fancy when it’s done. Thanks for this and keep them coming!

  3. Jan ertzberger

    You are awesome. Love your tutorials

  4. Babie Dragonfly

    Just found your page yesterday. Loving it already, I am a relatively novice chochet-er, my challenge is reading the patterns and making them make sense. I completed, short of the tassels, this scarf yesterday. I am super excited!! Thank you for boosting my confidence! I’ll definitely be coming back for more fun!

    • Lori S.

      Hi Babie,
      Mikey has a video on how to help you make sense of reading the patterns as well as a WHOLE LOT MORE stuff! He is super easy to follow on the videos too. Have fun exploring the website!——–Lori

  5. Sandi

    First I fix a cup of tea, then sit down in front of my desk top & enjoy the new tutorials. Mikey always, always , always makes my day happy.

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